Twimight, the Twitter client powered by SCAMPI, is now available for Android phones on Google Play. Twimight features a hybrid architecture, supporting normal Twitter operations when connectivity is available, and additionally has a “disaster mode”. In disaster mode, Tweets spread opportunistically from device to device. Once connectivity is re-established, disaster Tweets are uploaded to Twitter. ( 1300 downloads until March 13).
The SCAMPI project is supporting the AOC 2013 workshop. The workshop will be held in conjunction of WoWMoM 2013 in Madrid, Spain. Take a look on workshop’s website (http://aoc2013.dti.supsi.ch/) and consider contributing!
The SCAMPI project presented the project’s overview paper in Mobile Cloud Computing workshop in SIGCOMM 2012 in Helsinki.
We are happy to inform that the paper will appear in special issue of ACM Computer Communications Review dedicated to best papers in SIGCOMM 2012 workshops.
SCAMPI Project supports social networking at SIGCOMM 2012 in Helsinki.
The Android application created by the project enables opportunistic networking and service provision between the event participants with and without Internet connectivity.
We are clad announce that several publications from the SCAMPI project were recognized as high quality scientific work and were listed amongst the best papers of the publication venue. The following summarizes our success during 2011.
The following publications won the best paper award.
A. Passarella, M. Conti, “Characterising aggregate inter-contact times in heterogeneous opportunistic networks”, IFIP Networking, 2011, best paper award.
Theus Hossmann, Franck Legendre, Paolo Carta, Per Gunningberg, Christian Rohner, “Twitter in Disaster Mode: Opportunistic Communication and Distribution of Sensor Data in Emergencies”, ACM ExtremeCom 2011 Conference, Sept 26-30, 2011, Manaus (Brazil), best paper award.
Valerio Arnaboldi, Marco Conti, and Franca Delmastro, “Implementation of CAMEO: a Context-Aware Middleware for Opportunistic Mobile Social Networks” 12th IEEE International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks (IEEE WoWMoM 2011), 20-23 June 2011, best demo award.
The following publications were nominated as a candidate for the best paper award:
T. Hossmann, T. Spyropoulos, and F. Legendre, “Putting Contacts into Context: Mobility Modeling beyond Inter Contact Times”, ACM MOBIHOC 2011, best paper award candidate.
U. Sadiq, M. Kumar, A. Passarella, M. Conti, “Modeling and Simulation of Service Composition in Opportunistic Networks”, The 14th ACM International Conference on Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Wireless and Mobile Systems (ACM MSWiM 2011), 31 Oct – 4 Nov 11, Miami (USA), best paper award candidate.
SCAMPI project participates to organization of AOC 2012 workshop. The workshop will be held in conjunction of WoWMoM 2012 in San Francisco, USA. Have a look on workshop’s website and consider contributing!
SCAMPI will be presenting in FIRE workshop in Budapest in May 16.
SCAMPI project participates to organization of AOC 2011 workshop. The workshop will be held in conjunction of WoWMoM 2011 in Lucca, Italy.