12th IFIP/IEEE International Conference on Performance Evaluation and Modeling in Wired and Wireless Networks

PEMWN is the 12th IFIP/IEEE International Conference on Performance Evaluation and Modeling in Wired and Wireless Networks. PEMWN is a scientific forum for researchers to present important papers and interesting ideas on a wide range of research topics in the research area. The presentations include theoretical and technical papers as well as tutorials given by experts on the latest research trends. The top two papers will also have the opportunity to submit extended versions to one of the prestigious journals proposed by the conference. In addition to ECDF-Professor Emmanuel Baccelli, who is co-organizing the conference, Associate Researcher Falko Dressler and Jochen Schiller will also give a keynote address. Additional information //here


Wednesday Sept. 27

8:30 : Welcome/Registration 

9:15 : Opening Remarks 

9:30 : Keynote 1 : Giuseppe Bianchi, Tor Vergata University of Rome 

"Sketch-based Measurements: from Discrete-Time Batching to Continuous-Time Operation"

10:30 : Coffee Break

11:00 : Session I: Wireless                      

  • Joint Active Precoding for RIS-aided Cell-free MIMO Networks. Ghadir Dogim, Engy Maher, Ahmed El-Mahdy, Falko Dressler.

  • Dynamic Load Balancing Control of Multiclass Traffic in Multi-Link IEEE 802.11be Networks. Hamid Taramit, Ahmed Boujnoui, Luis Orozco Barbosa, Abdelkrim Haqiq.

  • Vehicular Platoons Security: A Review with an Emphasis on Sybil Attacks. Yosra Hassine, Haifa Touati. 

12:30 : Lunch

14:00 : Session II: Internet of Things

  • A Fully Distributed Heuristic Method To Select the ROOT Node In Wireless Sensor Networks. Nadhir Boukhechem, Quentin Vey, Thierry Val, Nadjib Badache

  • Analyzing and Optimizing Extended-CAM Service Using Simple Stochastic Geometry Model. Paul Muhlethaler, Nadjib Achir 

  • DPFTT: Distributed Particle Filter for Target Tracking in the Internet of Things. Sahar Boulkaboul, Djamel Djenouri, Miloud Bagaa.

15:30 : Break

16:00 : Invited Talk : Gerhard Wunder, Freie Universität Berlin 


Thursday Sept. 28

9:00 : Keynote 2 : Jochen Schiller, Freie Universität Berlin 

10:00 : Coffee Break

10:30 : Session III : Security

  • Location and Time Based Access Security Control Scheme for Mobile Cloud Computing. Imen Merdassi, Cherif Ghazel, Leila Saidane

  • Blockchain adapted to IoT via green mining and fractal Proof of Work. Philippe Jacquet

  • Cubedate: Securing Software Updates in Orbit for Low-Power Payloads Hosted on CubeSats. FX Molina, K. Zandberg, Didier Donsez, Olivier Alphand, Emmanuel Baccelli 

12:00 : Lunch

17:30-20:00 : Social Dinner at Ständige Vertretung


Friday Sept. 29

9:00 : Keynote  3 : Falko Dressler, Technische Universität Berlin 

"Reinforcement Learning Approaches in Virtalized Edge Computing"

 10:00 : Coffee Break

10:30 : Session IV: Deep Learning                   

  • A Deep Learning Approach to Topology Configuration in Multi-Hop Wireless Networks with Directional Antennas: nodes2net. Félix Marcoccia, Cédric Adjih and Paul Muhlethaler

  • Comparative Analysis of Deep Learning Models for Detecting Jamming Attacks in Wi-Fi Network Data. Fatima Tu Zahra, Yavuz Selim Bostanci, Mujdat Soyturk

  • U-TOE: Universal TinyML On-board Evaluation Toolkit for Low-Power IoT. Zhaolan Huang, Koen Zandberg, Kaspar Schleiser, Emmanuel Baccelli

12:00 : Closing remarks