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SCOPE w/ GCTC 2017 Workshop Schedule


8:45 – 9:00                        Welcome and Introductions

9:00 – 10:00                      Keynote

 Laura Meixell, Assistant Director of Performance Improvement for the Department of Innovation & Performance,  City of Pittsburgh 

10:00 – 10:300                  Coffee break

10:30 – 12:10                    Session 1:  Foundations/Algorithms/Models

(100 mins: 4 papers (20 mins each) + 15 min discussion + 5 min for laptop swap)

  1. Optimal Detection of Faulty Traffic Sensors Used in Route Planning 
    Amin Ghafouri (Vanderbilt University), Aron Laszka (Vanderbilt University), Abhishek Dubey (Vanderbilt University) and Xenofon Koutsoukos (Vanderbilt University)
  2. A Colonel Blotto Game for Interdependence-Aware Cyber-Physical Systems Security in Smart Cities 
    Aidin Ferdowsi (Virginia Tech), Walid Saad (Virginia Tech), Behrouz Maham (Nazarbayev University), and Narayan Mandayam (Rutgers University)
  3. Emerging Flood Model Validation Frameworks for Street-Level Inundation Modeling with StormSense 
    Derek Loftis (Virginia Institute of Marine Science), Harry Wang (Virginia Institute of Marine Science), David Forrest (Virginia Institute of Marine Science), Sokwoo Rhee (NIST) and Cuong Nguyen (NIST)
  4. Indicator Frameworks 
    Joshua Tan (University of Oxford), Christine Kendrick (City of Portland), Abhishek Dubey (Vanderbilt University) and Sokwoo Rhee (NIST)

12:10 – 13:30                    Lunch Break

13:30 – 15:10                    Session 2:  Platforms/Testbeds

(100 mins: 4 papers (20 mins each) + 15 min discussion + 5 min for laptop swap)

  1. Keynote: Smart and Connected Communities: Past and Future Research Agenda
    David Corman (National Science Foundation) and Meghan Houghton (National Science Foundation)
  2. Invited Talk: Array of Things: A Scientific Research Instrument in the Public Way 
    Charles E. Catlett (Argonne National Lab), Peter H. Beckman (Northwestern University), Rajesh Sankaran (Argonne National Lab) and Kate Kusiak Galvin (University of Chicago)
  3. A Fog Architecture for Decentralized Decision Making in Smart Buildings 
    Andreas Seitz (Technische Universitat Munchen), Jan Ole Johanssen (Technische Universitat Munchen), Bernd Bruegge (Technische Universitat Munchen), Vivian Loftness (Carnegie Mellon University), Volker Hartkopf (Carnegie Mellon University) and Monika Sturm (Siemens Corporate Technology)
  4. Towards a Platform for Community-centric Smart Connected Services 
    Eswaran Subrahmanian (Carnegie Mellon University), Jain Ramesh (University of California, Irvine) and Ram Sriram (NIST)


15:10 – 15:30                     Coffee break

15:30 – 17:30                    Session 3:  Miscellaneous

(100 mins: 5 papers (20 mins each) + 15 min discussion + 5 min for laptop swap)

  1. Invited Talk: Urban Informatics for Social Good 
    Constantine Kontokosta (New York University)
  2. Smooth: Improved Short-Distance Mobility for a Smarter City 
    Xiangjun Fu (The Ohio State University), Michael Vernier (The Ohio State University), Arda Kurt (The Ohio State University), Keith Redmill (The Ohio State University) and Umit Ozguner (The Ohio State University)

  3. SmartShuttle: A Unified, Scalable and Replicable Approach to Connected and Automated Driving in a Smart City 
    Sukru Yaren Gelbal (The Ohio State University), Bilin Aksun Guvenc (The Ohio State University) and Levent Guvenc (The Ohio State University)
  4. Towards a Foundation for a Collaborative Replicable Smart Cities IoT Architecture 
    Alexander Nelson (University of Maryland, Baltimore County), Greg Toth (IoT Dev Labs), Daniel Hoffman (Montgomery County), Cuong Nguyen (NIST) and Sokwoo Rhee (NIST)
  5. Agent-based Microscopic Pedestrian Interaction with Intelligent Vehicles in Shared Space
    Dongfang Yang (The Ohio State University), Arda Kurt (The Ohio State University), Keith Redmill (The Ohio State University) and Umit Ozguner (The Ohio State University)