NIK 2011

21. - 23. november 2011


Mandag 21. november
13.30 Lunsj og registrering
14.00 NIK short paper session
Anders Andersen and Randi Karlsen (Univ i Tromsø): Personal Information and the personal cloud
Tosin Daniel Oyetoyan, Reidar Conradi, and Daniela Soares Cruzes (NTNU): Open Source Software for the Smartgrid: Challenges for Software Safety and Evolution
Robert Neumayer, Krisztian Balog, Marek Ciglan, Wei Wei, and Kjetil Nørvåg (NTNU): Semantic Search for Entities in Structured Web Data: NTNU at the Yahoo Semantic Search Challenge 2011
Fei Su, Daniel Stødle, Phuong Hoai Ha, John Markus Bjørndalen, and Otto Anshus (Univ i Tromsø): Video Distribution Systems for Interactive Collaboration
Weiqing Zhang, Birger Møller-Pedersen (Univ of Oslo), Kai T. Hansen (ABB): Metamodel-based Tool Integration
Abul Ahsan Md Haque, Weihai Yu, and Anders Andersen (Univ i Tromsø): An Experimental Study of Centralized and Decentralized Service Orchestration Approaches
Jostein Bratlie (Høgskolen i Narvik): Methods for user guided compression algorithms
Trinh Hoang Nguyen, Andreas Prinz, Trond Friisø, and Rolf Nossum (Univ i Tromsø): A semantic model for data integration of offshore wind farms
18.00 Tromsø Villmarkssenter
Tirsdag 22. november
8.45 Åpning
9.00 Invitert foredrag av Deborah Estrin, UCLA Computer Science and Center for Embedded Networked Sensing: Participatory SensingParticipatory Sensing systems leveraging mobile phones and the cloud offer unprecedented observational capacity at the scale of the individual; at the same time they are remarkably scalable and affordable given the wide proliferation of mobile phone infrastructure and consumer devices that incorporate location services, imagers, accelerometers, rich user interfaces, programmability, and ‘app stores’. These systems can be leveraged by individuals and communities to address a range of personal, community and environmental concerns, from safety and sustainability, to chronic disease management and prevention. At the same time they present technical challenges in sense-making, usability, and data privacy. We are using Participatory Sensing to address two of the nations key challenges: health and education. This talk will present our experience to date with Participatory Sensing pilots and prototypes (including a large project with the local public high school system, and will discuss areas in need of significant R&D: resource management for continuous sensing, open modular tools for data analysis and visualization across diverse data types, engagement such as adaptive goal setting and game mechanics, and privacy mechanisms.
Sesjon 1: Applications and algorithms
Audun Stolpe & Martin G. Skjæveland (Univ i Oslo): From Spreadsheets to 5-star Linked Data in the Cultural Heritage Domain: A Case Study of the Yellow List
Solvår Bø, Stian Pedersen (NTNU), Åsmund Nyre, & Karin Bernsmed (SINTEF): Controlled Sharing of Personal Information in Android
Arne Maus (Univ i Oslo): A full parallel radix sorting algorithm for multicore processors
13.00 Invitert foredrag av Terje Wold, Invenia: Erfaringer fra å lage en tjeneste for sikker lagring og deling på Internett
Sesjon 2: Theory and modeling
Jianyong Jin (Høgskolen i Molde), Teodor Gabriel Crainic (Interuniversity Research Centre on Enterprise Networks, Logistics and Transportation, Montreal) and Arne Løkketangen (Høgskolen i Molde): A Guided Cooperative Parallel Tabu Search for the Capacitated Vehicle Routing Problem
Magdalena Ivanovska & Martin Giese (Univ i Oslo): A Logic-based Approach to Decision Making
Erik Natvig (Univ i Bergen), & Sam Subbey (Institute of Marine Research, Bergen): Modelling vertical fish migration using mixed Ornstein-Uhlenbeck processes
Hans Georg Schaathun (Høgskolen i Ålesund): Vurdering av features for steganalyse i JPEG
Sesjon 3: Systems and networks
Shanshan Jiang, Svein Hallsteinsen, & Arne Lie (SINTEF): An Experimental Facility for Cross-layer Adaptation of Service Oriented Distributed Systems
Terje André Johansen, Daniel Stødle, and Lars Ailo Bongo (Univ i Tromsø): A Web Application Widget Library for Scalable Interactive Biological Data Visualization
Arild Nilsen, Daniel Stødle, Tor-Magne Stien Hagen, and Otto J. Anshus (Univ i Tromsø): WallMon: interactive distributed monitoring of per-process resource usage on display and compute clusters
Rune E. Jensen, Ian Karlin, Anne C. Elster (NTNU): Auto-tuning a Symetric Rank Two Update for High Performance
Bjørn J. Villa and Poul E. Heegaard (NTNU): A Monitor Plane Component for Adaptive Video Streaming.
Onsdag 23. november
9.00 Invitert foredrag av Professor emeritus Ben Johnsen, Universitet i Tromsø: Informasjonssikkerhetens dypeste røtter
Sesjon 4: Potpourri
Gergely Biczók and Harald Øverby (NTNU): Combating Packet Loss in OPS networks: A Case for Network Coding (short paper)
Terje Samuelsen, Børre Stenseth and Håkon Tolsby (Høgskolen i Østfold): XPed-prosjektorientert undervisning
Guttorm Sindre (NTNU): A Double-Cross Policy against Social Engineers
Sesjon 5: Programming and Software Engineering
Kai A. Olsen (Universitet i Bergen og Høgskolen i Molde): In-house programming, an option for small and medium sized niche companies.
Einar Broch Johnsen, Rudolf Schlatte, & S. Lizeth Tapia Tarifa (Univ i Oslo): Integrating Aspects of Software Deployment in High-Level Executable Models.
FHenning Berg, Birger Møller-Pedersen, & Stein Krogdahl (Univ i Oslo): Application of Advanced Programming Concepts in Metamodelling
Erik Hjelmås & Ivar Farup (Høgskolen i Gjøvik): A Common Framework for Scripting Tutorials.

Om konferansen


Universitetet i Tromsø


Radisson Blu


John Markus Bjørndalen Univ i Tromsø
Dag Haugland Univ i Bergen
Erik Hjelmås (arrangør) Høgskolen i Gjøvik
Arne Løkketangen Høgskolen i Molde
Birger Møller-Pedersen Univ i Oslo
Andreas Prinz Univ i Agder
Ragnhild Kobro Runde Univ i Oslo
Frode Eika Sandnes (leder) Høgskolen i Oslo
Trond Aalberg NTNU


I tillegg til redaktørkomiteen:

Lars Ailo Bongo Universitetet i Tromsø