The NetSense project is our flagship project focusing on the interplay of pervasive network access and user behavior. The core of the project draws data from nearly two hundred students at the University of Notre Dame who run a lightweight monitoring agent capturing the relevant context of communications (who, where, length, time) on a variety of Android smartphones. The project itself has been running since the Fall of 2011 capturing data and is currently slated to run through the May of 2015.
The project website for NetSense can be found here. The NetSense project is a joint effort between the Wireless Institute
of Notre Dame and iCensa.
- Computer Science and Engineering: Prof. Aaron Striegel, Prof. Christian Poellabauer
- Sociology: Prof. David Hachen, Prof. Omar Lizardo
- Wireless Institute - Campus as a Testbed Vision
- Longitudinal Discernment of Emotion
- Explorations on the Interplay of Health and Influence (pending at NIH)
- Inter-Disciplinary Analytics on the NetSense Dataset (pending at NSF)
- S. Liu, A. Striegel, "Exploring the Potential in Practice for Opportunistic Networks amongst Smart Mobile Devices," in Proc. of ACM Mobicom, pp. 315-326, Miami, FL, USA, Oct. 2013. DOI Slides Review
- S. Liu, A. Striegel, "Casting Doubts on the Viability of WiFi Offloading," in Proc. of CellNet, Helsinki, Finland, August 2012.
- C X. Hu, A. Striegel, "Preserving Location Privacy on the Release of Large-scale Mobility Data," in Proc. of IEEE Globecom, Dec 2013. Slides Review DOI
- A. Striegel, S. Liu, L. Meng, C. Poellabauer, D. Hachen, O. Lizardo, "Lessons Learned from the NetSense Smartphone Study," in Proc. of ACM HotPlanet, pp. 51-56, Hong Kong, China, Aug. 2013. Winner: Best Paper Award DOI Slides Review
- A. Striegel, S. Liu, X. Hu, L. Meng, "LTE and WiFi: Experiences with Quality and Consumption," to appear in Proc. of MobiSPC 2014, Aug 2014.
- L. Meng, T. Milenkovic, A. Striegel, "Systematic Dynamic and Heterogeneous Analysis of Rich Social Network Data," in Proc. of 5th Workshop on Complex Networks, Bologna, Italy, March 2014. Slides Review
- L. Meng, S. Liu, A. Striegel, "Analyzing the Impact of Proximity, Location and Personality on Smartphone Usage," in Proc. of INFOCOM Workshop on Dynamic Social Networks (DySON), April 2014. Review
- C S. Liu, A. Striegel, "Accurate Extraction of Face-to-Face Proximity Using Smartphones and Bluetooth," in Proc. of WiMAN 2011 - 5th Workshop on Wireless Mesh and Ad Hoc Networks (WiMAN), Maui, HI, July 2011. DOI More Info
- C X. Hu, L. Meng, A. Striegel, "Evaluating the Raw Potential for Device-to-Device Caching via Co-Location," in Proc. of MobiSPC 2014, Niagara Falls, Canada, August 2014. Review