Call for Posters, Demos, and Student Research Competition
The SIGCOMM poster/demo session showcases works-in-progress in an informal setting. Topics of interest are the same as research topics in the SIGCOMM conference call for papers. We strongly encourage student and industry submissions. The SIGCOMM 2022 poster/demo committee will review all posters and demo proposals. Students must present student posters at the conference. Authors of accepted papers in SIGCOMM 2022 may not submit in this track the same work as in the paper.
We welcome contributions from networking industry researchers and practitioners. In particular, we strongly encourage posters and demos with a strong emphasis on the research problems faced by the industry as well as the lessons learned from practical deployment, design, and operation of networks and networked systems.
List of accepted posters
- #26 (Online): Deep or Statistical: An Empirical Study of Traffic Predictions on Multiple Time Scales Yu Qiao, Chengxiang Li, Shuzheng Hao, Jun Wu, and Liang Zhang (Huawei Technologies Ltd.)
- #49 (On-site): Network-Accelerated Cluster Scheduler
Radostin Stoyanov, Wesley Armour, and Noa Zilberman (University of Oxford)
- #63 (On-site): Mind the Cost of Telemetry Data Analysis
Alessandra Fais (Università di Pisa), Gianni Antichi (Queen Mary University of London), Stefano Giordano, Giuseppe Lettieri, and Gregorio Procissi (Università di Pisa)
- #64 (On-site): Ls-liquid: Towards Container-irrelevant Liquid Sensing on Smartphones Xue Sun, Chao Feng, and Xiaojiang Chen (Northwest University)
- #65 (Online): PipeDevice: A Hardware-Software Co-Design Approach to Intra-Host Container Communication Qiang Su (City University of Hong Kong), Chuanwen Wang (The Chinese University of Hong Kong), Zhixiong Niu, Ran Shu, Peng Cheng, Yongqiang Xiong (Microsoft Research), Dongsu Han (KAIST), Chun Jason Xue (City University of Hong Kong), Hong Xu (The Chinese University of Hong Kong), and Zhixiong Niu (Microsoft Research)
- #89 (On-site): Linnet: Limit Order Books Within Switches
Xinpeng Hong, Changgang Zheng, Stefan Zohren, and Noa Zilberman (University of Oxford)
- #97 (On-site): Accelerating Kubernetes with In-network Caching
Stefanos Sagkriotis and Dimitrios Pezaros (University of Glasgow)
- #99 (On-site): CiraaS: cloud computing with programmable logic
Kenji Tanaka, Yuki Arikawa, Tsuyoshi Ito (NTT Corporation), Yuki Matsuda, Keisuke Kamahori, Shinya Kaji (Fixstars Corporation), Takeshi Sakamoto (NTT Corporation), and Kenji Tanaka (NTT Device Technology Labs)
- #107 (On-site): P4Pir: In-Network Analysis for Smart IoT Gateways
Mingyuan Zang (Technical University of Denmark), Changgang Zheng, Radostin Stoyanov (University of Oxford), Lars Dittmann (Technical University of Denmark), and Noa Zilberman (University of Oxford)
- #118 (On-site): Enabling IoT Self-Localization Using Ambient 5G mmWave Signals
Junfeng Guan, Suraj Jog, Sohrab Madani (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign), Ruochen Lu (University of Texas at Austin), Songbin Gong, Deepak Vasisht (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign), and Haitham Hassanieh (EPFL)
- #159 (On-site): Robust Heuristics: Attacks and Defenses on Job Size Estimation for WSJF Systems
Erica Chiang, Nirav Atre, Hugo Sadok, Justine Sherry, Weina Wang (Carnegie Mellon University)
List of accepted demos
- #1 (On-site): Resource Sharing Beyond FQ: 35K Users at 100Gbps
Dávid Kis, Gergő Gombos, Sándor Laki (Eötvös Loránd University), Szilveszter Nádas (Ericsson Research, Hungary)
- #14 (On-site): P4 Programmable Patch Panel (P7): An Instant 100G Emulated Network on Your Tofino-based Pizza Box
Fabricio Rodriguez, Francisco Germano Vogt (University of Campinas (Unicamp)), Ariel Góes De Castro (Federal University of Pampa (Unipampa)), Marcos Felipe Schwarz (Brazilian National Research and Education Network (RNP)), Christian Rothenberg (University of Campinas (Unicamp))
- #23 (On-site): Demo: FoReCo - a forecast-based recovery mechanism for real-time remote control of robotic manipulators
Milan Groshev (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), Javier Sacido (Telcaria Ideas S.L.), Jorge Martín-Pérez (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
- #48 (Online): DeepWiSim: A Wireless Signal Simulator for Automatic Deep Learning
Zhongzheng Lai, Dong Yuan, Wei Bao, Yu Zhang, Bing Bing Zhou (The University of Sydney)
- #50 (Online): Locating CDN Edge Servers with HTTP Responses
Run Huang, Mengying Zhou, Tiancheng Guo, Yang Chen (Fudan University)
- #69 (On-site): RoMA: Rotating MAC Address for privacy protection
Johann Hugon (Univ Lyon 1, Insa Lyon, Inria, CNRS, ENS lyon), Mathieu Cunche (Univ. Lyon, INSA Lyon, Inria, CITI), Thomas Begin (Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1)
- #72 (On-site): Oakestra: An Orchestration Framework for Edge Computing
Giovanni Bartolomeo, Simon Bäurle, Nitinder Mohan, Jörg Ott (Technical University of Munich)
- #161 (Online): Terra: Blockage Resilience in Outdoor mm-Wave Networks
Santosh Ganji, Jaewon Kim, P R Kumar, Venkata Siva (Texas A&M University)
- #162 (On-site): TCP-INT: Lightweight Network Telemetry with TCP Transport
Grzegorz Jereczek, Theo Jepsen, Simon Wass, Bimmy Pujari, Jerry Zhen (Intel), Jeongkeun Lee (Intel, Connectivity Group)
- #177 (On-site): Pigasus 2.0: Making the Pigasus IDS Robust to Attacks and Different Workloads
Zhipeng Zhao (Microsoft), Nirav Atre, Hugo Sadok, Siddharth Sahay, Shashank Obla, James C. Hoe, Justine Sherry (Carnegie Mellon University)
Why should you submit a Poster or a Demo?
Presenting a poster is a great opportunity, especially for students, to obtain interesting and valuable feedback on ongoing research from a knowledgeable crowd at the conference. Accepted posters and demos will be published as a two-page abstract in the archived conference proceedings. In addition, the top few submissions may be forwarded for publication to the SIGCOMM newsletter, the Computer Communication Review (CCR). The SIGCOMM poster and demo sessions will also serve as an ACM SIGCOMM Student Research Competition (SRC). The ACM SRC offers a unique forum for graduate students (i.e., enrolled in a master or Ph.D. program) and undergraduate students (students enrolled in a program below master level) to present their original research before a panel of judges and attendees.
What is a Poster/Demo?
We expect both poster and demo presenters to prepare a poster. The key difference between a poster and demo submission is that a demo also includes live demonstrations of research products.
A poster is A0 paper size (841 × 1189mm) or ANSI E size (34.0 x 44.0 in), to which you can affix visually appealing material that describes your research. Alternatively, you can use the space as a continuum. You should prepare the best material (visually appealing and succinct) that effectively communicates your research problem, techniques, results, and what is novel/important about the work. You need to submit an abstract describing in text what the poster would present. The abstract should clearly state: (a) the problem being addressed, (b) what makes this problem interesting, important, and difficult, (c) your approach to the problem, and (d) the key contribution.
The authors of accepted posters/demos will also be expected to submit a digital copy of a poster, which will be available online and shared with the audience during the poster presentation. Details for the presentation and recommended poster formats will be provided after notification.
What to submit
If you are submitting a poster or a demo, you must submit a two-page abstract in PDF format that describes your work.
Abstracts: All submissions must obey the following formatting requirements.
Submit abstracts of no more than two single–spaced pages, including, figures, tables, etc. (excluding references). For demos, an additional page should be provided describing the environment and resources needed for the demonstration such as space, tables, etc. This additional page will not go to the proceedings. Abstracts whose content is longer than the page limit will be rejected.
Submit abstracts formatted for printing on Letter-sized (8.5” by 11”) paper. Paper text blocks must follow ACM guidelines: double-column, with each column 9.25” by 3.33”, 0.33” space between columns. Each column must use 10-point font or larger, and contain no more than 55 lines of text.
It is your responsibility to ensure that your submission satisfies the above requirements. If you are using LaTeX, you can make use of this template for ACM conference proceedings. Unlike the official template, it only includes examples for conference proceedings.
It is highly encouraged that each demo proposal includes a video clip showcasing the work, in addition to the abstract. The video should be no more than 3 minutes and should give a good idea of what the demo is about and what it would look like. Including a video clip will help the committee better understand and evaluate your proposal. While a video is not mandatory at submission time, we require all the accepted demos to submit a video at a second stage before the beginning of the conference.
Poster submissions are also welcome (but not required) to include a video clip at submission time and/or before the conference. (The rationale is that we don’t want to impose extra work on poster authors but we want to give them an opportunity for additional exposure.) The abstracts and videos of accepted posters and demos will be made available to all attendees at the conference.
Authors of accepted demos and posters will be encouraged to publish auxiliary material in the ACM Digital Library with their poster/demo (source code, packet traces, and so forth) to improve the reproducibility of their results. The auxiliary material does not need to be submitted but can be referenced in the submission.
The posters and demos submitted to SIGCOMM 2022 must be original and cannot be concurrently submitted to other workshops or conferences during the SIGCOMM poster/demo review period. Double submissions to different locations will be rejected.
Where to submit
Please submit your abstract at https://sigcomm22posters.hotcrp.com/. Submissions are single blind, so please include authors' names and affiliation. When submitting (a poster or demo), indicate if the submission should be considered for the SRC.
Camera-ready instructions for Posters and Demos
For each SIGCOMM 2022 event that publishes proceedings, the proceedings will be produced via the HotCRP site used for the review process. The HotCRP site will collect the final papers (i.e., extended abstracts as described above) and interface with the ACM to manage publication rights for the papers.
The authors must revise the original submission to address the reviewers’ concerns and, if the paper is subject to shepherding, obtain an explicit approval of the final version from the shepherd.
For the final paper to be published, it is imperative to prepare the final version using the new ACM template (using sigconf document type) from the 2022 ACM consolidated template package (you can also use this barebone LaTeX template). The font size must be 9 points. Do not number pages. Embed all the fonts in the PDF file. The length of the final paper with all its content except references must not exceed 2 pages. There is no limit on the number of references. The deadline for camera-ready submissions is July 1, 2022.
As described on the above template webpage, the authors should provide proper indexing information in the final version according to the ACM Computing Classification System (CCS). More information about the ACM CCS is available on ACM CCS website.
Please make sure all fonts are embedded in the document. On Mac, Windows, and Linux, the 'pdffonts' (Poppler) and Adobe Reader tools can report this information. For more information, please see here.
In its bottom-left corner, the first page of the final paper must include a copyright notice that the author receives after filling out the e-Rights form via the ACM rights-management tool on the HotCRP page of the paper. ACM will use its automated system to email this information to the authors. Please set your email spam settings to allow messages from "email@example.com". The copyright block includes the DOI specific to the paper, rights-management text that depends on the author's choice of a license or copyright transfer, the official name, dates, and location of the event.
If you have questions about the camera-ready process, please contact the SIGCOMM 2022 publication chairs.
June 1, 2022, Anywhere on Earth (UTC-12)
June 21, 2022
July 1, 2022, Anywhere on Earth (UTC-12)
- Poster Chairs
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Texas A&M University
- Demo Chairs
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Karin Anna Hummel
Johannes Kepler University Linz
- Program Committee Members
University of Alabama
Università di Pisa
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Anna Maria Mandalari
Imperial College London
Anubhavnidhi "Archie" Abhashkumar
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
University of Wuerzburg
University of California, Riverside
Communication University of China
Mario Di Francesco
Imperial College London
University of Amsterdam
Duke Kanshan University
Quentin De Coninck
Queen May University of London
Johns Hopkins University