IEEE Consumer Communications & Networking Conference
8–11 January 2023 // Las Vegas, NV // USA


Demonstration Presentation Instructions

Demonstrations will be presented at the conference during a special demonstration session. The presenter is responsible for the demonstration and equipment setup. Each demonstration should be accompanied by a poster of approximately 30 inches by 40 inches describing it. The presenter is expected to present and discuss the work with other conference attendees. A large table, a power socket, and Wi-Fi Internet connectivity will be available for every demonstrator.

Please feel free to consult the Demonstrations Co-Chairs if you need additional information.

P2: Demonstration & Poster 2

Date: Tuesday, 10 January 2023
Time: 13:00 - 14:30
Chair: Frank den Hartog, UNSW Canberra, Australia

Demo 1: Demonstration Of performance For Low Cost Personal HSM
Pascal Urien (Telecom Paris, France)

Demo 2: Version++ Protocol Demonstration for Cryptocurrency Blockchain Handshaking with Software Assurance
Arijet Sarker and Simeon Wuthier (University of Colorado Colorado Springs, USA); Jinoh Kim (Texas A&M University-Commerce, USA); Jonghyun Kim (ETRI, Korea (South)); Sang-Yoon Chang (University of Colorado Colorado Springs, USA)

Demo 3: Prototype of edge sensing and computing system with multi-LIDAR network for autonomous micro-mobility
Masaki Wago, Kuon Akiyama, Ryoichi Shinkuma and Gabriele Trovato (Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan); Koichi Nihei and Takanori Iwai (NEC Corporation, Japan)

Demo 4: Depth of Field Blur Effect Considering Convergence Distance in Virtual Reality
Yasuhiro Kawabata and Masaki Bandai (Sophia University, Japan)

Demo 5: Demo: LE3D: A Privacy-preserving Lightweight Data Drift Detection Framework
Ioannis Mavromatis and Aftab Khan (Toshiba Europe Ltd., United Kingdom (Great Britain))

Demo 6: AI-Empowered Database Management Platform for New Materials Discovery for Consumer Electronics
Taeyeop Kim, JaeSeong Lee, Jaeho Song and Dongwoo Lee (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea (South)); Jun-Chae Na, Sung-Il Yang and Kyung-Jin Park (KAILOS LAB, Korea (South)); Young-Jin Yoo (Yonsei University, Korea (South)); Juhye Lee (KAILOS LAB, Korea (South)); Won-Yong Shin (Yonsei University, Korea (South))

Demo 7: Demo: Magnetic MIMO for Brain Treatment and Communications
Geonwoo Park and Chan-Byoung Chae (Yonsei University, Korea (South)); Giyong Na and Jongwon Lee (AT&C, Korea (South))

Demo 8: Window-type and AR Glass-type Transparent Antenna Systems for B5G/6G
Sang-Hyun Park (Yonsei University, Korea (South)); Chul-Keun Park, HongIl Yoo and Byoungnam Kim (Sensor-view, Korea (South)); Chan-Byoung Chae (Yonsei University, Korea (South))

Demo 9: Real-time Implementation of Semi-active Reconfigurable Intelligent Surfaces for mmWave and Sub-THz Systems
Dongsoo Jun (Yonsei University, Korea (South)); Youngno Youn, Cheonga Lee and Myeonggin Hwang (Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea (South)); Wonbin Hong (Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), Korea (South)); Chan-Byoung Chae (Yonsei University, Korea (South))

Demo 10: Realizing Physical Layer Security with common off-the-shelf WiFi equipment
Sayed Amir Hoseini (University of New South Wales, Australia); Frank den Hartog (University of New South Wales); Faycal Bouhafs (University of New South Wales, Australia)

Demo 11: Online Federated Learning based Object Detection across Autonomous Vehicles in a Virtual World
Shenghong Dai (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA); S. M. Iftekharul Alam (Intel Labs, USA); Ravikumar Balakrishnan (Intel Corporation, USA); Kangwook Lee and Suman Banerjee (University of Wisconsin, USA); Nageen Himayat (Intel Corporation, USA)

Demo 12: Agent-based Simulation for Placement and Pricing of 5G Network Slices
Joshua Shakya (Orange Innovation, University of Technology of Troyes, France); Chaima Ghribi (Orange Labs Networks, France); Morgan Chopin (Orange Labs, France); Leila Boulahia (University of Technology of Troyes, France)