Bodysys 2022
Human-in the loop systems Physical rehabilitation systems Sensing and Computing for Animals or Pets XR wearables, wearable imaging XR projection and low-power displays Capacitive sensing Capacitive sensing On-body communication Haptics and cognitive prosthetics Body energy harnessing Brain-interfaces Electromyography (EMG) interfaces

Workshop on Body-Centric Computing Systems (Previously Wearsys)

ACM Bodysys 2022 Workshops

BODYSYS

BodySys workshop focuses on advances and discussions on how body-centric (human/animals) computing technologies can shape mobile computing, systems, and applications research. The goal of the workshop is to provide a forum to bring together researchers and de-sign experts to discuss how wearable, body-centric, and user-in-the-loop technologies have, and can, complement mobile systems research, and vice-versa. It also aims to provide a launchpad for bold and visionary ideas for systems research in this space.

We solicit papers of six or fewer pages that present preliminary research in areas of body-centric computing, including efforts on prototyping a system, experiences in designing a novel technology, or survey of useful tools for designing inter-disciplinary systems and applications. We also encourage position papers that propose new directions for research or advocate disruptive design ideas and project applications. We also encourage sub-missions that can help bootstrap exploration of the body-centric computing space by the broader mobile systems community.

Important Dates:


Submission deadline
- 6 May 2022
Notification of acceptance:
- 15 May 2022
Camera-ready workshop papers
- 28 May 2022
Workshop date
- July 1, 2022

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Call for Papers & SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

Participants are requested to register in MobiSys22 portal

The focus areas include, but not limited to,

• Human-in the loop systems• Physical rehabilitation systems
• Sensing and Computing for Animals or Pets• XR wearables, wearable imaging, projection and low-power displays
• Capacitive sensing and On-body communication• Wearable health and wellness including activity monitoring, physiological sensing
• Ubiquitous Input Devices• Novel energy management solutions (eg. swappable batteries, solar harvesting)
• Context sensitive notification deliveryWearable biometrics for payment and authentication
• Haptics and cognitive prosthetics• Body energy harnessing
• Brain-interfaces• Electromyography (EMG) interfacesWearable fashion (eg. smart jackets, bodysuits, amulets), smart fabrics
• AI on wearables: on-device ML/DL for wearable computing• Novel combinations of 3D printing and Wear- ables (eg. integration with custom 3D printed sen- sors/encl.)
  • Wearable infrastructure and toolkits (hardware/software, custom/open source)
  • Submissions can be of the following formats:
    We solicit papers of 6 or fewer pages that present preliminary research in areas of body-centric computing, including efforts on prototyping a system, experiences in designing a novel technology, or survey of useful tools for designing inter-disciplinary systems and applications.
    We solicit position papers of 1-2 pages that propose new directions for research or advocate disruptive design ideas and project applications. We also encourage submissions that can help bootstrap exploration of the body-centric computing space by the broader mobile systems community. These submissions can also be submitted as a poster or demo paper (1-2 pages).
    All submissions should comply with MobiSys guidelines . The reviewing process will be double–blind.

    Paper Submission Link

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    team-member

    Umer Asgher

    NUST (Pakistan)

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    Professor Jerald Yoo

    National University of Singapore

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    Anirban Dutta Choudhury

    TCS Research India

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    Professor Siddarth Tallur

    IIT Bombay