Morse 2022 - Call for Papers

While great success has been achieved in data communication, recently, wireless signals are actively exploited for sensing purposes. Wireless sensing has been demonstrated to be capable of sensing rich contexts of human targets and also our surrounding environment. Although promising progress has been achieved, there still exists quite a few challenges such as how to make sensing and communication coexist without interfering with each other and how to effectively boost the sensing capability using AI techniques. MORSE is a workshop that brings together researchers in the broad field of wireless and mobile sensing to share the latest research effort toward the objective of ubiquitous and smart sensing. MORSE '22 welcomes work-in-progress papers that describe original ideas, present new directions, bring open questions or have a potential to generate provocative discussions at the workshop. All the regular papers will be considered for the Best Paper Award.

Potential topics include but are not limited to:

  • Sensing with RF radio (e.g., WiFi, RFID, LoRa, UWB, FMCW radar), light and sound
  • Sensing for communications/Joint communications and sensing
  • AI enabled Multimodal sensing and fusion
  • Sensing theory and modeling
  • Novel sensing platform
  • Sensing system design, implementation and evaluation
  • Side channel attack, privacy preserving, and security for sensing system
  • Mobile and pervasive sensing systems
  • Implanted and wearable computing
  • AI enabled sensing and cognition
  • Emerging learning or AI technique for sensing
  • Malicious AI or adversarial examples towards sensing system
  • Resource-efficient machine learning and sensing
  • AI enabled sensing applications (e.g., passive localization, vital sign sensing, human activity tracking, biometrics, autonomous driving, environment sensing, AR/VR)

Important Dates

Paper Submission: July 15, 2022
Completion of review: July 30, 2022
Submission of final manuscripts and copyright forms: Aug 12, 2022

Workshop Chairs

  • Jie Xiong (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
  • Lei Xie (Nanjing University)

TPC Chair

  • Feng Lin (Zhejiang University)