News: due to pandemic condtions, unfortunately we will *not* be repeating ENSsys at ASPLOS '22
On a happier note, congratulations to Organizer's Choice (G. Marcano) and Community Choice (M. Giordano) demo award winners!
Complementing the topics of SenSys 2021, this workshop will bring researchers together to explore the challenges, issues, and opportunities in the research, design, and engineering of energy-harvesting, energy-neutral, and intermittent sensing systems.
- Submission: Sept 24, 2021 (23:59 AOE)
- Notification: October 11, 2021
- Camera Ready: October 28, 2021
- Download the Call for Papers
- ENSsys 2020 (Virtual Event)
- ENSsys 2019 (New York City, USA)
- ENSsys 2018 (Shenzhen, China)
- ENSsys 2017 (Delft, Netherlands)
- ENSsys 2016 (Stanford, USA)
- ENSsys 2015 (Seoul, South Korea)
- ENSsys 2014 (Memphis, USA)
- ENSsys 2013 (Rome, Italy)
- Power management concepts, algorithms and circuits for energy-harvesting sensing systems
- Hardware and software concepts, algorithms and circuits for intermittent computing
- Middleware and services supporting interoperability between zero-energy networks
- Resource management and operating system support for energy-harvesting sensing systems
- Network-wide distributed energy management (e.g. routing, adaptive duty cycling, etc.)
- Communication in intermittent-power domain
- Online measurement of energy intake and consumption
- Predicting energy intake and consumption
- Ensuring reliable operation in energy-harvesting sensor systems
- Modelling, simulation and tools for effective design of future energy harvesting sensing systems
- Architectures and standards for energy-neutral, power-neutral or intermittent sensing systems
- Internet of (battery-less) things
- Experience with real-world deployments and innovative applications
ENSsys@SenSys will be a highly interactive workshop.
First, we invite demos from established energy harvesting systems – we aim to open ENSsys with a showcase of existing work to set a baseline of what is possible today and spark ideas for what can be built in the future. Demos previously presented in other venues are explicitly welcome.
For new work, we invite short papers on technical issues in energy harvesting systems that remain underserved or more radical positions that invite rethinking of current system design. Unlike demo abstracts, short paper submissions cannot contain previously published work. We will use these papers to organize several smaller, highly interactive workgroups.
We look forward to seeing you at ENSsys 2021!