News
News Our paper entitled "Mining Spatial-temporal Correlation of Sensory Data for Estimating Traffic Volumes on Highways" won the Best Paper Runner-up Award of MobiQuitous 2017, Melbourne, Australia
News Our paper entitled "RADAR: Road Obstacle Identification for Disaster Response Leveraging Multi-Source Urban Data" was accepted in UbiComp'17, Maui, Hawaii, USA
News Our paper entitled "C-FMCW Based Contactless Respiration Detection Using Acoustic Signal" was accepted in UbiComp'17, Maui, Hawaii, USA
News Our paper entitled "IndoTrack: Device-Free Indoor Human Tracking with Commodity Wi-Fi" was accepted in UbiComp'17, Maui, Hawaii, USA
News Our paper entitled "Dynamic Cluster-based Over-demand Prediction in Bike Sharing Systems" won the Honorable Mention Award of UbiComp 2016, Heidelberg, Germany
News Six papers from our group got accepted by UbiComp 2016 ,Heidelberg, Germany
News Leye Wang got his PhD degree from Université Paris VI and TSP, and got the postdoc position in Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
News Our paper entitled "Bike-Share Station Placement Leveraging Heterogeneous Urban Open Data" won the Honorable Mention Award of UbiComp'15, Osaka, Japan.
News Our paper entitled "Recognizing Gait Pattern of Parkinson’s Disease Patients Based on Fine-Grained Movement Function Features" won the Best Paper Award of UIC'15, Beijing, China. 
Three papers from our group got accepted in UbiComp'15, Osaka, Japan. 
Prof. Daqing Zhang was invited to be the Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Big Data from 2015.
Dingqi Yang got the Samovar Best Thesis Award, and Haoyi Xiong got the Samovar Runner-up Thesis Award in Jun. 2015.
Dingqi Yang got the Excellent Overseas Chinese PhD Thesis Award in Jun. 2015.
Our paper entitled "CrowdTasker: Maximizing Coverage Quality in Piggyback Crowdsensing under Budget Constraint" was accepted in PerCom'15, St. Louis, USA (Acceptance Rate: ~15%). 
Prof. Daqing Zhang has been invited to give a Keynote Speech at IEEE UIC 2014, in Dec. 2014 - Bali, Indonesia.
Chao Chen got the Excellent Overseas Chinese PhD Thesis Award in 2014.
Our two papers entitled"CrowdRecruiter: Selecting Participants for Piggyback CrowdSensing under Probabilistic Coverage Constraint" and "Container Throughput Estimation Leveraging Ship GPS Traces and Open Data"was accepted as full papers in UbiComp'14, Seattle, USA (Acceptance Rate: ~13.7%
Our co-authored paper "How Long a Passenger Waits for a Vacant Taxi? - Large-scale Taxi Trace Mining for Smart Cities" won the Best Paper Award of IEEE CPSCom 2013, Beijing, China, during August 20-23, 2013.
Our paper entitled "Fine-Grained Preference-Aware Location Search Leveraging Crowdsourced Digital Footprints from LBSNs" was accepted as full paper in UbiComp'13, Zurich, Switzerland. (Acceptance Rate: ~17.7%)
Our paper entitled “Ontology Based Context Modeling and Reasoning using OWL” was granted the Ten Years CoMoRea Impact Paper award in IEEE PerCom 2013, San Diego, USA. The paper got more than 780 citations according to Google Scholar and the proposed two-tier OWL-based context model has been widely accepted by the pervasive computing, mobile computing and service-oriented computing community.
Prof. Daqing Zhang has been invited to give a Keynote Speech on "Context aware computing in the era of crowd sensing" in  CoMoRea 2013, March, 2013 - San Diego, U.S.
Our paper entitled "B-Planner: Night Bus Route Planning using Large-scale Taxi GPS Traces" was accepted as full paper in PerCom'13, San Diego, USA (Acceptance Rate: ~10.6%)
Our paper entitled “Predicting Mobile Phone User Locations by Exploiting Collective Behavioral Patterns” won the Best Paper Award of IEEE UIC 2012, Fukuoka, Japan. The work is supported by EU FP7 SOCIETIES project
Prof. Daqing Zhang has been invited to give a Keynote Speech on "Extracting Social and Community Intelligence by Mining Large Scale Digital Footprints" in   ECML/PKDD 2012, Sept., 2012 - Bristol, UK
Our paper entitled "Urban Traffic Modelling and Prediction using Large Scale Taxi GPS Traces" was accepted as full paper in Pervasive 2012. (Acceptance Rate: ~19%)
Incoming Special Issues
News Special Issue Call for Papers : Participatory Sensing and Crowd Intelligence at ACM Transaction on Intelligent Systems and Technology. (CFP)