Welcome to ACM MobiArch 2020!

The 15th Workshop on Mobility in the Evolving Internet Architecture

In conjunction with ACM MobiCom 2020

London, UK, September 25, 2020

Online Workshop Program

Workshop Zoom Webinar Link

Webinar ID: 965 4488 9560
Passcode: 780453
International numbers available: https://acm-org.zoom.us/u/aexcpuMQjP

Morning Session: Invited Talks

Afternoon Session: Presentation of accepted workshop papers

Note: Workshop will start from 9:15 AM, September 25, 2020 (London time, GMT +1:00)


Presentation Title



London time

Invited Talks

Session Chair:                             Dr Jianhua He

University of Essex, UK


Opening: MobiArch + COSAFE Annual Workshops

Dr Jianhua He

University of Essex, UK


Towards 6G Systems and Technologies

Professor Markku Juntti

University of Oulu, Finland


Resource Allocation for Multi-Tenant Edge Computing

Professor Andrea Araldo              

Institut Polytechnique de Paris -Telecom SudParis, France


VRU Safety: The Wireless Seat Belt - Empowered by AI

Professor Klaus David

University of Kassel, Germany






6G: Requirements, Enabling Technologies, Use Cases and Impact on Future Internet Architecture

Professor Maziar Nekovee

University of Sussex, UK


Railways: GSM-R to 5G FRMCS

Dr Mayutan Arumaithurai

Deutsche Bahn AG, Germany


Transport Innovation and Future Mobility in the West Midlands (UK)

Mr Chris Lane

Head of Transport Innovation, Transport of West Midlands, UK


Safety Perspective on Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications for Platooning

Professor Alexey Vinel

Halmstad University, Sweden

Presentation of Accepted Papers

Session Chair:                             Dr Aline Carneiro Viana

 INRIA, France


Fair Cache Sharing Management for Multi-Tenant Based Mobile Edge Networks

Gao Zheng

University of Surrey, UK


On the benefits of increased vehicles perception to cooperative communications: a performance evaluation study

Sanaullah Faiz

University Sorbonne Paris Nord, France


NOMA Enhanced 5G Distributed Vehicle to Vehicle Communication for Connected Autonomous Vehicles

Zuoyin Tang

Aston University, UK


3D Deployment of UAV Swarm for Massive MIMO Communications

Ning Gao

Southeast University, PR China






Massive MIMO in Mobile Networks: Self-Calibration with Channel Estimation Error

De Mi

University of Surrey, UK


Decentralized stream processing for spatial range queries in high-density systems

Simon Keller,

University of Applied Sciences Constance, Germany


AJIT: Accountable Just-in-Time Network Resource Allocation with Smart Contracts

Tooba Faisal

King's College London, UK


 Admission Control for Quality of Services of Mobile Cellular Network

Yuhui Xu

China Mobile, PR China

1650-1700 Concluding Remarks Prof Xiaoming Fu University of Goettingen, Germany

Call For Papers

Mobile internet is fast evolving, with trends and exciting advances coming from many domains including mobile devices, mobile computing and networking. There are increasingly smarter mobile devices with more computing resources and higher intelligence towards human centric computing, massive machine to machine (M2M) connections, edge computing and artificial intelligence, virtualized and software-defined network infrastructure. Innovative mobile Internet technologies and architectures are urgently needed to keep pace of these advances and meet the expectations on emerging advanced mobile internet services. 

The MobiArch 2020 workshop seeks papers contributing to the fields of novel mobile Internet architectures, with exploitation of the latest advances in mobile communications, mobile networking and computing technologies, and support for new mobile services of broader importance (such as connected autonomous vehicles and systems, machine learning applications, augmented reality and virtual reality). MobiArch 2020 solicits standard papers of original research from academia and industry. It also welcomes work-in-progress and position papers that describe original ideas, present new directions such as for emerging 6G networks, or can foster discussions on the emerging topics of interest. All accepted papers will be included with the MobiCom proceedings and published in the ACM Digital Library. There will be a Best Paper award for the workshop. Extended accepted papers will be considered for a publication at an open access journal Future Internet (https://www.mdpi.com/journal/futureinternet).

Submission Guidelines

We invite submissions covering the aspects around system architecture, networking and computing support for the evolving mobile Internet, including but not limited to:

Paper Submission Instructions

All paper submissions will be handled electronically via EasyChair submission website. All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. Authors should prepare a PDF version of their full papers. Submitted papers should be no more than 6 pages long (for regular papers) and no more than 3 pages long (for position papers), in two columns, with standard margins and 10 point or larger font, and must fit properly on US "Letter"-sized paper (8.5x11 inches).

Key Dates


Workshop Chairs

Steering Committee

Technical Program Committee


All questions about submissions should be emailed to the Workshop Chairs, Dr Jianhua He (j.he@essex.ac.uk) and Dr Aline Carneiro Viana (aline.viana@inria.fr).


This workshop is supported by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme COSAFE (http://www.cosafe.org.uk/) under the Marie Skodowska-Curie grant agreement No 824019.