Date: September 25, 2020

Location: Held as a virtual conference

(in conjunction with ACM MobiCom 2020)

Paper Submissions Deadline:

June 15, 2020


Organized in collaboration with ENLIGHT'EM project

H2020-MSCA ITN-2018 nº 814215

The LIoT workshop will be offered via Zoom on Friday, September 25, starting at 2:15 pm Central European Summer Time (8:15 am Eastern Daylight Time). We will wrap up at approximately 6:00 pm CEST/12:00 pm EDT. Every registered participant will receive a Zoom link to join the workshop on the main page.


2:15 CEST Opening remarks and Keynote Talk

Nikola Serafimovski

pureLiFi Ltd - VP, Standardization & Business Development

Title: LiFi – ecosystem and standardization
3:15-4:00 pm CEST Session 1: From the Physical Layer to IoT applications

OFDM Based Visible Light Communication with Probabilistic Shaping

Tilahun Zerihun Gutema, Harald Haas, Wasiu O. Popoola (Institute for Digital Communications, School of Engineering, The University of Edinburgh)

Non-linearity of LEDs for VLC IoT applications

Muhammad Sarmad Mir, Borja Genoves Guzman, Ander Galisteo, Domenico Giustiniano (IMDEA Networks Institute)

Multi-LED Multi-Datastream Dome Bulb for Dense Visible Light Communication Networks

Sajad Saghaye-Polkoo, Pooya Nabavi, Murat Yuksel, Kyle Renshaw (University of Central Florida)

4:15-5:00 pm CEST Session 2: UAVs and Underwater Communication

Evaluating LED-Camera Communication for Drones

Bhawana Chhaglani (University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA); Abhay Sheel Anand (Bharati Vidyapeeth’s College of Engineering, India); Nakul Garg (University of Maryland College Park, USA); Ashwin Ashok (Georgia State University, USA)


FLight: Toward Programmable Visible-Light-Band Wireless UAV Networking

Nan Cen (Missouri University of Science and Technology)


Underwater Optical Camera Communications based on a Multispectral Camera and Spectral Variations of the LED Emission

Behnaz Majlesein, Julio Rufo (LightBee); Daniel Moreno, Victor Guerra, Jose Rabadan, Rafael Pérez Jiménez (ULPGC)

5:00-6:00 pm CEST Session 3: Intermittent Computing, Passive VLC, and Passive Backscatter

Position Paper: Why Intermittent Computing Could Unlock Low-Power Visible Light Communication

James Broadhead, Przemysław Pawełczak (TU Delft)


Passive Visible Light Networks: Taxonomy and Opportunities

Qing Wang, Marco Zuniga (Delft University of Technology)


Passive Visible Light Positioning Systems: An Overview

Jagdeep Singh, Usman Raza (Toshiba Europe Limited)


Embracing Collisions: Enabling Parallel Channel Estimation with COTS Passive Backscatter Tags

Jiaqi Xu (the Ohio State University); Wei Sun, Arjun Bakshi (The Ohio State University); Kannan Srinivasan (Ohio State University)