NSF Workshop on Radio Frequency Dataset Generation, Access, and Sharing
June 6 & 7, 2022. In-person & Hybrid Workshop
Contact: Email RFDataFactory Website
The purpose of this workshop is to collect community input, assess existing capabilities and create a roadmap of transformative technologies needed to democratize the generation, access and sharing of RF datasets. This workshop will additionally bridge US and international communities while diving into legal, systems-centric, and privacy-preserving aspects of RF datasets. The workshop will hopefully identify open challenges for the wireless community as well as serve as a strategic guide for future investments by the NSF. The meeting will feature leading researchers with representation from academia, industry and federal agencies. There are no fees for attending the workshop in person, and academic participants will be reimbursed part of travel expenses. Participation is requested through the submission of one-page white papers with bold visions and challenges for the community to consider (submission link below). At a minimum, the workshop will include technical discussions on the following:
Technical architectures for privacy protection in RF datasets
RF dataset generation tools and resources
Models for making RF datasets available to stakeholders
International priorities and partnerships for large-scale RF data collection efforts
Demos of RFDataFactory APIs
Building public trust and confidence is using and certifying RF datasets
This workship is organized under the RFDataFactory project, supported by the US National Science Foundation CISE Community Infrastructure (CCRI) Award #2120447.
RFDataFactory is a platform for accessing and sharing RF-centric datasets, software application programming interfaces and tutorials for collecting and processing data from experimental testbeds and simulations. It is a community resource, welcoming of user contributions, and engagement.
Interested participants are requested to submit a maximum one page statement on the topics that they would like the workshop to cover, and their own expertise relevant to the scope of the workshop.
We would like to request in person attendees to commit to the complete program, spanning both days.