[hpc-announce] CFP: SenSys2020 Workshop: Cloud Continuum Services for Smart IoT Systems (CCIoT)

NAKAZATO Hidenori nakazato at waseda.jp
Mon Aug 3 02:20:38 CDT 2020

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ACM SenSys 2020 Workshop on Cloud Continuum Services for Smart IoT Systems (CCIoT)

Call for Papers

Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the hottest topic in the field of communications and computing. Many cloud providers offers cloud/edge services for IoT, to handle big data, to apply AI technologies, to support massive IoT devices, and to provide low-latency control. At the same time 5G cellular networks have Massive IoT as reference scenario, for which a huge number of smart sensors/actuators must be connected with low latency. Cloud and edge computing on the one and 5G on the other hand push for an IoT cloud continuum aimed at simplifying the integration, development and delivery processes of future, cloud-native, IoT applications, also considering related security and privacy issues.

There are many alternatives for cloud and networking services and technologies in forming cloud continuum for IoT. The objectives of this workshop are to create a forum for researchers and practitioners to discuss issues in applying cloud/edge computing and AI technologies to IoT systems, in networking IoT devices and federating IoT systems, and in development of IoT services exploiting the computing and networking capabilities of IoT systems, and to set a direction in forming a cloud continuum where IoT systems work together towards well-being of humankind.

Important Dates:
	• Deadline for paper submission: September 18, 2020
	• Paper acceptance notification: October 9, 2020
	• Workshop date: November 16, 2020

Topics of Interest:
Original papers are welcome on (but not limited to) the following cloud continuum services for smart IoT systems:

	• Cloud/edge computing platform and services for IoT applications
	• Computing continuum and IoT
	• Cloud-native IoT applications
	• Performance evaluation of IoT cloud and networking platforms
	• Light virtualization technologies for constrained devices
	• Application of machine learning and AI in cloud-native IoT systems
	• Testbeds, prototypes, and field trials of smart IoT systems, including smart city, agriculture, metering, safety, and health
	• IoT security and privacy of IoT devices and services
	• Security protocols for IoT in 5G
	• Blockchain-based IoT applications
	• 5G Networks, IoT and Tactile Internet
	• Network services for massive IoT
	• Application of Information Centric Networking in IoT applications

Submission Guidelines:
Submitted papers must be unpublished and must not be currently under review for any other publication. Submissions must be full papers, at most 6 single-spaced 8.5” x 11” pages with 9-pt font size in two-column format, including figures and tables. As for references, submissions may include as many pages as needed.
For more detail, please visit

	• Antonio Skarmeta (University Murcia/Odin’S)
	• Andrea Detti (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”)
	• Hidenori Nakazato (Waseda University)
Hidenori Nakazato    nakazato at waseda.jp

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