[hpc-announce] IEEE GLOBECOM 2022 - IoTSN - Deadline: ​15 April

Moayad Aloqaily mzaloqaily at gmail.com
Mon Apr 11 15:05:30 CDT 2022

*** *Globecom 2022 will be held as a hybrid event. Presenters may choose
to present their papers in person in Rio de Janeiro and/or
virtually. Presenters must provide their choice of presentation format
after their **papers/presentations have been accepted*.***

*IEEE Globecom 2022 - IoT and Sensor Networks Symposium*
*4–8 December 2022. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil*
*Important Dates:*
Paper Submission:  *15 April 2022 (23:59 EST) *
Acceptance Notification:  25 July 2022
Accepted Author Registration: 1 September 2022
Camera-Ready and Registration: 1 September 2022

*Scope and Motivation*The Internet of Things (IoT) has emerged as a
promising technology to revolutionize the way we live and interact with the
surrounding environment. IoT produces and communicates massive amounts of
data that need to be filtered, analyzed, and processed. In industrial
environments (i.e., Industry 4.0 and 5.0) as well as in smart cities,
between connected devices requires high reliability, low latency, and
sufficient scalability. Several technologies such as BLE, Zigbee, Wireless
HART, IEEE Std 802.15.4 TSCH, 6TiSCH, LPWAN (LoRa, Sigfox, NB-IoT, LTE-M,
etc.), and RAW have been proposed to tackle these communication
requirements. The 5G network provides not only increased data rates but
also ultra-low data latency communication for critical IoT applications
that require extreme reliability. 5G enables Machine Type Communication
(MTC), which is used by mobile network operators, equipment vendors,
MTCspecialist companies, and research bodies. The high-traffic demand,
low-latency, and deterministic delivery requirements stemming from IoT and
machine-to-machine (M2M) communications can be met only with radical
changes to current communication and networking architectures. Recently,
Fog and Edge computing has been proposed to mitigate the heavy burden
on the network
due to the centralized processing and storing of the massive IoT data.
Fog/Edge-enabled IoT architectures ensure closer processing in proximity to
the things, which results in small, deterministic latency that enables
real-time applications and enforced security.

*Topics of Interest*

   - Blockchain technology for IoTs
   - Federated Learning for IoT networks
   - B5G Networks and IoT
   - IoT Security, Trust, and trustworthy
   - Secure and privacy-preserving IoT communications
   - IoT and Personal Data Protection
   - Artificial Intelligence and IoT
   - IoT Large Scale Pilots and Portability
   - IoT Interoperability and Multi-Platform Integration
   - SDN, NFV and IoT
   - Intelligent sensor and actuator networks
   - Emerging IoT Protocols and Standards
   - Ultra-low-power IoT Technologies and Embedded Systems Architectures
   - Wearables, Body Sensor Networks, Smart Portable Edge Devices
   - Design Space Exploration Techniques for IoT Devices and Systems
   - Heterogeneous Networks, Web of Things, Web of Everything
   - Named Data Networking for IoT
   - Internet of Nano Things
   - IoT Data Management, Mining and Analytics
   - Distributed IoT Storage and management
   - Routing and Control Protocols
   - Resource Management, Resource Allocation,
   - Medium Access Control
   - Mobility, Localization and Management Aspects
   - Identity Management and Object Recognition
   - Localization Technologies
   - Edge Computing, Fog Computing and IoT
   - Fog/Edge Caching techniques for IoT
   - Machine to Machine (M2M)/Devices-to-Devices communications and IoT
   - Industrial IoT and Factory of Things and IoTs
   - Emerging Technologies for the Industrial IoT
   - Application of Fog/Edge computing to IoT: architectures and
   - Autonomic Computing for IoTs
   - Connected Car, Automotive, Intelligent Transport
   - Cooperative Computing for IoTs
   - Cooperative IoT and Sensor Systems
   - Design principles and best practices for IoT application development
   - Dynamic scheduling, power control, interference management, and QoS
   - Standards-based IoT large scale pilots/demonstrators
   - Interoperability methodologies for heterogeneous IoT
   - IoT big data management and predictive analysis
   - IoT for smart manufacturing (industry 5.0) and smart spaces
   - IoT standards platforms interworking
   - Horizontal application development for IoT
   - IoT Networks crowdsensing
   - Mobility, Localization and context-adaptive IoT

*How to Submit* All papers for technical symposia should be submitted via
EDAS: https://edas.info/newPaper.php?c=28485.
Full instructions on how to submit papers are provided on the IEEE Globecom
2022 website: https://globecom2022.ieee-globecom.org/

*Symposium Co-Chairs**:*

*Nidal Naser, Alfaisal University, Saudi ArabiaWalaa Hamouda, Concordia
University, CanadaMoayad Aloqaily, MBZUAI, UAEBerk Canberk, Istanbul
Technical University, Turkey*

*Best Regards*
*Moayad Aloqaily, Ph.D., SMIEEE, P.Eng.*
*http://icnetlab.org/MA/ <http://icnetlab.org/MA/>*
*http://artifitialleap.ai/ <http://artifitialleap.ai/>*

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