Submissions Due - 4 October 2019
Notification of Acceptance - 6 October2019
With the exponential growth of the number of devices and sensors connected to Internet and their increasing levels of embedded intelligence, more and more challenges emerge, including organizational structures, collaborative cyber-physical ecosystems, end-user development, self-organizing systems, distributed decision making, collective adaptive and cognitive systems, behavioural models, systems resilience, handling big data, etc. The IFIP IoT Conference addresses this wide variety of aspects. Papers will show technical advancements, research on major questions, policy issues, and so on. Perspectives will be from the people and organizations involved (users, user organizations, ICT professionals, ICT industry, authorities / regulators) and from the phase of an IoT system or component (development, production / manufacturing, implementation, maintenance, management, use).
The second edition held in Tampa, Florida, will have expert attendees from academia, industry, as well as government. This is an excellent opportunity for doctoral students conducting dissertation research in the broad area of IoT space, to get invaluable feedback from the experts.
We invite a two (2) page extended abstract from PhD students to be considered for presentation at the PhD Forum. Submitted abstracts must be original, unpublished, and not submitted to another conference. The authors should email their abstract in PDF format by the deadline to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
It is important to note that the proposed abstract should be an overview of entire dissertation work (likely with some unfinished portion). Abstracts based on a single research problem will be at a disadvantage.
Accepted submissions will be presented by the student author at the conference as a poster and have an option of either to publish the poster or an extended abstract (up to 6 pages) included in the post-conference edited book published in the IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology (AICT) series by Springer Nature. See here
All abstracts must be written in English. Submissions should not be anonymized.
Authors must follow the Springer formatting instructions. Each paper will receive at least 3 reviews. At least one author of each accepted paper must register by the early registration date indicated on the conference website and present the paper.
For more information visit the congress website
or feel free to contact Leon Strous at email@example.com or Srinivas Katkoori at firstname.lastname@example.org