Call For Papers RDS
Full Paper Due - 16 May 2023
Notification of Acceptance - 17 June 2023
Camera ready version - 01 July 2023
The IFIP International Internet of Things (IoT) Conference offers Research Demo Sessions
where researchers showcase their work in a practical and interactive way. Unlike traditional academic presentations,
research demo sessions allows researchers to present their research in a hands-on manner, often using prototypes,
software demonstrations, or other interactive tools to illustrate their findings.
Research demo sessions provide an opportunity for researchers to engage with their audience in a more direct and tangible way.
They may include live demonstrations of software or other technologies, interactive exhibits, or other activities that allow
attendees to experience the research first-hand.
The goal of research demo sessions at IFIP IoT 2023 is to provide a more engaging and interactive way for researchers to
share their work with others. By allowing attendees to interact with their research directly, researchers can
demonstrate the practical applications and benefits of their work in a more impactful way. Research demo sessions can also
facilitate discussions and collaborations between researchers, industry professionals, and other stakeholders,
leading to new insights, ideas, and potential research directions.
The IFIP IoT Conference addresses this wide variety of topics. Papers are sought to show
technical advancements, research on major questions, innovation, pilot site results and
policy issues. Perspectives might be from the people and organizations involved, like
researchers, users, user organizations, the ICT industry, authorities, and regulators.
Contributions are sought in the following areas:
- Hardware/Software Solutions for IoT and CPS (HSS): The Hardware/Software Solutions for IoT and CPS (HSS) track focuses on the integration of hardware and software technologies to enable the development of efficient and scalable systems for the IoT and CPS. This track will explore topics such as system architecture, energy-efficient hardware design, low-power communication protocols, software optimization for resource-constrained devices, and security and privacy issues. Additionally, this track will highlight recent advancements and future research directions in the field of IoT and CPS, including machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques, edge computing, and cloud-based systems.
- Electronics and Signal Processing for IoT (ESP): The Electronics and Signal Processing for IoT (ESP) track focuses on the design and development of electronic devices and signal processing techniques for IoT applications. This track will cover a broad range of topics, including sensor design, low-power electronics, wireless communication, and embedded systems. The ESP track will also explore signal processing techniques such as signal acquisition, filtering, compression, and analysis.
- Networking and Communications Technology for IoT (NCT): The Networking and Communications Technology for IoT (NCT) Technology track focuses on the latest advancements and innovations in the field of IoT and focus should be on IoT networking, wireless and wired communication technologies, protocols, standards, and applications.
- Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Technologies for IoT (AMT): The Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Technologies for IoT (AMT) track focuses on the integration of AI and ML techniques for IoT applications. This track will cover a broad range of topics including the development of intelligent algorithms, big data analytics, and decision-making frameworks for IoT systems. The track will also explore the use of AI and ML for predictive maintenance, anomaly detection, and optimization of IoT systems. The AI and ML track will highlight advancements and challenges in the field of IoT systems and their integration with AI and ML techniques.
- Cyber Security/Privacy/Trust for IoT and CPS (SPT): The Cyber Security/Privacy/Trust for IoT and CPS (SPT) track focuses on the security and privacy challenges of IoT and CPS systems. This track will cover a broad range of topics including cyber threats, privacy breaches, data breaches, and unauthorized access to IoT and CPS systems. The track will also explore solutions for securing IoT and CPS systems, including cryptographic techniques, security protocols, intrusion detection, and prevention mechanisms. Additionally, this track will discuss the challenges of maintaining trust and privacy in IoT and CPS systems and the importance of ethical considerations.
- IoT or CPS Applications and Use cases (APP): The IoT or CPS Applications and Use cases (APP) track is focused on exploring the real-world applications and use cases of IoT and CPS technology. The track will bring together experts and professionals from various industries to discuss the challenges, opportunities, and innovative solutions for utilizing IoT and CPS to improve various domains such as healthcare, transportation, energy, agriculture, and others.
IFIP-IoT technical program will include contributed papers and contributions from invited
speakers. It will have keynotes, plenary talks, tutorials, technical sessions,
sessions, expert panels, research demo session (RDS), and a student research forum
IFIP-IoT solicits submissions of full papers as well as short (poster) paper. Submitted full
papers must be original, unpublished, and not submitted to another conference or journal for
consideration. Poster presentations will have to be student papers.
Proposals for special sessions can be submitted through online system.
Manuscripts in PDF format with author information (optional) should be submitted using the link.
All papers must be written in English. Full papers should be at most 18 pages long in total
including references and appendices. The paper should be intelligible without having to read
the appendices. Poster presentations should be at most 8
pages. Submissions should not be
anonymized. Authors must follow the Springer formatting instructions for the IFIP AICT
series, see here .
At least one author of each accepted paper must register by the early registration date and
present the paper. Poster presentations will have to be presented by the student(s).
Accepted submissions after peer-reviewing will be presented at the conference and included
in the pre-conference book to be published in the IFIP Advances in Information and
Communication Technology (AICT) Series by Springer Nature. Proceedings will be submitted for
indexing in SCOPUS and Web of Science.
The copyright form from Springer can be found
. Template provided here
should be used to format the paper submission.
For paper submissions go to EDAS.
Selected papers from IFIP-IoT 2023 program will be invited for submission to special
of peer-reviewed SCOPUS indexed journals (e.g., Springer Nature Computer Science SNCS
journal) as has been done in the past editions.