The International IoT Conference is IFIP's flagship event for research, innovation, and application of the Internet of Things. Now in its 7th year, it takes place on the SophiaTech campus of the Université Côte d'Azur (French Riviera), France. As IoT is by nature multidisciplinary, the conference covers a wide range of topics.

The areas of interest range from communication network protocols and embedded systems to data analysis and machine learning algorithms, as well as social, legal, ethical, and economic aspects.

All these aspects aim to enable a wide range of services in areas such as e-health, mobility, energy, manufacturing, smart cities, and agriculture, to name but a few. IoT deployment must also consider security, privacy, and the social aspects of networking, which must be studied in detail to guarantee real added value for IoT users.

IFIP IoT conferences address this wide range of topics. Papers present technical advances, research into major issues, innovations, results from pilot sites and policy issues. Perspectives come from researchers, users, user organizations, the ICT industry, authorities, and regulators.

Submission deadlines

  • IFIP IoT Conference: May 17, 2024 June 01,2024
  • GRAAL4IoT workshop: August 25, 2024

News & Updates

17 May 2024 - Call For Papers extended.
16 May 2024 - Registration is now open.
15 May 2024 - Technical Committee updated.
28 Apr 2024 - Call For Papers GRAAL4IoT Workshop updated.
08 Apr 2024 - Registration fees are available. Registration will open soon.
02 Apr 2024 - General updates
28 Mar 2024 - Call For Papers GRAAL4IoT Workshop announced.
24 Mar 2024 - Call For Papers announced.
24 Feb 2024 - Venue & Hotel information announced.

Call For Papers

Proceedings of the IoT conference will be published by Springer under the series Advances in Information and Communication Technology. Proceedings will be submitted for indexing in SCOPUS and Web of Science. Previous editions are already indexed in SCOPUS.


This conference is made possible thanks to the contributions of