Workshop Topics


NOTE: See proposed date below or contact Workshop chairs for more details


In this emergent Connected World/Web of Things dynamic environment, where technology evolves rapidly and thus data sources change formats at all the time, there is a strong requirement to integrate multiple information sets. This describes the necessity to be interoperable at the data/event level so that it becomes easier to combine/aggregate data/event coming from heterogeneous data sources. This raises also the challenge of being able to look up/discover data source and relevant data.

Semantic Web has been identified as one of the most popular methods and technologies that in combination with communication services enlighten the convergence and interoperability. However, there are yet gaps to ensure semantic interoperability in a Connected World also to ensure cross-domain interworking: Healthcare, Wellbeing, Smart Ageing, Smart Cities, Agriculture, and Industrial Internet.

Relevant related topics for this workshop include, but are not limited to:

• Semantic/non-semantic methods, models, and formats for interoperability,
• Linked Data approaches for World/Web of Connected Things data integration,
• Information frameworks/systems and models for data exchange,
• Knowledge representation and connected World/Web domain models.
• Architectural building blocks and their ability to be integrated into multi-tiered systems
• Cross-domain semantics and cross-domain Interoperability models
• Design and development of Connected World/Web of Things systems;
• Data analytics for Connected World/Web of Things applications;
• Streaming data integration and complex events processing;
• Sensor data management, actuation and smart behaviour;
• Security/privacy/trust in a Connected World/Web of Things;
• Supporting web of things implementations with semantic web technologies;
• Marketplaces for semantic/non-semantic interoperable systems, applications and services;
• Use-cases and implemented applications demonstrators and proof of concepts;
• Alignment between different description models for Services/Resources/Entities;
• Standardization, Communities and Initiatives;


The above list is not exhaustive, and we would like to encourage participants to be creative.


Preparing and Submitting Your Papers:


  • Conference format: 

Paper Submission Deadline: extended 05 October 2022

Notification of Acceptance:  by 19 October 2022

Camera-ready Submission Deadline:   October 26, 2022

Workshop Date: 7 November 2022


Papers will be published in IoT Conference Proceedings


Submissions are Open:      

       Paper Submission via Easychair                                               

The submission Web page for CWSI 2022 is


Workshop: 7 November 2022

Submitted papers will be peer reviewed by independent experts in the field.

Papers for the workshop must be submitted via the EasyChair system, written in English, and contain original material that has not been  published or and is not currently undergoing review elsewhere. Papers should not exceed 8 double-column pages, including figures and references. 

Papers must use the new ACM article template (when using the overleaf ACM template choose the sample-sigconf.tex file and add on the top the following command: \documentclass[sigconf, review, anonymous]{acmart}).

Papers will be peer-reviewed by at least three experts from the technical program committee following a double-blind review process (i.e.  The papers will be evaluated based on relevance, soundness, novelty, and potential impact.

Accepted papers will be listed on DBLP and published via the ACM Digital Library. Cases of plagiarism or multiple submissions will be subject to disciplinary action as per ACM rules and regulations.

Accepted  Authors for workshop Presentation Talks will register to IoT-Conference at the Registration page.


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