Workshop Topics

NEWS! Post-proceedings Workshop on Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science

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: Smart Cities, Agriculture, Healthcare, and Industrial
Internet.

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

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

 

Camera Ready version: 5th November 2017

Prof-reading with Workshop Feedback version:  31st October 2017

Pre-Final version & Slides presentation:  21st October 2017

Submission Deadline: 21st August 2017  Extension of Submission!! NEW Deadline: 31st August 2017

Notification of Authors: 28th August 2017 Due to the Extension of Submissions: 7th September 2017

Registrations are Open:      Authors can use IoT-Conference Registration Fee  

                                                       Attendees can use IoT-Conference Workshop Day Fee 

                                                       http://iot-conference.org/iot2017/registration/

Workshop: 22 October 2017

 

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

Post-workshop proceedings will be published in the Springer series Lecture Notes on Computer Science (LNCS) – TBC.

Authors are invited to submit original unpublished work, not currently under review by another conference, workshop, or journal.
Full papers are limited to 12 pages max and minimum of 8 pages according to the Springer LNCS formatting style, including text, figures, and references
The IoT-CWSI is using easy chair, the submission link and further instructions are available as follow:

 

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