Eclipse SAM IoT Conference on Security, Artificial Intelligence, and Modelling for the Next-Generation Internet Of Things
The adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) is drastically increasing in every application domain, contributing to the rapid digitalization of contemporary society. Current IoT scenarios are characterized by constantly increasing demands in terms of non-functional requirements, from low latency to high reliability, dependability, and dynamic resources allocation. This paradigm shift, also considered as the next evolutionary phase of IoT, is expected to create numerous opportunities for the technology market supporting applications in multiple areas, i.e. Smart Factories, Smart Cities, Critical Infrastructures, Cooperative Service Robotics, etc. To cope with these demanding requirements, a multitude of novel technologies – such as Edge Computing, Artificial Intelligence and Analytics, Digital Twin, as well as Security, Privacy and Trust schemes – are being investigated in order to be adopted in current IoT architectures standards, identifying efficient integration schemes with proper design patterns. Hence, designing and managing the next generation of IoT-based systems is set to become even more complex.
Call for Papers
The Eclipse SAM IoT conference will bring together industry experts and researchers working on the next generation IoT, especially focussing on Security and Privacy, Artificial Intelligence, and Modelling. You will be invited to present your results to participants from the research community, industry and standardisation bodies and to exchange ideas for future joint research activities. We welcome all submissions and do not require projects to be associated with the Eclipse Foundation or its projects. Final date for submissions is *22 July 2020*.
More details can be found at this link: https://events.eclipse.org/2020/sam-iot/call-for-papers/
If you wish to participate, you are welcome to send me your interest to submit a paper and a tentative title.
Feel free also to propose names for joining the Technical Program Committee, if you would like to support as a reviewer.