First International Workshop on "Architectures and solutions for security and dependable services in the Internet of things and Internet of everything"

(Co-located with the Eighth International Conference on Innovative Computing Technology (INTECH 2018)
Luton, UK
August 15-17, 2018
Also @ Baghdad, Iraq
May 07-08, 2018
(Technically Co-sponsored by IEEE, UK & RI)

The Internet of things is undoubtedly the new revolution in the digital world. The applications of the IoT will have large implications in our daily lives and production processes. However, to this date, there is no yet consensus on architectures, procedures, protocols, security and privacy enforcing mechanisms, and support for quality of service. The years to come will see important efforts for interoperability, standardization, regulation and certification of IoT services. Architectures, models, interfaces, and protocol design play an important role in infrastructure design for the IoT. Major players in technology are currently developing business models and their own proprietary solutions. International standardization bodies are also addressing architectural issues for the future IoT. In addition, new physical and resource management technologies such as 5G are envisioned that will enable massive implementation of IoT solutions with reduced delay, improved capacity, and higher energetical efficiency. There are many open issues on which architecture models, interfaces, and protocols will coexist in the future IoT. Many of the stakeholders are the new technological framework. There is, therefore, a huge need to investigate the best solutions, compare the existing approaches, identify open issues, and evaluate the roadmap for IoT.
Contributing papers are suggested to cover one or more (but not limited to) of the following sub-topics:

– Middleware solutions for IoT
– Security-enhanced architectures and services in IoT
– Wireless sensor networks for IoT
– Security for wireless connections in IoT
– Wireless architectures for IoT
– Standard architectures and interoperability
– Business processing modeling in smart city IoT applications
– Industrial IoT
– Radio resource management issues in wireless IoT
– Semantics and ontology solutions
– Resource discovery mechanisms
– Routing and addressing issues
– Data representation, fusion and aggregation algorithms
– Quality of service specification
– Scalability issues
– Business plan for architectural frameworks
– UML models and architectural views
– Wireless sensor network architecture for IoT
– Big data and cloud computing solutions for IoT
– Regulation framework for secured connected objects
– RFID hybrid architectural solutions
– Certification challenges for IoT
– Risk evaluation for IoT applications
– Governmental views of services and social impact
– Privacy solutions in IoT
– Cloud computing advances and architectures
– System level simulation of IoT and 5G systems
– Information models and protocol stack design 
– Cross-layer algorithms and optimization 
– Encryption and coding for IoT
– Phi layer security for wireless IoT
– Hybrid wireless and wireline sensor network architectures
– Industrial applications for IoT
– Automotive wireless sensor networks
– Applications in railway for smart city and internet of things
– M2M support in IoT
– Redundancy and reliability enhancing mechanism in industrial IoT systems
– Ad hoc multi-hop wireless ITO
– IPv6 solutions for ITO
– 6LowPAN enhanced solutions
– New architectural design paradigms for IoE
– Relation between ITO, 5G, Big data, cloud computing, and M2M
– Service oriented architectures for IoT
– Model-driven approaches for architecture design

Important Dates

Submission of papers: April 01, 2018 (for Iraq) June 01, 2018 (for London)
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection: April 20, 2018 (for Iraq) July 01, 2018 (for London)
Camera Ready: May 01, 2018 (for Iraq) August 01, 2018 (for London)
Registration: May 01, 2018 (for Iraq) August 01, 2018 (for London)
Conference: May 07-08, 2018 (for Iraq) August 15-17, 2018 (for London)

We invite submissions up to 8 pages in IEEE format. Submissions should be made via the conference website. The program committee will select papers based on topical relevance, technical contribution and general interest to the community.

Workshop Chair

Ramiro Sámano Robles,  Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Portugal


Submissions at-