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IoTime 2022 : 1st International Workshop on the Internet of Time-Critical Things (IoTime)


When Oct 26, 2022 - Nov 11, 2022
Where Virtual (Yokohama, Japan
Submission Deadline Jul 25, 2022
Notification Due Aug 8, 2022
Categories    network   distributed systems

Call For Papers

We cordially invite you to submit your paper to the 1st International Workshop on the Internet of Time-Critical Things (IoTime 2022)

Held in conjunction with the IEEE 8th World Forum on Internet of Things
( on 26 October–11 November 2022 (Yokohama, Japan).

Website: //

- **EXTENDED** Submission deadline: 1̶1̶ ̶J̶u̶l̶y̶ ̶2̶0̶2̶2̶ ̶ 25 July 2022
- Acceptance Notification: 8 August 2022 (planned)
- Camera-Ready Paper Submission Deadline: 21 August 2022 (planned)
- Conference days: 26 October–11 November 2022
- Workshop day: TBD


Original, unpublished contributions are solicited in time-critical applications for the Internet of Things. Time is a crucial and sensitive matter in most IoT-based systems and applications. Smart factories, mobile and collaborative robots, autonomous systems, and virtual/mixed reality are a few examples of the next wave of applications that rely on accurate time and bounded (low) latency computing and communications. The IoTime Workshop looks for cutting-edge approaches in the IoT vertical - from sensors to applications - in which time plays a significant factor.

- Real test-beds, proof-of-concept, pilot site descriptions, and industry experience for Time-Critical IoT-based systems
- Time-sensitive networking (TSN), Wireless TSN, and ultra-low latency, high-reliability communications
- Digital Twins to support time-critical networking in Industrial IoT
- Time-Critical IoT Applications
- Machine learning solutions and approaches for time-critical IoT-based systems
- Orchestration and Placement of computing and networking resources in the IoT Computer Continuum (Edge/Clod)
- Performance Evaluation of time-critical IoT systems
- Reference Architectures for Time-Critical Things
- Management and Monitoring for Time-Critical Applications in IoT
- Efficient computing approaches for time-critical systems to decrease latency and computer resource usage
- Caching policies, strategies, and architectures at the network edge for time-critical IoT systems

- Submission deadline: 13 June 2022
- Acceptance Notification: 8 July 2022
- Camera-Ready Paper Submission Deadline: 31 July 2022
- Conference days: 26 October–11 November 2022


Papers can be submitted at, choosing ‘A Technical Paper,’ then in the field ‘First choice of paper assignment’ select 'Workshops' and choose 'Work-09' in the track field. PaperS should be six (6) pages in length. The conference allows up to two additional pages for a maximum length of eight (8) pages with payment of extra page charges once the paper has been accepted.


General Chairs:
- Carlos Kamienski, Federal University of ABC, Brazil (
- Dave Cavalcanti, Intel Corporation, USA (

Technical Program Co-Chairs
- Ivan Zyrianoff, University of Bologna, Italy (
- Daniel Macedo Batista, University of São Paulo (
- Antonio Virdis, University of Pisa (

Publicity Chair
- Lorenzo Gigli, University of Bologna, Italy ( )

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