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IoTime 2023 : 2st International Workshop on the Internet of Time-Critical Things

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Link: https://wfiot2023.iot.ieee.org/2nd-international-workshop-internet-time-critical-things-iotime-2023
 
When Oct 12, 2023 - Oct 17, 2023
Where Aveiro, Portugal
Submission Deadline Jun 18, 2023
Notification Due Jul 16, 2023
Final Version Due Aug 6, 2023
Categories    computer science   networking   internet of things   time-critical systems
 

Call For Papers

We cordially invite you to submit your paper to the 2nd International Workshop on the Internet of Time-Critical Things (IoTime 2023). IoTime Workshop is dedicated to exploring cutting-edge approaches in the entire IoT vertical, encompassing sensors towards applications, where time plays a vital role.


Held in conjunction with the 9th IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things (IEEE WFIoT2023) (https://wfiot2023.iot.ieee.org/) in Aveiro, Portugal, from 12–27 October 2023, IoTime Workshop provides a premier platform for researchers, practitioners, and industry experts to exchange ideas and present their latest advancements in time-critical applications for the Internet of Things. Collaborative robots, smart factories, autonomous systems, and virtual/mixed reality are just a few examples of the domains where accurate time and bounded latency computing and communications are crucial.


- Website: https://wfiot2023.iot.ieee.org/2nd-international-workshop-internet-time-critical-things-iotime-2023
- Submission deadline: 18 June 2023
- Acceptance Notification: 16 July 2023 (planned)
- Camera-Ready Paper Submission Deadline: 6 August 2023 (planned)
- Conference days: 12–27 October 2023
- Workshop day: TBD



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CALL FOR TECHNICAL PAPERS
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Original, unpublished contributions are solicited in time-critical applications for the Internet of Things.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 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 whole IoT vertical - from sensors to applications - in which time plays a significant factor.

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TOPICS
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We invite submissions on the following topics (but not limited to):

- Real test-beds, proofs-of-concept, pilot site descriptions, and industry experience where time plays a crucial role.
- Time-sensitive networking (TSN), Wireless TSN, 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)
- Edge AI solutions, models, and applications for IoT applications to optimize or enable applications in which time plays a crucial role
- 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

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SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS
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Papers can be submitted at https://www.scomminc.com/pcm/wfiot/wfiot.cfm. Please choose 'A Technical Paper' and select 'Workshops' as the first choice of paper assignment. In the track field, choose 'Work-05.' Please choose 'A Technical Paper' and select 'Workshops' as the first choice of paper assignment. In the track field, choose 'Work-05'. Submitted papers should be six (6) pages in length, with the possibility of extending up to eight (8) pages after acceptance with payment of extra page charges.

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ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
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General Chairs:
- Carlos Kamienski, Federal University of ABC, Brazil (cak@ufabc.edu.br)
- Dave Cavalcanti, Intel Corporation, USA (dave.cavalcanti@intel.com)
- Ivan Zyrianoff, University of Bologna, Italy (ivandimitry.ribeiro@unibo.it)
- Daniel Macedo Batista, University of São Paulo (batista@ime.usp.br)
- Antonio Virdis, University of Pisa (antonio.virdis@unipi.it)

Publicity Chair
- Lorenzo Gigli, University of Bologna, Italy (lorenzo.gigli@unibo.it)

We look forward to your submissions and to welcoming you at the 2nd International Workshop on the Internet of Time-Critical Things (IoTime 2023) in Aveiro, Portugal.

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