Call for Chapters - CRC Press 2024 : Internet of Things: Challenges and Advances
Call For Papers
Over the past decade, the Internet of Things (IoT) has become increasingly prevalent in diverse areas, including industry, agriculture, lifestyle, healthcare, and even military applications. Every day, new IoT technologies and applications continue to emerge. However, for the IoT to be efficiently adopted, it is crucial to keep up with the recent technological advancements and understand the associated challenges. Moreover, it is important to examine the social and sustainability aspects that arise from introducing such a disruptive model. Additionally, ensuring governance measures are in place while prioritizing privacy and compliance with data protection regulations is essential for gaining global acceptance of the IoT. The goal of this project is to encourage researchers and practitioners to share their experiences and recent work on the subject matter. This book aims to analyze the state-of-the-art of IoT and its evolution over time. It will explore recent developments as well as challenges that have emerged (or persisted) over the years. Moreover, the book will explore ways in which technologies like 5G, edge computing, blockchain, artificial intelligence, big data, digital twins, and VR/AR intersect with IoT. The book will also feature real-world examples of IoT implementations that offer valuable perspectives for both academia and industry.
- To address IoT challenges and implementation issues.
- To explore the emerging trends in the IoT.
- To highlight and discuss the recent developments and technological advances in IoT.
- To propose new models and practical solutions for IoT.
- To present case studies and innovative applications of IoT.
This book is tailored for graduate students, academics, and researchers engaged in the study of IoT, computer science, networks and telecom engineering, distributed computing, applied sciences, and business innovation. Additionally, it serves as a valuable resource for industry professionals and policymakers engaged in the implementation and regulation of IoT projects.
CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group
The book will be sent to Scopus and Web of Science
Topics of interest (all in the context of IoT) include, but are not limited to:
- Introduction to Internet of Things (addressing its evolution over the past 20 years)
- Overview of IoT Challenges and Open Issues
- Overview of IoT Advances and Emerging Trends
- Cybersecurity and IoT
- Zero Trust Architecture
- Overview of Intrusion/Anomaly Detection in IoT Networks
- Visual Analytics
- Voice Recognition
- Edge Intelligence
- Digital Twins
- Embedded Machine Learning (TinyML)
- Energy Harvesting and Management
- Overview of common IoT hardware development platforms such as Milk-V, SiFive, BeagleV
- Big Data
- Industrial IoT and predictive maintenance
- IoT in Education
- IoT in Space
- Internet of Medical Things
- Innovative and exemplary applications (i.e., real-life implementations)
- Real-life case studies and success stories (discussing before and after situations, best practices, and lessons learned)
- Research based of technical reports and interviews with IoT experts and market leaders
- Novel models and solutions
Researchers, practitioners, and policymakers are invited to submit their chapter proposals for an initial evaluation of their suitability for inclusion in this book. A typical proposal should encompass the following:
- A minimum of six keywords
- An extended abstract
- A tentative outline of the chapter, detailing how the authors intend to address the subject matter.
- Author bios, affiliations, contact information, and Google Scholar URLs should be provided.
Abstracts alone are not accepted. Proposals that do not meet these criteria will not be accepted.
- There are NO submission or processing fees for the accepted manuscripts.
- All manuscripts must be original and not concurrently under consideration by other books, journals, or conferences.
- Chapters that have plagiarism, self-plagiarism, or AI content will not be accepted.
- All manuscripts will be reviewed by the book editor as well as a board of expert reviewers before a decision is made.
- Authors of accepted chapters will receive a free copy of the book after publishing.
- Contributors may submit multiple proposals if they wish.
- Inquiries, Proposals, and chapters should be sent to the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Proposal Submission (extended): March 10, 2024
- Proposal Review Notification: March 12, 2024
- Full Chapter Submission: April 28, 2024
- Full Chapter Acceptance/Revision Notification: June 15, 2024
- Final Version Deadline (Camera-Ready): July 01, 2024
- Submission to Publisher: September 2024
An ideal chapter is expected to comprise approximately 20 pages. Authors are required to proofread and polish their proposals and chapters before submission.
The publisher will provide its template later, and authors of accepted chapters will be required to format their manuscript in accordance with the publisher's guidelines, as we will deliver camera-ready chapters to them.
- Dr. Qusay Hassan, Mansoura University, Egypt