NEST 2014 : 3rd International Symposium on Networked Embedded System for Internet of Things
Call For Papers
The 3rd IEEE International Symposium on Networked Embedded Systems for Internet of Things (NEST'14) will be held in Aizuwakamatsu, Japan on September 23th, 2014.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to revolutionize the way we interact with devices at work, home, or public spaces. By providing network connectivity to embedded devices, everyday objects will be able to interact with each other, introducing new services and opportunities to end users.
Networked Embedded Systems have been applied to tackle a wide range of significant problems in various domains. However, current approaches often lack consideration of how networked embedded systems should be developed in IoT era. NEST aims to gather the best in current expertise in this field, to drive research into the integration of embedded systems and IoT and promote the use of networked embedded systems to address critical practical problems.
Topics of Interest
The objective of the symposium is to present state of the art research results on Networked Embedded System technologies in rapidly growing area of Internet of Things. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Networked Embedded Systems
Embedded system architectures
Energy management and harvesting
Hardware/software co-design and design automation
Application-specific processors and devices
Reconfigurable computing systems
Embedded system software and optimization
Architecture modeling and simulation methodology
Wireless communication and networks
Middleware and peer-to-peer computing
Integration of networked embedded systems into Internet
Communication systems and network architectures for IoT
Internet of Things
Design of future sustainable technologies linking the physical and virtual world
Novel services and applications to facilitate environmental responsibility
Emerging IoT business models and process changes
Experience reports from the introduction and operation of networked things in areas such as healthcare, logistics & transport
Emerging applications and interaction paradigms for everyday citizens
Social impacts and consequences, such as security, privacy, opportunities and risks
Performance evaluation and measurement of real systems
Papers are solicited in the IEEE proceedings format with up to six (6) pages. Papers in PDF format must be submitted via EDAS by using the following URL: http://edas.info/N15643.
All submissions must be original prior unpublished work and not under review elsewhere. All papers will be reviewed and selected based on their originality, merit, and relevance to the symposium. Accepted papers must be presented at the symposium, and will be published by IEEE Computer Society, which will be included in the Computer Society Digital Library CSDL and IEEE Xplore. All CPS conference publications are also submitted for indexing to EI’s Engineering Information Index, Compendex, and ISI Thomson’s Scientific and Technical Proceedings, ISTP/ISI Proceedings, and ISI Thomson. All accepted papers will be also invited to a journal special issue after extension.
Song Guo, The University of Aizu, Japan
Peng Li, The University of Aizu, Japan