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CoWPER 2016 : CoWPER, Toward A City-Wide Pervasive EnviRonment Workshop

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Link: http://www.ieee-secon.org/cowper
 
When Jun 27, 2016 - Jun 27, 2016
Where London
Abstract Registration Due Mar 20, 2016
Submission Deadline Mar 27, 2016
Notification Due Apr 20, 2016
Final Version Due May 11, 2016
Categories    networks   communications   IOT   cloud
 

Call For Papers

CoWPER, Toward A City-Wide Pervasive EnviRonment
))))) In conjunction with SECON 2016(((((

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27 - 30 June 2016, LONDON - UK

Web link: www.ieee-secon.org/cowper
EDAS submissions: https://edas.info/N22207

Important dates
Abstract Registration: March 20th, 2016
Submission deadline: March 27th, 2016
Notification of acceptance: April 20th, 2016
Camera Ready: May 11th, 2016
Program: June 1st, 2016
Accepted papers will be published on IEEE Xplore

Scope
The increasing availability of smart objects will radically change our cities. It is in fact a common opinion that, in the near future, our cities will be populated by a potentially higher number of devices that actively participate to the execution of pervasive and advanced services. Being massively distributed into the environment, such devices may generate, collect, exchange and process big data, provide distributed services, offer computational resources, and cooperate to perform some tasks locally, as well as to delegate the their execution to more powerful nodes in the infrastructure or at the network edge.

At the same time, end-user mobile devices are becoming more and more pervasive. In many countries, the number of mobile cellular subscriptions greatly overcomes the current population (even more than +150%). Furthermore today’s smartphones/devices are provided with increasing sensing/communication/computation capabilities and they are capable to produce fine-grained context-information by properly analysing/mining the data produced by embedded sensors, such as accelerometer, gyroscope, microphone, etc.

In this futuristic scenario the citizens with their smartphones, tablets and portable devices, will assume the very special role of information prosumers (PROducers and conSUMERS). In fact, they will be constantly connected with whatever surroundings them and they will be formidable information consumers. At the same time, citizens roaming around the city may be considered as mobile probes that, by making uses of cyber and physical data accessible by smartphones, will analyze the situation and will produce reports to the community. Furthermore the citizen’s smartphones will actively contribute in creating the communication infrastructure by forwarding data coming from surrounding devices thus partially relieving the communication infrastructure from the heavy burden of the huge amount of data produced in the envisioned scenario.

All in all, cities are going to become a new complex ecosystem which has the potentiality to offer many amazing features and support innovative application. Unfortunately, fully exploiting, managing and accessing that ecosystem are still far to be fully viable and their fulfillment surely poses a formidable challenge.

The CoWPER workshop aims to solicit contributions on novel algorithms, methodological studies and experimentations on how to enable the formerly described ecosystem. Specifically, on how devise a city-wide networking infrastructure capable to efficiently guarantee communication in the new envisaged ecosystem, to manage the complexity of heterogeneous devices and access technologies, and to guarantee robust, ubiquitous, and secure connectivity over the urban environments.

In line with such objectives, original contributions are solicited in topics of interest including, but not limited to, the following:
• Models of network components’ interactions on a smart-city
• Self-organizing wireless networks for pervasive urban access;
• Distributed Sensing and Control in Smart Cities;
• Mobile-aware cloud computing models, infrastructures, and approaches for smart cities
• Smartphone-based sensing systems, tools, applications in Smart City environments;
• Smartphone and mobile systems and applications;
• Cyber-physical interactions with smartphones;
• Crowd sourcing in smart cities;
• IoT architectures and middleware for smart cities;
• Novel communication protocols for M2M Communications;
• Device-2-Device Communications (D2D);
• Dynamic trust management models for Smartphone based networks and applications;
• Cooperation incentive models for Smartphone based networks and applications;
• Reliability, Security, Privacy and Trust in smart cities ecosystems;
• Business model to promote users collaboration and resources sharing in smart cities ecosystems;
• Testbed demonstrating the feasibility of Smartphone based networks and interaction with Cyber physical Systems;
• Applications, Business, Standards, and Social Issue;
• Cooperative Smart Objects supporting Wireless Networks Interoperability and Management

All accepted papers will be published by the IEEE Computer Society Conference Publishing Services and IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
Submission Instructions:
Prospective authors are invited to submit original technical paper by the deadline of 27th March 2016. Submissions will be accepted through EDAS (https://edas.info/N22207). All submissions must be written in English and be at most six (6) printed pages in length, including figures.
For full details, please visit the following website: http:www.ieee-secon.org/cowper
TPC Co-Chairs
Valeria LOSCRI', Inria Lille-Nord Europe, FUN, France
Giuseppe RUGGERI, Universityof Reggio Calabria, Italy
Zhengguo SHENG, University of Sussex, UK.
Athanasios, VASILAKOS, Lulea University of Technology Sweden

(Potential) TPC Members
DavideAdami - CNIT-University of Pisa, Italy
Jesus Alonso-Zarate - CTTC: Centre TecnològicTelecomunicacions Catalunya, Spain
Luca Bedogni - Univesity of Bologna – Italy
Orazio Briante - Universityof Reggio Calabria, Italy
Marcos FagundesCaetano - Universityof Brasilia, Brasil
Claudia Campolo - Universityof Reggio Calabria, Italy
Marco Di Felice - University of Bologna,Italy
Yaser P. Fallah - West Virginia University (WVU), USA
HassanGhasemzadeh - Washington State University, USA
Stefano Giordano - Universityof Pisa, Italy
XipingHu - The university of British Columbia, Canada
Antonio Iera - Universityof Reggio Calabria, Italy
Hao Liang - University of Alberta, Canada
Annamaria Mandalari - Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M), Spain
Pietro Manzoni - Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain
Liang Ma - IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, NY, USA
NathalieMitton - Inria Lille-Nord Europe / FUN, France
Antonella Molinaro - Universityof Reggio Calabria, Italy
Enrico Natalizio - Compiegne Technology University, France
Sotiris Nikoletseas - University of Patras and CTI, Greece
SemaOktug -Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Al-Sakib Khan Pathan -International Islamic University (IIUM),Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
TahiryRazafindralambo - Inria Lille-Nord Europe / FUN, France
Pratap Kumar Sahu - University of Montreal, Canada
Anna Maria Vegni - Universityof Roma Tre, Italy
RangaRaoVenkatesha Prasad - EWI – TUDelft, The Netherlands

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