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WIOT’ 2017 : International Workshop on Internet of Things and TV White Spaces


When Jan 12, 2017 - Jan 13, 2017
Where Pune, India
Submission Deadline Nov 30, 2016
Notification Due Dec 10, 2016
Final Version Due Dec 20, 2016
Categories    communications   computer science & engineering   networking   wireless

Call For Papers

Technically Co-sponsored by:

IEEE Communications Society Pune Chapter
IEEE Computer Society Pune Chapter
University of Pune


Internet of Things (IoT) is emerging as new paradigm in the development and deployment of Internet, and also seen as a next generation of ICT evolution. It is forecasted that in near future, IoT will change everything, including every aspect of our lives because of its direct impact on communication, education, healthcare, environment, infrastructure, manufacturing, energy, food, transport, business, science, community, humanity and many more. In IoT, things would be seamlessly integrated in information frameworks, sharing data and creating the knowledge intelligently. Wireless networks are likely to be key technologies for the IoT. In addition to the use of licensed spectrum for wireless networks, it is important to explore other technical solutions and frequency bands to ensure that the IoT is allowed to flourish. Utilization of TV White Spaces (TVWS) is one of the challenges for such applications which requires co-operation between industry and government authorities for the efficient use of spectrum. It will be vital to ensure the sufficient spectral resources to support a wide range of devices, technologies, and applications. Use of white spaces would also help in bridging the gap of digital divide by providing the Internet connectivity at affordable cost to the underprivileged communities in the developing nations.

After a grand success of IEEE co-sponsored International Conference on Internet of Things and Applications ( organized in January 2016, now we have planned an International Workshop on Internet of Things and TV White Spaces (WIOT’ 2017) to provide a platform for the focused and distinguished professionals from Industry, academia and Government organizations working in the field of IoT and TVWS to share and discuss the latest advances, challenges faced by various ecosystem players and coming up with possible approaches for developing countries. The workshop would feature keynotes, tutorials, workshops, oral, and poster paper presentations.

Venue: Maharashtra Institute of Technology, Pune, India
Dates of Workshop: January 12 – 13, 2017

Topics (but not limited to):

• Architectures, Testbeds and Deployments
• Metrics, Measurement and Management
• Devices Platforms, Sensors, Control and Actuators
• Wireless Sensor Networks
• Coexistence and Interference
• Scalability, Density, and Heterogeneity Challenges
• Resource Constrained Nodes
• Smart Antenna Systems/MIMO
• Network Clustering and Cooperative Schemes
• Protocols and Algorithms
• Energy Harvesting
• Modeling and Simulation
• Software Defined Networking
• Ubiquitous Computing
• IoT-Cloud Integration
• Big Data for IoT
• Standards and Societal Impact
• Social Internet of Things
• Context and Location Aware Applications
• Fault Tolerance and Survivability
• Reliability, Safety, Security and Privacy
• Body Area Networks
• Wellness and In body Sensors
• Emotion Sensing
• Industrial and Equipment Monitoring
• Smart City Applications
• Crowd Sensing and Management
• Disaster Recovery and Management
• Smart Grids and Energy Management
• Intelligent Transport Systems and Applications
• Agriculture and Green Houses
• IoT based e-Commerce
• Innovative Applications
• Cognitive Radio Architectures
• Spectrum Sensing and Management.
• Dynamic Spectrum Access and Allocation
• Measurements and Modeling of Spectrum Usage
• Software Defined Radio
• Coding and Interference Mitigation
• Spectrum Sharing and Opportunistic Spectrum Usage
• Game Theoretic Modeling of CRN
• TV White and Grey Spaces
• Geolocation and other Databases for CRN
• Routing in CRN
• Cooperative Communications for CRN
• Security and Privacy in CRN

Workshops/Tutorials Submission Guidelines:

Proposals are invited from groups or individuals interested to host workshops and tutorials on workshop theme and relevant fields. The purpose of workshops and tutorials is to provide an opportunity for participants from academia, industry, government and other related parties to present and discuss novel ideas on current and emerging topics relevant to theme. We encourage workshops that bring together people working on new and developing research topics that stimulate highly interactive discussions. Tutorial proposals are encouraged that go in-depth into topics of interest to the Internet of Things and TVWS community.

The proposer should seek funding for travel and accommodation their own. The organizers would provide venue and registration support. However, partial expenses of some the proposers those who do not have sufficient funding may be borne by the organizers on case to case basis, and subject to availability of funds. Please submit proposals containing following information in MS Word/PDF format (2 to 3 pages) to,

• Title and Acronym of Activity:
• Requested Duration (2 Hrs/Half day or Full day):
• Abstract (Up to 200 words, to be used for the website):
• Description of the Workshop/Tutorial Content and Themes:
• Names, Affiliation, Homepage, Short Biographies, and Contact Information:
• Proposed Plan of the Workshop/Tutorial: (Approximate timeline and type of activities: presentations, panels, discussions, demos, etc.):
• Intended Audience and Expected Number of Participants:
• How the funding would be acquired from external sources for conducting workshop/tutorial:
• Any Other Information:

Paper Submission Guidelines:

Prospective authors are invited to submit original technical papers for presentation and publication in workshop proceedings. Papers submitted to WIOT’ 2017 must not have been published, submitted, or accepted for publication elsewhere. Papers are to be submitted electronically via EasyChair Conference Management System ( The submissions should not exceed six pages and should follow the IEEE double-column format for conferences. Detailed instructions, templates and guidelines for electronic submission are available on The papers presented in the workshop would be published in the form of workshop proceedings. If the paper is accepted, at least one of the authors will be required to register and attend the workshop to present the paper.
Important Dates:

• Workshop/Tutorial Proposal /Paper Submission Deadline: November 30, 2016
• Acceptance Notification: December 10, 2016
• Camera-Ready Manuscript: December 20, 2016
• Last Date for Accepted Paper’s Author(s) Registration: December 20, 2016
• Last Date for Workshop Attendee (Non-Author) Registration: January 5, 2017
• Dates of Workshop: January 12 – 13, 2017

Workshop Contact:

Dr. Bharat S. Chaudhari
Dept of Electronics and Telecommunication
Maharashtra Institute of Technology
S124, Paud Road
Kothrud, Pune – 411038, India

Telephone: +91 20 30273400, 3027-3070
FAX: +91 20 25442770

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