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IoTCA 2019 : Call for Book Chapters(Springer Nature) - Internet of Things (IoT): Concept and Applications


When Jun 21, 2019 - Aug 31, 2019
Where NA
Abstract Registration Due Jul 10, 2019
Submission Deadline Aug 15, 2019
Notification Due Aug 31, 2019
Final Version Due Sep 15, 2019
Categories    computer science   internet of things   smart cities   cloud computing

Call For Papers

Dr. Mansaf Alam,
Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science,
Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, India

Dr. Kashish Ara Shakil
Assistant Professor, College of Computer and Information Sciences
Princess Nora Bint AbdulRahman University
Saudi Arabia(KSA)

Ms. Samiya Khan
Senior Researcher, Department of Computer Science,
Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, India

The emergence and rise of Internet of Things (IoT) promises to revolutionize the way humans lead their lives by connecting all the devices that we possibly use to a common network, the Internet. Some of these devices include sensors, home appliances, health monitoring devices and any device that produces quantifiable data. This concept has given birth to unlimited application areas that use the interactions between humans and devices to build inferences and make predictions for improving the quality of life and optimizing the use of existing resources.
A recent survey of McKinsey has shown that the number of deployed IoT devices is expected to reach one trillion by 2025. Moreover, the economic impact of this technology on world economy can be assessed from the fact that it is expected to capture 11% of the same by the end of 2025. With that said, Internet of Things, as a technological paradigm, suffers from several challenges that must be addressed before its vision can be realized. Some of the evident challenges include identification and development of architectures that can meet the scalability requirements of the IoT ecosystem. Data and resource management along with the need to maintain the security and privacy of the system also remain prevalent, in addition to several others.
All the devices that fall under the umbrella of Internet of Things are commonly referred to as smart devices. Therefore, the concept of IoT acquires and integrates data from these smart devices. Furthermore, this data is stored and processed to generate useful analytics. The vision of IoT is to visualize the world as a collection of connected entities. The most obvious application of such a paradigm is smart city as the connected nature of the city is expected to make resources management simpler. Among other applications of IoT, healthcare and
infrastructure management are frontrunners because of their need for real-time solutions in critical scenarios. In addition, there are a plethora of applications that can be developed and commercialized for human use.
The objective of this book is to explore the concepts and applications related to Internet of Things with the vision to identify and address existing challenges. Besides this, it shall also provide future research directions in this domain. This book is meant for students, practitioners, industry professionals, researchers and faculty working in the field of Internet of Things and its integration with other technologies to develop integrated, comprehensive solutions to real-life problems.

Recommended Topics:
This book will be accepting contributions from various fields. The tentative table of contents is as follows –
Part I: Introduction
Part II: Internet of Things (IoT) Architecture
Chapter 1. Scalable Architectures for IoT
Chapter 2. Cloud Computing for IoT
Chapter 3. Interaction Protocols and Autonomy Management
Chapter 4. Open Service Platforms for IoT
Part II: Solutions and Enablers for IoT
Chapter 5. Programming systems
Chapter 6. Smart Infrastructures
Chapter 7. Devices: Management and Optimization
Chapter 8. Data Management for IoT Applications
Part III: IoT Challenges and Issues
Chapter 9. Security and Identity Management for IoT Systems
Chapter 10. Robustness and Reliability
Chapter 11. Privacy Challenges and Solutions
Chapter 12. Management Policies and Cryptography Solutions
Part IV: The IoT World of Applications
Chapter 13. IoT Applications for Social World
Chapter 14. IoT for Crowd Sensing and Crowd Sourcing
Chapter 15. Mobile Computing and IoT
Part V: IoT for Smart Cities
Chapter 16. Intelligent environment Protection
Chapter 17. Smart Agriculture
Chapter 18. Intelligent Healthcare solutions
Chapter 19. Intelligent Infrastructure Management
Chapter 20. Smart Education
Chapter 21. Smart Manufacturing
Chapter 22. Smart Logistics
Chapter 23. Smart Retailing
Chapter 24. Intelligent Disaster Management

Submission Procedure:
Academic scientists, researchers and industrial practitioners are invited to submit chapter proposal for this edited book entitled " Internet of Things (IoT): Concept and Applications " to be published in Springer Nature.
All submissions must be original and should not be under review by another publication. Authors should make sure that their submission has 15% or lower similarity as per iThenticate or Turnitin. All submitted chapter will be reviewed on a double-blind, peer review basis. The book chapters should contain 15-20 pages of content as per the Springer format.

Manuscript Preparation:
Please prepare the manuscript according to the following guidelines:

How to Submit:
Submission of chapter(s) via e-mail only:

Important Dates:
Abstract Submission: 10th July 2019
Full Chapter Submission: 15th August 2019
Notification to Authors: 31st August 2019
Submission of the Revised Versions: 15th September 2019
Final Acceptance Notification: 30th September 2019

Dr. Mansaf Alam
M:+91 9810650497
Department of Computer Science,
Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, India

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