IoT International Conference IoTBD 2016

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IoTBD_2016
The International Conference on Internet of Things and Big Data – IoTBD 2016
Website:www.iotbd.org
April23–25, 2016
Rome, Italy
The first edition of the IoTBD Conference (International Conference on Internet of Things and Big Data) organized by INSTICC (Institute for Systems and Technologies of Information, Control and Communication) will take place from 23 to 25 April 2016 in Rome, Italy.
IoTBD 2016 will be held in conjunction with CSEDU 2016, SMARTGREENS 2016, WEBIST 2016, CLOSER 2016, VEHITS 2016 and COMPLEXIS 2016.

About INSTICC

INSTICC is the Institute for Systems and Technologies of Information, Control and Communication, a scientific, non-profit, association whose main goals are to serve the international scientific community by promoting, developing and disseminating knowledge in the areas of information systems and technologies, control and communications.
To achieve these goals, INSTICC is committed to integrate and support many activities relevant for the international scientific community, including:
  • Promotion of the mobility of renowned researchers, usually involved as keynote speakers at INSTICC events, so that they can share their knowledge with conference delegates;
  • Providing grants to support the presence of many young researchers from all over the world, especially from regions facing economic difficulties, who wish to attend INSTICC conferences;
  • Publication of proceedings, books and journals – some of them in cooperation with distinguished international publishers – widely indexed and made available at appropriate digital libraries;
  • Sponsorship of research projects, proposed by universities and R&D institutes, related to INSTICC main interest areas;
  • Collaboration with international associations, who may technically  co-sponsor INSTICC events, as well as with companies involved in R&D or supporting of the international academic community.
Over the years, these initiatives have brought together a large and very diversified international community spread over more than 141 countries, including more than 500 high profile keynote speakers, over 15600 specialized reviewers and about 46000 authors.

CALL FOR PAPERS

Regular Papers
Paper Submission: January 5, 2016
Authors Notification: February 5, 2016
Camera Ready and Registration: February 19, 2016
Position Papers
Paper Submission: February 8, 2016
Authors Notification: February 24, 2016
Camera Ready and Registration: March 4, 2016
Workshops
Workshop Proposal: January 6, 2016
Workshop
RAMMMNets
Paper Submission: January 20, 2016
Authors Notification: February 5, 2016
Camera Ready and Registration: February 22, 2016
Workshop
DataDiversityConvergence
Paper Submission: January 22, 2016
Authors Notification: February 10, 2016
Camera Ready and Registration: February 24, 2016
Workshop
SCBDDM
Paper Submission: January 20, 2016
Authors Notification: February 5, 2016
Camera Ready and Registration: February 22, 2016
Doctoral Consortium
Paper Submission: February 16, 2016
Authors Notification: February 24, 2016
Camera Ready and Registration: March 4, 2016
Special Sessions
Special Session Proposal: January 22, 2016
Tutorials, Demos and panels
Tutorial Proposal: February 26, 2016
Open Communications
Paper Submission: February 16, 2016
Authors Notification: February 24, 2016
Camera Ready and Registration: March 4, 2016
Forums
Paper Submission: February 16, 2016
Authors Notification: February 24, 2016
Camera Ready and Registration: March 4, 2016

KEYNOTE LECTURES

Ling Liu, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
Peter Sloot, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands;
Complexity Institute Singapore, Singapore; ITMO St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
Verena Kantere, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Donald Ferguson, Columbia University, United States
Mohammed Atiquzzaman, University of Oklahoma, United States
SchahramDustdar, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
IoTBD CONFERENCE CHAIR
Victor Chang, Leeds Beckett University, United Kingdom
PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS
Muthu Ramachandran, Leeds Beckett University, United Kingdom
Gary Wills, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
Robert Walters, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
Víctor Méndez Muñoz, UniversitatAutònoma de Barcelona, UAB, Spain
CONFERENCE AREAS:
Each of these topic areas is expanded below but the sub-topics list is not exhaustive. Papers may address one or more of the listed sub-topics, although authors should not feel limited by them. Unlisted but related sub-topics are also acceptable, provided they fit in one of the following main topic areas:

AREA 1: INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT)

  • Network Design and Architecture
  • Software Architecture and Middleware
  • Mobile Services
  • Data and Knowledge Management
  • Context-awareness and Location-awareness
  • Security, Privacy and Trust
  • Performance Evaluation and Modeling
  • Networking and Communication Protocols
  • Machine to Machine Communications
  • Intelligent Systems for IoT and Services Computing
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Social Implications for IoT
  • Future of IoT and Big Data

AREA 2: INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) SMART CITY AND INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS

  • Technological focus for Smart Environments
  • Next Generation Networks
  • Smart City Examples and Case Studies
  • Data Analysis and Visualization for Smart City, Green Systems and Transport Systems
  • Architecture for secure and interactive IoT
  • Intelligent Infrastructure and Guidance Systems
  • Traffic Theory, Modeling and Simulation
  • Sensor Networks, Remote Diagnosis and Development
  • Transportation Management
  • Pattern Recognition and Behavioral Investigations for Vehicles, Green Systems and Smart City

AREA 3: BIG DATA RESEARCH

  • Big Data fundamentals – Services Computing, Techniques, Recommendations and Frameworks
  • Modeling, Experiments, Sharing Technologies & Platforms
  • SQL/NoSQL databases, Data Processing Techniques, Visualization and Modern Technologies
  • Analytics, Intelligence and Knowledge Engineering
  • Data Center Enabled Technologies
  • Sensor, Wireless Technologies, APIs
  • Networking and Social Networks
  • Data Management for Large Data
  • Security, Privacy and Risk
  • Software Frameworks (MapReduce, Spark etc) and Simulations
  • Modern Architecture
  • Volume, Velocity, Variety, Veracity and Value
  • Social Science and Implications for Big Data

AREA 4: BIG DATA AND COMPLEX BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE

  • Smart City and Transportation
  • Education and Learning
  • Business, Finance and Management
  • Large-scale Information Systems and Applications
  • Energy, Environment and Natural Science Applications
  • Social Networks Analysis, Media and e-Government
  • Proofs-of-concepts and Large-scale Experiments
  • Risk Modeling, Simulation, Legal Challenges
  • Open data: Issues, Services and Solutions
  • Earth Science Simulation and Processing
  • GPUs and Visualization
  • Case Studies of Real Adoption
  • Biomedical Experiments and Simulations
  • Healthcare Services
  • Health Informatics
  • Cancer and Tumor Studies with Big Data
  • DNA Sequencing
  • Brain, Heart and Organ Simulations and Processing
  • Volume, Velocity, Variety and Veracity for Biological Science

AREA 5: EMERGING SERVICES AND ANALYTICS

  • Health Informatics as a Service (HIaaS) for any Type of Health Informatics, Computation and Services
  • Big Data as a Service (BDaaS) including Frameworks, Empirical Approaches and Data Processing Techniques
  • Big Data Algorithm, Methodology, Business Models and Challenges
  • Security as a Service including any Algorithms, Methodology and Software Proof-of-concepts
  • Financial Software as a Service (FSaaS) including Risk and Pricing Analysis; Predictive Modeling
  • Education as a Service (EaaS) including e-Learning and Educational Applications
  • Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) including Workflows and Supply Chain in the Cloud
  • Software Engineering Approaches, including Formal Methods, Agile Methods and Theoretical Algorithms for Cloud
  • Natural Science as a Service (NSaaS) including Weather Forecasting and Weather Data Visualization
  • System Design and Architecture
  • Mobile APIs, Apps, Systems and Prototype
  • Gaming as a Service (GaaS)
  • Framework (conceptual, logical or software)
  • Analytics as a Service (AaaS) for any Types of Analytics
  • Electronic, Logic, Robotic and Electrical Infrastructure, Platforms and Applications
  • Energy-saving and Green IT Systems or Applications
  • Middleware and Agents for Cloud, Grid and Cluster Computing
  • Integration as a Service (data; service; business; federated clouds)
  • Scheduling, Service Duplication, Fairness, Load Balance for SaaS and Analytics
  • Tenant Application Development including Customization, Verification, Simulation, and testing on SaaS and Analytics
  • IaaS, PaaS and SaaS quality of service (QoS), security, reliability, availability, service bus mechanisms
  • Social Networks and Analytics
  • User Evaluations and Case Studies
  • IaaS, PaaS and SaaS, Big Data and Analytics demonstrations and Research Discussions from Computing Scientists, Business IS Academics and Industrial Consultants
  • Wireless Systems and Applications
  • e-Government, e-Commerce, e-Science and Creative Technologies for IoT and Big Data
  • Any emerging services

PROGRAM COMMITTEE
http://www.iotbd.org/ProgramCommittee.aspx
Please check further details at the conference website:http://www.iotbd.org/

Event Sponsors

INSTICC – Institute for Systems and Technologies of Information, Control and Communication
INSTICC is Member of:
FIPA – The Foundation for Intelligent Physical Agents
OMG – Object Management Group
WfMC – Workflow Management Coalition
In Cooperation with:
IET – The Institute of Engineering and Technology
Logistics Partner:
SCITEVENTS – Science and Technology Events