Molly Hankwitz lives in San Francisco, California. She founded the design and research collaboration, Archimedia in 1998 with writer/filmmaker, David Cox. She has contributed to international media arts culture for fifteen years. In 2010, she co-...
Submission deadline of IoT 2012 extended to May 15, 2012.
The paper submission deadline of the 3rd International conference on the Internet of Things (IoT 2012,) has been extended to May 15, 2012. IoT 2012 conference will take place on Oct. 24-26, 2012 at Wuxi, China
The IoT connects a vast number of heterogeneous smart objects that cooperate to support manifold applications. This requires efficient use of scarce resource in order to adapt to a dynamically changing environment. Users, applications, and devices compete for resources such as processing time, memory, communication bandwidth, and sensors/actuators. Access among them will need to be constantly and dynamically negotiated.
Supporting IoT architectures, protocols, and technologies should be open, distributed and scalable, and integrate heterogeneous devices ranging from tiny sensors and actuators to mobile devices and large computers. Standardized infrastructures capable of managing, sharing, and processing these captured data will be necessary in order to bring the IoT into commercial use.
The conference solicits original and previously unpublished research and industrial papers. Submissions should be prepared in the IEEE format (up to 8 pages). The paper submission is done via EDAS.
IoT 2012 Topics of Interest
1 IoT architectures and system design
2 IoT networking and communication
3 Circuit and system design for smart objects in the IoT
4 Novel IoT services and applications for society/corporations/ individuals
5 Emerging IoT business models and corresponding process changes
6 Cooperative data processing for IoT
7 Social impacts such as security, privacy, and trust in the IoT
Call for Papers
INTERNET OF THINGS 2012
3rd International Conference on the Internet of Things
October 24 - 26, 2012,