Very Large Internet of Things (VLIoT 2018)

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International Workshop on
Very Large Internet of Things (VLIoT 2018)
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The International Workshop on Very Large Internet of Things (VLIoT 2018)

In conjunction with VLDB 2018

Aims of the Workshop

An increasing number of real-world objects are becoming accessible and manageable through the Internet. According to CISCO, the number of these devices will reach 50 billion by 2020, forming a very large Internet of Things (VLIoT). This massive number of "smart" objects will cooperate with each other, have their own metadata, and may continuously produce new data (in form of events, sensor data, or actuator states). Data management will be a major challenge in the very large Internet of Things. Hence, efficient IoT infrastructure and technologies must be developed to handle masses of IoT data with high performance. This will include: new techniques to filter and store relevant data; efficient replication approaches for objects with constrained resources in order to increase availability and durability; new protocols for voting about decisions among objects; and smooth integration of heterogeneous objects.

The goal of this workshop is to bring together academic researchers and industry practitioners working in the field of IoT and to allow them to report and exchange their findings addressing these challenges. This workshop also intends to discuss other closely-related technologies such as Nanotechnology, Fog-, Edge-, and Dew-Computing for IoT. The ideas of Fog, Edge and Dew Computing may indeed solve or attenuate the problems of a very large Internet of Things (w.r.t. performance, energy-efficiency, as well as security and privacy aspects).

Types of Papers

The workshop welcomes contributions describing original ideas, promising new concepts, and practical experience. In particular, we solicit papers of different types:

  • Research Papers proposing new approaches, theories or techniques related to Internet of Things, including new data structures, algorithms, whole systems, and frameworks. They should make substantial theoretical and empirical contributions to the research field.

  • Experiments and Analysis Papers focusing on the experimental evaluation of existing approaches including data structures and algorithms for Internet of Things and bring new insights through the analysis of these experiments. Results of experiments and analysis papers can be, for example, showing benefits of well-known approaches in new settings and environments, opening new research problems by demonstrating unexpected behavior or phenomena, or comparing a set of traditional approaches in an experimental survey.

  • Application Papers reporting practical experiences on Internet of Things applications. Application papers might describe specific application domains in the IoT such as smart homes/offices/cities, continuous health care, waste management, emergency response, intelligent response, and Industry 4.0.

  • Vision Papers identifying emerging or future research issues and directions, and describing new research visions in the IoT area that may have a great impact on our society.

Topics of Interest

We welcome papers on the following and other relevant topics:

  • Semantic IoT
  • Privacy-by-design and security-by-design in IoT
  • System architectures for IoT, e.g.

    • things-centric,
    • data-centric,
    • event-centric, and
    • service-centric.

  • IoT applications including:

    • smart homes/offices/cities,
    • waste management,
    • health care,
    • emergency response, and
    • intelligent shopping.

  • Nano Technology including:

    • Nano Networks,
    • Nano communication,
    • Nano applications,
    • Nano computing, and
    • Internet of Nano Things.

  • IoT programming toolkits and frameworks
  • IoT prototypes and evaluation test-beds
  • IoT data mining and analytics
  • IoT management and interoperability
  • Management of IoT streams
  • Enabling technologies and standards for the IoT
  • Spatial and temporal reasoning for IoT
  • Sustainability of IoT platforms, e.g. business models for deployment and maintenance
  • Societal challenges and IoT, e.g. urban planning and decision making tools
  • Ownership of data in IoT scenarios
  • Fog, Edge and Dew Computing for IoT
  • IoT benchmarks and performance measurement
  • Indexing and search in IoT environments
  • IoT transactions, concurrency control and recovery
  • Hardware accelerators and energy savers for IoT applications and core infrastructure
  • IoT discovery of devices, services and data

Important Dates

Time Schedule
Submission (extended): May 7, 2018
Notification: May 31, 2018
Workshop: 31st August 2018

Diversity Considerations of the Program Committee

We have currently recruited 21 PC members and chairs listed below who are experts in the topics of interest of our workshop. The current PC members and chairs are selected from 15 nations all over the world as shown also by the map below. While most PC members are from academia, we have 1 experts also from industry (5%). 5 of the PC members and chairs are women (24%).

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Program Committee Chairs

Program Committee

  • Whai-En Chen, National Ilan University, Taiwan
  • Lorena Etcheverry, Universidad de la República, Uruguay
  • Mirian Halfeld Ferrari, Université d' Orléans, France
  • Aidan Hogan, Universidad de Chile, Chile
  • Andrew Hudson-Smith, University College London, UK
  • Abdessamad Imine, INRIA-LORIA Nancy Grand-Est, France
  • Peiquan Jin, University of Science and Technology of China, China
  • Verena Kantere, National Technical University of Athens
  • Abdelmajid Khelil, Landshut University of Applied Sciences, Germany
  • Jan Lindström, MariaDB Corporation, Finland
  • Uden Lorna, Staffordshire University, UK
  • Riccardo Martoglia, University di Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
  • Cédric du Mouza, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, France
  • Luis Muñoz, University of Cantabria, Spain
  • Daniel Cardoso Moraes de Oliveira, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil
  • Elaheh Pourabbas, National Research Council of Italy, Italy
  • Sherif Sakr, School of Computer Science and Engineering University of New South Wales, Australia, and King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, Saudi Arabia
  • Mu-Chun Su, National Central University, Taiwan
  • Marco Vieira, University of Coimbra, Portugal

Evaluation of Papers

To verify the originality of submissions, we will use Plagiarism Detection Tools to check the content of the submitted manuscripts against previous publications.

Papers will be evaluated according to the following aspects:

  • Relevance to the Workshop
  • Novelty and practical impact
  • Technical soundness
  • Appropriateness and adequacy of:
    • Literature review
    • Background discussion
    • Analysis of issues
  • Presentation, including:
    • Overall organization and structure
    • Correctness of English language
    • Readability

Accepted Papers

  • Markus Endler, Francisco Silva e Silva:
    Past, Present and Future of the ContextNet IoMT Middleware
    Publication
  • Sheriton Valim, Matheus Zeitune, Bruno Olivieri, Markus Endler:
    Middleware Support for Generic Actuation in the Internet of Mobile Things
    Publication
    Slides
  • Ahmed E. Khaled, Wyatt Lindquist, Abdelsalam (Sumi) Helal:
    Service-Relationship Programming Framework for the Social IoT
    Publication
  • Hannes Grunert, Andreas Heuer:
    Query Rewriting by Contract under Privacy Constraints
    Publication
  • Jonathan Fürst, Mauricio Fadel Argerich, Kaifei Chen, Ernö Kovacs:
    Towards Adaptive Actors for Scalable IoT Applications at the Edge
    Publication
    Slides
  • Anne H.H. Ngu, Po-Teng Tseng, Manvick Paliwah, Christopher Carpenter, Walker Stipe :
    Smartwatch-based IoT Application Development
    Publication
  • Cíntia Borges Margi, Renan C. A. Alves, Gustavo A. Nunez Segura, Doriedson A. G. Oliveira:
    Software-Defined Wireless Sensor Networks approach: southbound protocol and its performance evaluation
    Publication
  • Xin Liu, Mai Abdelhakim, Prashant Krishnamurthy, David Tipper:
    Identifying Malicious Nodes in Multihop IoT Networks using Dual Link Technologies and Unsupervised Learning
    Publication
  • Florian-Lennert Lau, Kristof Stahl, Stefan Fischer:
    Techniques for the Generation of Arbitrary Three-Dimensional Shapes in Tile-Based Self-Assembly Systems
    Publication
  • Gunther Ardelt, Christoph Külls, Horst Hellbrück:
    Towards intrinsic molecular communication using isotopic isomerism
    Publication
  • Igor Miladinovic, Sigrid Schefer-Wenzl:
    Dynamic Allocation of Smart City Applications
    Publication
    Slides
  • Laurent d'Orazio, Julien Lallet:
    Semantic Caching Framework: An FPGA-Based Application for IoT Security Monitoring
    Publication

Program

Session 1 (Welcome, Keynote/ContextNet)

Time Type Description
9:00: welcome Workshop Chairs:
Short Welcome (Second Edition of the Very Large Internet of Things Workshop (VLIoT))
Editorial
9:05: keynote Markus Endler (PUC-Rio):
Past, Present and Future of the ContextNet IoMT Middleware
Abstract: The Internet of Things with support to mobility is already transforming many application domains, such as smart cities and homes, environmental monitoring, health care, manufacturing, logistics, public security etc. in that it allows to collect and analyze data from the environment, people and machines, and to implement some form of digital control or steering on these elements of the physical world. But in order to speed the development of applications for the Internet of Mobile Things (IoMT), some middleware is required. This keynote summarizes seven years of research and development on the ContextNet middleware aimed at IoMT, discusses what we achieved and what we have learned so far. We also share our vision of possible future challenges and developments in the Internet of Mobile Things.
Bio: Dr. Endler is Associated Professor at PUC-Rio and Principal Investigator of LAC. He is also member of the steering Committee of INCT InterSCity. His research interests include mobile and pervasive distributed systems and IoT, stream processing and reasoning, and Emotive Computing.
10:00: paper Sheriton Valim, Matheus Zeitune, Bruno Olivieri, Markus Endler:
Middleware Support for Generic Actuation in the Internet of Mobile Things
Publication
Slides
10:30: break Coffee Break

Session 2 (IoT Middleware)

Time Type Description
11:00: paper Ahmed E. Khaled, Wyatt Lindquist, Abdelsalam (Sumi) Helal:
Service-Relationship Programming Framework for the Social IoT
Publication
11:30: paper Hannes Grunert, Andreas Heuer:
Query Rewriting by Contract under Privacy Constraints
Publication
12:00: paper Jonathan Fürst, Mauricio Fadel Argerich, Kaifei Chen, Ernö Kovacs:
Towards Adaptive Actors for Scalable IoT Applications at the Edge
Publication
Slides
12:30: lunch Lunch Break

Session 3 (Applications and Networking Issues)

Time Type Description
14:00: paper Anne H.H. Ngu, Po-Teng Tseng, Manvick Paliwah, Christopher Carpenter, Walker Stipe :
Smartwatch-based IoT Application Development
Publication
14:30: paper Cíntia Borges Margi, Renan C. A. Alves, Gustavo A. Nunez Segura, Doriedson A. G. Oliveira:
Software-Defined Wireless Sensor Networks approach: southbound protocol and its performance evaluation
Publication
15:00: paper Xin Liu, Mai Abdelhakim, Prashant Krishnamurthy, David Tipper:
Identifying Malicious Nodes in Multihop IoT Networks using Dual Link Technologies and Unsupervised Learning
Publication
15:30: break Coffee Break

Session 4 (Nano Computing and Vision Papers)

Time Type Description
16:00: paper Florian-Lennert Lau, Kristof Stahl, Stefan Fischer:
Techniques for the Generation of Arbitrary Three-Dimensional Shapes in Tile-Based Self-Assembly Systems
Publication
16:30: paper Gunther Ardelt, Christoph Külls, Horst Hellbrück:
Towards intrinsic molecular communication using isotopic isomerism
Publication
17:00: paper Igor Miladinovic, Sigrid Schefer-Wenzl:
Dynamic Allocation of Smart City Applications
Publication
Slides
17:15: paper Laurent d'Orazio, Julien Lallet:
Semantic Caching Framework: An FPGA-Based Application for IoT Security Monitoring
Publication
17:30: break End of Workshop

Manuscript Preparation

Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished research papers that are not being considered for publication in any other forum.

Accepted papers will be published online in the Open Journal of Internet of Things (OJIOT). OJIOT is an open access journal, and the proceedings will hence be highly visible to all interested readers.

Manuscripts should be submitted electronically as PDF files using this webpage and be formatted using the word or latex templates of the Open Journal of Internet of Things (OJIOT). Research papers as well as experiments and analysis papers should have between 6 and 15 pages, application papers between 6 and 12 pages and vision papers between 4 and 12 pages.

It is expected that at least one author of an accepted paper registers to the workshop and presents the contributions. Additionally an open-access publication fee of 98 Euro (special rate) is to be paid for each accepted paper to the publisher of Open Journal of Internet of Things (OJIOT).

Submission

The submission is currently closed. Please check our Important Dates page.

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Editions

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