The aim of the EAI Endorsed Transactions on Internet of Things (TIoT) is to provide an ideal environment for crystallising original results and achievements in the Internet of Things domain. TIoT scope encompasses all areas related to the technologies and application fields related to IoT. In particular, original and outstanding results related to the research, development and implementation aspects of any technological, economical and sociological field that bears a significant relationship and impact on IoT.
While pursuing a rigorous scientific approach, TIoT will provide a voice to different communities, and will foster synergies between different fields. Computer Science disciplines closely related to IoT, such as Modelling, Networking, Embedded Devices and Security, will integrate novel results with Governance, Economical and Social studies in order to provide a clear and unifying vision for the upcoming IoT.
We invite submissions that present significant results in theoretical and experimental analysis and evaluation of technologies with specific areas including, but not limited to, networking for constrained devices, business models and applications, modelling, architectures and system design for smart objects, cooperative data processing for IoT, social impact of novel IoT technologies, security for embedded devices, semantic and behavioural aspects of interconnected devices.
The scope of the Transactions encompasses latest advances in the growing field of the Internet of Things (IoT), with the topics of interest being:
Technologies & Protocols: sensors, energy harvesters, RFID, machine-type communications, medium access protocols, radio resource management, industrial control, real-time systems, embedded software design.
Architectures & Services: cloud-based platforms, big data processing engines, security, privacy, device management, CPS/SCADA platforms, innovative/open service architectures, data mining, service middleware, semantic service management.
Applications & Use Cases: smart cities, smart buildings, smart traffic, industrial internet of things, smart metering, smart agriculture, etc.
Standardisation Landscape: IEEE, IETF, 3GPP, ETSI, and various alliances.
Experimentation & Prototypes: real-world deployments at scale, industrial deployments, experiences with prototypes (including what didn’t work), etc.
Special Issue Editors: Pietro Manzoni (Universitat Politècnica de València), Ombretta Gaggi (University of Padova)
Call for Papers: Special issue on: IoT in developing countries (Submission deadline: April 30th, 2018) (Submission deadline: 10 August, 2018)
Pietro Manzoni received the MS degree in computer science from the “Università degli Studi” of Milan, Italy, in 1989, and the PhD degree in computer science from the “Politecnico di Milano”, Italy, in 1995. He is currently a full professor of computer science at the “Universitat Politècnica de València”, Spain in the Department of Computer Engineering. His research activity is related to mobile wireless data systems design, modelling, and implementation, particularly oriented to Intelligent Transport Systems and Smart Cities. He published more than 300 scientific papers, 80 of them in international journals with impact; his H-index is 30 according to Google Scholar. He has been actively involved in the organization or in the technical committee of various scientific conference and journals. He collaborates with various international academic and industrial research centres. He is a member of the IEEE.
Ombretta Gaggi received the M.S. degree cum laude in Computer Science in December 1998 from University Ca’ Foscari of Venice. In 2003, she received her PHD in Computer Science from the Consortium of Universities of Bologna, Padova and Venice. From April 2003 to March 2006 she was a Post-doc fellow at the Department of Computer Science of Ca' Foscari University in Venice. Ombretta Gaggi is currently a Assistant Professor at the University of Padova. Her researcher interests include serious games, multimedia document and application design, web technologies and cross-platform development of mobile applications. She is serving as reviewer and program committee member in international conferences.
Claudio E. Palazzi received the M.S. degree in computer science from University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), Los Angeles, CA, USA, in 2005; the Ph.D. degree in computer science from University of Bologna (UniBO), Bologna, Italy, in 2006; and the Ph.D. degree in computer science from UCLA, in 2007. He was an Assistant Professor with the Department of Mathematics, University of Padua, Padua, Italy, from 2007 to 2010. He is currently an Associate Professor with the Department of Mathematics, University of Padua. He is active in various technical program committees in prominent international conferences and has co-authored over 120 papers in international conference proceedings, books, and journals in his research topics. His research interests include protocol design and analysis for wired/wireless networks, with an emphasis on network-centric multimedia entertainment and vehicular networks.