Call for Papers

Download the full CfP: 2015-M4IOT-CFP.txt

The Internet of Things (IoT) paradigm enables the development of new services and mass market applications in multiple domains such as mobile marketing, social networks, smart cities, health care, and business processes. These applications consume high-level context data computed by processing and filtering numerous raw context data collected from the physical environment.

Those applications are based upon cooperating services, which have to be designed and dynamically composed. For instance, those services manage heterogeneous context data, distribute both processing and flows of data, manage the quality of context for appropriate decision-making, enhance privacy of personal context data, and identify situations from data coming both from the IoT and from knowledge bases.

Providing context-aware applications in the IoT necessitates the interaction of numerous heterogeneous services deployed in a multiscale complex distributed architecture.

Specific topics of interest of the workshop include but are not limited to:

  • Middleware to transport and transform data from tiny sensors to context-aware applications
  • Composition and interoperability of IoT services
  • Distribution of IoT services among mobile devices, sensors and computers in the cloud
  • Complex Event processing for the IoT
  • Services on the cloud for the IoT
  • Middleware for context-awareness and location-awareness
  • Models and middleware to provide IoT services to context-aware applications
  • Testbeds for context-aware applications in the IoT
  • Semantic web services for the IoT
  • Discovery and capability matching for the IoT
  • Privacy and QoC (Quality of Context) aware capabilities for the IoT

Workshop chairs

  • Danny Hughes, Leuven University, Belgium
  • Chantal Taconet, Télécom SudParis, France
  • Sébastien Leriche, ENAC - University of Toulouse, France
Contact: m4iot.2015 *AT*