Call For Papers

Final Submission Guideline

Accepted Full paper Authors. Please kindly follow the instruction below when preparing your final submission. Recall that the final manuscript must be uploaded by Aug. 14 ->DELAYED: by Aug.23 due to the technical issues of the registration system.

  1. Revise manuscript based on the review received
  1. Please ensure the following instructions are followed:
    1. Do not include page numbers.
    2. Do not include headers or footers.
    3. The final version of a paper must be submitted in PDF format.
  1. Use the (free) IEEE PDF eXpress service to perform all verification checks. This ensures the final PDF version of your paper is compatible with IEEE Xplore®.
    1. Select the New Users – Click Here. (Previous Users of PDF eXpress or IEEE PDF eXpress Plus need to follow the below steps, but should enter the same password that was used for previous conferences. Verify that your contact information is valid.)
    2. Enter the following: 36448XP for the Conference ID, your email address, a password.
    3. Continue to enter information as prompted.
    4. An Online confirmation will be displayed and an email confirmation will be sent verifying your account setup.
    5. login to PDF eXpress (Conference ID: 36448XP) and create your camera-ready for final submission.
    6. The file returned by the PDF check will be labeled within its document properties as being “Certified by IEEE PDF eXpress” with an exact date and time stamp. The certified file is the file that should be submitted to the conference.
  1. Register for the conference.
    1. See information posted on the Registration page on this site.
    2. An author of an accepted paper is required to register for the conference at the full rate, and must present the paper at the conference. Registration fees must be paid prior to uploading the final IEEE formatted, publication-ready version of the paper. For authors with multiple accepted papers, one full registration is valid for up to one paper.
    3. Input the EDAS paper ID of your paper during the registration process.
    4. Upon completion of a paid registration, an email message with the registration code will be sent to the registrant. This registration code must be entered into EDAS during the uploading process.
  1. Upload the final, camera-ready version of your paper (certified by IEEE PDF eXpress) to EDAS.
    1. Login to EDAS.
    2. Enter your conference registration ID by clicking “Registration code” link in your paper status.
    3. Click on “©” beside your paper. On the next page, click on “IEEE Copyright Submission” Button at the page. This redirects you to the IEEE eCopyright website.
    4. Proceed to the IEEE eCopyright site, answer the questions, complete the form, and “submit”.
    5. Return to EDAS.
    6. Click on “upload” beside your paper.
    7. Check the box acknowledging the IEEE policy on plagiarism.
    8. Click browse and navigate to the PDF file processed by IEEE PDF eXpress that you saved on your computer.
    9. Click “submit”.
    10. Verify that the PDF in EDAS is the file that was uploaded.

Call for Papers

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The rapid advancement and ubiquitous penetration of mobile network, web based information creation and sharing, and software defined networking technology have been enabling sensing, predicting and controlling of physical world with information technology. Every business process can be empowered, and therefore, various industries redesign their business models and processes along Internet of Things (IoT) paradigm. To maximize the social and economic benefit of the technology, issues of interoperability, mashing up data, developing open platforms and standardization across technology layers have to be addressed.

With the strong supports from industry and academia the international conference on Internet of Things has become the premier gathering place for visionary, academic researchers and practitioners around IoT.

IoT 2015 is seeking for original, high impact research papers on all topics related to the development and social adaption of the Internet of Things. Papers will be reviewed and selected based on technical novelty, integrity of the analysis and social impacts and practical relevance.  Recommended topics of submission are as follows, but not limited to.

Topics

  • Physical world event processing: Novel data collection and analytics on massive amount of physical data stream achieving the unprecedented accuracy and disclosing the hidden mechanism among physical world events.
  • Advanced manufacturing and logistics with IoT: Evaluation of challenges of real world deployments of Industries 4.0, Industrial Internet and GS1 architecture and conclusive suggestions for future deployments. Investigation of social and democratizing aspects of 3D printing technology and IoT.
  • Internet of Things Architecture: Novel information architecture design on field device, edge device and servers in cloud, investigation of technologies supporting transitioning functional and processing allocation across system entities.
  • Advanced data capture and networking technology: Advanced identification, access and networking technology including localization and image recognition system interworking with information system. Service and content oriented networking.
  • Interoperability of IoT systems: Service and device discovery, synchronization of distributed directory systems, and semantic data description frameworks.
  • Social Acceptance of IoT Systems: Data security, authentication and authorization. Privacy protection and tampering avoidance and detection in IoT systems.

Important Dates

 – FIRM Submission Deadline –

  • Abstract Registration: May 22, 2015 -> May 29, 2015
  • Technical Paper Submission: May 4, 2015 -> June 4, 2015
  • Notification of paper acceptances: July 6, 2015 -> July 31, 2015
  • Final versions of papers due: July 31, 2015 -> August 14, 2015

Submission Information

Papers can now be submitted via the EDAS management system.

Preference will be given research that is backed by experiments and/or industrial adaption.

Only full papers written in the English language will be considered for acceptance in the conference proceedings and must contain original material that has not been published in other publication venues or is currently under review elsewhere. Papers are limited to a minimum 6 to maximum of 8 pages including figures and should follow the standard IEEE Conference format. Papers will be reviewed in the double-blind fashion by a committee of experts in the IoT field and published in IEEE Xplore if accepted and presented at the conference. Authors should ensure that their names and affiliations are removed from the submitted document. Cases of plagiarism or multiple submissions will be subject to disciplinary action as per IEEE rules and regulations.