TENSYMP is a spring conference of IEEE Region 10. It is a theme based conference. It started in 2013 (it was held in Sydney, Australia).
TENSYMP 2015 will be held in Ahmedabad, India during 13-15 May 2015. Its objective is to provide a active platform for research scientists, engineers, and practitioners throughout the world to present their latest research findings, ideas, and applications in the pervasive area of Internet of Things.
The Conference solicits original state-of-the-art contributions as well as review papers. Authors are invited to contribute original research papers on advances, applications and emerging standards of IoT in this conference. Papers will be submitted electronically via the conference website. Please visit the authors tab to submit your papers at appropriate time. Presented papers will be published in the Proceedings of IEEE TENSYPM 2015 in IEEE Xplore.
Theme: Internet of Things
The Internet of Things (IoT) envisions a self-configuring and adaptive complex system made out of networks of sensors and smart objects. IoT has become a household name these days because it relates to all "things" that could interconnect starting from a tiny toy to a giant turbine or a fighter plane. It covers all types of sensors, communication protocols, computational tools, techniques, devices, processors, embedded systems, data warehousing, big data, cloud computing, server farms, grid computing etc. It encompasses development of tools, techniques and standards for making these "things" intelligent, programmable and more capable of addressing the needs of human beings and/or other "things". Therefore IoT is considered to be the most disruptive technological revolution since the existence of the Internet. Projections indicate that over ten times more objects will be connected to the Internet by 2020 than the population of the world.
Call for Papers: Prospective authors are invited to submit original research papers (not being considered for publication elsewhere) in standard IEEE conference1 template describing new theoretical and/or experimental research in the following tracks (but are not limited to) of Internet of Things.
The length of the paper must not exceed 4 pages (including figures, tables, references and appendices). Submissions that do not meet the page limit and IEEE format guidelines risk rejection without consideration of their merits.
IoT architectures: things-centric, data-centric, service-centric architecture; cyber physical systems; SCADA platforms; smart grids, green technologies; enterprise cloud for IoT; future Internet for IoT
- Honggang Wang (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA
- Vaskar Raychoudhury (IIT Roorkee, India)
IoT enabling technologies: sensors and sensor network; radio frequency identification system; mobile technologies; smart phones; smart objects; low power and energy harvesting; resource-constrained devices; real-time systems; embedded software
- Song Guo (Aizu University, Japan)
- Srini Ramaswamy (ABB Corporate Research, Bangalore, India)
IoT services and applications: Smart automobiles, smart buildings, smart cities; platform as a service; M2M applications; Social networking; data management; mining platforms; middleware; open service platform; supply-chain management; collaborative business model; service-driven model; product as a service; resource sharing and optimization; e-commerce; user and process behavior analysis.
- Abdelmajid Khelil (Huawei, Europe)
- Debabrata Nayak (Huawei, India
- Enrico Natalizio (Université de Technologie de Compiègne, France)
IoT system integration, management, and standards: SOA based integration of IoT; M2M connectivity challenges and potentials; data management, Data Analytics; smart Data centers; open APIs for IoT; networking standards, e.g. IEEE 802.11ah; interoperable systems; ownership, regulation;
- JaeSeung Song (Sejong University, Korea)
- Ying Li (Samsung Research America, USA)
IoT Big Data Analytics: Big Data; Data Analytics; Data Visualization; Information Retrieval; Knowledge Discovery; M2M interfaces; Advanced Analytics and IoT.
- Amit Nanavati (IBM Research Laboratory, New Delhi, India)
- Laurence T. Yang (St. Francis Xavier University, Canada)
- Yasuaki Sakamoto (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA)
IoT security and privacy concerns: Identification, authentication, and authorizing objects; secure collaboration; context-aware security; web services security; cloud security; lightweight cryptographic primitives; infrastructure protection; trust management; legal challenges and Governance issues
- Devesh Jinwala (NIT, Surat, India)
- Yi Qian (University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA)
Special session: IoT at nanoscale; IoT in Biomedical applications; IoT in Industrial Applications; Emerging Application of IoT
- Sanjay Chaudhary (Ahmedabad University, India)
- Yan Zhang (Simula Research Laboratories, Norway)
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