Managing IoT-based systems is complex and exciting. Though being an evolution from classical management, managing IoT things is still disruptive as classical assumptions about connectivity, compute resources, or usage patterns do not necessarily hold anymore.
The manage-IoT workshop focuses on management methodologies for the IoT, including:
- Node management
- Managing IoT devices, gateways, or edge nodes
- Data Management
- Semantic Modeling of IoT Systems
- Information models/ Domain Specific Languages
- Data Lakes
- Service Management
- Autonomous Management
- IoT runtime environments
- Service Discovery
- Full Platforms
- Systems integration
- Modular Management
- Machine Learning
- Self-Adapting Systems
- Data Analytics
- Reasoning and Orchestration
- Orchestration Frameworks
- Kubernetes / Containers
- Security including Privacy, Safety, and Resilience
- Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA)
- Languages, models, and run-time
Papers covering relevant domains, including but are not limited to, Critical Infrastructures, Industry 4.0, Transpotation, Healthcare, Finance, Agriculture are of interest. We are happy to accept papers on practical setups, experimentation, and industrial case studies
Authors are invited to submit original contributions that have not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere. Papers should be prepared using the IEEE 2-column conference style. Full papers are limited to 6 pages including references. We also accept short papers, limited to 4 pages including references. They have to be submitted electronically in PDF format through JEMS using this at https://jems3.sbc.org.br/noms_manage-iot2024.
All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed. Accepted and presented papers will be submitted to IEEE Xplore for publication.
Paper submission deadline: 19 January 2024
Paper acceptance notification: 1 March, 2024
Camera-ready version due : 15 March, 2024
Marc-Oliver Pahl, Hanan Lutfiyya, Stuart Clayman, Renzo Navas, Filippo Poltronieri.