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Keynote Speakers

Professor Wolfgang Wahlster, DFKI and Saarland University
Wolfgang Wahlster coined the term Industrie 4.0, which refers to 4th industrial revolution fueled by the Internet of Things. He is the Director and CEO of the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) and a Professor of Computer Science at Saarland University.

Guido Stephan, Siemens
Guido Stephan serves as the Head of Networks and Communication at the Research and Technology Center for Siemens Corporate Technology in Munich, Germany.

Latif Ladid, IPv6 FORUM and University of Luxembourg
Latif Ladid is Founder and President of the IPv6 FORUM, he chairs the IEEE COMSOC IoT subcommittee and the IEEE COMSOC 5G subcommittee.



Paper presentations should be 15 min. long, additional 5 min. are reserved for Q&A. Presentations will be run from individual machines.

Session: Network

  • Roman Kolcun, David Boyle and Julie A. McCann. Efficient In-Network Processing for a Hardware-Heterogeneous IoT
  • José Ángel Carvajal Soto, Davy Preuveneers, Marc Jentsch and Elisabeth Ilie-Zudor. CEML: Mixing and moving complex event processing and machine learning to the edge of the network for IoT applications
  • Simon Mayer, Dominic Plangger, Simon Rothfuß and Florian Michahelles. UberManufacturing – A Goal-Driven Collaborative Industrial Manufacturing Marketplace
  • Nirandika Wanigasekara, Jenny Schmalfuss, Darren Carlson and David S. Rosenblum. A Bandit Approach for Intelligent IoT Service Composition across Heterogeneous Smart Spaces

Security & Privacy

  • Agon Bexheti, Marc Langheinrich and Sarah Clinch. Secure Personal Memory-Sharing with Co-located People and Places
  • Charith Perera, Ciaran Mccormick, Arosha Bandara, Blaine A. Price and Bashar Nuseibeh. Privacy-by-Design Framework for Assessing Internet of Things Applications and Platforms

Autonomy & Performance

  • Miyo Okada, Atsuro Ueki, Niclas Jonasson, Masato Yamanouchi, Cristian Norlin, Hideki Sunahara, Joakim Formo, Mikael Anneroth and Masa Inakage. Autonomous Cooperation of Social Things: Designing a System for Things with Unique Personalities in IoT
  • Subhasri Duttagupta, Mukund Kumar and Manoj Nambiar. Performance Prediction of IoT Application – an Experimental Analysis
  • Andrei Ciortea, Olivier Boissier, Antoine Zimmermann and Adina Magda Florea. Responsive Decentralized Composition of Service Mashups for the Internet of Things
  • Michel Le Pallec, Mohamed Omar Mazouz and Ludovic Noirie. Physical-Interface-Based IoT Service Characterization


  • George Chernyshov, Jiajun Chen, Yenchin Lai, Noriyasu Vontin and Kai Kunze. Ambient Rhythm – Melodic Sonification of Status Information for IoT-enabled Devices
  • Mareike Kritzler, Magdalena Murr and Florian Michahelles. RemoteBob – Support of On-site Worker via a Telepresense Remote Expert System
  • Alaa Alhamoud, Vaidehi Muradi, Doreen Boehnstedt and Ralf Steinmetz. Activity Recognition in Multi-User Environments using Techniques of Multi-label Classification
  • Nils Schwabe, Philipp Scholl and Kristof Van Laerhoven. An Ad-Hoc Capture System forAugmenting Non-Digital Water Meters

Discovery and Configuration

  • Arne Broering, Soumya Kanti Datta and Christian Bonnet. A Categorization of Discovery Technologies for the Internet of Things
  • Alexander Ilic and Alexis Leibbrandt. Vision-Based Configuration in the Internet of Things: An Example of Connected Lights
  • Dieter Uckemann and Giovanni Romagnioli. RF-based Locating of Mobile Objects