Accepted Papers

Full Papers

  1. Hoan Nguyen Mau Quoc, Martin Serrano, John G. Breslin and Danh Le Phuoc. A learning approach for query planning on spatio-temporal IoT data
  2. Maria Grammatopoulou, Aris Kanellopoulos and Kyriakos Vamvoudakis. A Multi-step and Resilient Predictive Q-learning Algorithm for IoT: A Case Study in Water Supply Networks
  3. Le Tuan Anh, Conor Hayes, Marcin Wylot and Danh Le Phuoc. RDF4Led: An RDF engine for Lightweight Edge Devices
  4. Farshid Salemi Parizi, Josh Fromm, Shantanu Deshpande and Shwetak Patel. RoyalFlush: Non-Invasive Water Level Monitor to Prevent Toilet Overflows
  5. Victor Charpenay, Sebastian Käbisch and Harald Kosch. Semantic Data Integration on the Web of Things
  6. Kristina Sahlmann and Thomas Schwotzer. Ontology-based Virtual IoT Devices for Edge Computing
  7. Sandro Rodriguez Garzon, Sebastian Walther, Shaoning Pang, Bersant Deva and Axel Küpper. Urban Air Pollution Alert Service for Smart Cities
  8. Karamjit Kaur, Matt Selway, Alan Johnston, Georg Grossmann and Markus Stumptner. Towards an Open-standards based Framework for achieving Condition-based Predictive Maintenance
  9. Li Duan, Yong Li and Lijun Liao. Flexible CRL for efficient authentication in IoT
  10. Chandra Krintz, Rich Wolski, Nevena Golubovic and Fatih Bakir. Estimating Outdoor Temperature from CPU Temperature for IoT Applications in Agriculture
  11. Konrad Diwold, Simon Mayer, Ralf Mosshammer, Jack Hodges, Darko Anicic, Alfred Einfalt and Josiane Xavier Parreira. Grid Watch Dog: A Stream Reasoning Approach for Lightweight SCADA Functionality in Low-Voltage Grids
  12. Phu H. Nguyen, Phu H. Phung and Hong-Linh Truong. A Security Policy Enforcement Framework for Controlling IoT Tenant Applications in the Edge
  13. Jacky Bourgeois, Gerd Kortuem and Fahim Kawsar. Trusted and GDPR-Compliant Research with the Internet of Things
  14. Young-Ho Suh, Sung-Pil Woo and Dong-Hwan Park. SLICE : Self-Learnable Common IoT Software Engine
  15. Mohammad Hasanzadeh Mofrad and Daniel Mosse. Speech Recognition and Voice Separation for the Internet of Things
  16. Paul Giura and Trevor Jim. Sapphire: Using network gateways for IoT security
  17. Sathiya Kumaran Mani, Ramakrishnan Durairajan, Paul Barford and Joel Sommers. An Architecture for IoT Clock Synchronization
  18. Markel Iglesias-Urkia, Diego Casado-Mansilla, Simon Mayer and Aitor Urbieta. Enhanced publish/subscribe in CoAP: Describing advanced subscription mechanisms for the Observe extension
  19. Waqar Asif, Indranil Ghosh Ray and Muttukrishnan Rajarajan. An Attack Tree Based Risk Evaluation Approach For The Internet of Things


Short Papers

  1. Vijay Kanade. A Bio-Inspired Unsupervised Algorithm for Deploying [BoT]*
  2. Sergio Trilles, Alberto González-Pérez and Joaquín Huerta Guijarro. A IoT proposal for monitoring vineyards called SEnviro for agriculture
  3. Mehdi Karimibiuki and Andre Ivanov. MiniCloud: A Mini Storage and Query Service for Local Heterogeneous IoT Devices
  4. Sourav Dutta and Sheheeda Manakkadu. On efficient resource allocation in the Internet of Things environment
  5. Rahul Majethia and Krishnan Rajkumar. Mining Channel State Information from Bluetooth Low Energy RSSI for Robust Object-to-Object Ranging
  6. Alireza Farahmandi, Gary Hewer, Brian Reitz, Katia Estabridis and Kyriakos Vamvoudakis. A Model Free Learning Algorithm to Control Autonomous Streams over IoT


Posters, Demos and Late-Breaking Results Papers

  1. Justina Lydekaityte and Torben Tambo. Business Perspectives of Smart Interactive Packaging: Digital Transformation of Brand’s Consumer Engagement
  2. Yanxia Zhang and Hayley Hung. Using Topic Models to Mine Everyday Object Usage Routines through Connected IoT Sensors
  3. Denis Kramer and Joerg Haehner. Beyond semantic interoperability in IoT ecosystems
  4. Youngmin Ji, Kisu Ok and Woo Suk Choi. Occupancy Detection Technology in the Building Based on IoT Environment Sensors
  5. Stanley Nwabuona, Markus Schuss, Simon Mayer, Konrad Diwold, Lukas Krammer and Alfred Einfalt. Time-synchronized Data Collection in Smart Grids through IPv6 over BLE
  6. Martin Serrano, Hung Nguyen and Hoan Nguyen Mau Quoc. Recent Advances on Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things Convergence for Human-Centric Applications
  7. Edgar Rodriguez Ramirez, Kah Chan, Regan Petrie and Nada Signal. A Tangible Interface and Augmented Reality Game for Facilitating Sit-to-Stand Exercises for Stroke Rehabilitation
  8. Cosmin Avasalcai and Schahram Dustdar. Latency-aware decentralized resource management for IoT applications
  9. Alireza Farahmandi, Gary Hewer, Brian Reitz, Katia Estabridis and Kyriakos Vamvoudakis. A Model Free Learning Algorithm to Control Autonomous Streams over IoT