The Internet of Things (IoT) is an exciting research area that brings together academia, industry, society, and governmental agencies due to the innovative advances connected devices and systems bring to society. As the IoT becomes more established and evolves, its focus widens from connecting new devices, services, and functionalities to the Internet, to achieving seamless and autonomous interaction among heterogeneous systems and their users. Resulting networks may therefore take advantage of intelligent and interoperable people, things, and services from both the physical and virtual world, creating distributed ecosystems that are capable of providing secure cross-domain interactions.
The International Conference on the Internet of Things is the premier gathering for visionary and groundbreaking research in IoT and closely-related fields. It connects world-class researchers with leading industry experts to steer innovation in multiple IoT verticals (e.g., smart industry, smart cities, smart health, smart environment). Since its start in 2008, the conference has been backed by strong support from leading academic institutions as well as industry. We are pleased to announce its 13th edition and associated workshops, which will take place physically on November 7–10, 2023 at Nagoya University, Japan.
Topics of Interest:
IoT 2023 solicits original, high-impact research papers on all topics related to the development and adoption of the Internet of Things—topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Scalable IoT Architectures including Semantic Interoperability and the Web of Things
- Edge AI and edge computing applications and technologies
- Novel IoT Communication Technologies and Protocols
- Energy Efficiency and Sustainability in IoT including battery-less and biodegradable computing
- Small and Large-scale pilots of IoT Sensing, Signal Processing, Actuation and Analytics
- Safety, Security and Privacy Risks and Guarantees in IoT and Cyber-Physical Systems
- Database and Distributed Ledger Technologies for IoT
- Human Interaction with IoT IoT-enhanced AR/VR/MR, Metaverse, and Games
- Cyber-Physical Systems, Digital Twins and Inter-Realities
- Large-Scale IoT Analytics and Internet of Behaviors
- Transient Large-Scale Networks including V2V or V2X
- Real-world IoT Deployments, Testbeds and Datasets
- Novel IoT Applications in Industry (e.g., manufacturing, agriculture, business processes, robotics, etc. ) including networked intelligent production systems
- Novel IoT Applications for Environmental Sensing and Disaster Response
- Societal Impacts and Ethical Implications of IoT
- Paper submission deadline: July 31, 2023 (AoE)
- Notifications: September 15, 2023 (AoE)
- Papers camera ready deadline: October 2, 2023 (AoE)
Papers for the technical track must be submitted via the EasyChair conference system (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iot2023), written in English, and contain original material that has not been published or is currently undergoing review elsewhere. Papers should not exceed 8 double-column pages, including figures and references. Papers must use the new ACM article template (when using the overleaf ACM template choose the sample-sigconf.tex file).
Papers will be peer-reviewed by at least three experts from the technical program committee following a double-blind review process (i.e., the identity of the reviewer and the authors’ names and affiliations are hidden, therefore, the submissions should be anonymised). The papers will be evaluated based on relevance, soundness, novelty, practical relevance and potential impact. Accepted papers will be listed on DBLP and published via the ACM Digital Library. Cases of plagiarism or multiple submissions will be subject to disciplinary action as per ACM rules and regulations. Selected papers might be invited to extend and improve their contributions to Special Issues under consideration. Based on reviews, some accepted papers may be recommended for presentation as a poster, rather than a full paper presentation. These papers will be shared in conference companion proceedings.