Call For Papers

SIFL’18 invites original and unpublished work from individuals active in the broad theme of the Symposium. Accepted and presented papers will be published in the conference proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.
 
Topics of interest include but not limited to:
 
  • Architecture and Protocol Design for IoT Systems
  • Artificial Intelligence for IoT 
  • Authentication, Auditing and Accountability 
  • Cloud-based IoT solutions
  • Cognitive IoT systems
  • Communication Systems and Network Architectures for the IoT 
  • Enabling Standards and Technologies for the IoT 
  • Fine-grained Access Control Mechanisms
  • Green IoT 
  • Intelligent M2M communications 
  • Interactive Data Analysis and Visualisation
  • IoT and Crowdsourcing 
  • IoT and Data Management 
  • IoT based Embedded and Information Systems
  • IoT Mining and Analytics
  • IoT Multimedia and Societal Impacts
  • IoT Standards and Application Scenarios 
  • IoT-Based Enterprise Management 
  • IoT-Based Intelligent Manufacturing 
  • IoT-Based Robots 
  • IoT-Based Smart City Solutions 
  • IoT-Based Smart Education Systems 
  • IoT-Based Smart Home 
  • Modeling and Simulation of Large-Scale IoT scenarios 
  • Protocols and Mechanisms for Seamless IoT Communications 
  • Scalability Issues for IoT networks
  • Service Platforms for IoT Applications 
  • Social Acceptance of IoT Systems
  • Social Internet of Vehicles
  • Social IoT
  • System Architectures for the IoT 
  • Wearable Devices for IoT 
  • Web Technologies for the IoT
  • Wireless and Mobile Technologies for the IoT
  • Big IoT Data Analytics in Fog Computing
  • Caching, Replication and Relaying Models for Fog Computing
  • Collaborative Fog/Mobile Edge Computing in 5G Networks
  • Context Management in Fog/Mobile Edge Computing
  • Decentralized Data Stream Mining Algorithms and Systems
  • Distributed Fog Management
  • Energy Management of Fog Infrastructure
  • Fog Caching for Big Data
  • Fog Computing Architecture for IoT
  • Fog Computing for Mobile Health and Augmented Cognition
  • Fog Computing Management Tools and Services for IoT
  • Fog Storage
  • Autonomic Resource Management and Adaptive Load Balancing
  • IoT Business Models for Fog Computing Applications in IoT
  • Key Management in Fog Computing
  • Legal Issues in Fog Clouds
  • Middleware for Fog Infrastructures
  • Modelling Fog Environments 
  • Novel Fog Applications and Services
  • Performance Monitoring and Modelling
  • QoS for Fog Computing and IoT Services
  • Scheduling for Fog Infrastructures
  • Secure Network and Service Access in Fog/Mobile Edge
  • Security and Privacy
  • Software-Defined Fog Computing
  • Trust and Reputation Issues in Fog Computing
  • Utilization-Awareness Network Schemes for Fog/Mobile Edge
  • Autonomous Positioning Techniques
  • Indoor Localization Techniques
  • Network-Based Techniques for Mobile Positioning 
  • Wireless Positioning and Location Technologies