The 5th Int. Symposium on Engineering Energy Efficient InternetWorked Smart seNsors (E3WSN)
Kunibiki Messe, Matsue, Japan
March 27 to March 29, 2019
Collocated with 33nd IEEE (IEEE AINA-2019)
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Call for papers
The increased pervasion of sensors in everyday life is so large to overshadow the present smart-phone market. Modern sensors do not just gather and forward environmental data but they are also embedded in powerful objects that can perform local computation and act as smart and autonomous devices. These communicate inside larger and powerful networks. No matter if such networks will be aimed to industrial, domotics, security, healthcare, transportation, consumer or any other possible application domain, all such objects must contain enough intelligence and cooperate with each other to perform required operations at the lowest possible energy consumption.
The forth Int. Workshop on Engineering Energy Efficient Internetworked Smart Things (E3WSN) aims at bringing together academics and practitioners from different areas (such as, software engineering, system engineering, energy efficiency, embedded systems) to promote design, validation, and implementation of energy efficient Internetworked Smart Sensors. Papers where smart sensors can interact with blockchains for designing new decentralised IoT frameworks are also encouraged.
E3WSN welcomes contributions from industry about real-world applications and case studies. Experiences gained in these deployments can be crucial for the research community.
E3WSN has been establish in 2014 as Workshop on Engineering Energy Efficient WSNs EEWSN. Since 2018 the scope of EEEWSN has been oriented towards modern sensors which can enable distributed computation.
Topic of Interest
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following areas:
- Applications, experimental prototypes and testbeds
- Validation and verification of smart internetworked sensors
- Domain specific languages for internetworked sensors
- Software engineering approaches for design, analysis and simulation
- Smart application of internetworked sensors
- Wireless sensor and actor networks
- Body Area Sensor Networks
- Pervasive and wearable computing
- Machine learning
- Vehicular networks
- Simulation and benchmarking
- Analytical approaches
- Energy scavenging technologies
- Location and context aware services
- Efficient routing and multicast protocols
- Energy efficient security
- Performability, fault tolerance and traffic reliability
- Mobility management
- Physical layer wireless transmission technologies and energy models
- Decentralized IoT through blockchain