ISIoT 2020

2nd International Workshop on

Intelligent Systems for the Internet of Things


co-located with DCOSS 2020

IMPORTANT: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, DCOSS 2020 Workshops will be held in an online manner, without physical attendance. Still, all accepted papers will be included in the IEEE Proceedings as planned, in the same volume with the main event. 

This practically means that no physical gathering will take place.

Reduced registration fees will apply

Important Dates

  • Paper Submission: May 8, 2020 (new)
  • Acceptance Notification: May 30, 2020 (new)
  • Camera Ready: June 10, 2020 (new)

Workshop Chairs

Dr. Vasos Vassiliou, University of Cyprus and RISE Research Center on Interactive Media, Smart Systems and Emerging Technologies

Dr. Zinon Zinonos, Department of Computer Science, Intelligent Systems Laboratory, Neapolis University Pafos

Supported By


The Internet of Things is a paradigm that assumes a pervasive presence in the environment of many smart things, including sensors, actuators, embedded systems and other similar devices. The development of IoT, however, has reached a crossroads, which means that without intelligence, an IoT system will act as an ordinary information transfer system. Emerging IoT applications in various fields, including smart city, smart home, smart grid, e-health, intelligent transportation systems, etc., require trustworthy networking solutions that are resilient against high mobility, high density, disasters, infrastructure failures, cyberattacks, and other disruptions. This interdisciplinary landscape of IoT applications demands researchers from different areas such as machine learning, computational intelligence, optimization, distributed computing, embedded systems, and big data to synergize their efforts in better understanding the untapped opportunities to produce highly efficient, deployable, intelligent IoT systems.

Topics of Interest

The ISIoT workshop aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners designing and deploying systems that apply intelligent technologies in IoT. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Computational Intelligence for the IoT
  • Performance evaluation for the IoT
  • Machine Learning in IoT and Smart Systems
  • Fuzzy Logic in IoT and Smart Systems
  • Dependability and Fault Tolerance in Smart Systems
  • Big Data and Data Mining for the IoT
  • Intelligent Network Technologies for the IoT
  • Swarm and Multi-Agent Models for IoT
  • Embedded Multiagent Systems
  • Automatic Control for IoT
  • Collective and Collaborative Robotics
  • Robotics for the IoT
  • Applications of the IoT
  • Smart Systems in Different industry verticals
  • IoT platforms
  • Blockchain for the IoT
  • IoT Intrusion Detection
  • Trust and Privacy in IoT
  • Cloud Computing for the IoT
  • Data Fusion from the IoT