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Michael Matscheko <[log in to unmask]>
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Call for Papers: International Conference on the Internet of Things
October 22-25, Linz, Austria ||

The International Conference on the Internet of Things (IoT)  has become 
the premier gathering place where visionary, ground-breaking research in 
the IoT field meets  leading industry experts.  Since its beginnings  in 
the year  2008,  IoT has  been  backed by  strong  support from  leading 
academic institutions  as well as  industry and we are happy to announce 
its  seventh iteration  that  will take place  in October 2017 in  Linz, 

Contributing to IoT 2017

IoT 2017 solicits  original,  high impact research papers  on all topics 
related  to  the development  and  social  adoption  of the  Internet of
Things - in particular, we seek submissions on the following topics: 

- *Interoperability of IoT Systems*:  Service discovery and composition,
  synchronization in distributed systems,  overcoming siloization of IoT 
  systems, semantic data description frameworks.

- *IoT  Interactions*:   Novel  methods  and  techniques  for   seamless
  human-to-object and object-to-object interactions, including Augmented
  Reality and Virtual Reality interactions.

- *Web Technologies  for the  IoT*:  Web-based  discovery,  search,  and 
  service composition to facilitate interactions  between devices on the
  IoT and with users.

- *Physical  World  Event  Processing  and  Understanding*:  Novel  data 
  collection,  deep learning,  reality mining,  and  prediction  methods 
  based on  physical world  observations.  This might  include real-time 
  decision making,  event processing,  and extracting  information  from 
  large datasets.

- *Real World Applications of IoT Technology*:  Evaluation of challenges 
  of real world deployments  of Industry 4.0,  Industrial Internet,  and 
  GS1 implementations,  including planned deployments (e.g., in advanced 
  Manufacturing and Logistics).

- *Internet  of Things  Architecture*:  Novel  information  architecture 
  design on field, edge, and cloud devices; object access and networking 
  technology; investigation of technologies that support the mobility of 
  functions and executions across system entities.

- *Integration of Physical  and Virtual Artifacts and Events*:  Advanced 
  object identification, classification, and localization.

- *Social Acceptance of IoT Systems*:  Data security, authentication and 
  authorization.  Privacy protection,  data sharing technologies  (incl. 
  blockchain technology),  tampering protection  and  detection  in  IoT 

Submission Information

Papers  have to be  submitted  via  the  [EasyChair  conference  system] 
( ),   must  be  written  
in  English   and   contain   original  material   that   has  not  been 
published  or is  currently  undergoing  review  elsewhere.  Papers  are
limited to  6 to 8 pages  including figures  and references.  The  paper 
layout should follow the [SIGCHI Conference format] 
( ). 
Papers are peer-reviewed by a committee of experts in the IoT field in a 
double-blind process and selected based on technical novelty,  integrity 
of the analysis,  and practical relevance  and impact.  We therefore ask 
authors to ensure that their names and affiliations are removed from the 
submitted document. 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, 
and no-shows at the conference  will result in an exclusion from the ACM 
Digital Library. 

Important Dates

- *Paper Submission: June 6, 2017*
- Acceptance notice: July 17, 2017
- Camera-Ready Submission: August 17, 2017
- Early Bird Registration Deadline: September 6, 2017


- Conference Chairs:
  *Alois Ferscha* (Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria),
  *Joe Paradiso* (MIT Media Lab, USA)
- TPC Chairs:
  *Simon Mayer* (Siemens Corporate Technology, USA),
  *Stefan Schneegass* (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

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