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  The First IEEE International Workshop on Smart Living with IoT, Cloud, 
and Edge Computing 
<http://faculty.iitr.ac.in/~drpskfec/events/slice/2018/index.html> 
(SLICE 2018) 
<http://faculty.iitr.ac.in/~drpskfec/events/slice/2018/index.html>

in conjunction with
The IEEE Third International Conference on Fog and Mobile Edge Computing 
(FMEC 2018) <http://emergingtechnet.org/FMEC2018/index.php>

Barcelona, Spain. April 23-26, 2018

*_Call for Papers:_*

Smart health, smart cities, smart industries, smart agriculture, smart 
environment, smart transportation, smart homes, smart education, smart 
business, smart energy, smart grids, and so on are the components that 
aid the mankind for smart living. However, they require, typically, 
design and development of innovative technologies, standards, and 
protocols apart from their architectures and frameworks. IoT has emerged 
as an extension to Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) with low-cost and 
Internet-enabled solution for connecting and accessible anything from 
anywhere. In addition, such smartness derived due to the artificial 
intelligence yields in production of tremendous amounts of data. The 
data increases as a baby-boomer requiring efficient tools to analyze and 
extract suitable inferences for services in order to extend smart 
living. Cloud, Edge and Big Data acquired enormous attention in the 
light of massive data storage and analytics. With the large cohorts of 
gazette shrewdness and hi-tech population, the infrastructure, service 
delivery becomes expensive and difficult to manage for cities and 
governments. Automating systems through utilization of IoT, Cloud, Edge, 
Big Data, and M2M tools and technologies demonstrate great opportunity 
to reduce operating costs significantly, utilize those savings more 
effectively, and provide better services to communities for smarter 
living. This workshop provides a platform to the researchers to publish 
their innovative ideas, extensive analysis of their comparative studies, 
critical review of existing research and position papers in the above 
areas to meet the smart living requirements. The topics of interest 
include but are not limited to:

·Platform architectures

·Data analytics

·Privacy preserving data mining

·Big data integrity and confidentiality

·Data and knowledge as a service

·Security and privacy applications

·Real-time and stream processing techniques and algorithms

·Real-life case studies

·Proactive/predictive and advanced machine learning models

·Simplified and distributed data processing techniques

·Ubiquitous machine learning

·Fog computing

·Smart living data warehouse

·Soft computing techniques

·Optimization

·Resource utilization and Resource Management

·Security and Trust

·Mobile Computing

·Application Development

·Wireless Sensor Networks

·Mobile Data Services

·High Performance Computing

·Any other topic not covered above and suitable to the conference theme

_Important Dates:_

​Submission Date: February 10th, 2018 (Final and Firm Deadline)*
*Notification to Authors: February 20th, 2018
Camera Ready Submission: March 5th, 2018

*_Instructions for Authors_*

Prospective authors are invited to submit full papers of up to 6 pages, 
strictly following the IEEE Proceedings Templates. Submitted papers will 
be peer-reviewed and prospective authors are expected to present their 
papers at the conference. The papers that are accepted and presented at 
the conference will appear in conference proceedings and will be 
submitted for IEEE. At least one author of each accepted submission must 
attend the workshop and that every workshop participant must register 
and present the paper. Please submit your paper in PDF format via the 
electronic submission system

Please send any inquiry on SLICE 2018 to Emerging Tech. Network 
Team:[log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>

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