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Fri, 9 Apr 2021 17:19:10 +0200
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*Special Track in User Engagement in IoT Systems - ACM GoodIT 2021*

Our current lives are entangled with the Internet of Things and Pervasive
applications, which provide a multitude of services that enrich and
facilitate human lives. Among different platforms and systems, many of them
also rely on user collaboration to provide data, services, and to improve
the systems also for other users. Most popular are Crowdsensing systems, in
which users measurements' are leveraged to enlarge the data available for
the platform. More recently also other forms of collaboration among users
and the platform are available, such as services made by user thanks to
visual programming languages, or user reviewing issues.

This openness of the system has a twofold benefit (i) it allows the
platform to be more fitted to the user needs and desired services, and (ii)
it allows the users to be part of the platform design, so being able to
understand how it works, gaining trust in it and also feel more rewarded in

This Special Track solicits unpublished high quality paper related (but not
limited to):


   Mobile Crowdsensing

   User participation in Mobile Crowdsensing

   Rewarding mechanism in Mobile Crowdsensing

   User aided design of Mobile Crowdsensing

   User-centered Internet of Things

   Data science for Mobile Crowdsensing

   Fog/Cloud computing for Collaborative IoT

   Machine learning techniques for data aggregation

   Machine learning techniques for data classification

   Participatory IoT Platforms

   User Defined Service Composition

   Mobile Crowdsensing testbeds and platforms

   Privacy for Crowdsensed data

   Context Aware Application and Services

   User behavior classification from public data

   User activity recognition

   User profiling

Important dates are reported below:


   May 1st 2021 - Paper Submission Deadline

   June 22nd 2021 - Notification of Acceptance

   July 10th 2021 - Camera Ready Submission Deadline

Papers should be submitted via the HotCRP submission website
Federico Montori and Luca Bedogni

Federico Montori
Research Fellow
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University of Bologna, Italy

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