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Stefano Ferretti <[log in to unmask]>
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Stefano Ferretti <[log in to unmask]>
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** Deadline extension **

Call for Papers: 1st  International Workshop on Pervasive Computing 
Challenges in Trustable Crowdsensing Systems (TrustSense)
held in conjunction with the 22nd International Conference on Pervasive 
Computing and Communications (PerCom 2024)

March 11-15, 2024 in Biarritz, France.


*Paper submission deadline: December 1st, 2023*


The rapid advancement of pervasive computing and the ubiquity of mobile 
devices have paved the way for crowdsensing systems, where individuals, 
their smart devices, and Internet of Things (IoT) sensors 
collaboratively contribute data for various applications such as 
environmental monitoring, urban planning, healthcare, and 
transportation. However, the design, implementation, and deployment of 
effective crowdsensing systems pose numerous challenges at various 
levels: data aggregation and processing, trust and data quality, data 
protection, incentivization techniques, mobility, application semantics 
and privacy to name some of the hot facets.
The workshop on Pervasive Computing Challenges in Crowdsensing Systems 
(PerCrwod) aims to bring together researchers, practitioners, and 
industry experts, and provide a platform to share their experiences, 
insights, and research findings related to crowdsensing systems. The 
goal is to promote a discussion that can lead to identifying the key 
challenges faced in developing and deploying pervasive computing 
solutions for crowdsensing, explore innovative approaches and discuss 
the implications of crowdsensing on various application domains.
We encourage submissions that present novel ideas, theoretical 
frameworks, empirical studies, and practical solutions in the field of 
pervasive computing challenges in crowdsensing systems. Authors are 
expected to provide sufficient evaluation and validation of their 
proposed approaches and methodologies. We solicit original contributions 
in topics of interest including, but not limited to, the following:

- Architecture and design of crowdsensing systems
- Data quality, trust, and privacy in crowdsensing
- Energy-efficient sensing and communication techniques
- Systems and platforms for crowdsensing
- Machine learning and data analytics for crowdsensing data aggregation 
and classification
- Sensing and data fusion techniques in crowdsensing
- Incentive mechanisms and participant engagement strategies
- Scalability and robustness of crowdsensing systems
- Social, economic, and ethical aspects of crowdsensing
- Performance evaluation of crowdsensing applications
- Crowdsensing testbeds and platforms
- Security and privacy-preserving techniques in crowdsensing
- Modeling and simulation in pervasive crowdsensing applications


All workshop papers are limited to no more than 6 pages in IEEE format 
aligned with the IEEE-Percom main conference guidelines.
Accepted workshop papers will be included in the IEEE Percom 2023 
proceedings and will appear in the IEEE Xplore Library.

Paper submission website:


Paper submission deadline: December 1st, 2023
Paper notification: January 8th, 2024
Camera Ready Deadline: February 2nd, 2024


Luca Bedogni (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy)
Stefano Ferretti (University of Urbino, Italy)

Prof. Stefano Ferretti, Ph.D.
Department of Pure and Applied Sciences - University of Urbino
Piazza della Repubblica 13, 61029 Urbino, Italy



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