We cordially invite you to submit your paper to the CCNC 2024: 3rd International workshop on IoT interoperability and the web of things (IIWOT'23).

Held in conjunction with the IEEE CCNC 2024 (https://ccnc2024.ieee-ccnc.org) .

Workshop Papers Due: 8 October 2023
Acceptance Notification: 5 November 2023
Final Camera Ready: 19 November 2023
Workshop Date: 06 January 2024

Website: http://iiwot24.nws.cs.unibo.it/  or https://ccnc2024.ieee-ccnc.org/workshop/ws-2-iot-interoperability-and-web-things-iiwot 

Submission link: https://edas.info/N31486 


The Web of Things (WoT) envisions semantic interoperability by re-using well-accepted standards and technologies that have enabled the World Wide Web (WWW). Unlike stack-oriented solutions (e.g., ZigBee), WoT proposes to achieve system interoperability at the application layer by abstracting from the sensing and communication technologies: in a rough approximation, Things are represented using Web technologies and interactions with Things are mapped to uniform RESTful concepts.


This workshop invites original research articles and review articles that focus on the Web of Things and interoperability challenges in IoT scenarios. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Interoperability in the Internet of Things:
- Semantic interoperability
- Web of Things

Technologies for the Web of Things:
- Fog, edge, and cloud computing
- 5G integration
- Semantic technologies
- Discovery mechanisms
- Quality of Service (QoS) for industrial scenarios

Methodologies for the Web of Things o Security and Privacy:
- Security and Privacy
- Thing Description (TD) authoring tools and validation
- Life cycle management
- Workflows and best practices

Standardization aspects of the Web of Things:
- W3C WoT
- Interworking with other specifications and bodies

Real-word IoT/WoT systems and use cases:
- Industrial scenarios
- Smart building scenarios
- Smart city scenarios
- Internet of Robotic Things (IoRT)

General Chairs:
- Luca Sciullo, University of Bologna, Italy
- Matthias Kovatsch, Siemens, Switzerland
- David Portugal, Institute of Systems and Robotics (ISR) of Coimbra, Portugal
- Carlo Puliafito, University of Pisa, Italy

Publicity Chairs:
- Ivan Zyrianoff, University of Bologna, Italy


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