NTMS 2015 Workshop on Wireless Sensor Networks: Architectures, Deployments, and Trends (WSN-ADT)
Wireless Sensor Networks: Architectures (WSN 2015)
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WSN workshop will be a one day workshop that will be held in conjunction with the IFIP New Technologies & Mobility (NTMS) 2015 Conference in Paris, France. Papers published in the WSN workshop will appear in the proceedings of NTMS 2015 conference. Accepted and presented papers will be published in the conference proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) continue to attract a lot of attention from the academia and industry among researchers, industrials, equipment and chip manufacturers and service providers for promoting large-scale deployments in many applications, such as environmental monitoring, military and medical surveillance, health & wellness applications, intelligent traffic management and user’s tracking and identification, including human computer interaction.
With the advancement in wearable devices industry, the increasing potential of smart homes and environments and the continuous requirement for personalization and context-aware applications, WSNs enter a new technological era and contribute to several new sensing products and applications (e.g. body sensors for medical surveillance, wireless visual sensors for environmental monitoring, WSNs in smart roads for intelligent traffic management and roads safety, wireless sensors in wearable devices, speed and motion sensors in personal devices, light and noise sensors in smart phones and tablets). In parallel, new architectures spanning the interactions between cloud services, smart devices and distributed sensors are evolving, which enable new business models and deployments of sensors to enhance user benefit.
While continuous improvements are addressing specific WSN issues spanning hardware, new devices, network protocols, WSNs deployment architectures, operating systems, and applications, several research areas are still emerging from new needs and challenges. To address these issues, the NTMS'2014 Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) workshop invites unpublished, high-quality contributions that focus on the applications, use-cases, architectures, deployments, and recent advances of Wireless Sensor Networks. The workshop is an opportunity for researchers and industrials to share their ideas, experiences, and expectations on the future of WSNs. The workshop seeks original contributions that address the following topics, but not limited to:
Papers are to be submitted electronically on the EDAS web site of the conference in PDF format.
Submissions should be original and limited to 5 double-column pages, and should follow IEEE paper templates. Paper with more pages can be accepted however they need to be reduced to 5 pages for publication.
Accepted and presented papers will be published in the conference proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.
Your paper must be printable in order to be accepted. The paper's cover page must include the following information:
In order to submit, you must first create an EDAS account. The EDAS system will e-mail you your password. Then you can login to EDAS using the password you have received by email. EDAS will provide you with a submissions homepage where you can register your paper submission and make appropriate changes.
How to use EDAS to submit your paper:
Omar AlFandi, Zayed University, UAE
Mohamad Badra – Zayed University, UAE
Andreas J. Kassler, Karlstad University, Sweden
Mohamad Badra, Zayed University, UAE
Technical Program Committee
Bigomokero Bagula, University of Western Cape, South Africa
Paolo Bellavista, University of Bologna, Italy
Tiziana Calamoneri, University of Rome "Sapienza", Italy
Eduardo Cerqueira, Federal University of Para & UCLA, Brazil
Chin-Chen Chang, Feng Chia University, Taiwan
Claude Chaudet, Telecom Paristech, France
Jiann-Liang Chen, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Phan Cong-Vinh, NTT University, Vietnam
Olabisi Falowo, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Sven Groppe, University of Luebeck, Germany
Aravind Kailas, Algorithms, Models, and Systems Solutions, LLC, USA
Ibrahim Kamel, University of Sharjah, UAE
Jerzy Konorski, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland
Fabio Martignon, Université Paris-Sud, France
Paul Muri, Boeing Company, USA
Enrico Natalizio, Université de Technologie de Compiègne, France
Paulo Pedreiras, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Christian Prehofer, Fortiss GmbH, Germany
Kuei-Ping Shih, Tamkang University, Taiwan
Nicolas Sklavos, Technological Educational Institute of Western Greece, Greece
Stijn Verstichel, Ghent University, Belgium
Liudong Xing, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, USA