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The 6th International Workshop on Computing and Networking for Internet of Things (ComNet-IoT 2017)


Internet of Things (IoT) has been considered as an innovative and imminent information infrastructure enabling various machines, physical devices, and objects, denoted as things, to interact ubiquitously for environment sensing, information sharing and collaboration in intelligent and autonomous manner. Such technologies will act as a catalyst to the evolution of a new generation of services that will have a great impact on the social and technological eco-system. It can be envisaged that these next generation systems and services will encompass several domains such as e-Governance, Health Care, Transportation, Waste Management, Food Supply Chains, Energy & Utilities, Insurance etc. New technologies and applications built on top of them must be developed in order to fulfil this vision of Intelligent Infrastructure. IoT poses a number of new challenges and opportunities for computing, networking, data management and analytics due to the large scale and complexity of such systems, and heterogeneity of the things and networks, constrained by limited resources of the things and the network.


Encouraged by the good five successive years of ComNet-IoT in conjunction with ICDCN, the goal of CoMNet-IoT 2017 is to provide an inter-disciplinary platform for researchers to exchange ideas, present results, share experience, stimulate new research, and foster collaborations among researchers, professionals, and application developers on the various aspects of sensing, computing, networking, information and distributed systems technologies for IoT, including back-end infrastructure such as the Cloud.


Topics of interests include but are not limited to the following areas related to IoT


Processing and Networking at Edge: Sensing and sensor signal processing, sensor networking, energy harvesting and energy management, crowd-sourcing & participatory sensing.

Middleware: System and network architectures, middleware for heterogeneous sensors, devices & protocols, QoS provisioning, security issues etc.

Analytics: Data management and analytics: data-stream, sharing, mining etc, business/machine intelligence from sensor data, deep-learning and related problems, social network analysis in IoT.

Infrastructure: Big Data Storage, management and analysis, back-end (cloud based) infrastructure, distributed processing.

Applications: Novel application developments and case studies in vaiours domains, human behaviour modelling, test-beds and field trials.


Author Instructions


Papers should be at most 6 double-column pages (excluding references), including title, abstract, figures and references, and not published or under review elsewhere. Papers should be prepared as per ACM conference proceedings format (please see http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates#aL1). Please submit your papers through EasyChair (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=comnetiot2017). All accepted workshop papers will be included in the ACM Digital library.

At least one of each accepted paper must register for the conference and present the paper. In addition, no-shows of accepted papers at the workshop will result in those papers NOT being included in the proceedings.


Important Dates


Deadline for Submission: 
Acceptance Notification: 
Camera Ready Due:
Workshop Date:

  October 21, 2016
  November 10, 2016
  November 23, 2016
  January 04, 2017



Steering Committee Chairs


Sajal K. Das, Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA (Co-chair)


Program Co-Chairs


Wan DU, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Hemanth Rath, TCS Research & Innovation, India
Arijith Murkherjee, TCS Research & Innovation, India


Program Committee (to be updated shortly)


Jiannong Cao, Hongkong Polytechnic Univ., Hongkong
Archan Misra, Singapore Mgmt University, Singapore
Yunchuan Sun, Beijing Normal Univ, Beijing
Wu Fang-Jing, Institute for InfoComm Research
Srdjan Krco Ericcson, Serbia - Dunavnet
Zach Shelby, ARM - Sensinode
Jose L. Carmona, Corp. Intelligence Lab
Michael Koster, Open Source IoT
Antonio F. Skarmeta, Uni. of Murcia, Spain
Luis Muñoz, Univ. of Cantabria, Spain
Alessandro Bassi, IoT-A - BIP
Rob Van, Kranenburg Council - IoP
Diego López-De-Ipiña DeustoTech
Charalampos Doukas, Uni. of Aegean, Greece
Andrea Manieri, CLouT - Engineering
Nik Bessis, Uni. of Derby, UK
Amit Konar, Jadavpur University, India
Nandini Mukherjee, Jadavpur University, India
Pabitra Mitra, IIT Kharagpur, India
Balamurali P, TCS Innovation Labs, India
Zhiliang Wang, Uni of Sci & Techn, Beijing
Li Peng, Jiangnan University, China
Dipti Prasad Mukherjee, ISI Kolkata, India
Ansuman Banerjee, ISI Kolkata, India
B.S. Manoj, IIST Trivandrum, India