Complementing the topics of Global IoT Summit 2017, the 1st IEEE Workshop on Internet of Energy Neutral Things (IoENT 2017) will bring together members from different research communities and industrial practitioners to systematically explore the challenges, issues and opportunities in the research, design, and engineering of energy-harvesting and energy-neutral techniques for the Internet of Things.
Wireless sensing devices are key to the IoT paradigm, however, ensuring long term operation is still one of the most important challenges. Ultra-low power technologies and energy harvesting techniques are making significant strides, and the field as a whole is beginning to gain more traction for sensing systems. Innovative solutions in terms of on-board hardware for energy scavenging, extremely low-consumption communication protocols, energy adaptive algorithms, and power management policies for devices in the IoT network are the ultimate frontiers. They open the door to unlimited and uninterrupted operation (zero-energy IoT). The organisers solicit novel and previously unpublished technical articles, which describe advances in networked sensing systems powered by energy harvesting or with sub-microwatt power consumption thanks to low-power technologies or aggressive energy management; as well as those that describe practical deployments and implementation experiences.
See the provisional Call for Papers for further information and topics of interest.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
February 28, 2017
March 31, 2017
April 30, 2017
June 07, 2017
Davide Brunelli, Uni. Trento, Italy
Amy Murphy, Bruno Kessler Foundation, Italy
Maurizio Rossi, University of Trento, Italy
Rajeev Kumar Piyare, FBK – Bruno Kessler Foundation, Italy
Matteo Nardello, University of Trento, Italy
Simone Benatti, University of Bologna, Italy
Emanuael Popovici, University of Cork, Ireland
Elisabetta Farella, FBK – Bruno Kessler Foundation, Italy
Domenico Balsamo, University of Southampton, UK
David Boyle, Imperial College, UK
Pietro Tosato, University of Trento, Italy
Usman Raza, Toshiba Research Europe
We solicit two types of paper submission: technical papers (up to 6 pages). All papers must conform, at time of submission, to the IEEE Formatting Guidelines. Please use either this Word Template or this LaTeX package. Make sure that you use US letter page format.
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As papers will undergo double-blind review, authors are asked to remove their names and other identifying statements from their submissions. Papers will be reviewed by members of the technical program committee, the organizers of the workshop and carefully selected individuals from academia and industry. Each paper will be matched to at least two reviewers whose expertise reflects the paper’s content. Potential reviewers have already been identified, including a number of reviewers from industry. The conference proceedings will be published on the IEEExplore Digital Library (provisional).
The workshop intends to follow the roadmap of Global IoT Summit 2017 and publish accepted papers in the IEEExplore digital library. The organisers of the workshop will also produce a short position paper based on the discussions at the workshop (including the state-of-the-art and future directions), which will be published and circulated as a technical report.
The IoENT 2017 workshop will be held at the Geneva International Conference Centre, CICG, during the Global IoT Summit between 6 - 9 June 2017.