IFIP International IoT Conference 2020

  • Research
Published on October 6, 2020 Updated on October 6, 2020
Dates

from November 5, 2020 to November 6, 2020

The IFIP International Internet of Things (IoT) Conference is the annual event of IFIP totally dedicated to IoT research, innovations and applications, putting emphasis on the multidisciplinary nature of the IoT world.

The 3rd IFIP IoT Conference was planned to take place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on 5-6 November 2020. Due to the pandemic situation, it was decided to postpone the physical conference for 2021 and instead organizing this year a virtual conference with invited talks. This virtual conference will occur on the same dates planned for the Amsterdam conference (5-6 November 2020), and it will require registration to be attended, but it will be free of charge for the attendants. The link to connect to the virtual conference will be sent in due time to all those that have registered.

> Program

TITLE

SPEAKER

AFFILIATION

DATE

TIME (GMT)

1. A perspective on IoT edge computing and on its challenges

Prof. Augusto Casaca

INESC-ID/ INOV, PT

November 5th

1.00 pm

2. IoT standardization

Dr. Georgios Karagiannis

AIOTI, BE

November 5th

1.30 pm

 

BREAK

 

November 5th

2.00 pm

3. Machine Learning on Constrained Edge IoT

Prof. Srinivas Katkoori

University of South Florida, USA

November 5th

2.15 pm

4. DevOps for IoT, challenges and recent advances

Prof. Jean-Yves Tigli

UNIV COTE D'AZUR , FR

November 5th

2.45 pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

5. Security and privacy in the IoT

Prof. Elisa Bertino

Purdue University, USA

November 6th

1.00 pm

6. Advanced IoT Applications for Smart-Health

Prof. John Stankovic

University of  Virginia, USA

November 6th

1.30 pm

 

BREAK

 

November 6th

2.00 pm

7. Challenges in the industrial IoT deployments and AI for digitizing industry

Dr. Ovidiu Vermesan

SINTEF, NO

November 6th

2.15 pm

8. Tactile Internet for remote operations

Dr. Vijay Rao

Cognizant, NL

November 6th

2.45 pm

> Details and registration