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SNCC 2017

The 3rd International Workshop on Sensor Networks and Cloud Computing (SNCC 2017)

Organized In Conjunction with Qshine 2017

History

Welcome to SNCC 2017!

SNCC 2016 (http://qshine.org/2016/show/SNCC) was organized as a workshop in conjunction with Qshine 2016, which was held on 7-8 July 2016 in Seoul, South Korea. SNCC 2015 (http://qshine.org/2015/show/sncc) was organized as a special session of Qshine 2015, which was held on 19-20 August 2015 in Taipei, Taiwan.

Scope

Sensor networks and cloud computing (SNCC) have received tremendous attentions from both academia and industry, as they are emerging to own numerous exciting applications in Internet of Things, Machine to Machine and Cyber Physical Systems (e.g., industrial process control, video surveillance, structural health monitoring, mobile commerce, mobile learning, mobile gaming), which can fundamentally change the way people interact with the physical world.

Recently, integrating sensor networks with cloud computing is widely recognized to further enhance the performance of sensor networks or cloud computing applications, by utilizing the powerful cloud to store, process and share the data gathered by a variety of sensors. However, new research challenges need to be addressed in order to accelerate the development of these SNCC integrated applications. For instance, the mobile network bandwidth is still quite limited with the dramatically increasing mobile and cloud users. Intelligent resource management is required to provide users with services in an on-demand and scalable fashion. A secure mobile computing model is necessary to protect user privacy and data secrecy.

In this workshop, we solicit research papers with respect to all aspects of SNCC. The goal of this workshop is to bring together state-of-the-art research contributions, tutorials, and position papers that address various aspects of analysis, design, optimization, implementation, and application of SNCC.

Topics

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Protocols for supporting real-time and reliable sensor data streaming
  • Energy-efficient sensor data gathering, transmission, traffic management, and sensor data management
  • Scalability, mobility issues in cross-layer design, and optimization for effective sensor data communications
  • Capacity modeling, performance analysis, and theoretical analysis in sensor networks
  • Cooperative transmission for multimedia delivery, and collaborative in-network processing in sensor networks
  • Joint multimedia processing and communication solutions in sensor networks
  • Low-bit rate and energy-efficient multimedia source coding in sensor networks
  • Topology control and synchronization protocols in sensor networks
  • In-network and distributed storage techniques in sensor networks
  • Energy-efficient transmission protocols and scheduling algorithms in sensor networks
  • Energy harvesting in sensor networks
  • Mobile-aware cloud computing models, infrastructures, and approaches
  • Mobility modeling, management solutions and measurement techniques in cloud computing
  • Mobile-aware cloud databases, data retrievals
  • Intelligent resource management, provision, and migration for cloud
  • Monitoring solutions and evaluation techniques for cloud
  • Security and privacy issues, solutions, and tools for cloud
  • Collaboration, management, and administration of cloud
  • Cloud data center and storage technology
  • Cloud-based mobile applications and systems
  • Distributed, edge and fog computing
  • Middleware for enabling sensors to join the cloud
  • Self-configuring, self-healing of sensors interacting with cloud
  • Sensing data aggregation and processing over the cloud
  • Sensing data dependability over the cloud
  • Secure sensing data over the cloud
  • Sensing as a service
  • Industrial sensor-cloud
  • Architecture of sensor-cloud
  • Network and communication in sensor-cloud
  • Automation in sensor-cloud
  • Image processing in sensor-cloud
  • Big data and machine learning in sensor-cloud
  • Quality of service of sensor-cloud based services
  • Novel sensor-cloud systems and applications

Paper Submission

·         All submissions should follow the guidelines at http://qshine.org/2017/show/initial-submission.

·         For this SNCC workshop submission, please choose “SNCC 2017” track when uploading the manuscript.

·         Submit your paper here.

Paper Publication

All accepted and presented papers in the conference will be published in the proceedings of the conference and submitted to the IEEE Xplore Digital Library. The proceedings are submitted for inclusion to the leading indexing services: EI, ISI, Scopus, Crossref, DBLP, Google Scholar, as well as EAI’s own EU Digital Library (EUDL).

Selected papers will be considered for publication in the EAI Endorsed Transactions on Industrial Networks and Intelligent Systems.

Organising Committee

General Chairs

Joel J. P. C. Rodrigues
National Institute of Telecommunications (Inatel), Brazil; Instituto de Telecomunicações, Portugal

Guangjie Han
Hohai University, China

Chunsheng Zhu
The University of British Columbia, Canada

Program Committee Chairs

Xiangping Zhai
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China

Wei Chen
China University of Mining and Technology, China

Mithun Mukherjee
Guangdong University of Petrochemical Technology, China

Liang Zou
The University of British Columbia, Canada

Publicity Chairs

Dayang Sun
Jilin University, China

Huan Zhou
China Three Gorges University, China

Jinfang Jiang
Hohai University, China

Bin Chen
National University of Defense Technology, China

EAI Institutional Members