NOMe-2011 - Networking and Object Memories

International Workshop on NETWORKING AND OBJECT MEMORIES in the Internet of Things 2011. NOMe-IoT 2011 is held at Beijing, China on September 18, 2011 in conjunction with Ubicomp 2011.

What
When 18 September 2011
from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Where Beijing, China
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By bringing in several system and networking experts from academia and industry, this year's event extends the workshop's scope and aims to provide a forum to discuss and exchange ideas on recent research work, point out the directions for future research, and seek collaboration opportunities on all aspects of the IoT Systems.

Goals and Topics:

Suggested topics that could be discussed at NOMe-IoT include (but are not limited to):

  • IoT System and Functional Architecture
  • Access Network Technologies for IoT
  • Technology for enabling Digital Object Memories (e.g., Architecture, Represenation and Modelling)
  • Protocol Designs for IoT (e.g., MAC, Routing, TCP, Admission control, etc.)
  • Security and Privacy issues for IoT
  • Performance Management and Evaluations for IoT systems (QoS, Scalability, Reliability, etc)
  • IoT Network Operations, Management, and Optimizations
  • IoT Naming, Address Management and End-to-End Addressability
  • Real-time and Historical Data Management for IoT
  • RFID, Sensors, Actuator technologies for IoT
  • Green IoT
  • Web Technologies and Cloud Computing for IoT
  • Novel Interfaces and Interactions Techniques for IoT
  • Social Implications and Studies reporting IoT Systems
  • IoT Applications (e.g., Healthcare, Logistics, Smart Grid, Transportation Systems, etc.)
  • IoT Standardization Activities

 

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NOMe-IoT 2011 is held at Beijing, China on September 18, 2011 in conjunction with Ubicomp 2011.

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