LongevIoT 2024

1st International Workshop on Longevity in IoT Systems

November 19, 2024

Co-located with ACM IoT 2024 in Oulu, Finland

ABOUT

The premature aging of IoT systems is one of the most challenging topics that need to be addressed to enable widespread usage. Both hardware and the software that is deployed on devices from small sensor nodes to edge devices or the cloud need to be considered holistically, such that deployment lifetimes can be counted in decades not years. With ever changing communication protocols, company-specific software platforms and quickly deprecated hardware components, IoT is at the forefront of uncertain futures, and these technical challenges need to be solved for a sustainable future. In this workshop, we focus on issues arising from the brittle nature of current IoT systems.

CALL FOR PAPERS

The papers of this workshop should highlight approaches, ideas, and concepts in the field of longevity of Internet of Things systems. The main outcome of the workshop is to share the current progress in research and industry, as well as establish a community, dedicated to improve the longevity and sustainability of IoT systems.

The main topics of interests include (but are not limited to):

  • Aging AI models
  • Software update planning
  • Abstractions and Digital Twins for fewer constraints
  • Flexible deployments
  • Retrofitting features and security
  • Software design patterns for sustainable IoT
  • Robust modelling and monitoring
  • Real-world examples and case studies

We invite researchers, practitioners, and industry experts to submit original contributions addressing these topics or related areas. Join us in exploring innovative solutions and fostering discussions to shape the future of sustainable IoT systems.

Important Dates*

Paper submission: September 12, 2024
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Author Notification: October 10, 2024
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Camera-ready Submission: October 17, 2024
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Workshop Date: November 19, 2024
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Paper submission: September 12, 2024
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Author Notification: October 10, 2024
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Camera-ready Submission: October 17, 2024
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Workshop Date: November 19, 2024
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Paper submission:

September 12, 2024

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Author Notification:

October 10, 2024

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Camera-ready Submission:

October 17, 2024

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Workshop Date:

November 19, 2024

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SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Regular papers should present novel perspectives within the scope of the workshop. Papers must be in PDF format and contain 6 pages maximum (including references). Papers should contain names and affiliations of the authors (not blinded). All papers must be typeset in the official ACM Primary Article Template. Submissions must be made via EasyChair. The LaTeX templates, as well as related information, can be found at the ACM website (or at Overleaf).

LongevIoT will be held in conjunction with ACM IoT 2024. All accepted papers will be included and published in the ACM IoT companion proceedings. At least one author will be required to present the paper during the workshop (only in-person allowed). All attending authors have to have a full registration at the conference (visit the conference's website for more details on the registration).

We expect all submissions to adhere to the April 2023 ACM Policy on Authorship and use of large language models (LLMs) and generative AI.

Submission link: here

REGISTRATION

Each accepted workshop paper requires a full conference registration (no registration is available for workshops only). Otherwise, the paper will be withdrawn from publication. The authors of all accepted papers must guarantee that their paper will be presented at the workshop. Papers not presented at the workshop will be considered as a "no-show" and it will not be included in the proceedings.

Registration link: here

COMMITTEE

Organizing Committee

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Malte Josten

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

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Peter Zdankin

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

Technical Program Committee

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Andreas Erbslöh

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

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Eirini Eleni Tsiropoulou

University of New Mexico, USA

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Gregor Schiele

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

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Jussi Kangasharju

University of Helsinki, Finland

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Lorenz Schwittmann

Independent Researcher, Germany

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Marco Picone

UniversitĂ  di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy

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Stephan Sigg

Aalto University, Finland

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Tanya Shreedhar

University of Edinburgh, UK

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Torben Weis

University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany