[PlanetKR] CFP - IEEE SRDS 2012 Workshop - Smart Apps and Ambient Intelligence for Rapid Response to Events (SAAIRRE)
LeeYu at umkc.edu
Sun Apr 29 04:27:36 EST 2012
1st International Workshop on
Smart Apps and Ambient Intelligence for Rapid Response to Events (SAAIRRE), 8th October 2012
Workshop web site: https://sites.google.com/site/saairre2012/
In Conjunction with the 31th IEEE International Symposium on Reliable Distributed Systems (IEEE SRDS 2012),
October 8-11, 2012, Irvine, California.
Conference web site: http://web.mst.edu/~cswebdb/srds2012/
IMPORTANT DATES (Tentative)
* Full paper submission: May 20th , 2012
* Author notification: June 30th , 2012
* Camera ready: July 16th, 2012
* Workshop date (tentative): October 8th, 2012
Technology and devices have become an integral part of our lives. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a new paradigm
that aims to connect our daily activities including (un)anticipated events in our daily lives and disastrous
situations (natural and manmade) to the Internet for rapid response. Rapid response to these events requires
availability, reliability, and access to information and services through the connectivity of heterogeneous devices.
For effective rapid response using diverse low-end devices (e.g., handheld and mobile devices, robots, sensors, and
wearable computers), we would like to take into consideration the emergence of the area of ambient intelligence aiming
at utilizing context aware, personalized, adaptive and anticipatory services with the required devices. Smart Apps will
also play a central role in enabling the connectivity and the cooperation among the devices in an intelligent manner.
The key technical challenges in the development of Smart Apps are: 1) availability of apps on devices with limited
resources, 2) remote sensing capability around the user's context, 3) ability to analyze and interpret the contextual
data, 4) real-time adaptation toward dynamic environments, and 5) scalability and performance. We clearly need a new
computation model for developing real-time Smart Apps. Cloud computing promises a highly desirable (efficient and
flexible) service platform with large-scale parallel and distributed computing resources (e.g., servers, storage).
Smart Apps may work in collaboration with cloud platforms depending on the application domain. This hybrid model
introduces new challenges and opportunities in application design and systems' research.
The Smart Apps environments and the domains of interest range from Smart Life (e.g., Smart Energy, Smart Home,
Smart Health) to disaster response. Users should have seamless access to just-in-time information and Smart Apps
should enable rapid response when needed. To address these emerging requirements, we are looking for original,
unpublished research papers that focus on novel applications and systems, which can dynamically cope with evolving
context of diverse users in a distributed manner.
Topics of Interest
The workshop topics include but are not limited to:
* Investigation into Smart Apps design, development, and deployment
* Cloud computing, mobile computing, and distributed computing platform for Smart life
* Intelligent network
* Information and network security
* Intelligent data dissemination on mobile, wired, and wireless networks
* Context-aware data processing
* Distributed intelligence, Ambient intelligence, Pervasive computing
* Self healing, self configuring, self adaptive software systems
* Smart homes through smart sensing
* Smart energy and contextual modeling
* Smart Apps for disaster handling
* Smart devices/Smart Apps and their deployment
Participation and Paper Submission
* Paper file type: PDF
* Paper length: Maximum 6 pages US "Letter"-sized paper (8.5 x 11 inches)
* Paper format: IEEE two-column format for conference proceedings (double column).
The font size must be 10 points (Times New Roman) First page of the paper (not counted as paper page limit)
should contain the following
* Paper title
* Authors' names, affiliations, and emails addresses
* Corresponding author(s)
* Abstract (up to 150 words)
* Five keywords
Papers submission will be through the EasyChair conference system.
Each paper will be reviewed by at least three reviewers expert in the area of the paper.
We plan to include one or two invited papers in the workshop.
Workshop papers will appear in the conference proceedings.
* Cory Beard, Vijay Kumar, University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA
* Yugyung Lee, Praveen Rao, Daniel Leon-Salas, University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA
* Debopam Acharya, NIIT University, India
* Lalit Awasthi, National Institute of Technology, India
* Bharat Bhargava, Purdue University, USA
* Sharma Chakravarthy, University of Texas at Arlington, USA
* Sourish Dasgupta, DAII-CT University, India
* Ankur Gupta, Model Inst. of Eng. & Technology, India
* Sitharam Iyengar, Florida International University, USA
* Dongwon Lee, Penn State University, USA
* Wang-Chien Lee, Penn State University, USA
* Bongki Moon, University of Arizona, USA
* Somasundaram Perianayagam, Amazon.com, USA
* Jungwoo Ryoo, Penn State University, Altoona, USA
* Peter Scheuremann, Northwestern University, USA
* Mao Ye, Penn State University, USA
* Arkady Zaslavasky, Australian National University, Australia
* Swati Soni, Rajasekar Rajendran, Dipali Pal, University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA
This will be a one-day workshop.
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