IEEE Micro Special Issue on Internet of Things

Final Submission Deadline
April 29, 2016

Submitted by Vijay Janapa Reddi

IEEE Micro Special Issue on Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) revolution is happening at an unprecedented pace.
New devices are rapidly emerging every day and virtually every device is a
“smart” device with intelligence built into it and these devices are bred for
connectivity. Widespread connectivity amongst these intelligent devices has
the potential to transform society and lead to a wide range of new
applications and services. To enable this transformation, however, we need a
large number of technological advancements in the hardware and software
communities to come together. In this special call, we solicit papers from a
broad range of areas:

– Architecture design and interface with networking and sensor devices
– Processor, sensor design for edge devices and gateways
– End-to-end system architecture design for IoT
– Edge analytics and big data processing for IoT
– Programming models, runtimes and tools for IoT
– Case studies, practices, and evaluations for IoT
– Cross-cutting issues in IoT systems, including security, portability
– Others (if in doubt about the topic, please contact us)

Please keep in mind that IEEE Micro is about computer architecture at large
and that it is a very high-quality publication. We will enforce these two
criteria strongly to ensure quality readership.

Initial submissions due: April 29, 2016
Initial notifications: June 24, 2016
Revised papers due: July 22, 2016
Final notifications: September 2, 2016
Final versions: September 9, 2016

Guest Co-Editors:
Vijay Janapa Reddi, The University of Texas at Austin
Hyesoon Kim, Georgia Institute of Technology