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Bodynets 2013 - Cloud Assisted Cyber-Physical Systems

Bodynets 2013 runs between 30 September and 2 October in Boston, MA and this year features a special track on cyber-physical systems.

The advances of body area networks, mobile computing, wireless networking and cloud computing offer tremendous opportunities in providing newer and better cyber-physical systems (CPS). The main objective of this special track is to provide a medium for researchers and practitioners to present their research findings related to the synergy among cloud computing and various CPS-enabling technologies such as body area networks, sensor-actuator networks, machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, RFID and the Internet of Things (IoT).

There is an open call for papers on the following topics of interest:

- Communication, information and software architectures- Integration techniques between clouds and CPS

- A cloud of clouds for CPS

- Massively distributed/deployable CPS

- Cloud-assisted data management, mining and processing for CPS

- Cloud-assisted decision support systems with CPS

- Data acquisition, exchange and dissemination methods

- Pervasive services for mobile cloud users- Resource management

- Security and privacy

- Energy efficiency

- Workflow management

- Intelligence and optimization between clouds and CPS

- Data visualization- Heterogeneity of in/on-body and ambient sensors/actuators

- Nanoscale sensors and communication in/on/around human bodies

- Applications and experience

something for everyone!

Authors are invited to submit regular papers (up to 7 pages each) or short papers (up to 4 pages each) in the ACM proceedings format. Up to two extra pages are allowed for each paper with extra page charges. See here for more details.

Key dates are:

Regular paper submission due: June 17  

Short, poster and demo paper submission due: July 15  

Notification for regular papers: July 15  

Notification for short, poster and demo papers:

July 29  Camera ready due: August 5

 

Further information can be obtained from track co-chair Jun Suzuki  University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA  jxs@cs.umb.edu

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