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2nd EAI International Conference on Interoperability in IoT

October 26–27, 2016 | Paris, France

InterIoT 2016 program - 26 October 2016

 

[08.30-09.00] welcome and registration

 

[09.00-10.30] Keynote “Linking Everything” Manfred Hauswirth, Fraunhofer/TUB

http://interoperabilityiot.org/2016/show/keynotes

 

[10.30-11.00] Coffee break

 

[11.00-12.30] “Interoperability - a strong focus of European projects”. Chair: Thomas Noel

 

  • A Framework to Support Interoperability in IoT and Facilitate the Development and Deployment of Highly Distributed Cloud Applications. Nikos Koutsouris (WINGS ICT Solutions), Apostolos Voulkidis (WINGS ICT Solutions), Kostas Tsagkaris (WINGS ICT Solutions).
  • F-Interop - Online Platform of Interoperability and Performance Tests for the Internet of Things. Sébastien Ziegler (Mandat International), Serge Fdida (UPMC), Cesar Viho (Inria), Thomas Watteyne (Inria).
  • Technical Overview of F-Interop. Remy Leone (Inria), Federico Sismondi (Irisa), Thomas Watteyne (Inria), César Viho (Irisa).

 

[12.30-14.00] Lunch

 

[14.00-15.30] “Interoperability, Standards and Technologies”. Chair: Nathalie Mitton

 

  • BMFA: Bi-Directional Multicast Forwarding Algorithm for RPL-based 6LoWPANs. Georgios Z. Papadopoulos (Télécom Bretagne / Institut Mines-Télécom), Andreas Georgallides (University of Bristol), Theo Tryfonas (University of Bristol), George Oikonomou (University of Bristol).
  • Providing Interoperability for Autonomic Control of Connected Devices. Nicolas Seydoux (LAAS-CNRS/IRIT), François Aïssaoui (LAAS-CNRS), Guillaume Garzone (LAAS-CNRS).
  • Comparative Analysis of Opportunistic Communication Technologies. Jens Dede (Sustainable Communication Networks, University of Bremen, Germany), Anna Förster (Sustainable Communication Networks, University of Bremen, Germany).

 

[15.30-16.00] Coffee break

 

[16.00-17.00] “Synchronization, Scheduling, Optimization”. Chair: Thomas Watteyne

 

  • Synchronization Abstractions and Separation of Concerns as Key Aspects to the Interoperability in IoT. Marcio Moreno (IBM Research), Renato Cerqueira (IBM Research), Sergio Colcher (PUC-Rio).
  • Guard Time Optimisation for Energy Efficiency in IEEE 802.15.4-2015 TSCH Links. Georgios Z. Papadopoulos (Télécom Bretagne / Institut Mines-Télécom), Alexandros Mavromatis (University of Bristol, UK), Xenofon Fafoutis (University of Bristol, UK), Robert Piechocki (University of Bristol, UK), Theo Tryfonas (University of Bristol, UK), George Oikonomou (University of Bristol, UK).

3rd EAI International Conference on Safety and Security in Internet of Things - SASEIOT

October 27, Paris, France

Final Program

 

09:00 – 09:15

Welcome by Professor Hakima Chaouchi, Institut Mines Telecom, EIT Digital, France

9:15- 10:30      

Keynote :  Security and Privacy in Internet of Things

10:30-10:45

Morning (coffe)Break, Networking

10:45-12:30

Session I

10:45   Ali Hayek, Josef Börcsök, Samer Telawi and Christian Bieler. Adoption of Miniaturized Safety-Related Systems for Industrial Internet-of-Things Applications 

 

11:15   Ayman El Hajjar, George Roussos and Maura Paterson. On the Performance of Key Pre-distribution for RPL-based IoT Networks

 

11:45   Jian Wang. UML Modeling of Cross-layer Attack in Wireless Sensor Networks

 

 

12:15-14:00

Lunch Break, Networking

 

14:00 – 14:30

Invited Talk, Hakima Chaouchi on the European Alliance AIOTI

 

14:30-16:00

Session II 

14:30 Brian Cusack, Zhuang Tian and Ar Kar Kyaw. Identifying DOS and DDOS Attack Origin: IP Traceback Methods Comparison and Evaluation for IoT

15:00 Li Qiang, Yang Zeming, Jiang Zhengwei and Yan Jian. Framework of Cyber Attack Attribution Based on Threat Intelligence

15:30 Ausama Majeed and Adil Al-Yasiri. Formulating a Global Identifier Based on Actor Relationship for the Internet of Things

16:00 – 16:30

Afternoon Break, Networking

16:15

SASEIOT 2016 Best Paper Award sponsored by JSAN Journal