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Workshop on Security, Reliability, and Resilience in Wireless Sensor Networks

The wireless sensor network ascribes the concept of millions of interconnected intelligent devices that can communicate with one another, which can be used to control the world around us. Technically speaking, the wireless sensor network can be considered as embedded machines, which are usually attached to physical objects, providing a real-time, interactive view of the physical world. It envisions a world in which the sensor devices could exist in any form factor, anywhere, in which all the sensory data will be made available to the Internet, and be readily accessible to a wide range of applications. Therefore, it is the perfect time to invest research initiative, e.g., through our event, in the wireless sensor network.

 

Challenges remain unsolved in deployment and operation of wireless sensor network. First of all, heterogeneous network topologies in energy distribution network bring technical challenges in design and management of the sensor networks. Second, how to measure and analyze the traffic of wireless sensor network in order to manage it more effectively still need to be studied. Third, quality of service necessities causes challenges for big data transmission optimization in wireless sensor network. Forth, how to protect wireless sensor network reliability and enhance system resilience in complex environments is one of the bottlenecks. Finally, resource constraints of wireless sensor network increase security, safety and resilience concerns related to their utilization in real application.

 

In light of those challenges, this special collection intends to bring together state-of-art research and developments in topology management, transmission optimization, resource allocation, traffic analysis and measurement, security, safety and reliability of wireless sensor networks. We invite researchers to contribute original research articles as well as comprehensive review articles that seek to understand the various techniques addressing those challenges and providing future improvements for wireless sensor network. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

 

  • Efficient topology control and management protocols in Wireless sensor network
  • Traffic analysis and management of Wireless sensor network
  • Emerging technologies in topology management in Wireless sensor network
  • Case studies in topology control and management in Wireless sensor network
  • Effective transmission protocols in Wireless sensor network
  • Performance analysis of TCP variants for big data collection in Wireless sensor network
  • Performance optimization of TCP variants for big data transmission in Wireless sensor network
  • Emerging technologies in big data transmission in Wireless sensor network
  • Case studies in efficient big data transmission in Wireless sensor network
  • Malware Detection and Analysis in Wireless sensor network
  • Physical- Layer Security modeling and validation technology of Wireless sensor network
  • Demand Side Management in Wireless sensor network
  • Resource Allocation in Wireless sensor network
  • Security and privacy management of Wireless sensor network
  • Traffic analysis and management of Wireless sensor network
  • Distributed Renewable Energies in Wireless sensor network
  • Intrusion Detection and Prevention Theory and System in Wireless sensor network
  • Attack and Defense Theory and System in Wireless sensor network
  • Fault diagnose for Wireless sensor network
  • Security, Reliability and Resilience Analysis Technology in Wireless sensor network
  • Optimization Methods in Reliability of Wireless sensor network
  • Maintenance Modeling and Analysis of Wireless sensor network
  • Warranty Modeling and Analysis of Wireless sensor network
  • Case studies in Security, Safety and Reliability of Wireless sensor network

Submission deadline
15 December 2018
Notification deadline
31 January 2019
Registration Opens
31 January 2019
Camera-ready deadline
28 February 2019

Submission Guideline:

  1. Instruction on paper preparation is provided at http://mobimedia.org/authors-kit/
  2. Go to http://confy.eai.eu website
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  4. Scroll the list of conferences open for submission
  5. Select MOBIMEDIA 2019 – Workshop on Security, Reliability, and Resilience in Wireless Sensor Networks
  6. Click the ‘submit a paper’ link and follow the instructions

Workshop Co-Chairs:

Yun Lin, Harbin Engineering University, China
Jianguo Sun, Harbin Engineering University, China
Steven Li, Western New England University, USA
Zhigao Zheng, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
Min Jia, Harbin Institute of Technology, China

 

 Technical Program Committee

Eric Wong (University of Texas, USA)
Guanglu Sun (Harbin University of Science and Technology, China)
Weixin Kang(Harbin Engineering University, China)
Dawei Pan(Harbin Engineering University, China)
Jianguo Sun (Harbin Engineering University, China)
Zhiqiang Wu (Wright State University, USA)
Zheng Dou (Harbin Engineering University, China)
Ruolin Zhou (Western New England University, USA)
Yulong Zou (Nanjing University Of Posts And Telecommunications, China)
Yue Cao (University of Surrey, UK)
Guohui Yang (Harbin Institute of Technology, China)
Zhutian Yang (Harbin Institute of Technology, China)
Qingjiang Shi (Iowa State University, USA)
Guan Gui (Tohoku University, Japan)
Guoru Ding (PLA University of Science and Technology, China)
Ao Li (Harbin University of Science and Technology, China)
Liangtian Wan (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
Zhigang Li (Harbin Engineering University, China)
Jingchao Li (Shanghai Dianji University, China)
Yulong Ying (Shanghai University of Electric Power, China)
Qian Wang (National University of Singapore)
Qi Wang (Nanjing Normal University, China)

 

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