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[DMANET] [CFP][Firm deadline: May 8] IEEE Annual Congress on Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT), 24–26 July 2024, Melbourne, Australia


IEEE Annual Congress on Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT)

24–26 July 2024, Melbourne, Australia

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*Submission Link: *

*Best Paper Award and Journal Special Issues*

Three accepted papers will be selected for best paper awards. Selected
papers will be recommended to *IEEE Internet of Things Journal (IF: 10.238)
and Digital Communications and Networks (IF: 7.9) *for potential fast-track

*Important Dates:*

Paper Submission: *8* *May** 2024** (FIRM)*

Notification of Acceptance: 10 June 2024

Final Manuscript (Camera Ready): 3 July 2024

IEEE AIoT 2024 aims at bringing together interested parties (universities,
research centers, industries and stakeholders) from around the world
working in the fields of AI and Internet of Things to exchange opinions,
discuss brand-new ideas, developing innovative and emerging solutions, and
establishing new collaborations.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are two of
the most rapidly evolving and interdependent fields of technology. The
convergence of these two fields is leading to the creation of an emerging
interdisciplinary field, dubbed the Artificial Intelligence of Things
(AIoT). The AIoT represents the integration of AI technologies into IoT
systems and devices, enabling them to interact with their environment in
more sophisticated and intelligent ways. By combining IoT with AI, the data
collected by distributed nodes can be utilized by applying AI techniques
such as machine learning and deep learning. As a result, machine learning
capabilities are moved closer to the data source.

The IEEE AIoT Conference aims to explore the integration of artificial
intelligence (AI) technologies into the Internet of Things (IoT) systems
and devices, enabling them to interact with their environment in more
sophisticated and intelligent ways. The conference will focus on the
following areas:

l AIoT Architectures, Frameworks, and Algorithms: Developing
novel AIoT architectures, frameworks, and algorithms for deploying
state-of-the-art machine learning and deep learning algorithms on IoT and
edge devices, realising the so-called Edge AI or Edge Intelligence;

l AIoT Applications: Identifying and exploring new AIoT applications,
including healthcare, smart homes, industrial automation, transportation,
and digital agriculture;

l Standards and Interoperability: Developing standards and protocols
for AIoT systems and ensuring interoperability between different platforms
and devices; and

l Ethics and Security: Addressing ethical and security concerns related
to AIoT, such as privacy, transparency, and accountability.

Authors are cordially invited to submit their original papers within the
eHealth area. The topics include but are not limited to:

1. 1. Edge AI and Distributed Intelligence

2. Machine Learning for IoT Applications

3. Mobile deployment of LLMs

4. Generative AI and LLMs for IoT applications

5. AI-empowered Robotics and Sensing for IoT

6. Smart Cities: AI and IoT Solutions

7. Security and Privacy in AI-driven IoT Systems

8. 5G and its Impact on AI and IoT

9. Blockchain Technology for Securing IoT Devices

10. Human-Machine Interaction in IoT Environments

11. IoT Sensors and Actuators: Innovations and Advances

12. AI-driven Data Analytics and Decision-making

13. Energy-Efficient AI Algorithms for IoT Devices

14. IoT in Healthcare: Applications and Challenges

15. Industrial IoT (IIoT) and AI for Manufacturing

16. Smart Agriculture: AI and IoT in Precision Farming

17. Ethical Considerations in AI-powered IoT Systems

18. IoT Standards and Interoperability

19. Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in IoT

20. AI-driven Automation in Supply Chain Management

21. IoT Analytics and Big Data Processing

22. AI in Edge Devices: Challenges and Solutions

23. Wireless Sensor Networks in AI and IoT

24. IoT for Environmental Monitoring and Sustainability

25. AI and IoT in Transportation and Logistics

26. Cross-domain Integration of AI and IoT Technologies

27. Privacy, Security, and Trustworthiness

28. Standardization and Interoperability

29. Demonstrations, Proof-of-Concepts, and Deployments

*Paper Format and Submission*

Perspective authors are invited to submit their papers using EDAS. A full
paper should not have more than six (6) IEEE style pages including results,
figures and references. One (1) extra page is allowed with an extra charge
of $100. Papers will be reviewed with the standard reviewing procedure
(with at least 3 independent anonymous reviews). All of the accepted papers
will be published on IEEE Xplore®. Articles selected for publication in
journals must meet the conditions against self-plagiarism.

The submitted manuscripts shall be prepared in LaTeX or Word using the
official IEEE templates. Final submission of the manuscript will be in PDF
format, and make sure that the file will print on a printer that uses
letter size (8.5 x 11) paper. The official language of the meeting is

*Organization Committee*

*General Chairs:*

Wei Xiang, La Trobe University, Australia

Carla Fabiana Chiasserini, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

*TPC Chairs:*

Dusit Niyato, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Ruidong Li, Kanazawa University, Japan

Prasad Kodaypak, The XMG, USA

*Keynote Chair:*

Song Guo, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China

*Tutorial Chair:*

Flora Salim, University of New South Wales, Australia

JaeSeung Song, Sejong University, South Korea

*Industry Forum Chair:*

Henry Leung, University of Calgary

*Workshop Chairs:*

Teng Joon Lim, University of Sydney, Australia

Jia Hu, University of Exter, U. K.

*Poster Chairs:*

Pietro Manzoni, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain

Xiang Sun, University of Mexico, USA

*Publicity Chairs:*

Zhengxin Yu, Lancaster University, U. K.

*Publication Chairs:*

Constandinos X. Mavromoustakis, University of Nicosia, Cyprus

Peng Cheng, La Trobe University, Australia

*Registration Chair:*

Wei Wang, San Diego State University

*Web Chair:*

Haihan Nan, Kanazawa University, Japan

*Financial Chair:*

Kang Han, La Trobe University, Australia

*Local Chair:*

Kan Yu, La Trobe University, Australia

Phu Lai, La Trobe University, Australia

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