Warren B. Nelms Annual IoT Conference

Theme: Innovations in IoT Security, Safety, Intelligence and Interoperability for Solving Global Problems

When: December 3–4  (Tuesday – Wednesday), 2019

Where: Hilton University of Florida Conference Center, Gainesville, FL | University of Florida (1714 SW 34th St. Gainesville, FL 32607 + Google Map; (352) 371-3600)

The Warren B. Nelms Institute for the Connected World at University of Florida stays at the forefront of research, education and outreach activities on core Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, including security, safety, machine intelligence, interoperability, and their innovative applications in solving global problems.

The two-day conference will focus on the following four major topic areas:

Topic 1: IoT Security & Trust, with focus on sensor, communication, and system (Hardware, Firmware and Software) security & trust (organized jointly with FLARE)

Topic 2: Safety: From Automotive to Food/Medicine/Materials;

Topic 3: Environment & Health: Emerging Application of Smart Systems;

Topic 4: Edge Intelligence, Analytics, and Interoperability

One Panel:

PANEL 1: Technology Solutions for IoT: Are We There Yet?

Student Demo & Poster Session:

We expect to have a large (~60) diverse body of students, including graduate and undergraduates, interested in technical careers in IoT, presenting posters and demo on their research projects spanning various aspects of smart and connected system. The student poster and demo session would be great avenues to connect with our talented students and potentially recruit them.

Inquiry: nelms-institute-admin@ece.ufl.edu