Women in IoT Workshop – Student Poster Abstracts

Women in IoT Workshop – Student Poster Abstracts

Student Poster Abstracts

Graduate and undergraduate student researchers are invited to submit an abstract at the Women in Technology Workshop. Since this workshop celebrates the contributions of women in IoT, we request that the abstract submission include the contributions of a female author or co-author. We welcome abstracts on any of the topics listed below. For consideration, abstracts must be submitted no later than Thursday, September 17, 2020 at 11:59pm Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) (New York Time Zone). Poster presenters must be registered to attend the conference by Friday, September 25th.

Abstract Submission Link (No longer accepting abstracts)

Key Dates:

  • September 17th: Abstracts due
  • September 21th23rd: Notifications of acceptance
  • September 25th: Registration deadline for poster presenters. Click here to register
  • October 5th: Final posters and spotlight presentations due

List of Topics:

  • RFID, Sensors, and Actuators
  • Power and Energy for IoT
  • IoT Enabling Technologies
  • Computing Platforms for IoT
  • Data Acquisition, Storage and Management for IoT
  • IoT Applications and Services
  • Security and Privacy for IoT
  • IoT Social Impact
  • Design, Integration and Testing Methods
  • 5G and IoT Networks
  • IoT Data Analytics
  • Signal Processing for IoT
  • IoT Experimental Results and Deployment Scenarios
  • Machine Learning for IoT
  • AI for IoT
  • Blockchain and IoT
  • Electronics and Signal Processing for IoT
  • Energy Efficiency and Sustainability in IoT
  • Human Interaction with IoT
  • Interoperability in IoT
  • IoT Communication Technologies
  • IoT Edge and Cloud Architectures
  • IoT Enabled Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Robotic IoT Systems
  • Security and Privacy for IoT
  • Self-adaptation for IoT Systems
  • Software Engineering for IoT
  • Web of Things
  • IoT Mobility, Localization, Tracking & Security
  • IoT Engineering Education
  • IoT Engineering Ethics
  • Women in Engineering