4-8 July 2022
co-located with STAF2022 Nantes, Frances
International workshop on MDE for Smart IoT Systems
How to submit
We solicit short abstract submissions (max 2 pages), that will be presented by one of the authors, but not included in the proceedings.
All the accepted abstracts will be invited for a special issue on JOT - The Journal of Object Technology.
The submissions must be in English and adhere to the CEUR style. Use this easychair link to submit your paper.
Paper submission: May, 14
Paper notification: May, 28
Workshop: July, 5
Post proceedings Camera ready: TBA
Intent to submit (special issue): ?
University of Nice Côte D'Azur (France)
Tellu AS (Norway)
A recent forecast from the International Data Corporation (IDC) envisions that 41 billion Internet-of-Things (IoT) endpoints will be in use by 2025, representing great business opportunities. The next generation IoT systems needs to perform distributed processing and coordinated behavior across IoT, edge and cloud infrastructures, manage the closed loop from sensing to actuation, and cope with vast heterogeneity, scalability and dynamicity of IoT systems and their environments.
Smart IoT Systems have the potential to flourish innovations in many application domains. For instance, the typical components of a smart city include infrastructure, transportation, intelligent energy consumption, health-care, and technology. These ingredients are what make the cities smart, efficient and optimized respect to the citizen and administration needs. The Internet of Things is an emerging paradigms that can contribute to make smart cities efficient and responsive.
On the one hand, Model-driven engineering (MDE) techniques can support the design, deployment, and operation of smart IoT systems. For instance, to manage abstractions in IoT systems definition and to provide means to automate some of the development and operation activities of IoT systems, e.g., domain specific modeling languages can provide a way to represent different aspects of systems leveraging a heterogeneous software and hardware IoT infrastructure and to generate part of the software to be deployed on it. On the other hand, the application of modeling techniques in the IoT poses new challenges for the MDE community.
Due to its cross-domain nature, this topic has a high potential for synergies (i) within the MDE community -- model evolution, firstname.lastname@example.org, model transformations, multi-paradigm modeling and model validation for examples, and (ii) across the MDE and IoT communities.
The International Workshop on Model-Driven Engineering for Smart IoT Systems is one of the most accurate venues to offer researchers a dedicated forum to discuss fundamental as well as applied research that attempts to exploit model-driven techniques in the IoT domain.
Topics of Interests
Runtime models and operation of smart IoT systems
Model-based deployment and orchestration of IoT Systems
Model-based testing for IoT
Multi-view modeling for IoT
Code generation for IoT
Simulation of physical systems and things
Modeling languages for IoT systems
Model-based analysis, verification, and validation techniques
Trustworthiness of smart IoT systems
Integration of IoT, Fog, and Cloud Computing spaces
Megamodeling for IoT systems (of systems)
How to submit
Hui Song (SINTEF, Norway)
Ankica Barisic (INRIA/I3S, France)
Mathias Tichy (U. ULM, Germany)
Martina De sanctis (GSSI, Italy)
Davide Di Ruscio (U. Aquila, Italy)
Nicolas Belloir (IRISA, France)
Judith Michael (RWTH Aachen, Germany)
Stefan Klikovits (NII, Japan)
Romina Spalazzese (Malmö University)
Andreas Wortmann (U. Stuttgart)
To be completed