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26–28 July 2021 2021 IEEE CSR Workshop on Data Science for Cyber Security (DS4CS)

Virtual Conference

Over the years cyber-threats have increased in numbers and sophistication; adversaries now use a vast set of tools and tactics to attack their victims with their motivations ranging from intelligence collection to destruction or financial gain. Lately, the introduction of IoT devices on a number of applications, ranging from home automation to monitoring of critical infrastructures, has created an even more complicated cyber-defense landscape. The sheer number of IoT devices deployed globally, most of which are readily accessible and easily hacked, allows threat actors to use them as the cyber-weapon delivery system of choice in many today’s cyber-attacks, ranging from botnet-building for DDoS attacks, to malware spreading and spamming.

Staying on top of these evolving cyber-threats has become an increasingly difficult task that nowadays entails the collection, analysis, and leveraging of huge volumes of data and requires methodologies and techniques located at the intersection of statistics, data mining, machine learning, visualization and big data. Although the application of Data Science methodology to the Cyber Security domain is a relative new topic, it steadily gathers the interest of the research community as showcased by the utilization of data science techniques in a variety of cyber-defense facets that include proactive technologies (e.g., cyber-threat intelligence gathering and sharing), platform profiling (e.g., trust calculation and blacklisting), attack detection/mitigation (e.g., active network monitoring, situational awareness, and adaptable mitigation strategies), and others. This workshop aims to spotlight cutting-edge research in data science driven cyber-security in academia, business and government, as well as help in the alignment of these endeavors.

23–25 August 2021 IEEE COINS 2021

Barcelona, Spain

Are you interested in taking part in shaping and adding new dimensions to the future IoT and AI ecosystem? are you seeking to harness the opportunities afforded by the tsunami of new technologies? Do you want to stay ahead and learn about the biggest digital technologies that are radically shifting the paradigm? or just curious about what IoT, AI, Big Data are all about and how they impact every aspect of our life, society, and business? IEEE COINS is the right place to be. IEEE COINS brings together experts in Digital Transformation (from AI and IoT to Cloud, Blockchain, Cybersecurity, and Robotics) from around the globe. IEEE COINS will include a multi-disciplinary program from technical research papers, to panels, workshops, tutorials, and forums on the latest technology developments and innovations. IEEE COINS will address all important aspects of the IoT & AI ecosystem from smart things to the circuit and system design, design automation, Edge-Fog-Cloud computing, big data, machine learning, artificial intelligence, blockchain, security, and smart products/services as well as business models. IEEE COINS is now accepting papers and proposals accompanying Vertical and Topical Track presentations.

31 August–3 September 2021 The IoT Week 2021

Dublin, Ireland

The 10th International IoT Week will be held from August 31st to September 3rd at the Convention Centre Dublin, Ireland.

The rising awareness of climate change has caused the popularization of sustainability and the realization that we need to do things not only differently, but better.
As focus shifts to finding solutions to climate issues, technological advancements and innovation present a promising way forward.

The Internet of Things, for example, which Boston Consulting Group estimates will boom into an $267 billion dollar industry by 2021, promises to
facilitate great leaps in our efforts to transform our places and spaces, from homes and offices to entire cities, into sustainable environments.

If IoT technologies build on not only established technology, but also new capabilities in the backend, such as artificial intelligence, deep semantic
interoperability and novel contractual arrangements like Blockchains, they will undoubtedly bring fundamental change to all sectors of activity, improving the way we live and work.

In other words, IoT is likely to be an essential element of the Next Generation Internet, setting the groundwork for systems and devices of the future.

15–17 September 2021 EAI GOODTECHS 2021 - 7th EAI International Conference on Smart Objects and Technologies for Social Good

Aveiro, Portugal

Social goods are products and services that could be provided through private enterprises, government or non-profit institutions. It will benefit several people with special needs, including older adults, the performance of sports, and young people. Social goods are related to healthcare, safety, sports, environment, democracy, computer science, and human rights.

In the GOODTECHS conference, we are hence interested in experiences with the design, implementation, deployment, operation and evaluation of smart objects and technologies for social good. We are not considering only the so-called first world as the scenario for this evolution. We also refer to those areas where ICT is currently less widespread, hoping that it may represent a societal development opportunity rather than a source for further divide.



The main goal of the TSTP conference is to show and discuss the issues in regard to the transport systems. The conference allows presenting the most up-to-date solutions in the field, evaluation of the current state and development perspectives for the transport systems within the urban areas, regions, countries and the world.

Main topics of the conference:

  • Intelligent solutions for cities and mobility of the future
    usefulness of new forms of mobility
    use of ITS data in planning and organization of traffic flows
    intelligent and integrated transport systems
    improving the efficiency of ecological friendly solutions in transport systems
  • Present approach to traffic flow theory and research in civil and transportation engineering
    civil and traffic engineering as the sources of decision in transport planning
    modelling and optimization as support in the management of transport processes
    safety issues in transport - human factor, applicable procedures, modern technology
    structure and traffic organization in transport systems

22–24 September 2021 The 6th International Conference on Cloud Computing and Internet of Things (CCIOT 2021)

Okinawa, Japan

Cloud computing is an information technology (IT) paradigm that enables ubiquitous access to shared pools of configurable system resources and higher-level services that can be rapidly provisioned with minimal management effort, often over the Internet. Cloud computing relies on sharing of resources to achieve coherence and economies of scale, similar to a public utility. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and connectivity which enables these objects to connect and exchange data. Each thing is uniquely identifiable through its embedded computing system but is able to inter-operate within the existing Internet infrastructure.

IoT is generally characterized by real world and small Things, limited capacity, constrained devices and the consequential issues such as less reliability, security and privacy. Cloud computing on the other hand deals mainly with virtual world and has unlimited capabilities in terms of storage and processing power. Thus cloud and IoT are the main complementary aspects of the future Internet. IoT can benefit from the unlimited capabilities and resources of cloud computing. Similarly, cloud can benefit from IoT by extending its scope to deal with real world things in a more distributed and dynamic manner.

We warmly invite you to participate in the CCIOT 2021 program and activities and we are confident that you will find the program enriching, enlightening and rewarding.

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