Special Issue "Intelligent IoT Circuits and Systems"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2022) | Viewed by 7786
Interests: edge computing; nonvolatile computing; machine learning accelerator
Interests: embedded systems; energy harvesting edge computing; nonvolatile memory; processing in memory
Interests: computer architecture; embedded systems; nonvolatile memory; reconfigurable computing
The Internet of Things (IoT) is regarded as a very promising market in the next decade. However, batteries have become as a critical obstacle due to their limited operating time and frequent maintenance requirements. Energy harvesting and low-power techniques are proposed to relieve these problems, and self-powered sensor nodes are attracting increasing attention. Furthermore, the huge amount of data from sensors also poses a great challenge for bandwidth and processing capability of cloud technologies. Edge computing is also becoming widely used. Therefore, intelligent IoT circuits and systems have been explored from device, circuit, architecture, software, and system optimization aspects for various applications.
We invite manuscripts for this forthcoming Special Issue in all aspects pertinent to Intelligent IoT Circuits and Systems. Both reviews and original research articles are welcome. Reviews should provide an up-to-date and critical overview of state-of-the-art technologies such as nonvolatile computing, energy harvesting, edge computing, machine learning accelerators, and embedded software for intelligent IoT. Original research papers that describe the utilization of intelligent IoT circuits and systems are of interest. If you have suggestions that you would like to discuss beforehand, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to and welcome your participation in this Special Issue.
Prof. Dr. Yongpan Liu
Prof. Dr. Keni Qiu
Prof. Dr. Mengying Zhao
Prof. Dr. Jingtong Hu
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- Intelligent IoT
- Nonvolatile computing
- Energy harvesting
- Edge computing
- Machine learning accelerator
- Embedded software