Special Issue "Sensor Networks for Collaborative and Secure Internet of Things"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2018).
2. School of Engineering, College of Science, University of Lincoln, Lincoln LN6 7TS, UK
Interests: Internet of Things; sensor networks; green computing; cloud and fog computing; fault diagnosis; wireless sensor networks; multimedia communication; middleware; security
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Interests: wireless sensor networks; cloud computing; Internet of Things; big data; social networks; security
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Leveraging various information and communication technologies, our Internet is evolving into the Internet of Things (IoT) which aims to offer various comfortable and convenient services (e.g., smart climate control, smart street lighting, smart transportation, smart parking, and smart grid) to people. However, collaboration and security are identified as two critical issues that go under the radar of enthusiasts championing the IoT concept (i.e., connecting “Things” in the world). Specifically, research has shown that collaboration is the key to an open and accessible IoT. Investigation has found that security is the key to a trustable and robust IoT. In addition, collecting data from the “Things”, sensor networks act as the “eyes” and “ears” of IoT.
Therefore, toward a collaborative and secure IoT from the sensor networks perspective, this Special Issue solicits original technical papers with novel contributions on sensor networks taking into account the collaboration and security issues of IoT. Tutorial or survey papers are also welcome. In addition, selected high quality papers from Collaboratecom 2017 (http://collaboratecom.org/2017/show/home) will be invited for further consideration in this Special Issue for publication. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
Communication in sensor networks for collaborative IoT
Communication in sensor networks for secure IoT
Computing in sensor networks for collaborative IoT
Computing in sensor networks for secure IoT
Middleware in sensor networks for collaborative IoT
Middleware in sensor networks for secure IoT
Cross-layer design in sensor networks for collaborative IoT
Cross-layer design in sensor networks for secure IoT
Testbed in sensor networks for collaborative IoT
Testbed in sensor networks for secure IoT
Novel application in sensor networks for collaborative IoT
Novel application in sensor networks for secure IoT
Prof. Dr. Lei Shu
Prof. Dr. Mohsen Guizani
Dr. Chunsheng Zhu
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