Wireless sensors and wireless sensor networks are critical components for manufacturing, structural health, security monitoring, transportation, commercial applications, and location tracking systems. The Internet of Things is a system of sensors and computers that communicate with themselves and your mobile devices. Papers featuring innovative work are solicited in (but not limited to) the following areas of wireless sensor systems:

  • Wireless sensors For Communication, Radar, Positioning and Imaging Applications
  • Wireless sensors for Localization, tracking, and RFID technologies
  • Wireless integrated sensors, front-ends, and building blocks
  • Wireless sensors for harsh environments, environmental, health, home and commercial applications
  • Wireless sensors networks, smart sensor systems, and autonomic networking
  • Sensor networks for sensor network topologies and sensor network communication architecture
  • Coexistence, synchronization and scheduling issues in hybrid and social networks
  • Cryptography, security, privacy issues in ad-hoc, sensor and mesh networks
  • Six-Port and Multi-Port Technology

Additionally, two new topics will be included for this year::

  • Internet of Things hardware, protocols and applications
  • Wireless Sensors Applications in Wearable Computing

The aim of WiSNet is to link the focuses of IEEE MTT and IEEE ComSoc in a unique way. Submissions are evaluated based on novelty, significance of the work, technical content, interest to the audience, and presentation. Be an active part of this event! We are looking forward to your submission! The submission deadline for your paper with up to three pages is July 25 , 2017. All accepted papers will be published in a digest and be included in IEEE Xplore.

Call for papers (WiSNet2017) can be found here.

 

WiSNet Co-Chairs:

Alexander Kölpin, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Luca Roselli, University of Perugia