9th Workshop on
Communications in Critical Embedded Systems
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak that still affects several countries, WoCCES presentations will be online. The safety and well-being of all conference participants is our priority. Authors of accepted papers will be invited to upload a 15 minutes presentation of their work.
Paper submission deadline:
July 1st, 2021 July 4th, 2021 (FIRM!)
Notification of acceptance: July 18th, 2021
Camera-ready papers due: July 25th, 2021
Workshop date: Sept 5th, 2021
(*) Each deadline expires at 23:59:59 UTC+3 (EEST)
Early registration (virtual):
IEEE member: € 180.00
IEEE non member: € 220.00
All late registrations will be charged a 40 Euros fee
Currently, there is a growing demand for embedded systems in several areas e.g. agricultural, industrial, civil, transportation and residential. The fast growth of computing power on microprocessors and microcontrollers, and the higher connectivity has led to a whole new class of applications, such as autonomous vehicle systems (air, ground, underwater, etc.) and mobile robots. Moreover, depending on the application, these systems are not only embedded systems, but critical embedded systems as they deal with risk related to lives and high value assets.
Due to the high connectivity provided by the Internet of Things and the flexibility of Cloud Computing-based systems, a large number of devices can currently be deployed in areas of interest that are likely to be considered critical. Meeting very specific requirements on communications and control is mandatory to guarantee that sensitive tasks are accurately performed on targeted environments.
WoCCES aims at the integration of researchers working on the fields of communications and control in critical embedded systems including Connected Vehicles, Internet of Things, Smart Cities, Cloud and Fog Computing, Security, Cryptography, and Privacy.
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Topics of Interest
Control and Navigation of Intelligent Systems;
Cloud Computing Security;
Field-programmable Gate Array (FPGA);
Fly-by-Wireless and Drive-by-Wireless;
Graphics Processing Unit (GPU);
Hardware and Software Architectures;
High-availability Clusters and Embedded Computing Grids;
Internet of Things (including Internet of Flying Things);
Medium Access Control, Antennas and Cognitive Radio;
Middleware and Web Services;
Mobile and Embedded Computing;
Peer-to-Peer, Mobile and Ad-Hoc Networks;
Safety and Certification;
Sensors and Mobile Robots;
Unmanned systems (UAVs, UGVs, etc);
Wireless Sensor Networks.