The European IoT Analytics Summit is a meeting place for both academia, government and industr y to discuss upcoming challenges of IoT data mining, machine learning and data science methods.
The Internet of Things (IoT), the large network of physical devices that extends beyond the typical computer networks, will be creating a huge quantity of data in real time in the next future. The realization of IoT depends on being able to gain the insights hidden in the vast and growing seas of data available. Since current approaches don't scale to Internet of Things (IoT) volumes, new systems with novel mining techniques are necessary due to the velocity, but also variety, and variability, of such data. There is a great deal of interest in analyzing data from IoT.
The European IoT Analytics Summit is a meeting place for both academia, government and industry to discuss upcoming challenges of IoT data mining, machine learning and data science methods. The main goal for this year's workshop is to bring together top researchers from academia, as well as top data scientists from industry and government with the special focus of evolving infrastructures for IoT.
EuroIoTA 2016, taking place in Paris on November 24th, will be accepting talks proposals from June 25th, 2016 through September 5th, 2016. Poster and Demo proposals can be submitted until October 1st, 2016. Due to the competitive nature of the selection process, we encourage prospective speakers to submit their proposals as early as possible.
The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
We call for submissions in one of the two forms:
Each technical talk is given 30 minutes for presentation. To submit for a technical talk, we require a talk abstract. The organizing committee will review the talk abstracts to make the final selection.
Poster and Demos:
We would like to encourage participation of practitioners and researchers from industry and academia to submit their most recent works to enable discussion and networking. All posters and demos on relevant topics will be very welcomed.
Submit your proposal through the EuroIoTA 2016 Submission Site.