Important Dates

March 1, 2024

Workshop Proposal Due

May 1, 2024

Paper Submission Deadline

June 6, 2024

Author Notification

June 25, 2024

Camera-ready and Registration

August 19-22, 2024

Conference Date


Call For Papers

As an emerged promising networking model, the Internet-of-Things (loT) is a novel paradigm to interconnect a multitude of heterogeneous physical objects and devices. The loT significantly provides an umbrella for a series of critical building technologies including wireless sensor networks (WSNs), fifth generation (5G) networks, and RFID. The philosophy of the loT is to develop an intelligent, dynamic, large-scale, and coherent network framework for a wide range of applications and industries. Due to its potential advantages and merits such as high reliability, good scalability, and intelligent capacity, the loT has attracted great attentions and interests from both academia and industry.

The 2024 IEEE International Conference on Internet of Things (Things 2024) will provide a high-profile, leading-edge forum for researchers, engineers, and practitioners from both academic and industrial communities to present state-of-the-art advances and innovations in theories, systems, infrastructure, tools, testbeds, technologies, and applications for the loT, as well as to identify emerging research topics and define the future of everything interconnect via cberspace.

Tracks and Topics
Track 1: IoT Enabling Technologies
   • Actuator and acting technologies
   • Low power and energy harvesting
   • Real-time systems for IoT
   • Streaming processing for IoT
   • IoT big data analytics
   • Cloud/fog/edge computing for IoT
   • Embedded middleware design
   • Cloud/fog/edge computing resource scheduling stragety for IoT

Track 2: IoT Networks & Communications
   • Wireless communication protocols
   • 5G and next generation networks
   • Self-organizing networks
   • Lightweight communications
   • IoT network protocol algorithms
   • IoT network systems
   • End-Edge-Cloud network systems

Track 3: IoT Services and Intelligence
   • Big Data platforms for IoT
   • Big Data management for IoT
   • Distributed Machine Learning for IoT
   • Artificial intelligence for IoT
   • Semantic Computing for IoT
   • IoT security, privacy and trust
   • Quality of Data/Service for IoT
   • Data Privacy for IoT
   • Novel IoT Data processing systems

Track 4: IoT Systems and Applications
   • Industrial IoT applications
   • Agriculture IoT applications
   • Transportation IoT applications
   • Healthcare IoT applications
   • Energy IoT applications
   • Supply Chain for IoT
   • Business system for IoT

Each paper is limited to 8 pages for regular papers and 6 pages for workshop papers in IEEE Computer Society proceedings format (or up to 2 extra pages with page over length charge if it is accepted), including tables, figures, references and appendices. All papers need to be submitted electronically through the corresponding websites with PDF format.
Paper submissions must be made electronically through the conference submission website (EDAS) using the following link:

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