|13:00 – 13:30||Welcome|
|13:30 – 14:30||Keynote|
|Valeria Loscri – Integration of heterogeneous things in a Smart City environment|
|14:30 – 15:00||Coffee break|
|15:00 – 16:15||Session 1 (Chair: Walid Bechkit)|
– Junaid Khan (Univ. La Rochelle & INSA Lyon)- STRIVE: Socially-aware Three-tier Routing in Information-centric Vehicular Environment.
|16:15– 16:45||Coffee break|
|16:45– 18:00||Session 2 (Chair: Razvan Stanica)|
– Léo Le Taro (INSA Lyon) – Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks for Air Pollution Monitoring.
Over the last decade, we witnessed a massive urbanization of our society. Indeed, more than 54% the world population lives in urban areas; this proportion exceeds 73% in developed countries and will grow to 66% in the world by 2050. In this new context, the concept of smart cities has merged to address the efficiency and the sustainability of our cities while enhancing the people’s life. Communication technologies are already an integral part of our society, and the design and implementation of smart cities need to rely upon them.
The thematic « Smart Cities » day, to be held in Sophia Antipolis on January 11th, aims at approaching researchers and engineers working on topics related to communication networks for smart cities. This workshop will be co-located with the annual Rescom days (Jan. 12-13). We invite presentations of consolidated works or ongoing works with preliminary results on the following topics (but not limited to):
• Smart City communication architectures
• Urban scale mobile networks
• IoT protocols and algorithms for Smart Cities
• Smart City networked applications
• Reliability, security and privacy in Smart Cities networks
• Wireless sensor networks for Smart Cities
• Connected and mobile citizens
• Content Delivery Networks (CDN) for Smart Cities
• Smart Cities and social networks
Authors who wish to present their works should send a title and an abstract of the presentation to Walid Bechkit (walid.bechkit[at]insa-lyon.fr) and Razvan Stanica (razvan.stanica[at]insa-lyon.fr) before December 16th. We welcome proposals for 20 minute presentations, in either English or French.