IEEE Virtual World Forum on Internet of Things 2020
A Multi-Event Conference

Student Paper Contest

The Student Paper Contest submissions were reviewed and the top 14 have been selected. These 14 selected students are now required to prepare a poster representing their work to be presented in the Student Paper Contest poster session on Monday, April 6th. During this poster session, the committee will select the first, second, and third place winners.

The Top Candidates:

  • Lam Nguyen, Israel Leyva-Mayorga, and Petar Popovski “Witness-based Approach for Scaling Distributed
  • Ledgers to Massive IoT Scenarios George D. O’Mahony, Philip J. Harris, and Colin C. Murphy “Detecting Interference in Wireless Sensor Network Received Samples: A Machine Learning Approach”
  • Kasem Khalil, Khalid Elgazzar, Ahmed Abdelgawad, and Magdy Bayoumi “A Security Approach for CoAP-based Internet of Things Resource Discovery”
  • Frederik Rander Andersen, Kalpit Dilip Ballal, Martin Nordal Petersen and Sarah Ruepp “Ranging Capabilities of LoRa 2.4 GHz”
  • Guus Leenders, Gilles Callebaut, Liesbet Van der Perre, and Lieven De Strycker “An Experimental Evaluation of Energy Trade-Offs in Narrowband IoT”
  • Moussa Coulibaly, Ahmed Errami, and Essaid Sabir “An Occupancy-Aware Power Saving Mode for Smart Parking IoT Sensors”
  • Igor Khokhlov and Leon Reznik “Knowledge Graph in Data Quality Evaluation for IoT applications”
  • Sheriton R. Valim, Felipe Nogueira, Flavia Pisani, Markus Endler “Middleware Support for Generic and Flexible Actuation in the Internet of Mobile Things”
  • Ghaith Matalkah, and Edward J. Coyle “From Smart to Intelligent Utility Meters in Natural Gas Distribution Networks”
  • Paridhika Kayal, J ̈org Liebeherr “Autonomic IoT Application Placement in Edge/Fog Computing”
  • Omar Eldash, Adam Frost, Kasem Khalil, Ashok Kumar, and Magdy Bayoumi “Dynamically Reconfigurable Deep Learning for Efficient Video Processing in Smart IoT Systems”
  • Dhairya Karna, Aditya Vikram, Astitva Kumar, and M. Rizwan “A Novel Fuzzy based Intelligent Demand Side Management for Automated Load Scheduling”
  • Zachary Kahleifeh and Himanshu Thapliyal “Two-Phase Energy-Efficient Secure Positive Feedback Logic (2-EE-SPFAL) for CPA Resistant IoT Devices”
  • Sonia Bradai, Ghada Bouattour, Slim Naifar, and Olfa Kanoun “Electromagnetic Energy Harvester for Battery-Free IoT Solutions”



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