IEEE IoT Newsletter - January 2022


Article 1

Generating Data Traces for Intrusion Detection in Low-power IoT Mesh Networks

Niclas Finne, JeongGil Ko, and Thiemo Voigt

Given their remote deployment and distributed operational characteristics, low-power IoT mesh networks are prone to various attacks. Furthermore, since many of these networks carry user-sensitive data, such attacks must be captured early before compromising user privacy. Machine learning algorithms hold the potential to effectively model and capture various attack scenarios.

 


Article 2

Giving Power to the Edge: How to Improve IoT Performance and Keep Security

Francesca Cuomo, Ioannis Chatzigiannakis, Ilenia Tinnirello, Domenico Garlisi, and Pietro Spadaccino

Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN) technologies deliver scalable and long-term networks of devices that integrate sensing, computation, and wireless communication that are embedded in complex physical indoor and outdoor environments. LPWAN technologies allow embedded devic-es to communicate directly to network gateways over distances in the range of several Kilometers.

 


Article 3The Metaverse: A Different Perspective

Ahmed Banafa

The term Metaverse has been a hot topic of conversation recently, with many tech giants like Facebook and Microsoft staking claims. But what is The Metaverse?

 

 

EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS


Article 5

IEEE Internet of Things Initiative - Upcoming Events

IEEE 8th World Forum on Internet of Things 2022
3–18 November 2022 // Yokohama, Japan // Hybrid: In-Person and Virtual Conference


Article 5

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Internet of Things Magazine logoThe IEEE Internet of Things Magazine solicits high quality articles that: a) describe in depth and/or breadth the state-of-the-art multi-disciplinary IoT-centric research and deployments, b) present groundbreaking novel practical contributions and insights into emerging IoT hot topics and futuristic applications, c) develop/share best practices, vision and lessons learned on integrated IoT environments, and d) establish guiding principles for the advancement of IoT-centered research as well as for the technical, operational and business successes.

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This Month's Contributors

Niclas Finne is a senior researcher at RISE Computer Science.
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JeongGil Ko is an associate professor in the School of Integrated Technology, College of Engineering at Yonsei University.
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Thiemo Voigt received the Ph.D. degree from Uppsala University, Sweden, in 2002.
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Francesca Cuomo is a Professor at the University of Rome La Sapienza, and a research associate with CNIT.
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Ioannis Chatzigiannakis holds a Ph.D. from the University of Patras (2003) in the area of ad-hoc wireless mobile networks and a BEng from the University of Kent (1997) in Computer Systems Engineering.
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Ilenia Tinnirello is an Associate Professor at the University of Palermo.
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Domenico Garlisi is a CNIT researcher working at the Palermo research unit.
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Pietro Spadaccino is a PhD student at Sapienza Università di Roma in Information and Telecommunication Engineering (ICT).
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Ahmed Banafa has extensive experience in research, operations, and management, with a focus on IoT, Blockchain, Cybersecurity, and AI.
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