Technical Program

08:00 Registration

08:30 Opening Remarks

09:00 Keynote session

Raj Jain (Washington University in Saint Louis) – Internet of Things and Smart Cities: Challenges and Issues

10:00 Coffee Break

10:30 Technical Session 1

Riccardo Petrolo, Salvatore Guzzo Bonifacio, Valeria Loscri and Nathalie Mitton – The discovery of relevant data-sources in a Smart City environment

Marco Sapienza, Ermanno Lorenzo Guardo, Giuseppe La Torre, Guerrino Leombruno, Marco Cavallo and Orazio Tomarchio – Solving critical events through Mobile Edge Computing: an approach for smart cities

Dario Bruneo, Salvatore Distefano, Francesco Longo and Giovanni Merlino – An IoT testbed for the Software Defined City vision: the #SmartME project

Luca Cagliero, Tania Cerquitelli, Silvia Chiusano, Paolo Garza, Giuseppe Ricupero and Xin Xiao – Modeling correlations among air pollution-related data through generalized association rules

12:00 Lunch

1:30 Technical Session 2

Antonio Celesti, Davide Mulfari, Maria Fazio, Massimo Villari and Antonio Puliafito – Exploring Container Virtualization in IoT Clouds

Paolo Suppa and Eugenio Zimeo – A context-aware mashup recommender based on social networks data mining and user activities

Driss Benhaddou, Wellington Cabrera and Carlos Ordonez – Solar Energy Prediction for Smart Community Microgrid

3:00 Coffee Break

3:30 NSF Special Session on Smart Service Systems (in conjunction with SmartSys 2016)

Dr. Alexandra Medina-Borja – NSF Program Director, PFI: BIC – Smart Service Systems Industrial Innovation and Partnerships Division, IIP

4:15 – Panel: Writing Winning Research Proposals: Successes and Pitfalls (in conjunction with SmartSys 2016)

Moderator: Dr. Alexandra Medina-Borja

Panelists: Krishna Kant, Director Center for Research in Energy and Configuration Management, Professor, Department of Computer and Information Systems, Temple University, USA.

Don Engel, Assistant Vice President for Research, Affiliate Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA.

Jiannong Cao, Professor & Chair, Department of Computing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong.

5:00 – Workshop closing remarks