Call for papers

Web of Things (WoT) investigates how to envision interoperability by re-using well-accepted standards and technologies adopted in the World Wide Web (WWW). Differently from other stack-oriented solutions (e.g. 6LoWPAN), WoT-based approaches propose to achieve system interoperability at the application layer, abstracting from the sensing and communication technologies: in a first approximation, Things are represented as Web resources, and all the interactions toward and between Things are mapped over Representational State Transfer (REST) services.

This workshop invites original research articles and review articles that focus on the Web of Things and interoperability challenges in IoT scenarios. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Interoperability for Industrial Scenarios
  • W3C Web of Things
  • Fog, Edge, and Cloud Computing for Web of Things Systems
  • 5G Integration with the Web of Things
  • Industrial Web of Things
  • Semantic technologies for the Web of Things
  • Security and Privacy in the Web of Things
  • Discovery in IoT and WoT Systems
  • (Web) Thing models
  • Web technologies for Internet of Things
  • QoS guarantees for Industrial scenarios
Important Dates
 Paper submission:
8 November 2021 (Extended)

25 November 2021

Camera ready:
1 December 2021