Internet of Everything

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Internet of Everything - Algorithms, Methodologies, Technologies and Perspectives

December 31, 2016 – January 30, 2017


Prof. Dr. Beniamino Di Martino, Dept. of Industr. and Inform.Eng., Second University of Naples, , Italy

Prof. Dr. Kuan-Ching Li, Providence University, Chung-Chi Road 200, 43301 Taichung, Taiwan

Prof. Dr. Laurence T. Yang, St. Francis Xavier University, Department of Computer Science, No Street, AntigonishB2G 2W5, Canada

Eng. Antonio Esposito,  Dept. of Industr. and Inform.Eng., Second University of Naples, 81031 Aversa, Italy

Due to recent advancements in connection technologies and the widespread of smart devices, capable to communicate and exchange consistent loads of information, our environment is transforming into an “Internet of Everything(IoE). The Internet of Everything has become a catch-all phrase to describe adding connectivity and intelligence to just about every device in order to give them special functions. However, this can be quite reductive, as IoE provides links not only among things, but also data, people and (business) processes. Evolution of current sensor and device networks, with strong interaction with people and social environments, will have a dramatic impact on everything from city planning, first responders, military, and health. Several Internet and connection-based paradigms fall under the IoE umbrella, such as:

  • Internet of Thing (IoT), which connects cyber, physical and biological worlds via smart sensors and devices strongly immersed in the surrounding environment.

  • Internet of People (IoP), which considers links and connections among people, and their social interactions.

  • Industrial Internet (II), more focused on data of interest for/coming from Industries.

While such areas cover many aspects of today's life, there is still the strong need to contextualize and integrate data and information coming from different networks and frameworks. Indeed, there is the need to provide a common ground for integrating information coming from heterogeneous sources. Such a shared ecosystem would allow for the interaction among data, sensor inputs and heterogeneous systems. In order to enable such an integrated framework, semantics become a fundamental component: semantic technologies are able to provide the necessary bridge between different data representations, and to solve terminology incongruence.

Internet Of Everything will provide a collection of 10-15 chapters (15 to 20 pages)  including all sections such as references, authored by leading experts, offering an in-depth description of concepts, issues, challenges, innovations, and opportunities in the field of Internet of Things, Internet of People, Industrial Internet and related topics.

The book will be published by Springer, in the series Internet of Things - Technology, Communications and Computing

Paper Submission Guidelines

Important Dates

Submission Deadline:  November 15th  2016

November 20th  2016 

Call for Papers

Chapters contribution is upon invitations; if you are reading this page, either you have been addressed to it upon an invitation of the Editors, or you are a coauthor of an invited author, or you have arrived here by mistake

Author Guidelines

Authors are invited to submit their manuscript by using the submission system privded by the present website, available after registration (not all authors need to register, just the one submitting).

The number of pages would be between 15 and 20 pages, but there are no real tight constraints. 

Authors should format their manuscripts, in pdf format, according to the following template:

- word template:

- latex template: 


Registered authors can submit their chapters here:

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