Internet of Things

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• No fees for the authors, open access to all papers and very short review time using e-Scripts.

• A PDF file containing additional links to IoT data sets, experimental settings, videos, web pages or social networks can be uploaded with the paper (strongly encouraged).

• Three paper types (for short Letters and Special Issues, please, contact the EiC/Co-EiC): o technical papers: typically 10 (+/- 2) pages (emerging, transactions quality); o survey papers: typically 15 (+/- 5) pages (bibliographical survey on IoT topics); o magazine papers: typically 10 (+/- 2) pages (interesting ideas, no mathematics); INDEXING AND IMPACT FACTOR: EAI Endorsed Transactions on IoT will be submitted for inclusion in all the major indexing services, including Google Scholar, Microsoft Academic Search, DBLP, Engineering Information, Web of Science (ISI) Citation Index.


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The scope of the Transactions encompasses latest advances in the growing field of the Internet of Things (IoT), with the topics of interest being:

Technologies & Protocols: sensors, energy harvesters, RFID, machine-type communications, medium access protocols, radio resource management, industrial control, real-time systems, embedded software design.

Architectures & Services: cloud-based platforms, big data processing engines, security, privacy, device management, CPS/SCADA platforms, innovative/open service architectures, data mining, service middleware, semantic service management.

Applications & Use Cases: smart cities, smart buildings, smart traffic, industrial internet of things, smart metering, smart agriculture, etc.

Standardisation Landscape: IEEE, IETF, 3GPP, ETSI, and various alliances.

Experimentation & Prototypes: real-world deployments at scale, industrial deployments, experiences with prototypes (including what didn’t work), etc.

The aims of the transactions on the IoT are as follows:

  • to attract cutting-edge publications from leading researchers and research groups around the world;
  • to become a highly cited source of timely research findings in emerging fields of the Internet of Things;
  • to limit revision and publication cycles to a few weeks and thus significantly increase attractiveness to publish;


Mischa Dohler is full Professor in Wireless Communications at King’s College London, Head of the Centre for Telecommunications Research, co-founder and member of the Board of Directors of the smart city pioneer Worldsensing, Fellow and Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE, and Editor-in-Chief of the Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies.

He is a frequent keynote, panel and tutorial speaker. He has pioneered several research fields, contributed to numerous wireless broadband, IoT/M2M and cyber security standards, holds a dozen patents, organized and chaired numerous conferences, has more than 200 publications, and authored several books; at a very high citation h-index.

He acts as policy, technology and entrepreneurship adviser, examples being Richard Branson’s Carbon War Room, House of Lords UK, UK Ministry BIS, EPSRC ICT Strategy Advisory Team, European Commission, ISO Smart City working group, and various start-ups.

He is also an entrepreneur, angel investor, passionate pianist and fluent in 6 languages. He has talked at TEDx. He had coverage by national and international TV & radio; and his contributions have featured on BBC News and the Wall Street Journal.


Jesus Alonso-Zarate – PhD and IEEE Senior Member – received his M. Sc. (with Honors) and Ph. D (Cum Laude) degrees in Telecommunication Engineering from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC, Spain) in March 2004 and February 2009, respectively. In 2005, he was awarded by the National Telecommunication Agency (COIT) of Spain with the Best Master Thesis Award in ICT and in 2011 he received the UPC Award for his PhD thesis. He is now with the CTTC (Barcelona, Spain) holding a Senior Research Associate position and is Head of the M2M Department.

He has published more than 100 scientific papers in renowned international journals (IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine, IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, etc.) and international conferences (IEEE ICC, IEEE GLOBECOM, IEEE PIMRC, IEEE VTC, etc.) over the last years and has also participated in both European-funded and industrial research projects.

He is member of the IEEE ComSoc CSIM Technical Committee (Communication Systems Integration and Modeling) and works as reviewer and chair for numerous international conferences. He is part of the Editorial Board of the IET Wireless Sensor Systems Journal and the Wiley Transactions on Emerging Telecommunication Technologies (ETT).

In 2014, he has been awarded with the Best Demo Runner-Up Award at the prestigious IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications (IEEE INFOCOM) 2014 with a research demo entitled: “Demonstrating Low-Power Distributed Queuing for Active RFID Communications At 433 MHz”. In 2013, he was awarded with the 2013 EURASIP Best Journal Paper Award on Advances in Signal Processing for a journal paper published in a special issue on wireless cooperative communications. In 2011 he was awarded with the Best Paper Award of IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC) with a technical contribution towards the energy-efficiency of wireless communications.

Editorial Board - (first gender-balanced Board)

Thomas Watteyne, INRIA, France; Linear Technologies, USA

Maria Rita Palattella, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Xavi Vilajosana, UOC, Spain; Worldsensing, Spain

Antonella Molinaro, University Mediterranea of Reggio Calabria, Italy

Atta Quddus, University of Surrey, UK

Carla-Fabiana Chiasserini, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Kan Zheng, BUPT, China

Liljana Gavrilovska, University Sts. Cyril and Methodius, Macedonia

Joachim Sachs, Ericsson, Sweden

Rose Qingyang Hu, Utah State University, USA


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