Program Monday, May 6th, 2024, 14:00-17h30

Room: Cosmos

You can also check the Manage-IoT workshop at the IEEE NOMS agenda

The workshop was a full success and well attended with about 25 people. Thank you for the great keynote, Mauro Tortonesi, and all the excellent presentations and discussions!

Hope to see you and your friends in a future edition!

Marc-Oliver Pahl

p.s.: You find a longer article here.


Authors have a 20-minutes slot for their presentation (15min. presentations + 3min. Q&A).

AGENDA Monday, May 6th, 2024

12h30-14h00: LUNCH BREAK

14h10-15h10: Opening and Keynote (Chair: Marc-Oliver Pahl)

  • 14h00-14h05 Opening (Manage-IoT Chairs)
  • 14h05 1 min madness per paper (5 papers)
    • Each author presents in 1 min why one should stay and listen to the paper presentation.

14h10-15h10: KEYNOTE “Unveiling the Next Frontier: IoT Management in the Compute Continuum”

  • “Unveiling the Next Frontier: IoT Management in the Compute Continuum,” Keynote by Prof. Mauro Tortonesi, (40min+10min Q&A)

    Abstract: The Compute Continuum brings together an assortment of
    computational, network, and storage resources, spreaded across
    different layers and accessible through a (mostly) homogeneous API,
    resulting in a unified distributed computing ecosystem. From the IoT
    service development and management perspective, this opens new
    possibilities for distributing the load of computational intensive
    services such as Big Data and/or ML applications, online gaming,
    immersive services, and so on. This keynote will discuss some of the
    most promising research avenues and approaches, highlighting how
    digital twins, computational intelligence, reinforcement learning, and
    federated and continual learning can be applied to implement dynamic
    and proactive service fabric management solutions for IoT
  • Mauro Tortonesi, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
    Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Ferrara,
    Ferrara, Italy
  • Mauro Tortonesi is the head of the Big Data and Compute Continuum
    research laboratory at the University of Ferrara, Italy. He received
    the Ph.D. degree in computer engineering from the University of
    Ferrara, in 2006. He was a Visiting Scientist with the Florida
    Institute for Human & Machine Cognition (IHMC), Pensacola, FL, USA,
    from 2004 to 2005 and with the United States Army Research Laboratory,
    Adelphi, MD, USA, in 2015. He participates / has participated with
    several roles in a wide number of research projects in the distributed
    systems area, with particular reference to Compute Continuum, IoT and
    Big Data solutions in industrial and military environments. He has
    co-authored over 100 publications and has 4 international patents.

15h10-15h30: PAPER SESSION 1: Industry 5.0 (Chair: Marc-Oliver Pahl)

  • 15h10-15h30 “A Machine Learning Operations Platform for Streamlined Model Serving in Industry 5.0,” Lorenzo Colombi (University of Ferrara, Italy), Alessandro Gilli (University of Ferrara, Italy), Simon Dahdal (University of Ferrara, Italy), Ion Boleac (University of Ferrara, Italy), Mauro Tortonesi (University of Ferrara, Italy), Cesare Stefanelli (University of Ferrara, Italy), Massimiliano Vignoli

15h30-16h00: COFFEE BREAK

16h00-17h30: PAPER SESSION 2: Dissecting the Domains (Chair: Filippo Poltonieri)

  • 16h00-16h20 “Design and Implementation of CWMP-Enabled Multipath Management Mechanism in Home Networks,” Wei-Zhi Huang (Telecommunication Laboratories, Chunghwa Telecom Co., Ltd., Taiwan), Yu-En Chang, Yu-Hsiang Lin (Chunghwa Telecom Laboratories, Taiwan), Hsin-Chieh Huang
  • 16h20-16h40 “Distributed Automated Testing Framework for Bluetooth Mesh Applications,” Jorg Wieme (Ghent University, Belgium), Mathias Baert (Ghent University – IMEC, Belgium), Jeroen Hoebeke (Ghent University, Belgium)
  • 16h40-17h00 “Time Sensitive Industrial Applications in Kubernetes,” Dávid Balla (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary), István Moldován (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary), Miklós Máté (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary), Markosz Maliosz (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary), Janos Harmatos (Ericsson Hungary, Hungary)
  • 17h00-17h30 “eMTD: Energy-Aware Moving Target Defense for Sustainable Solar Sensor-based Smart Farms,” Dian Chen (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, United States of America), Ing-Ray Chen (Virginia Tech, United States of America), Dong Sam Ha, Jin-Hee Cho
  • 17h30 Closing