Workshop Program

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Tuesday, April 4, 2017 (Room Tesla)

8:00 - 9:00 Registration
9:00 - 9:15 Opening
9:15 - 10:30 Keynote by Per Persson (Ericsson Research) - see abstract and bio below
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 - 12:30

(Session 1, Chair: Marie C. Platenius)

"Self-healing for Distributed Workflows in the Internet of Things" - Ronny Seiger, Stefan Herrmann and Uwe Assmann

"Towards the Web of Augmented Things" - Alessandro Ricci and Angelo Croatti

"A Commitment-based approach to realize Emergent Configurations in the Internet of Things" - Fahed Alkhabbas, Majed Ayyad, Radu-Casian Mihailescu and Paul Davidsson

12:10-12:30 - Working Session

12:30 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 15:30

(Session 2, Chair: Romina Spalazzese)

"Architecting IoT Applications with SysADL" - Jair Leite, Thais Batista and Flavio Oquendo

"Automatic Generation of Distributed Run-time Infrastructure for Internet of Things (IoT)" - Saleh Mohamed, Matthew Forshaw and Nigel Thomas

"Knowledge-driven Architecture Composition - Case-based Formalization of Integration Knowledge to Enable Automated Component Coupling" - Fabian Burzlaff and Christian Bartelt

15:10-15:30 - Working Session

15:30 - 16:00 Coffee break
16:00 - 17:30

(Session 3, Chair: Steffen Becker)

"IoT-enabled Physical Telerehabilitation Platform" - Mauro Caporuscio, Danny Weyns, Jesper Andersson, Clara Axelsson and Göran Petersson

"On-The-Fly Computing Meets IoT Markets - Towards a Reference Architecture" - Bahar Jazayeri and Simon Schwichtenberg

16:50-17:30 - Working Session & Closing


April 4, 9:15 to 10:30

IoT: Hype, High Hopes, and Hurdles

The Internet of Things is probably at the peak of the hype curve. Some analysts estimate that IoT will have an economic impact in the range of 5 to 10 trillion US dollars by 2025. Comparing to GDP predictions from OECD, IoT would thus constitute between 5% and 10% of the world's GDP in 2025. A reality check from a technology standpoint is clearly needed.
This keynote will address a couple of seemingly simple questions: Where are we today, why are we here, how did we get here, and how did we get a 13 digit valuation? Is there anything we can learn from history, particularly from the emergence of computers and the internet, and the dotcom boom?
Looking forward, there are a number of hurdles that we need to overcome in order to meet expectations. IoT, by its nature, touches every aspect of ICT, and then some. We need to deal with heterogeneity, connectivity, life-cycle management, security, privacy, trust, developer productivity, human interaction, and last but not least, we need to figure out how to make money from it.

About the keynote speaker

Per Persson

Per Persson

Master Researcher at Cloud System Software Technology at Ericsson Research in Lund, Sweden

Per Persson is a Master Researcher at Cloud System Software Technology at Ericsson Research in Lund, Sweden. He joined Ericsson Research in 2004 where he has been working with multimedia, graphics, and software-as-a-service and he is currently involved in IoT and cloud research. Before joining Ericsson he was with Active Control AB, a startup developing algorithms and tools to reduce vibrations and prevent failures in cutting machinery. Prior to joining Active Control, he was with Signal Control AB, researching and developing active noise and vibration control systems primarily for aircraft and trains. He received his Ph.D. in Signal Processing at BTH, Sweden, in 2003, and his M.Sc. in Engineering Physics at LTH, Sweden, in 1995. His research interests include combinatorial optimization, complex systems behaviour, distributed algorithms, and self-adapting systems. He holds a number of patents, and has published papers in several fields including quantum mechanics, signal processing, combinatorial optimization, applied graph theory, and IoT.