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2018 International Conference on Internet of Things and Intelligence System (IoTaIS 2018)
International Conference on IoT and Intelligence System (IoTaIS), held on November 1 - 3, 2018, in Bali, Indonesia, intends to provide a forum for meetings of industry players, researchers and academicians, to showcase the latest research results, to collaborate and to share ideas for the advancement of IoT and Intelligence System.

IEEE 1st 5G World Forum (5GWF'18)
The 2018 IEEE 1st 5G World Forum (5GWF'18) in Santa Clara, California July 9-11 is a unique event bringing together experts from industry, academia, and research to exchange their vision and advances towards 5G to encourage innovative collaboration to benefit society.

The Second Global IoT Summit (GIOTS 2018)
The objective of GIoTS it is to bring together the research and industry communities active in the IoT domain. Held June 4-7, 2018 in Bilbao, Spain

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4th World Forum on Internet of Things (WFIOT 2018)
Premier conference for the IEEE IoT Initiative and consists of the most outstanding participants from the research community, the public sector, and industry. The theme of the Conference, held February 5-8, 2018, was "Smart Cites and Nations" in recognition of Singapore's strides in embracing "Smart" -- policies, principles, and practices.

10th Annual IEEE Green Technologies Conference (GreenTech)
This Conference, held April 4-6, 2018, was conceived to address one of the most pressing challenges of our time-securing green and clean energy sources for the 21st century to protect the environment and help build a more resilient power grid. GreenTech is now in its 10th year, and the hope is to draw insights and encourage collaboration from many disciplines and backgrounds in order to address these challenges.

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NITRD Report on CPS and IoT
There has historically been uncertainty about the relationship between CPS and IoT, which has hindered close interaction and communication across the respective communities. This document describes the origins of these terms, analyzes the range of definitions over time, and describes a unified perspective that clarifies that relationship and reduces uncertainty to promote a common basis for working together -- exchanging best practices and ideas, pursuing shared goals, avoiding duplication of effort, reducing the proliferation of conflicting standards, and catalyzing discovery and innovation.
Rebooting the IT Revoluation
To realize the full benefits of the Internet of Things and Big Data and to build the foundation for future technologies that convert data to "insight", there is an urgent need for a targeted and coordinated government initiative similar to that which sparked the semiconductor revolution fifty years ago--a "National Computing and Insight Technologies Ecosystem" initiative (N-CITE).
IoT/CPS Opportunity Report
The objective of this report is to provide a draft selection of EU-US cooperation opportunities on IoT/CPS that were identified within the PICASSO project and that will be refined, validated, and extended during the remainder of the project.

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End-to-End Security fo the Internet of Things
Prabal Dutta (University of Michigan), Philip Levis (Stanford University), and Bjoern Hartmann (University of California, Berkeley)

Cyber-Physical Fingerprinting for IoT Authentication: Accelerating IoT Research and Education Under the GCTC
Walid Saad (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)

CPS: Breakthrough: Secure Interactions with Internet of Things
Kang Shin (University of Michigan Ann Arbor)

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Internet of Self-powered Sensors - Towards a Scalable Long-term Condition-based Monitoring and Maintenance of Civil Infrastructure
Shantua Chakrabartty (Washington University in St. Louis) and Gorkhan Pekcan (University of Nevada, Reno)

Support for Security and Safety of Programmable IoT Systems
Atul Prakash (University of Michigan Ann Arbor) and Darko Marinov (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Towards Dependable Self-Powered Things for the IoT
Susan Trolier-McKinstry (Pennsylvania State University)