AFI 360° Conference

AFI 360° Conference is co-located with AFI 360° Summit, it will take place on 25-26 May 2016 and will have four tracks.

Track on Future Internet (FI) Infrastructures and Enablers

Track on Future Internet e-Health

Track on Smart Cities and the Future Internet


Track on Future Internet and Internet of Things Applications

FINE Topics

  • FI based Smart Services and Applications
  • FI Infrastructures & Enabling Technologies
  • FI Context-Aware and dynamically personalized services and applications
  • FI Semantics and Social Concepts
  • FI and Social Networks Cross-Disciplines
  • FI enablers for Society and Innovation
  • FI enablers for Entrepreneurial Growth
  • FI for Identity, Trust and Privacy
  • FI Governance and Policies
  • FI Security and Resilience Aspects
  • FI Solutions for Sustainability
  • FI Societal Impacts
  • Linked Open Data in the FI: Architecture and Design Issues
  • (Auto-) Identification of Resources in the FI Architecture
  • Smart Cities and FI Testbeds
  • Agile and Smart Services in the FI Era
  • Design, Implementation, and Analysis of novel FI Platforms
  • Experimental Results and FI enablers capabilities
  • Securing the FI Infrastructure
  • Big Data and FI: Challenges, Limitations, and Implementations
  • Novel Network Analytics on the Future Internet
  • Collective Intelligence for FI Innovative Solutions

Fi-eHealth Topics

  • Full health coverage; prevention, diagnosing, treatment and monitoring
  • Knowledge distribution and appropriation
  • Support to and coordination of logistic distribution of health services
  • Actuation
  • Health systems managing and administration
  • Well-being support
  • Intelligent operating theatre
  • Support to evidence-based medicine
  • Data mining, knowledge discovery and big data
  • Safety and privacy
  • Ambient intelligence
  • Sensors and devices; integration and internet of things
  • Cloud storing and recovery
  • Processing over the Internet; remote control.
  • Communications; 4G/5G, etc.

SCIFI Topics

  • Energy (Smart city lighting, submetering, smarthome, etc.)
  • Sustainable mobility (Smart parking, traffic management, electric cars, smart vehicles, etc.)
  • Environment and urban space (Air quality, noise reduction, smart waste collection, smart water, etc.)
  • Public services (Public security, urban resilience, e-government, citizens participation, education, etc.)
  • Buildings and homes (Efficient buildings and homes)
  • Economic and sustainable development (e-commerce, social shopping, leisure and tourism, etc.)

FIoTA Topics

  • Big data applications for IoT
  • IoT architectures
  • IoT for Ambient Assisted Leaving
  • IoT for Robotics
  • IoT and smart cities/smart grids
  • Agent Technologies and IoT
  • Advanced data capture and network
  • Security of data
  • Enabling technologies
  • Application and services
  • Societal Impacts
  • Deployment of IoT systems


Preliminary Program

May 24

18:00 – 20:00 Welcome reception and registration

 


 

May 25

8:00 – 9:00 Registration

9:00 – 9:30 Opening

9:30 – 10:30 Keynote: Latif Ladid (Chair: Enrique Muñoz de Cote)

10:30 – 11:00 Break

11:00 – 13:00 Technical Session: FIOTA (Chair: Alessandro Farinelli)

Making the Intelligent Home Smart Through Touch-Control Trigger-Action Programming
Guan Wang and Michael Littman

An Experimental Evaluation of IoT Technologies in Precision Viticulture
Luis Orozco-Barbosa, Francisco Montero-Garcia, Antonio Brasa-Ramos and Francisco Montero-Riquelme

CML-WSN: a Configurable Multi-Layer Wireless Sensor Network Simulator
Carolina Del-Valle-Soto, Fernando Lezama, Jafet Rodriguez, Carlos Mex-Perera and Enrique Muñoz de Cote

Conceptual model for the explanation of the phenomenon of Radical Innovation at the Disruption of Internet of Things, on scales of SmartObjects, SmartHomes and SmartCities
Paulo David Soasti Bareta and Gerardo Muñíz

MAIoT – an IoT architecture with reasoning and dialogue capability (short paper)
Juan Carlos Nieves, Esteban Guerrero, Daniel Andrade

13:00 – 15:00 Lunch

15:00 – 16:00 Keynote: Nadia Berthouze (Chair: L. Enrique Sucar)

16:00 – 16:30 Break

16:30 – 18:10 Technical Session: FI-eHEALTH (Chair: Felipe Orihuela)

A conversational Agent for Use in the Identification of Rare Diseases
Ana Olivia Caballero-Lambert, Cesar Horacio Torres-Montañez and Marcelo Funes-Gallanzi

Using Intermediate Models and Knowledge Learning to Improve Stress Prediction
Alban Maxhuni, Pablo Hernandez-Leal, Eduardo Morales Manzanares, L. Enrique Sucar, Venet Osmani, Angelica Munoz Melendez and Oscar Mayora

An Internet System to Self-Monitoring and Assess Feeding in Young Mexicans
Miguel Murguía-Romero, Bernardo Serrano-Estrada, Itzell A. Gallardo-Ortíz, J. Rafael Jiménez-Flores and Rafael Villalobos-Molina

Sensor Abstracted Extremity Representation for Automatic Fugl-Meyer Assessment
Patrick Heyer, Felipe Orihuela-Espina, Luis R. Castrejón, Jorge Hernández-Franco and Luis Enrique Sucar

18:15 – 20:15 Sightseeing tour of Puebla (optional)

 


 

May 26

9:00 – 10:00 Keynote: Shahram Dustdar (Chair: Miguel González)

10:00 – 11:05 Technical Session: FINE (Chair: Miguel González)

A platform for Augmented Reality Content Creation (short paper)
Fernando Vera, J. Alfredo Sánchez

Strategic Learning Meta-model (SLM): Architecture of the Regulation Model (RM) based on the Cloud Computing
Rafaela-Blanca Silva-López, Oscar Herrera-Alcántara and Jalil Fallad-Chávez

Overview of a Framework for Ubiquitous User Models Interoperability (short paper)
María de Lourdes Martínez-Villaseñor, Miguel González Mendoza

11:05 – 11:30 Break  

11:30 – 13:05 Technical Session: FIOTA (Chair: Enrique Muñoz de Cote)

Optimal Scheduling of on/off Cycles: a Decentralized IoT Microgrid Approach
Fernando Lezama, Ansel Rodriguez-Gonzalez, Alessandro Farinelli, Enrique Munoz De Cote and Jorge Palominos

Exploiting Data Of The Twitter Social Network Using Sentiment Analysis (short paper)
David Gonzalez-Marron, David Mejia-Guzman and Angelica Enciso-Gonzalez, Miguel González Mendoza

Decentralized Control for Power Distribution with Ancillary Lines in the Smart Grid
Michele Roncalli and Alessandro Farinelli

GARMDROID: IoT Potential Security Threats Analysis through the Inference of Android Applications Hardware Features Requirements
Abraham Rodríguez Mota, Ponciano Jorge Escamilla-Ambrosio, Jassim Happa and Eleazar Aguirre Anaya

13:05 – 15:00 Lunch

15:00 – 16:00 Keynote: Javier Araujo Campos (Chair: Adriana Tapus)

16:00 – 16:30 Break

16:30 – 18:00 Technical Session: SCIFI (Chair: Juan Manuel Ahuactzin)

Smart cities for the rest of us (short paper)
Miguel Angel Ylizaliturri-Salcedo, Leocundo Aguilar-Noriega, J. Antonio Garcia-Macias, Raul Cardenas-Osuna

Towards a Smart Highway Lighting System Based on Road Occupancy: Model Design and Simulation
Ahmad M. Mustafa, Omar M. Abubakr, Ahmed H. Derbala, Essam Ahmed, Bassem Mokhtar

Smart Disaster Response through Localized Short-Term Cooperation
Youna Jung

Towards a Generic Ontology for Video Surveillance (short paper)
Pablo Hernandez-Leal, Hugo Jair Escalante, and L. Enrique Sucar

18:00 – 18:30 Closing

20:30 – 24:00 Gala Dinner


CALL FOR SHORT PAPERS and DEMOS for AFI 360° Conference

Applications for Future Internet – AFI 360°
http://futureinternet360.org/2016/
25-26 May, 2016 | Puebla, Mexico

AFI 360° Summit 2016 is a unique event bringing a 360 degree perspective on Future Internet and its Applications. The Summit will provide an opportunity to strengthen the collaboration for the Future Internet between the European Union and Latin America, Mexico in particular, towards joint projects and the FIWIRE initiative.

SUBMIT PAPER
Deadline – April 15, 2016

Short Papers – 4 pages (work in progress, applications, etc.)
Demo Papers – 2 pages (description of the demo, prototype, etc.)

Papers must be formatted using the Springer LNICST Authors’ Kit.
Instructions and templates are available from Springer’s LNICST homepage


Accepted Papers for AFI 360° Conference

A conversational Agent for Use in the Identification of Rare Diseases
Ana Olivia Caballero-Lambert, Cesar Horacio Torres-Montañez and Marcelo Funes-Gallanzi

Integrated Patient Education on U.S. Hospital Web Sites
Edgar Huang, Kerong Wu and Kelsey Edwards

An Internet System to Self-Monitoring and Assess Feeding in Young Mexicans
Miguel Murguía-Romero, Bernardo Serrano-Estrada, Itzell A. Gallardo-Ortíz, J. Rafael Jiménez-Flores and Rafael Villalobos-Molina

Using Intermediate Models and Knowledge Learning to Improve Stress Prediction
Alban Maxhuni, Pablo Hernandez-Leal, Eduardo Morales Manzanares, L. Enrique Sucar, Venet Osmani, Angelica Munoz Melendez and Oscar Mayora

Sensor Abstracted Extremity Representation for Automatic Fugl-Meyer Assessment
Patrick Heyer, Felipe Orihuela-Espina, Luis R. Castrejón, Jorge Hernández-Franco and Luis Enrique Sucar

Optimal Scheduling of on/off Cycles: a Decentralized IoT Microgrid Approach
Fernando Lezama, Ansel Rodriguez-Gonzalez, Alessandro Farinelli, Enrique Munoz De Cote and Jorge Palominos

Decentralized Control for Power Distribution with Ancillary Lines in the Smart Grid
Michele Roncalli and Alessandro Farinelli

An Experimental Evaluation of IoT Technologies in Precision Viticulture
Luis Orozco-Barbosa, Francisco Montero-Garcia, Antonio Brasa-Ramos and Francisco Montero-Riquelme

GARMDROID: IoT Potential Security Threats Analysis through the Inference of Android Applications Hardware Features Requirements
Abraham Rodríguez Mota, Ponciano Jorge Escamilla-Ambrosio, Jassim Happa and Eleazar Aguirre Anaya

MLI-WSN: a Multi-layer Integrated Wireless Sensor Network Simulator
Carolina Del-Valle-Soto, Fernando Lezama, Jafet Rodriguez, Carlos Mex-Perera and Enrique Muñoz de Cote

Conceptual model for the explanation of the phenomenon of Radical Innovation at the Disruption of Internet of Things, on scales of SmartObjects, SmartHomes and SmartCities
Paulo David Soasti Bareta and Gerardo Muñíz

Making the Intelligent Home Smart Through Touch-Control Trigger-Action Programming Guan Wang and Michael Littman

Strategic Learning Meta-model (SLM): Architecture of the Regulation Model (RM) based on the Cloud Computing
Rafaela-Blanca Silva-López, Oscar Herrera-Alcántara and Jalil Fallad-Chávez

Smart Disaster Response through Localized Short-Term Cooperation
Youna Jung

Towards a Smart Highway Lighting System Based on Road Occupancy: Model Design and Simulation
Ahmad M. Mustafa, Omar M. Abubakr, Ahmed H. Derbala, Essam Ahmed, Bassem Mokhtar

Context Driven Content Centric Networking for Smart Buildings
Yue Jia, Bo Lyu, Min Liang, Ji Tu, Yangzhao Yang

Logistic Truck Sharing for Green Transport
Ichiro Satoh

SHORT PAPERS

MAIoT – an IoT architecture with reasoning and dialogue capability

Juan Carlos Nieves, Esteban Guerrero, Daniel Andrade

Towards a Generic Ontology for Video Surveillance

Pablo Hernandez-Leal, Hugo Jair Escalante, and L. Enrique Sucar

Smart cities for the rest of us

Miguel Angel Ylizaliturri-Salcedo, Leocundo Aguilar-Noriega, J. Antonio Garcia-Macias, Raul Cardenas-Osuna

Exploiting Data Of The Twitter Social Network Using Sentiment Analysis

David Gonzalez-Marron, David Mejia-Guzman and Angelica Enciso-Gonzalez, Miguel González Mendoza

A platform for Augmented Reality Content Creation

Fernando Vera, J. Alfredo Sánchez

Overview of a Framework for Ubiquitous User Models Interoperability

María de Lourdes Martínez-Villaseñor, Miguel González Mendoza

 

11036

Editor-in-Chief: Imrich Chlamtac

ISSN: 1383-469X (print version)
ISSN: 1572-8153 (electronic version)

Journal no. 11036