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Symposium on IoT (SIoT) and Latin America and Brazilian Congress on IoT (LABCIoT)
Hybrid Event

SIoT and LABCIoT will be held as a hybrid event. Participants may choose to present their papers, talks or panel in person or virtually. Presenters must inform their choice of presentation after their papers/talks have been accepted.

Welcome


The LABCIoT is a conference that started in 2016 by the Brazilian Forum on IoT (FBIoT), composed mainly of keynote and invited talks and panel sessions. This year, a scientific symposium is added to the conference, including call for submission for R&D paper presentations, called International Symposium on IoT (SIoT). For this reason, different scientific societies were invited to join forces to make it a great and attractive event, covering the broad and multidisciplinary field of IoT. Scientific and industrial sessions will be integrated in the same event to promote broader interactions of these communities.

The event will happen from Oct 24th until 28th 2022 in São Paulo at the International Diffusion Center of the University of São Paulo. São Paulo is the largest city in South America and is capital of the State of São Paulo, which has the largest industrial park and scientific research teams in the country. São Paulo is also a cultural center in the country and is not far from a very green and beautiful coast.


Be very welcome to the Symposium and Conference and take the opportunity to enjoy the region.

Important Dates - SIoT

- Paper Submission: August 1st, 2022 August 15th, 2022
- Acceptance Notification: September 12th, 2022 September 22nd, 2022
- Camera Ready Deadline: October 1st, 2022 October 10th, 2022


Keynote Speakers


Sotiris Nikoletseas
Patras University
Jan Rabaey
UC Berkeley and IMEC
Petar Popovski
Aalborg Universityand
Bremen University
Sam Xun Sun
Corporation for National Research
Initiatives (CNRI)



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