2nd Workshop on Fog Computing and the IoT

2020, April 21st, Sydney

The objective of this workshop is to be a forum for presenting and discussing recent developments and trends in Fog/Edge Computing that represent challenges and opportunities for CPS and IoT researchers and practitioners. This workshop is organized by FORA and is co-located with CP-IoT Week. It was held on April 21st in Sydney, Australia. The workshop was co-chaired by Dr. Anton Cervin (Lund University) and Prof. Yang Yang (ShanghaiTech University). The topics included but not limited to:

  • Fog Computing Architectures and Frameworks
  • Virtualization and Hypervisors for Fog
  • Computing
  • Middleware for Fog Computing
  • Real-Time and Schedulability Aspects of Fog
  • Computing
  • Formal Methods for Fog Computing Systems
  • CPS and Fog Computing
  • Multi-tiered, Novel Resource Management
  • Solutions Involving the Edge/Fog/Cloud
  • Software-Defined Solutions in Fog Computing
  • Mobile Fog Computing
  • Data Centers and Infrastructures for Fog
  • Computing
  • Programming Models and Runtime Systems for
  • Fog Computing
  • Fog Resource Management for Guaranteed
  • Quality-of-Service
  • Control-as-a-service and Virtualization of
  • Control, Guaranteeing Quality-of-Control
  • Fog Computing Modeling and Analysis
  • Performance Analysis of Fog Computing Systems
  • Fog and Cloud Integration
  • Data Analytics and AI/ML at the Edge
  • Use Cases for / and Applications of Fog Computing
  • Emerging Fog Communication Technologies and
  • Protocols (IEEE Time-Sensitive Networking, 5G)
  • Fog Computing Security, Data Privacy and Trust
  • Fog Computing Dependability and Safety
  • Standardization Efforts and Standards Relevant for Fog Computing
  • Interoperability Standards and Solutions,
  • Including OPC UA and DDS
  • Discussion of Open Datasets and Testbeds

More details are available from here.