REV2021 February 24–26, 2021, Novotel Century Online, Hong Kong

REV2021 February 24–26, 2021, Novotel Century Online, Hong Kong

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Overview

The relevance of laboratories and experimentation in STEM education cannot be denied. This is particularly true for technology-intensive topics, such as IoT (Internet-of-Things), IIoT (Industrial Internet-of-Things) and Industry4.0. It is undeniable that IoT and Industry4.0 are connected and interrelated, and that those two topics can greatly profit from the opportunities that lab-based learning can provide.

However, scientific literature is not rich of studies on suitable lab-based learning deployments and on ICT-aided learning paradigms in the above-mentioned subjects. Still, the interest of the scientific community in lab-based learning has been steadily increasing in the last decades, with a special focus on non-traditional labs and lab networks.

Aim of this special session is to bring together academics and professionals, to share knowledge, experiences, and research on the broad topic of non-traditional labs and lab networks in the IoT and Industry4.0 domain. With the term non-traditional labs, we mean all kind of labs that differ from the traditional hands-on laboratory, such as online, simulative, virtual, remote and hybrid labs. The concept of lab network, instead, defines a set of two or more labs that cooperates for a certain amount of time for a common purpose or benefit, especially by sharing resources, or by using a common organization, architecture, or approach (e.g. pedagogical).

Topics

Original contributions are sought in the following topics, all related to non-traditional labs and lab networks in the IoT, IIoT and Industry4.0 domain:

  • Applications & Experiences of non-traditional labs and lab networks in IoT and I4.0
  • Augmented & Mixed Reality in the IoT and I4.0 domain
  • Business models and architectures on lab networks
  • Cyber security of IoT lab networks
  • Data Science in labs and lab networks
  • Didactical and pedagogical aspects of non-traditional labs and lab networks in IoT and I4.0
  • Evaluation of non-traditional labs and lab networks in IoT and I4.0
  • Labs and lab networks on Cyber Physical Systems
  • Process Visualization & Virtual Instrumentation
  • Standards and standardization for lab networks

Program Committee

Important dates

28 Sep 2020Submissions for GOLC Online Lab Award 2021
12 Oct 2020EXTENDED
Submission of structured abstracts for full and short papers;
Submission of proposals for special sessions
25 Oct 2020Invitation to submit a full paper or short paper
13 Nov 2020Submission deadline for complete full and short papers, Work in Progress, Demos, Poster, Tutorials, Workshops
15 Dec 2020Submission deadline for special session papers
01 Dec 2020Notification of Acceptance
21 Dec 2020Camera-ready due
11 Jan 2021Author registration
25 Feb 2021Conference Opening

Submission

Your contribution must be original, not submitted to another conference or publication, 6 to 8 pages long, written in English using the conference template. Please follow the instructions here: http://www.rev-conference.org/current/paper_preparation.php.

Important Dates

28 Sep 2020Submissions for GOLC Online Lab Award 2021
12 Oct 2020EXTENDED
Submission of structured abstracts for full and short papers;
Submission of proposals for special sessions
25 Oct 2020Invitation to submit a full paper or short paper
13 Nov 2020Submission deadline for complete full and short papers, Work in Progress, Demos, Poster, Tutorials, Workshops
15 Dec 2020Submission deadline for special session papers
01 Dec 2020Notification of Acceptance
21 Dec 2020Camera-ready due
11 Jan 2021Author registration
25 Feb 2021Conference Opening

Contact

REV Clearing House
info@rev-conference.org
phone: +43 664 7362 1196

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