WS01 - 2nd Workshop on Wireless Intelligent Secure Trustable Things AIoT: bringing AI and IoT together

Workshop Organized by

Hans-Peter Bernhard, Silicon Austria Labs & Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria and Ali Balador, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden and Kenneth Brown, University College Cork, Ireland

Aims and Objectives

Trust in a secure, safe, dependable and explainable operation of AIoT is probably the most important issue to be solved. Establishing trust and dependability is especially challenging in wireless communication networks. Various local area wireless technologies as well as 5G/6G are focused as such but we target specifically security, safety and dependability research contributions. Particularly in the AIoT domain, these issues are pivotal for societal acceptance. In this workshop, we therefore seek contributions on recent advances in secure and trusted wirelessly connected AIoT.

Topics under this workshop include (but not limited to)

  • Novel AI/ML technology for AIoT
  • Real-time and safety-critical communication and edge processing
  • Developing industrial-grade secure, safe, and cyberattack proof AIoT
  • Theoretical aspects of security, privacy, safety, and trust for AIoT
  • Trust and user acceptance for explainable AI/ML providing user control
  • Trust anchors and trust indicators for secure AIoT systems
  • Edge and cloud computing services for safe and secure connected mobility
  • Energy- and processing-efficiency for autonomous AIoT with energy harvesting
  • Application, WSN and AIoT concepts for industrial use cases in domains like
  • tomotive, aeronautics, building, health, robotics, smart manufacturing
  • Dependable WSN focusing energy efficiency, robustness, and quality-of-service
  • Physical layer and out-of-band security in WSN applications
  • Secure identification, authentication, authorization, and communication in WSN
  • Routing and scheduling algorithms for reliable real-time WSNs

Download Call for Papers

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Contact for more details

If you would like to know more about the workshop, please contact, Hans-Peter Bernhard (; Ali Balador (; Kenneth Brown (;