Ocean IoT has generated a lot of attention due to its potential for exploring new possibilities in underwater technologies and systems such as sensing, imaging, communication, drone technology, localization, marine life monitoring, and carbon cycle tracking. The Workshop on Ocean IoT serves as a platform to explore and discuss these latest innovations for large-scale sensing of the underwater world.
Aline Eid is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor. Her vision is to build a responsive and sustainable infrastructure through the development of innovative wireless systems. Her expertise is in ultra-low power wireless sensing using Radar and RFID/mmID technology, backscatter and 5G communications, wireless power transfer and energy harvesting with applications in smart cities and infrastructures.
Sayed Saad Afzal is a graduate student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, pursuing a Ph.D. in computer systems, networks, and artificial intelligence. His research interests include ocean IoT, environmental sensing using wireless signals, computer networks, and low-power backscatter communication.
The IEEE RFID 2023 Workshop on Ocean Internet of Things (IoT) accepts the following submission type:
Peer-reviewed, submissions due
March 20th, 2023 March 27th, 2023!
Peer-reviewed manuscripts intended for publication on IEEExplore. Manuscripts should be max 6 pages, submitted by the advertised conference deadline (
March 20th, 2023 March 27th, 2023). See the online call-for-papers submission instructions.
Stay tuned on this website for student travel grant opportunities, conference program, and more. Participation and attendance in the Workshop on Ocean Internet of Things (IoT) is included for IEEE RFID 2023 registrations.