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Editor-in-Chief

Keith Gremban

Keith Gremban

National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)

Editorial Board

Nuno Carvalho

Nuno Carvalho

Universidade de Aveiro

Shawn Chandler

Shawn Chandler

Pacificorp, USA

Robert Douglass

Robert Douglass

Alta Montes

T. Russell Hsing

T. Russell Hsing

National Chiao Tung University

Kaushik Pillalamarri

Kaushik Pillalamarri

Smartiply, Inc.

Joern Ploennigs

Joern Ploennigs

IBM Research

Massimo Vecchio

Massimo Vecchio

FBK CREATE-NET

Tao Zhang

Tao Zhang

Huawei Technologies

Column Editors

Around the World of IoT

In this column we plan to take a tour around different physical locations in the world with the objective of highlighting the peculiarities of the trendiest IoT-related applications in selected regions. Thus, the “IoT World” will certainly be physical, but traveling around it shall also expose to the readers how different application domains have been addressed, with particular attention to business sustainability.

Column Editor: Raffaele Giaffreda, FBK CREATE-NET, Italy

Bridging the Physical, the Digital, and the Social

The scope of the column includes IoT technological achievements that have social impacts and/or incorporate social factors. Each column will provide knowledge and insights in the most recent developments, cutting-edge applications, latest deployments, and conceptual innovations, and of course, their implications on our society. I hope the columns will be meaningful in understanding how our society interacts, adopts, adapts to, and changes with IoT technological advancements.

Column Editor: Jun Zhang, University of Denver, USA

IoT Standards

This column will look at different segments of the IoT market as it relates to implementation and use of standards. Each column will select a particular vertical, and lay out the relevant standards and technologies that affect the evolving IoT hyperspace. The pace of the columns will start broadly with the vision of narrowing the subject of subsequent articles toward more specific applications of standards, whether in the development, application, test, or commissioning of IoT technologies.

Column Editor: Mike Violette, Washington Laboratories, USA

Policy and Regulatory Issues

Policymakers face a conundrum — promoting the adoption of IoT services to reap its many benefits, while safeguarding societal concerns. This will be a balancing act of oversight and regulation from policymakers to drive investment and consumer adoption while ensuring that safety, security, and privacy frameworks are in place. This column will explore critical national and international IoT policy and regulatory efforts as well as take a deeper dive into specific topics of interest.

Column Editor: Doug Sicker, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Privacy and Security

This column delves into privacy risks of the IoT using risk concepts that are more native to the security domain in order to conceptually bridge our collective understanding, articulation, and management of privacy concerns in the IoT which otherwise might not be sufficiently considered or foreseen by existing legal and technical controls.

Column Editor: Erin Kenneally, Department of Homeland Security, USA and International Computer Science Institute, USA

Scanning the Literature

To Be Determined

Publications Staff

Assistant Publisher
Joseph Milizzo

IEEE Communications Society, USA

Production Specialist
Jennifer Porcello

IEEE Communications Society, USA

Associate Editor
Catherine Kemelmacher

IEEE Communications Society, USA

Digital Production Manager
Susan Lange

IEEE Communications Society, USA

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