Welcome to Victoria and the 1st int. Workshop on Engineering Energy Efficient WSNs (EEEWSN - 2014), which is held in conjunction with the 28th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA-2014) Victoria, Canada, May 13-16, 2014. The first workshop on Engineering Energy Efficient Wireless Sensor Networks aims at bringing together academics and practitioners from different areas (such as, software engineering, system engineering, energy efficiency, embedded systems) to promote cross-layer design, validation, and implementation of energy efficient WSNs. Papers where WSNs take advantage of pervasive technologies such as mobile technologies, Internet of Things, RFIDs and Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) were also encouraged. EEEWSN encouraged practitioners and industries to submit real-world case studies. Experiences gained in these deployments can be crucial for the research community. Results and settings can be used to refine the assumptions made when designing, validating and implementing WSNs. We have encouraged contributions describing innovative work on EEEWSN such as: Applications, experimental prototypes and testbeds, Validation and verification of WSNs, Software engineering approaches for building energy efficient WSNs, New simulation languages, programming abstractions and tools, Smart application of WSNs, Novel energy efficient architectures, Wireless sensor and actor networks, Body Area Sensor Networks, Pervasive and wearable computing, RFID systems, Middleware, Self organising and adaptive WSNs, Vehicular networks, MAC protocol for WSNs, Simulation and benchmarking, Analytical approaches for WSNs, Power management, Energy scavenging technologies and WSNs, Location and context aware services, Coverage analysis of WSNs, Efficient routing and multicast protocols, Energy efficient security, Performability, fault tolerance and traffic reliability, Mobility management, Physical layer wireless transmission technologies and energy models. For EEEWSN 2014, we have accepted 6 papers, which will be presented in two sessions. Many people contributed to the success of EEEWSN-2014. First, we would like to thank the organising committee of AINA 2014 International Conference for giving us the opportunity to organise the workshop. Second, we would like to thank our program committee members. And of course, we would like to thank all the authors of the workshop for submitting their research works and for their participation. Finally, we would like to thank the Local Arrangement Chairs for the AINA conference. We hope you will enjoy EEEWSN workshop and AINA International Conference, and have a great time in Victoria, Canada.

Message from the EEEWSN 2014 workshop chairs

MOSTARDA, Leonardo
2014

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Welcome to Victoria and the 1st int. Workshop on Engineering Energy Efficient WSNs (EEEWSN - 2014), which is held in conjunction with the 28th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA-2014) Victoria, Canada, May 13-16, 2014. The first workshop on Engineering Energy Efficient Wireless Sensor Networks aims at bringing together academics and practitioners from different areas (such as, software engineering, system engineering, energy efficiency, embedded systems) to promote cross-layer design, validation, and implementation of energy efficient WSNs. Papers where WSNs take advantage of pervasive technologies such as mobile technologies, Internet of Things, RFIDs and Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) were also encouraged. EEEWSN encouraged practitioners and industries to submit real-world case studies. Experiences gained in these deployments can be crucial for the research community. Results and settings can be used to refine the assumptions made when designing, validating and implementing WSNs. We have encouraged contributions describing innovative work on EEEWSN such as: Applications, experimental prototypes and testbeds, Validation and verification of WSNs, Software engineering approaches for building energy efficient WSNs, New simulation languages, programming abstractions and tools, Smart application of WSNs, Novel energy efficient architectures, Wireless sensor and actor networks, Body Area Sensor Networks, Pervasive and wearable computing, RFID systems, Middleware, Self organising and adaptive WSNs, Vehicular networks, MAC protocol for WSNs, Simulation and benchmarking, Analytical approaches for WSNs, Power management, Energy scavenging technologies and WSNs, Location and context aware services, Coverage analysis of WSNs, Efficient routing and multicast protocols, Energy efficient security, Performability, fault tolerance and traffic reliability, Mobility management, Physical layer wireless transmission technologies and energy models. For EEEWSN 2014, we have accepted 6 papers, which will be presented in two sessions. Many people contributed to the success of EEEWSN-2014. First, we would like to thank the organising committee of AINA 2014 International Conference for giving us the opportunity to organise the workshop. Second, we would like to thank our program committee members. And of course, we would like to thank all the authors of the workshop for submitting their research works and for their participation. Finally, we would like to thank the Local Arrangement Chairs for the AINA conference. We hope you will enjoy EEEWSN workshop and AINA International Conference, and have a great time in Victoria, Canada.
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