Special Issue "Security and Intelligence in the Internet of Things over 6G"

Submission Deadline: 31 December 2021
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Guest Editors
Dr. Muhammad Asghar khan, Hamdard University, Pakistan.
Dr. Shehzad Ashraf Chaudhry, Istanbul Gelisim University, Turkey.
Dr. Mohammed H. Alsharif, Sejong University, South Korea.

Summary

Internet of Things (IoT) can be linked to a sixth-generation (6G) mobile network, which offers not only traditional communication services but also computing, caching, sensing, and control facilities to a large number of IoT devices on a global scale. Moreover, IoT may use artificial intelligence (AI) to deliver smart services at the network edge and to improve the operation and performance of terrestrial communication infrastructure. The use of AI in IoT networks will also help in the measurement and collection of data from the domain of interest with high precision. Therefore, more smart devices will be incorporated into 6G networks as IoT grows, creating massive amounts of real-time data. However, security and privacy concerns may emerge when the measurement and collecting of data expand as a result of the deployment of a large number of IoT devices.

The aim of this Special Issue is to bring together original research and review articles discussing the security and intelligence in IoT networks over 6G. Researchers around the world are encouraged to propose cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI)/machine learning (ML), quantum machine learning (QML), blockchain, terahertz (THz) communication, fog/edge computing, visible light communication (VLC), and so on, for the IoT communication networks.

 

Potential topics include but are not limited to:

Security and privacy issues for 6G enabled IoT Networks

Integrating intelligent sensing mechanism in IoT over 6G

Blockchain-based security protocols for 6G enabled IoT Networks

Novel frameworks and algorithms based on existing and upcoming technologies to enhance the scalability and security for 6G enabled IoT Networks

Machine learning algorithms for intelligent sensing in 6G enabled IoT Networks

Cloud, fog, and edge computing architecture for 6G enabled IoT Networks

Advanced intelligent big data analytics in 6G enabled IoT Networks

Artificial intelligence techniques for data security and privacy for 6G enabled IoT Networks

Reinforcement-Learning based intelligent applications in 6G enabled IoT Networks

Federated learning for 6G enabled IoT Networks


Keywords
IoT,6G,Security,AI,Machine Learning