Workshop on Internet of Things (IoT) using
Raspberry Pi virtual machines (VMs)

*Friday 3rd December 2021*  *11.30 AM – 2.30 PM (EDT (UTC-4))*

The IoT Workshop will be presented by Dr. Phillip Bradford (University of Connecticut, Stamford, USA).

Those who are interested to participate, MUST register (see below) and then review the following videos and documents as preparation before taking the workshop.

The Virtual Environment software download and setup can take at least 2-4 hours depending on your internet connection and expertise!

Phillip Bradford

(University of Connecticut, Stamford, USA)

Bio: Dr. Phillip G. Bradford is on the faculty at the University of Connecticut. He is the director of the computer science program at the University of Connecticut in Stamford. 

He is a computer scientist with extensive experience in academia and industry. Phil was a post-doctoral fellow at the Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik, he earned his PhD at Indiana University, an MS form the University of Kansas, and a BA from Rutgers University. He was on the faculty at Rutgers Business School and the University of Alabama’s Engineering School. He worked for BlackRock, Reuters Analytics, founded a startup and worked with a number of early stage firms. He was a Principal Architect for General Electric.  

Phil has a deep belief in bringing real research to practice. This is the root of his entrepreneurial perspective. Phil has a handful of best-in-class results. His Erdős Number is 2. He has given over 70 talks in 10 countries and he is the author or co-author of over 70 articles.

 

WORKSHOP INSTRUCTIONS:

Introduction:

*READ THIS FIRST– Workshop Goals and Background HERE

*Introduction-PREP for Workshop HERE

*PREP for Workshop HERE

*Introduction-SLIDES HERE

*READ SECOND Workshop Thanks HERE

Part 1:

  WINDOWS:

*Windows QEMU-Script  HERE

* Part 1 Windows QEMU Install-SLIDES HERE

*Part 1 Windows Install QEMU HERE

*Part 1 Windows Approx Storage + Time HERE

*Windows-QEMU-Install+Check video HERE

 MacOS:

*Part 1 MacOS Install QEMU HERE

*Part 1 MacOS Install BREW HERE

*Part 1 MacOS Approx Storage + Time HERE
*Part 1 MacOS QEMU Install-SLIDES HERE

*Part 1 MacOS QEMU video HERE

Part 2:

  WINDOWS:

*Part 2 Windows Install GIT HERE

* Part 2 Windows RPi Image HERE

*Part 2 Windows RPi image-SLIDES HERE

*Part 2 WINDOWS Commands HERE

  MacOS:

*Part 2 MacOS RPi Image HERE

*Part 2 MacOS Commands HERE

*Part 2 MacOS RPi image-SLIDES HERE

*Part 2 MacOS RPi-download VIDEO HERE

Part 3 - 5:

  * Part 3 Background HERE

  • Part 4 WINDOWS Commands HERE
  • Part 4 MacOS Commands HERE
  • Part 4 Two RPis Video HERE
  • 5 Main PoW Clockchain video HERE
  • Deck 1 Sha256-Blockchains-2021-11-30 HERE
  • Deck 2 RSA-Example-2021-11-30 HERE
  • Deck 3 Intro-Virtual-Blockchains-2021-11-30 HERE
  • Deck 4 Blockchain basics -2021-11-30 HERE
  • Deck 5 Two-virtual-Blockchains-2021-11-30 HERE
  • Deck 6 IoT-Economics-of-Blockchains-2021-11-30 HERE
  • Deck 8 IoT-cloud-Blockchains-2021-11-30 HERE

WORKSHOP REGISTRATION:

CategoryRegistration fees
IEEE Student and IEEE Life Member $50
IEEE Non Member$150
IEEE Member$100

All fees are in US Dollars and include all applicable taxes.

## The first 50 IEEE Student Members that register will be able to do so at NO CHARGE as an IEEE Student Member benefit provided by a grant from IEEE Region-1 and the SMART Society, USA. ##

To register for the workshop click HERE

Important Deadlines

Full Paper Submission:7th November 2021
Acceptance Notification: 17th November 2021
Final Paper Submission:24th November 2021
Early Bird Registration
21st November 2021
Presentation Submission: 23rd November 2021
Conference: 1 - 4 December 2021

Previous Conference

IEEE UEMCON 2020

Sister Conferences

IEEE IEMCON 2020

IEEE AIIOT 2021

IEEE CCWC 2021

IEEE CCWC 2020

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• Conference Proceedings will be submitted for publication at IEEE Xplore® digital library.

• Best Paper Award will be given for each track.

• Conference Record No 53757