Role of Internet of Things(IoT) in Web Development

Over the past few years, technology has witnessed massive growth, and it is continuously happening. Technology has contributed a lot to the betterment of human lives and has created limitless multifunctional devices such as superfast computers, smart mobiles, advanced robots, self-driving cars, and a lot more. Internet of things (IoT) was experienced by everyone who has mobile phones, laptops, wearables, washing machines, smart speakers, and electronic gadgets connected with the Internet. Many areas that IoT will make changes, which includes Web Design and Development. It can help us to develop the future effectively.

Internet of Things is a technology that connects the digital world by transforming the UI interactions between humans and machines. Now IoT entered into the realm of Web Development and makes users more interactive with the websites. And create a smart & significant role in the development world. Its immense power of connectivity and computerized sensibility feature help to understand the client features and build the right strategies. IoT edge in web development will make change the front-end interface and user interactions etc. All users will use this front-end interface to communicate with cameras, sensors, and other devices on the Internet.

The ultimate goal of this Special Issue is to provide an avenue for researchers in both industry and academia to investigate the cybersecurity issues in the IoT advancement and find a synergy that can lead to discovering best practices for the IoT paradigm. This Special Issue will attract potential research papers and tutorials from a wide range of areas integrating the following technologies: 5G networks, vehicular communications, smart cities, industrial IoT, network optimization, cryptography, blockchain, machine learning/AI, and MEC.

Potential topics include but are not limited to:

   - IoT models in web.

   - Blockchain for secure data sharing in IoT and web.

   - Reliability in services deployment for IoT and web.

   - Software-defined Networking support in IoT and web.

Submission Guidelines:

Submissions to this special issue for possible publications MUST be original and MUST NOT be under consideration for publication in any other journal or conference. Authors must follow the formatting and submission instructions of the journal and follow the "Submit Online" link on that page. Please make sure you mention in your cover letter that you are submitting to this special issue.

Tentative Timing:

Submission due: 30, March,2023

Guest Editors:

1-Mehdi Gheisari, Harbin Institute of Technology, China

Mehdi Gheisari ( is a Ph.D. holder of computer science from Guangzhou University, China. His research is about Privacy-preserving on the Internet of Things (IoT). Prior to that, he was with the Islamic Azad University, where he was serving in the capacity of lecturer in the department of computer science. There, he worked on Wireless Sensor Networks. Furthermore, he has published several papers in several domains with his colleagues in highly ranked journals and several ranked conferences. He also served in academic works such as reviewing papers from several well-known venues such as IEEE communication magazine, TPC of several conferences, and so on.

2- Gordon Owusu Boateng, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Chengdu, China

Gordon Owusu Boateng received his bachelor’s degree in telecommunications Engineering from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi-Ghana, in 2014 and his master’s degree in Computer Science and Technology from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC), where he is currently pursuing his Ph.D. degree. From 2014 to 2016, he worked for Ericsson (Ghana) and TIGO (Ghana) on 3G/4G wireless network optimization. Till now, Gordon has co-authored over 20 scientific papers in conferences and journals. He also serves as a peer-reviewer for several IEEE journals including IEEE IoT Journal, IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics, and IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems. His research interests include Mobile/Cloud Computing, 5G Wireless Networks, Data Mining, D2D communications, Blockchain, Game Theory, and IoT.

3-Sabitha Banu. A, Computer Science, Coimbatore, India

She received her Ph.D. and Masters in Computer Applications in 2007 from Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women, Coimbatore. Her areas of interest are Wireless Communications, web research. She has significant number of publications in peer reviewed International and National Journals.

4- Alisa A. Vorobeva, ITMO University, Petersburg, Russia

Alisa Vorobeva received M.S. degree (2009) and PhD (2015) in ITMO University, St. Petersburg (Russia). Currently, is a Associate Professor in the Information Technologies Department at ITMO University. She is the author/co-author of more than 40 publications in technical journals and conferences. Her research interests are in the area of artificial intelligence and machine learning in web.