9th Workshop on “5G – Putting Intelligence to the Network Edge” (5G-PINE 2024)

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Papers should be submitted through the conference site https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=5gpine2024 either in a [.doc] or in a [.pdf] file.

Papers will be peer reviewed by at least three (-3-) academic/business referees (an EasyChair account is required).

They should not exceed a total of 14 pages (with references included) for papers accepted as “full papers” and – at least – 8 pages for papers accepted as “short papers”, formatted according to the well-known LNCS Springer style (http://www.springer.com/lncs).

Accepted papers will published in the SPRINGER IFIP AICT Lecture Notes in Computer Science proceedings, and they will be available on site.


It is expected that there should be at least 35-40 papers to be submitted and the “half” (i.e.: 15-20 papers) are expected to be accepted, according to the “50% acceptance” criterion.


Smart5Grid includes 24 active partners, some of which are involved in synergetic publications and related actions. Due to its innovative nature and relevance to the energy vertical sector, the project implicates for high potential.


MARSAL includes 14 partners that are all actively involved in joint publications. The project has also interactive cooperation with other research initiatives especially towards B5G, promoting impact at international level.


5G-INDUCE includes 22 partners that are promoting several use cases originating from the industry 4.0 environment and aiming to promote corresponding innovations and synergetic activities.


OASEES includes 13 partners that intend to perform collaborative actions for swarm architectures and applications in domains such e-Health, electricity grid, mast inspection, structural safety assessment, smart factories in I4.0 and maintenance of wind turbines.


6G-BRICKS includes 17 partners aiming towards formulating 6G-based testbeds for the investigation of a new generation of smart networks and infrastructures, especially focusing on cell-free and RIS technologies.


6G-PATH includes 26 partners aiming to validate 10 specific use cases from 4 verticals of strong market interest (i.e.: farming, education, health and smart cities), via the inclusion of 7 well established test beds all around Europe.


DATAMITE includes 24 partners aiming to test and validate 3 use cases in 6 dedicated pilots, promoting strong interoperability aspects within a variety of domains and related user needs.


The above projects have also an active framework of cooperation in particular with other actual H2020/5G-PPP projects (of phase 3) as well as with relevant HORIZON SNS JU research projects. Most of the project partners will join the 9th 5G-PINE Workshop.


In addition, several H2020 projects (such as, for example, “5G-INDUCE”, “MonB5G”, “DAEMON”, “VITAL-5G”, “TESTBED2”, “DATAMITE”) may potentially join the 8th “5G-PINE” Workshop.

The fact that the AIAI 2024 Conference is organized in Corfu, Greece at a convenient time-instance (June 27-30, 2024) provides suitable conditions for several partners to “join” the Workshop.

(Several among the members of the Workshop Program Committee can also join the Workshop either as Conference participants and/or as authors/co-authors of approved papers).

Based upon Workshop acceptance condition, the main organiser (OTE) could also check the possibility for inviting a key-note speaker, potentially a high-level expert from the European Commission in order to “attract” more participants. An equal option of inviting a representative of the Greek Government will also be investigated.

Other options (such as some parallel demos coming directly from the participating projects) could also be investigated and/or assessed at a later stage, together with the Conference organisers.