Workshop 20: Covert communication for Practical IoT
Title: Covert Communication: Game, Privacy and Security

Keywords: Covert Communication, Game, Communication security, Information Hiding, Soft-defined Network, Low Probability of Detection

Summary: Covert communication is a form of wireless communication that uses radio waves to hide the existence of a message from a third party, which is also one of the key techniques supporting the security of Internet of Things(IOT). As the Internet of Things continues to grow and be applied, a large number of things need to be connected with each other to exchange their information safely. In this way, covert communication is once again in the spotlight and gaining new opportunities.This workshop aims to serve as a platform to share or discuss anything about covert communication and/or IoT. Its topics include, but are not limited to:Signal detection for covert communication in IoT
Hardware and testbed for covert communication 
Low probability of detection technology in communication 
Covert communication in Soft-defined Network 
Privacy protect problem in covert communication
Performance analysis for covert communication
Modulation and demodulation for covert communication
Game theory in covert communication
Radio resource allocation for covert communication
Security in Industry Internet of Things (IIOT)
Millimeter-wave-based covert communication
Chair: Dr. Wen Tian |
Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology
Wen Tian, received a Ph.D. degree in Control Science and Engineering from Nanjing University of Science and Technology. He worked as a Lecture at the School of Electronic & Information Engineering, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology. He has published many top international journals including IEEE TSG, IoTJ, etc. He served as the reviewers for many IEEE journals and conferences. His current research interests include Game theory, covert communication, and Cybersecurity in internet of things.