The International Conference on Wireless Networks and Mobile Communications

.:: WINCOM'17 ::.

November 01-04, 2017, Rabat, Morocco

Technically Co-Sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society : IEEE Conference Record Number #41487

IEEE IoT SUMMIT - RABAT Co-located with WINCOM'2017 (Friday November 3, 2017), WINCOM 2017 Proceedings: ISBN IEEE Xplore: 978-1-5386-2123-3/17


Co-located with WINCOM'2017

IoT Day is Friday November 3, 2017

Registration is before October 20, 2017

Download the Call For Participation


The Organizing Committee of the International Conference on Wireless Networks and Mobile Communications (WINCOM 2017) has been working with the IEEE IoT Summit within the framework of the IEEE International IoT Summit series – on holding and organizing a IoT Summit in Rabat, Morocco ; and is today proud to announce its co-location with WINCOM 2017.

The Internet of Thing (IoT) refers to the connection of devices (other than typical fare such as computers and smartphones). The number of connected devices will reach a staggering about 50 billion in 2020. The job market for the internet of thing is following this trend and is expected to reach about 5 million in the next few years. At the same time, the incredible variety of available software and hardware currently on the market and the very fast pace of further development makes it quite challenging to search and teaching this topic.

This meeting on Internet of Things (IoT) SUMMIT focuses on discovering and explaining, based on the recent research and experiments, the architectures & protocols for efficient interconnection of things, IoT infrastructure deployment, IoT applications, IoT services (real-time) and the standard development.

The international experts on IoT have been invited and attracted to share their state-of-the-art knowledge with the emerging IoT community in Morocco.

Invited speakers

Bilel JamoussiChief of the Study Groups Department Telecommunication Standardization, Geneva Switzerland and is respensible of the Bureau International Telecommunication Union (ITU)

David KravitzPh. D. Vice President – Crypto Systems Research, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Latif Ladid University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Ian Thomas Chief Strategy Officer of Fujitsu RunMyProcess, Paris, France

Mounir GhoghoUniversity of Leeds, UK & UIR, Morocco

Soumya Kanti DattaResearch Engineer, EURECOM, France

Mohsen GuizaniElectrical and Computer Engineering, University of Idaho, USA

Gianluca Antonio RizzoUniversity of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland

Srdjan KrcoManaging and driving research activities in DunavNET and is one of the founders of the IoT Forum

Antonio JaraUniversiy of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (HEVS - HES-SO) & HOP Ubiquitous S.L. (HOPU)

Mirko PresserHead of Research and Innovation for the Smart City Lab at the Alexandra Institute

Azzedine BoukercheSchool of Information Technology and Engineering (SITE), University of Ottawa, Canada

Bruno StévantResearch and Teaching Assistant, IMT Atlantique, Rennes, France

Dave RaggettIs one of the Web pioneers, Member of W3C team and has been involved with the development of Web standards since the early nineties, UK

Organizing Committee

    Latif Ladid (Chair of IEEE IoT Summit - Rabat)University of Luxemberg

    Abdellatif Kobbane (Co-chair of IEEE IoT Summit - Rabat)Mohammed V University, ENSIAS, Morocco

    Khalil Ibrahimi (Co-chair of IEEE IoT Summit - Rabat)Ibn Tofail University, Fs, Morocco

    Mohammed EssaaidiMohammed V University, Dean of ENSIAS, Morocco

    Jalel Ben-OthmanParis 13 University, France

    Rachid El AzouziAvignon University, France

    Moulay Youssef HadiIbn Tofail University, Fs, Morocco

    Essaid SabirHassan II Uneversity, ENSEM-Casablanca, Morocco

    Mohammed Abdou janati IdrissiMohammed V University, ENSIAS, Rabat, Morocco

    Bouchaib Bounabat (Director of Rabat IT Center)Mohammed V University, ENSIAS, Rabat, Morocco

    Ali IdriMohammed V University, ENSIAS, Rabat, Morocco

    Mustapha BenjillaliINPT, Morocco

    Mohammed ElkoutbiMohammed V University, ENSIAS, Morocco

    Zouhair GuennounMohammed V University, EMI, Morocco

    Abdelhamid Belmekki INPT, Morocco



Registration is before October 20, 2017

CategoryRegistration rate
IoT Summit Only (One Day) 1100 MAD (100 €)

IoT Summit Registration Fees include

  • Access on Friday November 3, 2017 to all program components of the IoT Summit such as panels and keynotes
  • Conference proceeding with a bag
  • Coffee breaks
  • Lunch


  • The only means of payment of the registration is the bank transfer
  • For Association MobiTic
  • Don’t forget to indicate IEEE IoT Summit-WINCOM 2017 in the object of your bank transfer.
  • Please scan the filled, signed form and the bank transfer confirmation and send it by e-mail to : and

Bank informations

  • Bank name: Banque Populaire
  • Bank address: Banque Populaire de RABAT KENITRA, Agence Kays, Angle rue Baht et Oued Tensift, Agdal, 10000, Rabat, Maroc
  • Beneficiary name: Association MOBITIC
  • Beneficiary account (IBAN (24 Digits)): 181 810 21116 8685067 0009 12
  • Swift Code: BCPOMAMC
  • Beneficiary Address: Association MOBITIC, Avenue Mohamed Benabdellah Regragui, BP 713, ENSIAS, Rabat, Maroc
  • Reference reason: WINCOM17


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Important dates


Extended deadline (Firm)

May 15, 2017
June 18, 2017
Notification August 15, 2017
Camera-ready September 01, 2017
Registration September 15, 2017


Special sessions and
Tutorial proposals
September 15, 2017
Conference date November 01-04, 2017

Past editions

October 26-29, 2016 | Fez, Morocco
October 20-23, 2015 | Marrakech, Morocco
December 18, 2014 | Rabat, Morocco
December 25, 2016 | Fez, Morocco

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