The purpose of PECCS is to bring together researchers and practitioners interested in both theoretical advances and applications of Pervasive and embedded computing and communication. PECCS is composed of two co-located conferences, each specialized in at least one of the aforementioned main knowledge areas. Conference CO-CHAIRs César Benavente-Peces, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain Keynote Speakers Applications of Signal Processing to Survivability of Wireless Network Systems Peter Stavroulakis Founder and First President of the Telecommunications Systems Reasearch Institute of Crete Greece Brief Bio Peter started his career in 1973, when he joined the World's famous Research Center, Bell Laboratories (Bell Labs has produced over the years 6 Nobel Laureates), and worked until 1979. He then joined Oakland University in Rochester Michigan as an associate Professor of Engineering. He worked at Oakland University until 1981 when he joined ATT International and subsequently NYNEX International until 1995. From 1990 to present he has been at Technical University of Crete. While at Oakland University, he first proposed and then worked on and completed the feasibility study for the development of a Technology Park on the University campus, which finally led to the establishment of a major Technology Park at the University. His work at Bell Labs resulted in the publication of an IEEE reprint book on Interference Analysis of Communication Systems and a number of technical paper on interference analysis of satellite orbit interspacing where finally his work led to the change of the satellite orbit interspacing by ITU. He is also the Author/Editor of twelve other Books in the general Area of Telecommunication Systems. He has presented many Tutorials in International Conferences on security applications in Telecommunications. At ATT and NYNEX, he worked as a Technical Director whose responsibility was to lead a team dealing with techno-economic studies on various large National and International Telephone Systems including the design of the security network for the Winter Olympics in France in 1986. Later at the TUC worked for the development of the Technology Park of Chania and has had various administrative duties besides his teaching and research responsibilities. He is the founder of the Telecommunication Systems Research Institute of Crete, a research center for the training of Ph.D. students in Telecommunications, associated with and in close collaboration with various research centers and Universities in Europe and the United States. He is a member of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Communications, International Journal of Satellite Systems and Networking and has been a reviewer for many Technical International Journals. His latest interests are focused on the application of various heuristic methods on network systems security. He is a founding member of the IEEE technical committee on CIS. Also a founding Editorial Board member for the establishment of CHINA COMMUNICATIONS Technical Journal and served as THE FIRST guest Editor of CHINA COMMUNICATIONS for two special issues CIS. He is also on the Editorial Board of a Leading Turkish Electronics Journal. In 2014, four of his publications on communication and information security were awarded the status of BEST READINGS by IEEE including the unique HANDBOOK ON COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SECURITY (CIS). From 23-27 September 2016, he was invited to present in SINGAPORE a three-day course on SURVIVABILITY of CRITICAL WIRELESS NETWORKS to a group of communications professionals. Abstract The problem of survivability of wireless network systems has been around for a long time.