Talk:Healthcare Big Data Clouds with Wearable Computing, IoT Sensing and Cloud Analytics
This talk covers the healthcare big-data theories, cloud/IoT design principles, mobile clouds system, sensing, machine learning, and big data analytics in real-life healthcare big-data applications. As a real platform covering above theories and principles, we build a humanoid robot system which can detect human emotion for deeper communications with a certain interconnection with people in spiritual world. In order to make user’s comfortable during collecting ECG/HRV signals, smart clothing is worn by the user without any special feeling compared to a normal T-shirt. In order to achieve accurate modeling for human’s emotion, we considers the emotional data generated from multiple spaces: the cyber, physical, and social spaces (CPS-Spaces). The multi-dimensional emotional big data analysis is performed by big data clouds. Finally, the emotion detection intelligence is feedback to the humanoid robot for affective interaction. The goal of such system is not only to enhance the quality of life, but will also influence the way we live, work and socialize in a fashionable and elegant way, which implies our technologies are more advanced and intelligent enough to communicate with human through a certain understanding of human’s emotion and user’s intent.
Min Chen is a professor in School of Computer Science and Technology at Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST). He is Chair of IEEE Computer Society (CS) Special Technical Communities (STC) on Big Data. He was an assistant professor in School of Computer Science and Engineering at Seoul National University (SNU) from Sep. 2009 to Feb. 2012. He was R&D director at Confederal Network Inc. for half a year. He worked as a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of British Columbia (UBC) for three years. Before joining UBC, he was a Post-Doctoral Fellow at SNU for one and half years. He received Best Paper Award from IEEE ICC 2012, and Best Paper Runner-up Award from QShine 2008. He serves as editor or associate editor for Information Sciences, Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, IET Communications, IET Networks, Wiley I. J. of Security and Communication Networks, Journal of Internet Technology, KSII Trans. Internet and Information Systems, International Journal of Sensor Networks. He is managing editor for IJAACS and IJART. He is a Guest Editor for IEEE Network, IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine, etc. He is Co-Chair of IEEE ICC 2012-Communications Theory Symposium, and Co-Chair of IEEE ICC 2013-Wireless Networks Symposium. He is General Co-Chair for the 12th IEEE International Conference on Computer and Information Technology (IEEE CIT-2012) and Mobimedia 2015. He is General Vice Chair foTridentcom 2014. He is Keynote Speaker for CyberC 2012 and Mobiquitous 2012. He is a TPC member for IEEE INFOCOM 2014. He has more than 260 paper publications, including 100+ SCI papers. He has published a book on IoT: OPNET IoT Simulation (2015) with HUST Presss, and a book on big data: Big Data Related Technologies (2014) with Springer Series in Computer Science. His Google Scholars Citations reached 5,000+ with an h-index of 32. His top paper was cited 568 times, while his top book was cited 420 times as of June 2015. He is an IEEE Senior Member since 2009. His research focuses on Internet of Things, Mobile Cloud, Body Area Networks, Emotion-aware Computing, Healthcare Big Data, Cyber Physical Systems, and Robotics, etc.
Talk:The Applications of IoT and Crowdsourcing Technology in Large-scale Petrochemical Plants
Petrochemical industry is a pillar industry in Guangdong province and even in China. Safety production is a problem that the petrochemical industry has been paying attention to for a long time. With the rapid development of the IoT and crowdsourcing technology, traditional petrochemical industry is also gradually exploring various new applications relying on the emerging IoT technology. In this presentation, we will first introduce the research situation of Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Petrochemical Equipment Fault Diagnosis, afterwards we will talk about the security problems in the petrochemical industry production, and further introduce a series of new applications researched and developed by Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Petrochemical Equipment Fault Diagnosis, such as Toxic Gas Map and Noise Map. After these introductions, we will further interpret the scientific research problems behind those new applications.
Lei Shu, received the B.Sc. degree in Computer Science from South Central University for Nationalities, China, in 2002 and the M.Sc. degree in Computer Engineering from Kyung Hee University, Korea, in 2005 and the Ph.D. degree in Digital Enterprise Research Institute, from National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, in 2010. Until March 2012, he was a Specially Assigned Researcher in Department of Multimedia Engineering, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka University, Japan. Since October 2012, he has been working as a full professor in Guangdong University of Petrochemical Technology, China.
Since 2013, he started to serve in 1) Dalian University of Technology as a Ph.D supervisor in the College of Software; 2) Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications as a Master’s supervisor in Information and Communication Engineering; 3) Wuhan Institute of Technology as a Master supervisor in the college of Computer Science; 4) Guest Professor at Tianjin University of Science and Technology; 5) Visiting Professor, University of Lincoln, UK; 6) CEO, ALES High Technology and Service Co. Ltd.
Meanwhile, he is also working as the vice-director of the Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Petrochemical Equipment Fault Diagnosis, China. His research interests include: Wireless Sensor Networks, Multimedia Communication, Middleware, Fault Diagnosis, and Security. He has published over 280 papers in relevant conferences, journals, and books in the area of sensor networks. Currently, his H-index is 25 in Google Citation.
His papers have been cited by other researchers more than 2400 times. He developed an open source wireless sensor networks simulator ‘NetTopo’ to evaluate & demonstrate my algorithms. NetTopo, has been downloaded for more than 3420 times during the past 3 years, and is widely used by international researchers and students. He was awarded the MASS 2009 IEEE TCs Travel Grant and the Outstanding Leadership Award of EUC 2009 as Publicity Chair, the Globecom 2010, ICC 2013, and ComManTel 2014 Best Paper Award, and Outstanding Service Award of IUCC 2012 and ComcomAP 2014. He also received a few more awards from Chinese Government as: Top Level Talents in “Sailing Plan” of Guangdong Province, China, Outstanding Young Professor of Guangdong Province, China. He has been serving as Editor in Chief for EAI Endorsed Transactions on Industrial Networks and Intelligent Systems (website), and associate editors for IEEE Systems Journal, IEEE Access, ACM/Springer Wireless Networks, Journal of Network and Computer Applications, Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technology, Security and Communication Networks, Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, International Journal of Communication Systems, KSII Transaction on Internet and Information Systems, International Journal of Sensor Networks, Ad Hoc & Sensor Wireless Networks, Journal of Internet Technology, Journal of Communications, IET Communications, IET Networks, IET Wireless Sensor Systems, and served as Guest Editors for IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, IEEE Wireless Communication Magazine, IEEE Communication Magazine, IEEE System Journal, IEEE Sensors Journal, ACM/Springer Mobile Applications and Networks, Springer Telecommunication Systems. He is serving as the Vice-Chair for SIG on Energy Harvesting Communications. On more than 50 occasions, he has served as Co-Chair for international conferences/workshops, e.g., IWCMC, ICC, ISCC, ICNC, Chinacom, especially Symposium Co-chair for IWCMC 2012, ICC 2012, General Chair for Chinacom 2014, Steering and TPC Chair for InisCom 2015, General Co-Chair for Qshine 2015; TPC member of more than 150 conferences, e.g., DCOSS, MASS, ICC, Globecom, ICCCN, WCNC, ISCC. He is a member of IEEE, IEEE IES, IEEE ComSoc, EAI and ACM. He has obtained more than 7 million RMB as research grant since October 2012.
Talk: Internet of Energy Systems: Challenges and Solutions
Traditional power grid is evolving into a new paradigm “Internet of Energy (IoE)” where ICT plays a crucial role. In this talk, we will mainly focus on the challenges and potential solutions in realizing IoE. Three new challenges will be particularly discussed: energy systems, renewable energy resources and electric vehicles. Accordingly, we will first present our recent studies on intelligent energy scheduling for different objectives in energy systems, e.g., energy efficiency, and reliability. Then, we will discuss on how software defined networking (SDN) paradigm can offer high potential for coordinated power generation, storage and dispatch. Finally, we will introduce V2G (Vehicle-to-Grid) Mobile Energy Networks for balancing power demand through electric vehicles mobility.
Prof. Yan Zhang is currently Head of Department, Department of Networks at Simula Research Laboratory, Norway. He is also an Associate Professor (part-time) at the Department of Informatics, University of Oslo, Norway. He received a PhD degree in School of Electrical & Electronics Engineering,
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
He is an associate editor or on the editorial board of a number of well-established journals. He is an IEEE Access Associate Editor. He also serves as the guest editor for IEEE Communications Magazine, IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine, IEEE Network Magazine, IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, IEEE Systems Journal, and IEEE Internet of Things journal. He serves as chair positions in a number of conferences, including IEEE PIMRC 2016, IEEE CCNC 2016, WICON 2016, IEEE SmartGridComm 2015, and IEEE CloudCom 2015. He serves as TPC member for numerous international conferences including IEEE INFOCOM, IEEE ICC, IEEE GLOBECOM, and IEEE WCNC. He has received 8 Best Paper Awards. He is a fellow of IET. He is also a senior member of IEEE, IEEE ComSoc, and IEEE VT society. He is IEEE VTS Distinguished Lecturer.
His current research interest include: next-generation wireless networks leading to 5G, reliable and secure cyber-physical systems (e.g., smart grid, healthcare, and transport), machine-to-machine communications, Internet-of-Things, economic approaches (e.g., game theory) for networks