Keynote Speaker I
Prof. Latif Ladid, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
President, IPv6 FORUM (www.ipv6forum.org )
Member of 3GPP PCG (Board) (www.3gpp.org)
Founding Chair, 5G World Alliance (http://www.5gworldalliance.org/ )
Chair, ETSI IPv6 Industry Specification Group : https://portal.etsi.org/tb.aspx?tbid=827&SubTB=827
IEEE Steering Committee Member: 5G, IoT
Chair, IEEE ComSoC IoT subcommittee (http://cms.comsoc.org/eprise/main/SiteGen/TC_IOT/Content/Home.html/ )
Chair, IEEE ComSoC 5G subcommittee (http://cms.comsoc.org/eprise/main/SiteGen/TC_5GMWI/Content/Home.html?refer=18312&Site_Name=TC_5GMWI
Vice Chair, IEEE ComSoC SDN-NFV subcommittee: http://cms.comsoc.org/eprise/main/SiteGen/TC_SDN_NFV/Content/Home.html
Emeritus Trustee, Internet Society - ISOC (www.isoc.org)
IPv6 Ready & Enabled Logos Program Board (www.ipv6ready.org)
World summit Award Board Member (www.wsis-award.org )
Research Fellow @ University of Luxembourg on multiple European Commission Next Generation Technologies IST Projects
Member of 3GPP2 PCG (www.3gpp2.org)
Member of UN Strategy Council
Member of Future Internet Forum EU Member States (representing Luxembourg) Luxembourg, June 2017
Keynote Speaker II
Prof. Xudong Jiang, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Prof. Xudong Jiang received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degree from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, in 1983 and 1986, respectively, and received the Ph.D. degree from Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg, Germany in 1997, all in electrical and electronic engineering. From 1986 to 1993, he worked as Lecturer at the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China where he received two Science and Technology Awards from the Ministry for Electronic Industry of China. He was a recipient of the German Konrad-Adenauer Foundation young scientist scholarship. From 1993 to 1997, he was with Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg, Germany as scientific assistant. From 1998 to 2004, He worked with the Institute for Infocomm Research, A*Star, Singapore, as Senior Research Fellow, Lead Scientist and appointed as the Head of Biometrics Laboratory where he developed a fingerprint verification algorithm that achieved the fastest and the second most accurate fingerprint verification in the International Fingerprint Verification Competition (FVC2000). He joined Nanyang Technological University, Singapore as a faculty member in 2004 and served as the Director of the Centre for Information Security from 2005 to 2011. Currently, Dr Jiang is a tenured Associate Professor in School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University. Dr Jiang has published over hundred research papers in international refereed journals and conferences, some of which are well cited on Web of Science. He is also an inventor of 7 patents (3 US patents), some of which were commercialized. Dr Jiang is a senior member of IEEE and has been serving as Editorial Board Member,Guest Editor and Reviewer of multiple international journals, and serving as Program Committee Chair, Keynote Speaker and Session Chair of multiple international conferences. His research interest includes pattern recognition, computer vision, machine learning, image analysis, signal/image processing, machine learning and biometrics.
Keynote Speaker III
Prof. Dimitrios Georgakopoulos, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Prof. Georgakopoulos is the Director of the Key IoT Lab at the Digital Innovation Platform of Swinburne University of Technology. Before that was Research Director at CSIRO’s ICT Centre and Executive Director of the Information Engineering Laboratory, which was the largest Computer Science program in Australia. Before CSIRO, he held research and management positions in several industrial laboratories in the US, including Telcordia Technologies (where he helped found two of Telcordia’s Research Centers in Austin, Texas, and Poznan, Poland); Microelectronics and Computer Corporation (MCC) in Austin, Texas; GTE (currently Verizon) Laboratories in Boston, Massachusetts; and Bell Communications Research in Piscataway, New Jersey. He was also a full Professor at RMIT University, and he is currently an Adjunct Prof. at the Australian National University and a CSIRO Adjunct Fellow. Prof. Georgakopoulos is an internationally known expert in IoT, process management, and data management. He has received 20+ industry and academic awards. His 170+ journal and conference publications, which include three seminal papers in the areas Service Computing, Workflow Management, Context Management for the Internet of Things (IoT), have received 12,400+ citations. Dimitrios’ research has attracted significant external research funding ($35M+) from various industry and government research funding agencies, ranging from DARPA and ARDA in the USA, to the Framework Program in the EU, to the Department of Human Services and 50+ industry partners in Australia.
Speech title: From Internet Scale Sensing to Smart Services and Products
Abstract: The Internet of Things (IoT) is the latest Internet evolution that incorporates billions of Internet-connected devices that range from cameras, sensors, RFIDs, smart phones, and wearables, to smart meters, vehicles, medication pills, and industrial machines. Such IoT things are often owned by different organizations and people who are deploying and using them for their own purposes. Federations of such IoT devices (often referred to as IoT things) can also deliver timely and accurate information that is needed to solve internet-scale problems that have been too difficult to tackle before.
To realize its enormous potential, IoT must provide IoT solutions for discovering needed IoT devices, collecting and integrating their data, distilling the high value information each application needs and doing these securely, on the move, and in the cloud/edge. Such IoT solutions must be capable of filtering, aggregating, correlating, and contextualising IoT information in real-time, on the move, in the cloud. In this talk we present an overview of IoT solutions we have developed to address these technical challenges and help springboard IoT to its potential. In this talk we mainly focus on open source components and standards we have developed jointly with other prominent international collaborators. We also describe a variety of IoT applications that have utilized our solutions to provide smart IoT services in the areas of smart farming, energy, manufacturing, cities, heath and proximity marketing. Finally, we discuss ongoing research for the next generation IoT infrastructure.
Keynote Speaker IV
Prof. Ma Maode, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore
Prof. Maode Ma
received his BE degree in computer engineering from
Tsinghua University in 1982, ME degree in computer
engineering from Tianjin University in 1991 and Ph.D.
degree in computer science from Hong Kong University of
Science and Technology in 1999.
Dr. Ma is a tenured Associate Professor in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. He has extensive research interests including wireless networking, wireless network security and optical networking, etc. He has been a member of the technical program committee for more than 110 international conferences. He has been a technical track chair, tutorial chair, publication chair, and session chair for more than 50 international conferences. Dr. Ma has published more than 130 international academic research papers on wireless networks and optical networks. He currently serves as an Associate Editor for IEEE Communications Letters, an Editor for IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials, and an Associate Editor for International Journal of Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, Journal of Network and Computer Applications, Security and Communication Networks, International Journal of Vehicular Technology, Journal of Computer Systems, Networks, and Communications, and International Journal of Computing & Information Technology.
Speech title: Efficient and Secure Authentication Schemes for IEEE 802.11ah Networks
Abstract: IEEE 802.11ah, a specification belonging to 802.11 wireless local area network (WLAN) protocol family, has been recently released to support the long-range, low-power and low-rate wireless communication among smart devices used in Internet of Thing (IoT) systems. However, security requirements of the energy-constrained devices have plenty of issues different from the traditional wireless devices. It requires that the lightweight security protocols have to support low-power and low-latency as well as the long-lasting features of quantities of IoT devices. The recently released IEEE statndard, IEEE 802.11ai has specified a Fast Initial Link Setup (FILS), which is a brand-new approach aiming at establishing fast, stable and secure links among smart devices. IEEE 802.11ai could be applied to other wireless systems, such as the wireless system of IEEE 802.11ah with security enhancements. In this talk, I would address the secureity issues of IEEE 802.11ai and IEEE 802.11ah with new proposals to enhance the authentication process in the link setup procedure.