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六月 20

IEEE Signal Processing Society 2014 Summer School on Internet of Things and Machine-to-Machine Systems

2014 Summer school on Internet of Things and Machine-to-Machine will be hosted in National Taiwan University from August 26 to 29. The students are encouraged to attend the summer school and learn the latest development on IoT and M2M. Below are the summary of the summer school and the details can be found at this link.

 

 

There here has been a great deal of interest in the machine-to-machine (M2M) systems and Internet-of-Things (IoT) recently. Billions of M2M devices are expected to be connected and a major portion of them are through wireless media. M2M communication is expected to open doors for new type of applications and services that include smart metering, telemetry, surveillance, healthcare, transportation, utilities, and remote maintenance and control.

Smart M2M systems and IoT are the key technologies to enable applications that involved in interacting with a large number of devices. An increasing number of researches are working to create better technologies for machine-to-machine and IoT systems. Signal processing will play a critical role in the advance of the smart IoT and M2M technologies. Signal processing is essential for ubiquitous information sensing and collection. Advanced signal processing techniques improve M2M communications capability. Distributed signaling processing techniques provide opportunities for scalable IoT solutions. Video signal processing enables multimedia IoT and surveillance. Statistical signaling processing enables information forensic and data analytics to handle the large amount of available information in IoT world. In this summer school, the lecturers will covers various aspects of signal processing M2M systems, and IoT applications.

 

Technical Program:

  • Wireless Network Economics and Games, Prof. Jianwei Huang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Convergence of IoT and Social Networks Issues, Prof. Antonio lera, University of Reggio Calabria Cagliari, Italy
  • Security, Privacy and Trust in IoT and M2M, Dr. Joseph Teo, Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore
  • A Cyber-Physical System for Oil Applications, Prof. Magdy Bayoumi, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
  • Optimization and Inference for Cyber Security in Complex Engineered Networks, Prof. Chee Wei Tan, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Sensor Networking and Decentralized Signal Processing for Energy Management, Prof. Anna Scaglione, UC Davis, USA
  • The IoT Big Data Analytics, Prof. Mahmoud Daneshmand, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA

Deadlines:

  • Student Travel Grant Application: July 1, 2014
  • Early Registration: August 1, 2014