Previous Speakers


Prof. Toshio Fukuda
IEEE, SICE, JSME, RSJ, and VRSJ Fellow
Nagoya University / Meijo University, Japan
Topic: Mutli-Scale Robotic System--From large scale cellular robot to small scale robots.
 
Prof. Guu-Chang Yang
IEEE Fellow
National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
Topic: Channel hopping mechanisms for dynamic spectrum management in cognitive radio networks

Prof. Yang Xiao,
IET Fellow, IEEE Fellow
The University of Alabama, USA
Topic: Accountable Logging for Future Computers and Networks
 
Prof. Yutaka Ishibashi
IEICE Fellow, Past Chair of IEEE Nagoya Section
Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan
Topic: Remote Cooperation between Humans and Robots with Force Feedback

Prof. Tom Hou,IEEE Fellow
Editor of IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking and ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks
Virginia Tech, USA
Topic: A New Approach to Real-Time Optimal Scheduling in 5G
 
Prof. Yan Zhang
IEEE Fellow, Fellow of NTVA and IET Fellow
University of Oslo, Norway
Topic: Edge Intelligence for Internet of Things

Prof. Perry Shum
OSA Fellow, SPIE Fellow
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Topics: Optical Fiber Technologies
 
Prof. Alexander Balinsky,
Cardiff University, UK
Topic: Sequences Modelling: from phase transitions to deep learning and recurrent neural networks

Prof. Alessandro Rizzi,
University of Milan, Italy
Topic: Why we don’t care if the pixel value is wrong: limits and characteristics of standard and HDR digital images
 
Prof. Wojciech Grega,
AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland
Topic: Information Technologies Supporting Control and Monitoring of Smart Grids

Prof. Xiaodong Liu,
SMIEEE, FHEA,
Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Topic: Context-Active Resilience in Cyber Physical Systems (CAR)
 
Prof. Meelis Kitsing,
Estonian Business School, Estonia
Topic: Alternative futures for digital platform ecosystems

Prof. Thanh Van Do,
Telenor /Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway
Topic: Threat intelligence for 5G mobile networks
 
Prof. Quanbo Ge
Tongji University, China
Topic: Adaptive Tracking State Estimation for Complex Systems with Communication Network

Dr. Nan Yang
Senior Lecturer and the Associate Dean
Australian National University (ANU), Canberra, Australia
Topic: Empowering 5G and Beyond Era with Ultra-Reliable and Low-Latency Communications