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Title:To Be Announced
Chonggang Wang,IEEE Fellow, Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Network
InterDigital Communications, USA

To Be Announced


Chonggang Wang received his Ph.D. degree from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT) in 2002. He is currently a Member Technical Staff with InterDigital Communications. His current research interests include decentralized IoT, semantic computing and services for IoT, fog computing for IoT, IoT data analytics, and advanced IoT services. He also has abundant IoT standardization experience including oneM2M, IETF, IEEE, and ETSI TC M2M. He was the co-founder (2011-2013) and the founding Editor-in-Chief (EiC) of IEEE Internet of Things Journal (2014-2016). He is currently the Associate EiC of IEEE Transactions on Big Data and the EiC of IEEE Blockchain Technical Briefs. He is an IEEE Fellow for his contributions to IoT enabling technologies (2017).

Pushing the Limit of Mobile Sensing: Smart Healthcare and Digital Home in the age of AIoT
Qian Zhang,IEEE Fellow, Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Trans. on Mobile Computing (TMC)
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Sensing is an effective means to connect the physical world and digital space. Exploring the intelligent sensing capability has drawn researcher’s great attention. It is quite excited to see in recent years, besides wearable sensing, people have also begun to explore the acoustic, wireless signal, light, and other ambient communication medium’s capability for sensing purpose. In this talk, I will introduce some of our work related to how to leverage the wearables and the communication medium's sensing capability to enable human-centric applications. Moreover, I will point out some potential spoofing attack that may exist in the smart sensing and interaction scenario.


Dr. Zhang joined Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in Sept. 2005 where she is now Tencent Professor of Engineering and Chair Professor of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. She is also serving as the co-director of Huawei-HKUST innovation lab and the director of digital life research center of HKUST. Before that, she was in Microsoft Research Asia, Beijing, from July 1999, where she was the research manager of the Wireless and Networking Group. Dr. Zhang has published more than 400 refereed papers in international leading journals and key conferences. She is the inventor of more than 50 granted International patents. Her current research interests include Internet of Things (IoT), smart health, mobile computing and sensing, wireless networking, as well as cyber security. She is a Fellow of the IEEE and a Fellow of the Hong Kong Academy of Engineering Science (HKAES). Dr. Zhang has received MIT TR100 (MIT Technology Review) world's top young innovator award. She received the Best Paper Awards in several international conferences. She received the Oversea Young Investigator Award from the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) in 2006. She held the Cheung Kong Chair Professor (长江讲座教授) in Huazhong University of Science and Technology (2012-2015). Dr. Zhang is serving as Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Trans. on Mobile Computing (TMC). She is a member of Steering Committee of IEEE Infocom. Dr. Zhang received the B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees from Wuhan University, China, in 1994, 1996, and 1999, respectively, all in computer science.

6G Technologies for Supporting Smart IoT: Future Perspective
Nei Kato,IEEE Fellow, fellow of the Engineering Academy of Japan
Tohoku University

The growing number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices are being deployed to enable users to work and live in a more efficient and convenient manner. And the applications expected to be widely adopted in 6G such as autonomous driving, smart healthcare, metaverse, and Industry 4.0 have driven the IoT towards intellectualization. To realize the smart IoT requires a series of 6G technologies to overcome existing limitations and improve the performance in the application plane, data plane, and perception plane. In this talk, I will first give some future prospects of smart IoT as well as the existing challenges in three planes. Then, I will introduce how 6G technologies can support different smart IoT applications in terms of communications, computations, energy, and intelligence. Moreover, the security and privacy issues which has been raising increasing concern will be talked. Some research works and analysis results will be also shared to inspire more creative ideas.


Nei Kato is a full professor and the Dean with Graduate School of Information Sciences, Tohoku University (2013). He has researched on computer networking, wireless mobile communications, satellite communications, ad hoc & sensor & mesh networks, UAV networks, smart grid, AI, IoT, Big Data, and pattern recognition. He has published more than 500 papers in prestigious peer-reviewed journals and conferences. He served as the Vice-President (Member & Global Activities) of IEEE Communications Society (2018-2021), the Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Network Magazine(2015-2017), and the Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (2017-2021). He is a Distinguished Lecturer of IEEE Communications Society and Vehicular Technology Society, a fellow of the Engineering Academy of Japan, a Fellow of IEEE, and a Fellow of IEICE.

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