2018年通信技术国际会议（IEEE ICCT 2018）
时间 : 2018年10月09日 09时00分
地点 : 重庆融汇丽笙酒店
主办单位 : 电气和电子工程师协会（IEEE）、重庆大学
主讲人 : Abdennour El Rhalibi (IEEE Fellow) 等
Lecture 1: Digital Healthcare Security
Healthcare is an essential part of the national critical infrastructure network. Of the four critical infrastructures (safety, mission, business and security), hospital infrastructures are a mission-critical infrastructure. Damage to network communications and the loss of patient data would have a detrimental impact on the health provision. Additionally, many lifesaving medical devices, used by health care infrastructures, are vulnerable to attacks from the digital domain. Pacemakers for example, are calibrated wireless and have none or very little security in place. Medical devices are often limited in their computational and communication capabilities. Such devices are not built to accommodate computationally exhaustive operations. Similarly, most medical devices have low on-device memory, leading to the challenge that they are not able to execute complicated security protocols. Wireless s and open connections, present on medical devices, can also be compromised by attackers. Adversaries can manipulate the data transmitted and received by the device, alter dosages, and even turn devices off, putting patients’ lives at risk. However, a notable concern is that a successful attack on such device, presents an opportunity for an attacker to gain backdoor access into a healthcare infrastructure. This essentially allows attackers to bypass the network authentication infrastructure required to access systems containing sensitive personal data. In this talk Prof. Abdennour El Rhalibi will present challenges and solutions in digital healthcare security techniques relying on machine learning, visualisation techniques and IDS. The presentation will also include an overview of the research carried out at the Protect Centre.
Lecture 2: Optical Fiber Sensors and Applications
Optical fiber- d devices have been widely deployed in recent years. There are many advantages of using fiber as a sensor. These include electrically-passive operation, light weight, immunity to radio frequency interference and electromagnetic interference, high sensitivity, compact size, corrosion resistance, easily multiplexing and potentially low cost. Several novel fiber- d sensors and technologies developed are presented here, including fiber Bragg grating (FBG) d sensors, photonic crystal fiber (PCF) d sensors, specialty fiber- d sensors and distributed fiber sensing systems. FBGs as instinctive sensors, are ingeniously designed as two-dimensional (2D) tilt sensors, displacement sensors, accelerometers and corrosion sensors here; PCF d evanescent field absorption sensor, PCF induced Mach-Zehnder interferometer and Fabry-Perot refractometer for temperature and refractive index sensing are presented; d on localized surface Plasmon resonant (LSPR) effect, nano-sized fiber tip with gold nanoparticles are demonstrated for live cell index 15bio-sensing applications.
Lecture 3: Cognitive Industrial Internet of Things and 5G MTC’s Role
Industrial internet of things (IIoT), by providing connectivity to machines, robots, and sensors, etc, enables data intelligence-assisted information technology (IT) and operation technology (OT) convergence. In IIoT, multi-disciplinary research on communications, storage, computing and data analysis, control and management, and security, as well as cross-disciplinary system-level design optimization is needed, with built-in autonomous learning and adaptation capabilities. In this talk, we will start with a brief introduction to IIoT, and then share the IIoT research and design challenges. A design approach will then be proposed to overcome these challenges, under the theme of cognitive IIoT in which the device and the network will build up learning capabilities for context-aware resource, interference, and mobility management, automated fault detection and recovery, and robust connectivity; multi-modal security detection capability
is incorporated into the device and network for real-time anomaly and security detection and management. The interactive and cooperative edge-cloud analytics will also be introduced to enable low-latency real-time actionable insight and robust feature engineering. Finally, the 5G’s role, especially the 5G machine-type communications (MTC), from both the massive MTC aspect, and the ultra-reliable low latency communications (uRLLC) aspect, will be discussed.
Lecturer 1: Abdennour El Rhalibi is Professor of Entertainment Computing and Head of Strategic Projects at Liverpool John Moores University. He is Head of Computer Games Research Lab at the Protect Research Centre. He has over 24 years’ experience doing research and teaching in Computer Sciences. Abdennour has worked as lead researcher in three EU projects in France and in UK. His current research involves Game Technologies and Applied Artificial intelligence.Abdennour has been leading for six years several projects in Entertainment Computing funded by the BBC and UK d games companies, involving cross-platform development tools for games, 3D Web- d Game Middleware Development, State Synchronisation in Multip Online Games, Peer-to-Peer MMOG and 3D Character Animation. Abdennour has published over 180 publications in these areas. Abdennour serves in many journal editorial boards including ACM Computer in Entertainment and the International Journal of Computer Games Technologies. He has served as chair and IPC member in over 100 conferences on Computer Entertainment, AI and VR. Abdennour is member of many International Research Committees in AI and Entertainment Computing, including IEEE MMTC IG: 3D Rendering, Processing and Communications (3DRPCIG), IEEE Task Force on Computational Intelligence in Video Games and IFIP WG 14.4 Games and Entertainment Computing.
Lecturer 2: Prof Shum received his PhD degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from the University of Birmingham, UK, in 1995. In 1999, he joined the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, NTU. Since 2014, he has been appointed as the Director of Centre for Optical Fibre Technology and was the chair, committee member and international advisor of many international conferences. He was also the founding member of IEEE Photonics Society Singapore Chapter (formerly IEEE LEOS). He is currently the chairman of OSA Singapore Chapter. Prof Shum has published more than 500 journal and conference papers with his research interests being in the areas of speciality fibres and fibre- d devices. His H-index is 38. In recent few years, his publications have been cited about 500-800 times per year. He is SPIE Fellow and OSA Fellow.
Lecturer 3: Sumei SUN has been with the Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R) since 1995. She is now Head of the Communications and Networks Cluster, and the lead principal investigator of the Industrial IoT Research Program at the Agency for Science, Technology, and Research (A*STAR) in Singapore, working toward developing competitive solutions to bridge gaps from research to industry in the digital transformation journey. Dr Sun has authored and co–authored more than three hundred technical papers in prestigious IEEE journals and conferences. She's inventor and co-inventor of thirty granted patents and over thirty patent applications, many of which have been licensed to industry. She is a Fellow 16 of the IEEE, a Distinguished Speaker in the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society, and Vice Director of IEEE ComSoc Asia Pacific Board (2016-2019). She's also the Wireless Systems Work Group Chair of Singapore Infocomm Media Development Authority's Telecommunications Standards Advisory Committee (TSAC) during 2015 – 2018, and Services and Digital Economy Technology Roadmap Workgroup Chair for Future Communications and Internet of Things.