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《[Space, Ground and Human]-driven Information Service for Next Generation Disaster Response》
王林             2019-06-06

主题:[Space, Ground and Human]-driven Information Service for NextGeneration Disaster Response

时间:2019年6月7日(周五)14:30-18:00

地点:东校区信息馆302室

主讲人:董冕雄

主讲人简介:

Mianxiong Dong received B.S., M.S.and Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from The University of Aizu,Japan. He is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Informationand Electronic Engineering at the Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan. Hewas a JSPS Research Fellow with School of Computer Science and Engineering, TheUniversity of Aizu, Japan and was a visiting scholar with BBCR group atUniversity of Waterloo, Canada supported by JSPS Excellent Young ResearcherOverseas Visit Program from April 2010 to August 2011. Dr. Dong was selected asa Foreigner Research Fellow (a total of 3 recipients all over Japan) by NECC&C Foundation in 2011. His research interests include Wireless Networks,Cloud Computing, and Cyber-physical Systems. He has received best paper awardsfrom IEEE HPCC 2008, IEEE ICESS 2008, ICA3PP 2014, GPC 2015, IEEE DASC 2015,IEEE VTC 2016-Fall, FCST 2017, 2017 IET Communications Premium Award and IEEEComSoc CSIM Best Conference Paper Award 2018. Dr. Dong serves as an Editor forIEEE Transactions on Green Communications and Networking (TGCN), IEEECommunications Surveys and Tutorials, IEEE Network, IEEE WirelessCommunications Letters, IEEE Cloud Computing, IEEE Access, as well as a leadingguest editor for ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications andApplications (TOMM), IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing (TETC),IEEE Transactions on Computational Social Systems (TCSS). He has been servingas the Vice Chair of IEEE Communications Society Asia/Pacific RegionInformation Services Committee and Meetings and Conference Committee, LeadingSymposium Chair of IEEE ICC 2019, Student Travel Grants Chair of IEEE GLOBECOM2019, and Symposium Chair of IEEE GLOBECOM 2016, 2017. He is the recipient ofIEEE TCSC Early Career Award 2016, IEEE SCSTC Outstanding Young ResearcherAward 2017, The 12th IEEE ComSoc Asia-Pacific Young Researcher Award 2017,Funai Research Award 2018 and NISTEP Researcher 2018 (one of only 11 people inJapan) in recognition of significant contributions in science and technology.He is currently the Member of Board of Governors and Chair of StudentFellowship Committee of IEEE Vehicular Technology Society, and Treasurer ofIEEE ComSoc Japan Joint Sections Chapter.

内容简介:

Information service for disasterresponse is a very important technology in digital/virtual asset protection andcrucial phase during disasters strike, which aims at providing immediateassistance to maintain life, improve health and support the morale of theaffected population. The information technologies and services are playing moreand more essential roles in emergency response during recentdisasters. However, there are still many challenges with existing informationtechnologies due to the constraints brought by limited local resources andpost-disaster environment. As a result, we come up with the idea of developingthe next generation disaster response, which enables [Space, Ground andHuman]-driven information services beyond the existing emergencycommunications. First, we propose to establish a sustainable D2D network forconnecting affected humans in range of 100 meters. Second, the UAVs as flyingaccess points in space are presented to support agile networking among the D2Duser clusters in the affected area, replacing damaged based stations in rangeof 1 kilometer. Third, we apply the Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN)technology in further extending the coverage of information services in thepost-disaster environment to more than 10 kilometers.