Tutorial

Tutorial

Tutorial 1:
“Smartphone Probe Cars for Traffic and Road Sensing”
August 19, 2015, 9:00~10:30, BallroomC
Prof. Chih-Wei Yi,
NCTU, Taiwan
Chih-Wei-Yi The large number of vehicles running on streets are one of the best platforms for real-time traffic condition collection and pervasive road pavement sensing. Smartphone Probe Cars (SPCs) are hybrid sensing systems utilizing the sensing and communication capability of onboard smartphones to collect traffic and road data. In this talk, some ongoing/published research works based on SPCs developed in NCTU will be introduced, including traffic light information discovery and road pavement assessment. For the traffic light information discovery, we use the stop and go events of vehicles in front of a traffic light system to mine the phase time information of the traffic light system. For the road pavement assessment, we utilize the abnormal vehicle vibration incurred by vehicles running over road surface anomalies as evidence of the existence of those anomalies.
Tutorial 2:
“Mobile Sensing”
August 19, 2015, 9:00~10:30, BallroomB
Dr. Yusuke Fukushima,
NICT (National Institute of Information and Communicationsf Technology), Japan
yusuke Internet of Things (IoT) is going to bring a new wave of innovations and revolution in the ICT services to make several aspects of our lives smart. Machine-to-machine communication (M2M) is the common platform for secure and adaptive communications among heterogeneous devices and network protocols required by IoT services. In this talk, we first illustrate an overview of ID-based communications and related research and standardization work. We then present a design concept of a mobile sensor network using ID-based communication that enables communications over heterogeneous network protocols, while providing device authentication, discovery, remote control and management.
Tutorial 3:
“Very Connected Scientific World”
August 19, 2015, 10:45~12:15, BallroomC
Mr. Jeonghoon Moon,
KISTI, Korea
jhmoon There are many international R&D networks in the world. They have been used to transfer scientific data over intercountries or intercontinents. With the use of the long distance networks, scientists can start to analyze their scattered scientific data. For example, physicists began to use large size of scientific data by receiving it through tier architecture the wellorganized international networks. We call this scientific work behavior “data intensive science” which is the next era after computational science.
For the data intensive science with distributed data, the scientists also need distributed high performance computing resource and storage resources, in addition of high performance network, because they have to contain and analyze the tremendous size of data. Their own resources are not enough any more, so they have to utilize all possible resources even though they are very distributed and remote. For utilizing the resources in anther domain, many methods for federation was studied. We will talk this in this tutorial.
In this tutorial, we will include international R&D network, data intensive science, science DMZ, and resource federation with network QoS. These all are for the purpose to connect scientific world for their achievement, new discovery.
Tutorial 4:
“IoT & Smart Network Efficiency Enhancement Technologies”
August 19, 2015, 10:45~12:15, BallroomB
Prof. Jong-Moon Chung,
Yonsei Univ., Korea
Jong-Moon-Chung  In this tutorial the technical issues of IoT networks and IoT supportive smartphone networks are introduced. In order to control IoT networked devices in a power efficient way, clustering techniques, multipath techniques, handover techniques, and advanced LTE-A mobile communication technologies are introduced.