IoT Intelligence-From Active to Passive, From Limited to Infinite

Report Title: IoT Intelligence-From Active to Passive, From Limited to Infinite

Time: 2019-12-21 8:30

Location: Yifu Building 202

Content of report:

The development of the Internet of Things has entered the era of 1 billion scales. In the recent "National Key R & D Plan", there are many Internet-related special projects that have clearly proposed that the development of the Internet of Things must meet the 1 billion-scale target. At the same time, whether the Internet of Things can effectively provide power to important application areas affecting national economy and people's livelihood such as "Made in China 2025" and "Smart City" also directly determines China's international competitiveness in the Internet of Things industry. However, it must be seen that with the evolution of the Internet of Things in pervasiveness and scale, the three fundamental problems of insufficient number and quality of sensors, limited network scale, and limited energy acquisition models have severely restricted the Internet of Things to 1 billion scale. The pace of progress. This report will focus on three aspects: perception intelligence, communication intelligence and energy intelligence. The main technical fields involved include: non-sensor sensing technology with radio frequency sensing as the core; large-scale passive network networking technology; and multi-source energy acquisition and utilization technology. The report will focus on the latest progress of the above technologies, combined with the latest research results of the research team, share the latest research progress in the above technology areas, and attract and inspire more researchers to join the "Internet of Things Intelligence" which has broad prospects. Come from the field of research.

Speaker profile:

Yang Panlong, Special Researcher, School of Computer Science and Technology, University of Science and Technology of China, Winner of Jiangsu Natural Science Outstanding Youth Fund (2015), CCF Distinguished Speaker (2015). He has published more than 150 articles in well-known international academic conferences and journals, including 45 CCF A papers. Since 2012, he has instructed students a total of 24 times, won 3 provincial and ministerial postgraduate outstanding paper awards, and nominated 2 times. It has applied for 16 invention patents and authorized 5. As the project leader, he undertakes the national key research and development plan topics, the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and the Youth Fund project; as the sub-project leader, he undertakes the key projects of the Natural Science Foundation, participates in 973, and major projects of the National Natural Science Foundation. Won the ACM MobiCom conference presentation paper nomination award; MSN, MASS, WASA and other international conference paper awards. He served as the chair of IEEE BigCom, MSN (CCF Class C) and other international conferences, and chairman of the program committee. And for many years as a member of the INFOCOM Conference (CCF Class A) Program Committee. Member of the eighth academic committee of the first-level domestic journal "Journal of Communications".