报告题目: Collaborative Intelligence and Internet of Vehicles
报告地点：zoom在线会议 会议ID：939 3075 5234 密码： nMsa4a
Future Internet of Vehicles (IoV) systems feature a large number of devices and multi-access environments where different types of communication, computing, and storage resources must be efficiently utilized. It is therefore important to empower future IoV systems with advanced features, such as real-time reactive and proactive cooperation and coordination among different agents (or decision makers), including vehicles, roadside units, base stations, pedestrians, and other entities. Recently, artificial intelligence (AI) based approaches have been attracting great interest in empowering computer systems. In IoV systems, collaborative intelligence can be achieved via an efficient collaboration among heterogeneous entities, including vehicles, edges, and cloud. This talk will focus on the technical challenges and the synergistic effect of collaboration among heterogeneous entities and AI in enabling intelligent perception of environment, intelligent networking, and intelligent processing of big data in vehicular IoT systems.
报告人简介： Celimuge Wu 副教授 博导, 日本电信通信大学
Celimuge Wu received his Ph.D. degree from The University of Electro- Communications, Japan in 2010. He is currently an associate professor with the Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering, The University of Electro-Communications. His current research interests include vehicular networks, IoT, big data, and mobile edge computing. He is/has been a TPC Co-Chair of Wireless Days 2021, Wireless Days 2019, ICT-DM 2019, and ICT-DM 2018, and a track Co-Chair of many international conferences including VTC2020-Spring, ICCCN 2019 and IEEE PIMRC 2016. He serves as an associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Network Science and Engineering, IEEE Transactions on Green Communications and Networking, China Communications, IEEE Access, Wireless Networks, IEICE Transactions on Communications, International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks, and MDPI Sensors. He is the chair of IEEE TCGCC SIG on Green Internet of Vehicles, and IEEE TCBD SIG on Big Data with Computational Intelligence.