•   When: Tuesday, March 29, 2016 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
  •   Speakers: Song Min Kim
  •   Location: Research Hall, Room 163
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Abstract

IoT (Internet of Things) is anticipated to significantly improve the qualities of our daily lives in the areas of home automation, healthcare, and transportation, among many others. This is achieved by massive and diverse wireless devices covering every corner of our living space. This talk introduces intelligent IoT networking. I will first discuss a novel design for harmonious coexistence of heterogeneous systems, which addresses the key issue of interference caused by incompatibility between various wireless technologies. The second part of the talk takes a step further in the aim to exploit the opportunity behind the heterogeneous networks consisting IoT. A new technique that establishes direct communication between incompatible devices is presented, enabling interoperation and collaboration between heterogeneities to provide services beyond the capability of each entity. The talk will conclude with a brief discussion on enhancing IoT infrastructure and its support for big data applications.

Speaker's Bio

Song Min Kim is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota. He received BE and ME from Electrical Engineering, Korea University, South Korea. His research interests lie widely across energy-efficient and high performance networking, with an emphasis on IoT. His publications include 10 papers in flagship conferences and journals, used as educational materials in multiple major universities worldwide. His research is under provisional patents for its potential commercialization impact.

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