sejoon lim, ph.d
Department of Automobile and IT Convergence
College of Automotive Engineering
Kookmin University, Korea
Big Data and Intelligent Transportation and Autonomous Driving
Sejoon Lim, Ph.D
This talk introduces the latest developments in transportation and automotive applications driven by Big Data and Artificial Intelligence. In the first part, we will talk about intelligent transportation systems that use connectivity and big data, especially for large-scale data processing, analysis and traffic navigation. The second section talks about the current development trends and the latest technologies for autonomous driving. In particular, we introduce sensing technologies using radar, lider, camera, and path planning and control technologies using artificial intelligence including deep learning.
Biosketch:Sejoon Lim is an assistant professor at Kookmin University. He received a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT. His research interests lie in big data analysis and artificial intelligence applications in automotive domain, automated driving, and intelligent transportation systems. He was a Senior Member of Technical Staff at Oracle Corporation from 2012 to 2015, where he did research and development on scalable parallel database systems.
PROF. MAKOTO OHTA
Biomedical Flow Dynamics Laboratory
Creative Flow Research Division
Tohoku University, Japan
Artery Biomodel for Use as Evaluations of Medical Device
Prof. Makoto Ohta
A biomodel with proper geometry and mechanical properties is used for evaluation of medical device or training for medical skill. The model is attractive in medical fields and engineering fields. Recently a model with sensor is developed and the quantitative evaluations of medical device and training can be applied.
Biosketch: Makoto Ohta got PhD at Kyoto University, Japan on 2001 and moved to Geneva University as a post doctoral fellow on 2001. He developed an intracranial aneurysmal model using PVA-H with elasticity for evaluation of stent. And He also started Computational Fluid Dynamics of blood flow in intracranial aneurysm. He got a position of Associate professor of Tohoku University, Institute of Fluid Science on 2005 and became professor of the institute on 2017. He published more that 100 papers and developed the field of evaluation of medical devices using model. He made a standard of mechanical properties of bone model on 2017 in ISO. He got frequently award, for example, best presentation award from Intracranial stent meeting (ICS) on 2012.
Prof. Yul Yunazwin Nazaruddin
Instrumentation and Control Research Group
Faculty of Industrial Technology
Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
Towards Resilient Cyber-Physical Systems Design
Prof. Yul Y. Nazaruddin and Tua A. Tamba
Recent developments and advances in sensors, computational and communication technologies have recently stimulated researchers’ growing interests in utilizing the so-called cyber-physical systems (CPS) framework for the purpose of control systems design and implementation. In CPS, networks of computers and communication devices are used to automatically monitor and manage the interactions and data exchanges between the plant, sensor, controller and actuator elements of a control system. The tight interactions between these physical, computational and communication processes often pose new challenges with regard to (i) the efficiency of the CPS’ resources utilization and (ii) the resiliency of the CPS to undesirable events. The first part of this talk will review basic concept and current challenges in the development of resilient CPS. The second part of the talk will discuss our on-going works in developing control strategies which can guarantee some levels of resiliency of the CPS toward cyber attacks in the form of denial-of-service phenomenon.
Biosketch: Yul Y. Nazaruddin is currently a professor and the Chair of the Instrumentation & Control Research Group in the Faculty of Industrial Technology at Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia. He received the B.S. in Engineering Physics from Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia, in 1982, both the M.Sc. and DIC in Electrical Engineering from Imperial College of Science and Technology, University of London, UK, in 1985, and the Dr. -Ing. in Electrical Engineering from Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, in 1994. He was appointed as Education Attach´e at the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Berlin, Germany (2008–2012) and the Chair of the Center of Data & Statistics for Education at the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture (2012–2015). His research interests include theory and applications of advanced instrumentation and control techniques for industrial control and automation, robotics, mechatronics and intelligent systems.
Tua A. Tamba received the B.Eng. in Engineering Physics from Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia, in 2006 and the M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from Pusan National University, South Korea, in 2009. During 2010-2015, he was a Fulbright scholar at the University of Notre Dame, USA, where he also received both the MSEE and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering. His research interests include dynamical systems, control theory, formal verification, polynomial optimization, and complex networks.