Invited Lecture: Dr. Dhananjay Singh
Director of ReSENSE Lab, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea
Date & Time: July 26 (Tuesday), 2016; 08:20am - 09:00am
LOCATION: Sterling AB Room
Internet of Things (IoT) is a new concept of computing technology which is fast emerging as a successful extension to existing Internet in embedded devices. We have visualized interconnections of billions of smart IoT devices to change the way of life. Machine-to-machine communication, machine-to-real world, machine-to-humans are becoming a fast to serve comfortable human life based on 6LoWPAN communication technology. Human security is the one of important aspects of IoT services. The resultant of the IoT objects would be huge amount of data which can be utilized to monitor and control the safety of women and child. In this talks, we will discussed a proposed SiTASENSE model, which is based on hierarchical 6loWPAN networks and intelligent women safety sensing (IWSS) management station. The proposed model concerned about physical interconnections between objects and attributes to access the location. Finally, we have discussed with a use case scenario on the proposed model to deploy in a specific community for the women safety services and sensing of intelligent security management system.
Dhananjay Singh received his B. Tech. degree in CSE from UCER Allahabad in July 2003, M. Tech degree in IT with spec. in WCC from IIIT Allahabad, India in Aug. 2006 and Ph.D. degree in Ubiquitous IT from Dongseo University, Busan South Korea in Feb. 2010. After his graduation, he worked as a PostDoc and Senior Engineering at NIMS and ETRI, Daejeon, South Korea from March 2010 to May 2012. Since 2012, he has been an Asstt. Prof. in the Dept. of Electronics Engineering and Chair of the Div. of Global IT at HUFS Global Campus-Yongin, South Korea.Dr. Singh is a Senior Member of IEEE and ACM Society. He has won three best paper awards from IEEE conferences and two fellowships from APAN meeting for Singapore and Manila. He has published 75+ refereed scientific papers, served 100+ TPC membership and 30+ invited talks into major International conferences. His research interests focus on the design, analysis and implementation of algorithms/protocols for large-scale data set to solve real-world problems spec. for Smart City and IoT services.