Keynote Speaker I
Prof. Koichi Asatani
Chair Professor, Nankai University, Professor Emeritus, Kogakuin University
Bio: Koichi Asatani received his B.E.E.E., M.E.E.E. and Ph. D. degrees from Kyoto University in 1969, 1971 and 1974, respectively. From 1974 to 1997, Dr. Asatani was with NTT and engaged in R&D on optical fiber communication systems, hi-definition video transmission systems, FTTH, ISDN, B-ISDN, ATM networks, IP Networks and their strategic planning. From 1997 to 2014, he served as Professor at Kogakuin University. From 1999 to 2012, he joined Graduate School of Global Information and Telecommunication, Waseda University as Visiting Professor. He is currently Chair Professor, Nankai University, Tianjin, China. He is also Professor Emeritus, Kogakuin University. He is Fellow of IEEE and Fellow of IEICE. He was appointed as Distinguished Lecturer of IEEE Communications Society for 2006-2009, 2011-2012, and 2013-2014.
He is a founder of Communications QoS, Reliability and Performance Modeling series symposium at IEEE ICCs and IEEE Globecoms. He served as co-chair for this symposium at ICCs and Globecoms for 2002-2004. He is Ex-Chair and Advisory Board Member of IEEE Technical Committee on Communication Quality and Reliability (CQR-TC), Feature Editor on Standards (1993-1999), Senior Technical Editor (1999-2005) of IEEE Communications Magazine. He also served as Executive Chair, ICC2011 in Kyoto. From 1988 through 2000, he served as Vice-Chairman of ITU-T SG 13 (formerly CCITT SG XVIII), responsible for digital networks including GII, IP networks, NGN and Future Networks. He served as Chair for National Committee on Next Generation Networks in Japan. He also served as Chair, R&D and Standardizations Working Group, Next Generation IP Network Promotion Forum. He served as IEEE Communications Society Director, Membership Programs Development for 2014-2015 term. He is currently Chair, IEEE Com Soc GIMS committee. He has been serving as a Board member, IEICE, and Chair, IEICE Standards Activities since 2014.
He has published more than fifty papers, authored/co-authored nineteen books, and gave more than 120 talks including keynotes and invited talks at the prestigious international conferences such as IEEE ICC and Globecom.
His current interests include Information Networks including Broadband networking, Internet Interworking, IP telephony, NGN, Future Networks, IoT, 5G Networking and their QoS aspects.
Keynote Speaker III
Prof. Ajay B Gadicha
Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University. India
Title: Phenomenon of Detection of Shot Frontiers & Feature Extraction from Video Data.
Abstract: During the last decades, a continuous demand and creation of digital video information have occurred. The creation of digital video has caused an exponential growth of digital video content. To increase the usability of such large volume of videos, a lot of research has been made. Video Summarization, in particular, has been proposed to rapidly browse large video collections. It has also been used to efficiently index and access video content.
To summarize any type of video, researchers have relied on visual features contained in frames. In order to extract these features, different techniques have used local or global descriptors. Nonetheless, no extensive evaluation has been made about the usefulness of both types of descriptors in video summarization.
One important contribution of this research is to propose a method for analyzing and identifying the features extraction of each frame and apply semantic video summarization and scene classifier that not only produce meaningful and informative video summaries but it generates the fruitful results.
Bio: Prof. Ajay B Gadicha currently working as Assistant Professor in P.R.Pote College of Engineering and Management Amravati. He becomes First Merit & University Topper in Master of Engineering in Information Technology in2011. He has completed PhD in Computer Science and Engineering from Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University. He has 10 years of experience in the field of Computer Forensics and Information Technology. He has published 66 research papers in National and International conferences & journals .He has publish 2 books (online) and 10 patents filled in the field of Electrical /Electronics and Machine Learning. He has field of interest in Video Forensics , Network Security, Image Processing, Video Summarization.
Dr. Gadicha working in 160 editorial and reviewer board of various national and International bodies & communities including ISTE, CSI ,IAENG,IEEE,ACM,IFERP etc.
Dr. Gadicha received International Association for Science and Technology Education Awarded “Best Young Research Award-2017” at Tamil Nadu.
Dr. Gadicha Received “Best Researcher Award-2019” by Vivekanandha College of Arts and Science for Women (Autonomous), Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu, India.
Dr. Gadicha Received “Young Researcher in Computer Science and Engineering on 31 July 2019” by Global Outreach Research & Education Association Bangalore.
Invited Speaker II
Dr. Hiroo Wakaumi
Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, Japan
Title: Analog Signal Processing Techniques for Low-Power IoT Sensing Devices
Bio: Dr. Hiroo Wakaumi received his B.E. degree in Electronics from Chiba University in 1973 and his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Tokyo Metropolitan University in 2000. Until 1992, he worked at NEC Corporation. Then he joined Tokyo Metropolitan College of Technology, whose name has been changed to Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology in 2006, where he served as a professor from 2002 until 2015. He is currently a part-time lecturer there. He is a researcher with over 47 years of experience and a teacher with over 28 years of experience. His research interests include CCDs, display devices, high-voltage MOS ICs, magnetic sensing, optical sensing, and signal processing.
He has been working as a reviewer of one e-Book, 7 journals and 26 international conferences from 2000 until now. He served as a co-chair of all sessions in the international conference ICTASI 2018 and as a session chairman in eight international conferences from 2002 until 2018. He is now serving as a local chair for ISCNC 2020 and as a local liaison for IWoSR 2020.
He was awarded the Best Paper Award of the 2019 International Conference of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in WCE 2019, the Best Invited Paper Award at the international conference CIM’07, and the Industrial Education Achievement Award from the Industrial Education Advancement Association of Japan in 2013. He has published 60 peer-reviewed papers in journals and international conferences, five books, and 83 general meeting papers including bulletins and magazines, achieving superior performance related to ICs and magnetic sensing and optical sensing/displaying systems. He served as a keynote speaker in ICTASI 2018 and an editorial advisory board member of a book in 2013. He is now each senior member of IEEE and IEICE, and is also technical program committee members of many International Conferences (APCCAS, ISCAS, ICTASI, SENSORDEVICES, ICEECC etc.). He is a trustee of the Japan Society of Applied Quantum Chromo-dynamics as well.
Abstract: Sensing device technology, which is the key to realizing the IoT (Internet of Things) system, is increasingly becoming important. A Switched-Capacitor (SC) technology using CMOS OP Amplifiers is promising for realizing analog video signal processors in IoT sensing devices. This is due to the easy integration in monolithic ICs using the CMOS technology and the possible operation at high speed. In SC filter ICs, the realization of low power consumption OP Amps is an important matter to avoid unstable operation.
In this talk, power consumption reduction techniques of OP Amps are discussed. At first, some conventional OP Amp circuits for reducing power consumption are introduced. To solve the low speed operation and high power consumption problems in these circuits, the 3-V power Low-Voltage Folded-Cascode (LV FC) OP Amp with a Dynamic Switching Bias (DSB) circuit proposed by the lecturer will be presented. This is capable of attaining high gain even at low power supply voltages and operating at a high switching speed covering video signal bandwidths. Then, as applications of this DSBFC OP Amp, 2nd-order and 4th-order SC Low-Pass Filters (LPFs) operating at a switching frequency of 14.3 MHz, will be shown in theory and concrete configuration and the usefulness of a high-order SC LPF for realizing suitable roll-off filter characteristics be made clear. A high-speed Multi-Channel DSBFC OP Amp (MC OP Amp) with a fast settling time while keeping a low distortion will be also proposed. The MC SC LPF using this MC OP Amp, which enables a high attenuation in a wide stop-band due to the high speed settling and the small feed-through in sampling/CMOS switches, will be proposed subsequently. Simulation results showed that the practicable stop-band attenuation below -41dB in the MC SC LPF was obtained.
In conclusion, the lecturer will state that the low power consumption techniques using the DSB circuit should come to be important as analog signal processing circuits in IoT Sensing devices.
Prof. Massimo Marchiori (UNIPD), Technical Director(EISMD)
University of Padua, Italy; European Center for Science, Media and Democracy, Belgium
Prof. Pedro Larrañaga
Technical University of Madrid, Spain
Dr. Tamer ElBatt
American University in Cairo, Egypt
New!! Tokyo Metropolitan University Akihabara Satellite Campus, Tokyo, Japan
Welcome! Prof. Koichi Asatanijoin ISCNC as keynote speaker
F12, Akihabara Daibiru Building,
Tokyo Metropolitan University Akihabara Satellite Campus, Tokyo, Japan
Abstract Submission: June 18, 2020
Full Submission: July 18, 2020
Author Notification: Aug. 18, 2020
Final Version: Sept. 8, 2020
Registration: Sept. 8, 2020
Main Conference: October 9-11, 2020
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