Keynotes

Keynote #1

hiroshi ochi
Prof Hiroshi Ochi

Kyushu Institute of Technology
Japan

Biography

He was born in 1959. He received B.S. (1981) and M.S.(1984) from Nagaoka Inst. of Tech as well as Ph.D. (1991) from Tokyo Metropolitan University all in electronics engineering. He was with University of the Ryukyus from 1986 to 1999 as an assistant and associate professor. From 1999, he is with Kyushu Institute of Technology as a professor in computer and electronics engineering department. He received a MBA degree from Kyushu University in 2007. He also organizes Radrix co.ltd as a CEO. He was served as a general chair of APCCAS2014 international conference. He is a member of IEEE and IEICE. His research interests including signal processing, wireless communication, LSI design and technology management.

Abstract Keynote

Fast and Secure Industry Wireless LAN
It is amazingly inceasing the usage of industry robot such as in automobile assembly lines.Wire-connection networks, ie.industry Ethernet, have been used for such robot control so far. For the recent demand of maintainanse-free and location-free-setup, wireless networks are required for industry robot control, However, the conventional WiFi PCF protocal cannot support industry Ethernet specifications such as low latency, e.g. less than 0.1 msec and error-free communication requirement for human being secure purpose. This talk will present a novel fast and secure wireless LAN system design for industry application. The error-free network protocal and system architecture as well as FPGA prototyping will be given in this talk.

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Keynote #2

Comnetsat 2017 - Mahmod Ismail
Prof Mahamod Ismail

Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Selangor, Malaysia

Biography

Mahamod Ismail (mahamod@ukm.edu.my) joined the Department of Electrical, Electronic and System Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) in 1985. He is a Professor in Communication Engineering and served as the Head of Department from April 2012 until April 2015. He received the B.Sc. degree in Electrical and Electronics from University of Strathclyde, U.K. in 1985, the M.Sc. degree in Communication Engineering and Digital Electronics from University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST), Manchester U.K. in 1987, and the Ph.D. from University of Bradford, U.K. in 1996.  He was with the first Malaysia Microsatellite TiungSat Team Engineers in Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd. U.K. from June 1997 until March 1998. In the summer semester 2003, he served as a Guest Professor in Computer Engineering at the University of Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg Germany funded by the German Academic Exchange Services (DAAD). His research interests include mobile and satellite communication, and wireless networking, particularly on the radio resource management for the next generation wireless communication network. He is a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (SMIEEE), USA and served as Chair of IEEE, Malaysia Section from 2011 to 2012. He also served as Chair and committee member of IEEE Malaysia Joint Communication Society and Vehicular Technology Society (COM-VT) until today and actively involved in organizing conferences among others ICC2016, MICC, APCC, ISTT, and ICONSPACE.

 

Abstract Keynote

Towards 5G System – The Role and Challenges of Satellite Communications

The next generation Fifth Generation (5G) is driven not only to increase network capacity but also to boost the life of battery operated data-hungry devices, like smart phones and tablets. One of the most feasible solutions to cope with this is the evolution from traditional macro-cell deployments to network densification. Small cells are seen as the best match for network densification, as they can be opportunistically deployed in the highly irregular way in hot spots known as Dense Femtocell Networks (DFNs) using new spectrum bands. However, the main challenges of such network is to provide appropriate backhaul network that can maximize coverage while maintaining the required data throughput. Although fiber is the backhaul of preference in high rise building, microwave point-to-point and satellite can be alternative solution to reach sparsely dense rural area. Satellite communication can overcome such challenges by making satellite either as part of 5G component, provide coverage extension in particular for emergency communication or even as 5G backhaul. Although a seamless integration between the satellite and terrestrial network been initiated in the Third Generation (3G) network, the optimization and topology reconfiguration according to the traffic demands not been adopted. The keynote will examine the evolution of satellite terrestrial integration, satellite role in service delivery and coverage extension, effective channel access and sharing scheme, harmonization capabilities through Very Small Aperture Terminals (VSATs), High Altitude Platform (HAP) and High Throughput Satellite (HTS), 5G gateways and backhaul options.

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Keynote #3

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Dr. Eng. Khoirul Anwar, S. T., M. Eng.

Director, Center for Advanced Wireless Technologies
Telkom University
Bandung, Indonesia

Biography

Dr. Anwar received Bachelor degree (cumlaude) from the department of Electrical Engineering (Telecommunications), Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Bandung, Indonesia in 2000. He received Master and Doctor Degrees from Graduate School of Information Science, Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST) in 2005 and 2008, respectively. He received best student paper award from the IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium 2006 (RWS’06), California, USA, Best Paper of Conference of Indonesian Student Association (ISA 2007), Kyoto, Japan in 2007, Best Paper Presenter for the Advanced Technology in International conference on Sustainability for Human Security (SUSTAIN), Kyoto, October 2011, Indonesian Diaspora ”Award for Innovation”, Congress of Indonesian Diaspora, Los Angeles, USA, July 2012, Achmad Bakrie Award 2014, Jakarta, December 2014, Anugerah Governor of Jawa Barat, December 2016.

Dr. Anwar was in University of Melbourne, Australia, 2007 and University of Oulu, Finland, 2010 as a visiting researcher. In September 2008, he was with the School of Information Science, Japan Ad- vanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST) as an assistant professor. Since September 2016 Dr. Anwar is with the school of electrical engineering, Telkom University, Bandung, Indonesia as an associate professor and the director of the Center for Advanced Wireless Technologies (AdWiTech).

Dr. Anwar’s technique is adopted by the international telecommunication union (ITU), ITU-R standard No. ITU-R S.2173 ”Multi-carrier-based transmission techniques” also in ITU-R S.1878 ”Multi-carrier Based Transmission Techniques for Satellite Systems”

 

Abstract Keynote

5G Massive Wireless IoT Connections: Potential Multiple Access Schemes
The fifth telecommunication generation (5G) technologies expected in 2020 are defined by the international telecommunications union (ITU) to have: (a) data rate maximum of 20 Gbps, (b) massive machine-type communications, and (3) latency below 1 milisecond for some applications. This talk considers multiple access scheme for massive machine-type communications, which is expected to serve about 40-50 billion devices connected to the internet, the application of which is, e.g., the internet of things (IoT).

Based on the contention-based access mechanism, IoT technologies are divided into four categories: (i) pure ALOHA, (ii) slotted ALOHA, (iii) non-slotted carrier sense multiple access with collision avoidance (CSMA/CA), and (iv) slotted CSMA/CA. In this talk, we consider new access scheme of IoT that provide better success rate in detection even the condition of the networks is overloaded.

Based on the basic concept of mathematics, especially on probability theory, binomial and exponential distribution (combined with some findings in information theory), we can provide better IoT access technologies in terms of: (a) higher throughput and/or serving higher number of devices or users, (b) lower packet loss rate, (c) optimizable networks (using extrinsic information (EXIT) chart analysis), and the most important finding, i.e., (d) the theoretical IoT limits given multiple user/devices detection capability per time slot. This talk is expected to be beneficial to develop future IoT networks and applications involving 2/3 of the global economy.

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