Prof. Ce Zhu, IEEE and IET Fellow, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
Speech Title: Temporal dependency Based Bit Allocation for Rate Control in HEVC (Click here for abstract)
Biography: Ce ZHU is currently with the School of Information and Communication Engineering, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC), China, as a Changjiang Professor and the founding Director of Lab of Advanced Visual Communication & Computing. He was with the School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, for 14 years from 1998 to 2012, where he was a Research Fellow, a Program Manager, an Assistant Professor and then promoted to an Associate Professor in 2005. He also held visiting positions at Queen Mary, University of London (UK) in 2008, and Nagoya University (Japan) in 2011. Before that, he pursued postdoctoral research at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, in 1995, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, and the University of Melbourne, Australia, from 1996 to 1998. He received the B.S. degree from Sichuan University, Chengdu, China, in 1989, and the M.Eng and Ph.D. degrees from Southeast University, Nanjing, China, in 1992 and 1994, respectively, all in electronic and information engineering.
He is a Co-Chair of the Interest Group of Multimedia Processing for Communications (MPCIG) of Technical Committee on Multimedia Communications (MMTC), IEEE Communications Society, and a Co-Chair of Special Interest Group on Big Multimedia (http://www.computer.org/web/tcmc/sigbigmm) of Technical Committee on Multimedia Computing, IEEE Computer Society. He is an elected member of the Multimedia Signal Processing Technical Committee (MMSP-TC, 2015-2020), IEEE Signal Processing Society, and of the Multimedia Systems and Applications Technical Committee (MSA-TC, 2004-2012, 2015-2019), IEEE Circuits and Systems Society (CASS). He received 2010 Special Service Award from IEEE Broadcast Technology Society (BTS).
He is a Fellow of the IEEE (2017, "for contributions to video coding and communications"), and a Fellow of the IET (2014). He is an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer of CASS (2019-2020) and of BTS (2012- ).
Prof. Min-Ling Zhang, Southeast University, China
Speech Title: Research on Partial Label Learning (Click here for abstract)
Biography: Min-Ling Zhang received the BSc, MSc, and PhD degrees in computer science from Nanjing University, China, in 2001, 2004 and 2007, respectively. Currently, he is a Professor at the School of Computer Science and Engineering, Southeast University, China. His main research interests include machine learning and data mining. In recent years, Dr. Zhang has served as the General Co-Chairs of ACML'18, Program Co-Chairs of PAKDD'19, ACML'17, CCFAI'17, PRICAI'16, Senior PC member or Area Chair of AAAI'19/'18, IJCAI'19/'18, ICDM'18/'17, etc. He is also on the editorial board of ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology, Neural Networks, Science China Information Sciences, Frontiers of Computer Science, etc. Dr. Zhang is the secretary-general of the CAAI (Chinese Association of Artificial Intelligence) Machine Learning Society, standing committee member of the CCF (China Computer Federation) Artificial Intelligence \& Pattern Recognition Society).
Prof. Abderrahim Benslimane, Avignon University, France
Speech Title: Internet of Things: Monitoring and Optimization Challenges for Security Issues (Click here for abstract)
Biography: Abderrahim Benslimane is Professor of Computer-Science at the Avignon University/France since 2001. He has been recently a Technical International Expert at the French Ministry of Foreign and European affairs (2012-2016). He served as a coordinator of the Faculty of Engineering at the French University in Egypt. He obtained the French award of Doctoral supervisions (2017-2021) and he was attributed the French award of Scientific Excellency (2011-2014).
He has been as Associate Professor at the University of Technology of Belfort-Montbéliard since September 1994. He obtained the title to supervise researches (HDR 2000) from the University of Cergy-Pontoise, France. He received the PhD degree (1993), DEA (MS 1989) from the Franche-Comte University of Besançon, and BS (1987) from the University of Nancy, all in Computer Science.
Currently, he is Chair of the ComSoc TC of Communication and Information Security. He is EiC of Inderscience Int. J. of Multimedia Intelligence and Security (IJMIS), Area Editor of IEEE IoT Journal, Area Editor of Wiley Security and Privacy journal and editorial member of IEEE Wireless Communication Magazine and Elsevier Ad Hoc. He is founder and serves as General-Chair of the IEEE WiMob since 2005 and of iCOST and MoWNet international conference since 2011. He served as a Symposium co-chair/leader in many IEEE international conferences such as ICC, Globecom, AINA and VTC. He was Guest Editor of many special issues. He participates to the steering and the program committee of many IEEE international conferences. He was Board committee member, Vice-chair of Student activities of IEEE France section/Region 8, he was Publication Vice-chair, Conference Vice-Chair and he is now Chair of the ComSoc TC of Communication and Information Security. He participates to the steering and the program committee of many IEEE international conferences.
His research interests are in development of communication protocols with the use of graph theory for mobile and wireless networks. Currently, he is working on the conception and performance evaluation of protocols for security in Internet of Things. Also, he works on multicast routing, inter-vehicular communications, Quality of service, energy conservation, localization, intrusion detection and MAC layer performance evaluation. He was awarded several best papers awards.More info about his activities and all his publications can be found in http://abderrahimbenslimane.org/
Prof. Wanyang Dai, Nanjing University, China
Speech Title: Quantum Blockchain: A Security Union and Communication Protocol for Quantum Computer Based Internet (Click here for abstract)
Biography: Wanyang Dai is a Distinguished Professor in Nanjing University and Chief Scientist of DepthsData Digital Economy Research Institute, President & CEO of U.S. (Blockchain & Quantum-Computing) SIR Forum, a Special Guest Expert in Jiangsu FinTech Research Center, President of Jiangsu Probability & Statistics Society, Chairman of Jiangsu BigData-Blockchain and Smart Information Special Committee, and Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Advances in Applied Mathematics, where his research includes stochastic processes related optimization and Pareto optimal control/game, admission/scheduling/routing protocols and performance analysis/optimization for BigData-Blockchain oriented quantum-cloud computing and wireless/wireline communication systems, forward/backward stochastic (ordinary/partial) differential equations and their applications to queueing systems, Internet of Things, energy and power engineering. His “influential" papers are published in ”big name" journals, e.g., Operations Research, Communications in Mathematical Sciences, Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, Queueing Systems, Mathematical and Computer Modeling of Dynamical Systems. His researches were awarded as outstanding papers by academic societies, e.g., IEEE Top Conference Series. He received his Ph.D degree from Georgia Institute of Technology, U.S.A., in 1996. He was an MTS (permanent) in End-to-End Network Architecture Department of AT&T Bell Labs (now called Nokia Bell Labs) in U.S.A. from 1996-1999, where he was principal investigators and developers of several projects in telecommunication network architecture and design, network performance and financial engineering, operating system and database development to support various intelligent engines/models for strategy planning and BigData analytics in a “Plug-in and Play" manner, with some (nowadays called cloud computing) project won ”Technology Transfer". He is also editors of over 20 international journals ranging from pure mathematics to its applications (e.g., Wireless Engineering and Technology, Artificial Intelligence), General Chairs and plenary/keynote speakers of over 30 IEEE and international conferences.
Prof. Shuangbao Wang, Morgan State University, USA
Speech Title: Optimize Quantum Circuits for Fast Cryptanalyzing Pre and Post Quantum Cryptographies (Click here for abstract)
Biography: Dr. Paul Wang is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Computer Science at Morgan State University. He was a TSYS Endowed Chair in Cybersecurity at Columbus State University and the Director of Center for Security Studies at University of Maryland, University College. Paul was previously Chief Information and Technology Officer (CIO/CTO) of the National Biomedical Research Foundation (NBRF). He has held professorships at many universities including University of Maryland, George Washington University, George Mason University, Columbus State University, Morgan State University, and two other universities. Paul was directly involved in drafting of the National Initiatives of Cybersecurity Education (NICE) framework and is currently a member of the NICE committee. His research areas are secure architecture, IoT/CPS, cryptography, quantum cryptology, and video indexing.
Paul has extensive knowledge and experiences both in theory and practice. He has been speakers to major national cybersecurity conferences. Dr. Wang has been constantly leading the effort in conducting cutting edge research and establishing cybersecurity programs to train military personnel and veterans in the nation and around the world, a $250 million award from U.S. Department of Defense, and Director of the biggest cybersecurity education program in the nation with more than 3,000 graduate cyber students.
In addition to books, refereed publications, conference speakers and numeral grant activities including recent grants from National Security Agency, Paul has four patents; three of them have been licensed to the industry. Dr. Wang became a doctoral candidate at Tsinghua University in 1999 and completed his doctoral dissertation under the guidance of Dr. Robert Ledley, the inventor of the body CT scanner at Georgetown University and received his Ph.D. degree at George Mason University in 2004.