【演講取消】[論文研討-演講公告] 03/29(三) Cyber Physical Artwork Design Using IoTtalk, 林一平教授兼台聯大系統副校長
最後更新時間: 2017-03-29 09:07:04
時 間：106年3月29日星期三 15:30-17:20
地 點：工程四館 117教室
講 題：Cyber Physical Artwork Design Using IoTtalk
Yi-Bing Lin received his Bachelor’s degree from National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, in 1983, and his Ph.D. from the University of Washington, USA, in 1990. From 1990 to 1995 he was a Research Scientist with Bellcore (Telcordia). He then joined the National Chiao Tung University (NCTU) in Taiwan, where he remains. In 2011, Lin became the Vice President of NCTU. Since 2014, Lin has been appointed as the Deputy Minister of Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan. After 2016, he become a lifetime Chair Professor of NCTU.
Lin is also an Adjunct Research Fellow, Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Research Center for Information Technology Innovation, Academia Sinica, and a member of board of directors, Chunghwa Telecom. He serves on the editorial boards of IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Technology. He is General or Program Chair for prestigious conferences including ACM MobiCom 2002. He is Guest Editor for several journals including IEEE Transactions on Computers. Lin is the author of the books Wireless and Mobile Network Architecture (Wiley, 2001), Wireless and Mobile All-IP Networks (John Wiley,2005), and Charging for Mobile All-IP Telecommunications (Wiley, 2008). Lin received numerous research awards including 2005 NSC Distinguished Researcher, 2006 Academic Award of Ministry of Education and 2008 Award for Outstanding contributions in Science and Technology, Executive Yuen, 2011 National Chair Award, and TWAS Prize in Engineering Sciences, 2011 (The World Academy of Sciences). He is in the advisory boards or the review boards of various government organizations including Ministry of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Education, and Ministry of Transportation and Communications. Lin is AAAS Fellow, ACM Fellow, IEEE Fellow, and IET Fellow.
Internet of Things (IoT) refers to connecting devices to each other through the Internet. Most IoT systems manage physical devices (such as Apple watches and Google glasse). In this talk we propose the concept of cyber IoT devices that are computer animation. An example is “Dandelion Mirror” that is cyber physical integration merging the virtual and physical worlds. In other words, it is a cyber-physical system (CPS) integrating computation, networking and physical process. We use IoTtalk, an IoT device management platform to develop cyber physical IoT applications. IoTtalk connects input devices (such as heart beat rate sensor) to flexibly interact with the cyber devices. We show how IoTtalk can easily accommodate cyber IoT devices such as a ball motion in animation, and how one can use a mobile phone (physical device) to control a flower growing in animation (cyber debice) and a physical pendulum guide the swing of a cyber pendulum.