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Time - Thursday, August 23, 2018, 2:30 pm
Location - 302 HRBB

Smart Living: The Next Frontier

Sajal Das
Missouri University of Science and Technology

Abstract

We live in an era in which our physical and personal spaces are becoming

increasingly intertwined and smarter due to sensing, communications,

computing, and actuation technologies. Our daily life in smart spaces depend

on a wide variety of cyber-physical infrastructures, such as smart energy,

transportation, healthcare, and so on. Alongside, IoTs and smartphones are

empowering humans with fine-grained information and opinion collection

through crowdsensing about events of interest, resulting in actionable

inferences and decisions. This synergy led to cyber-physical-social (CPS)

convergence with human in the loop with a goal to improve quality of life and

experience in what we call smart living. However, the main challenges are

posed by the scale, heterogeneity, big data, and resource limitation in context

recognition and situation awareness in interdependent CPS networks. This

talk will highlight unique research challenges in smart living, followed by a

summary of novel frameworks and models for energy-efficient data gathering,

fusion, coverage and connectivity, security, trustworthiness, and information

quality in multi-modal context recognition. Case studies and experimental

results from smart grid and smart healthcare applications will be presented.

The talk will be concluded with directions for future research.

Biography

Dr. Sajal Das is a Professor of Computer Science and Daniel St. Clair Endowed Chair at Missouri S & T, Rolla, where he was CS department Chair during 2013-2017. Prior to that, he was a University Distinguished Scholar Professor of CSE and founding director of CReWMaN at UT Arlington. During 2008-2011, he was a NSF program director in CISE/CNS Division. His broad research interests include wireless sensor networks, mobile and pervasive computing, CPS and IoTs, crowdsensing, data analytics, cloud computing, cyber-physical security and trustworthiness, and social networks. Dr. Das has published over 700 papers in journals and conferences, and 51 book chapters. A holder of 5 US patents, he directed numerous funded projects and coauthored four books – Smart Environments: Technology, Protocols, and Applications (2005), Handbook on Securing Cyber - Physical Critical Infrastructure: Foundations and Challenges (2012), Mobile Agents in Distributed Computing and Networking; and Principles of Cyber-Physical Systems: An Interdisciplinary Approach (2018). His h-index is 82 with 27,000+ citations. He is the founding Editor-in-Chief of Pervasive and Mobile Computing journal and serves as Associate Editor of JPDC, IEEE TMC and ACM TOSN. He is a recipient of 10 Best Paper Awards and numerous awards for teaching, mentoring and research including IEEE Computer Society’s

Technical Achievement award for pioneering contributions to sensor networks and mobile computing. Dr. Das graduated 41 PhD and 32 MS thesis students He is an IEEE Fellow and his academic genealogy includes Thomas Alva Edison.


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