IEEE Seoul Section Sensors Council Chapter
International Workshop 2021 (Virtual,Free)


Theme: Recent Advances of Sensors, Artificial Intelligence and Internet-of-Things Technology

The proliferation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet-of-Things (IoT) opens up the possibility of integrating intelligence into various sensors. This creates many smart and efficient applications in various areas such as healthcare, biometrics, self-drive car, human activity recognition, transportation, robots in manufacturing, and risk management to name a few. Since the IoT sensor nodes are constrained in computational and storage resources, it is challenging to port an AI model into such resource-constrained devices. Moreover, the uncertainty issues arise from the sensor measurement in these systems are very important to ensure successful IoT applications. In this workshop, we will review the recent advancements and development of wearables and medical devices. Open set presentation attack, a recent trend in biometric, will be presented, followed by a discussion on the representative techniques to enable deep learning acceleration on constrained platforms. The uncertainty issues introduced by machine learning will be discussed, and the techniques to quantify it will be presented.

Date: 16 and 17 December 2021, 09:00 am -11:00 am, Korea Standard Time (KST) (For time zone conversion, click here.)
Venue: Virtual event

Program Committee Chair:
Prof. Seong Oun Hwang (Gachon University, Korea)

Program Committee:
Prof. Hyung Jin Chang (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Prof. Cheon-won Choi (Dankook University, Korea)
Prof. Markus Westner (OTH Regensburg, Germany)
Prof. Martin Schubert (OTH Regensburg, Germany)
Prof. Ramachandra Achar (Carleton University, Canada)
Prof. Bok-Min Goi (UTAR, Malaysia)
Prof. Haider Abbas (NUST, Pakistan)
Prof. Chin-Chen Chang (Feng Chia University, Taiwan)
Prof. Jin-Min Lin (Feng Chia University, Taiwan)
Dr. Ayesha Khalid (Queen's University Belfast, UK)
Dr. Boon-Yaik Ooi (UTAR, Malaysia)
Dr. Wai Kong Lee (Gachon University, Korea)

IEEE Seoul Section Sensors Council Chapter, Korea
Institute of Electronics and Information Engineers, Korea
Gachon University BK21 FAST Artificial Intelligence Convergence Center, Korea

IEEE Sensors Council