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ICACT2015 Special Slogan: Named Data Networking - A Future Internet Architecture
ICACT2015 Statistics
TPC selected 160 papers among 537 submissions, thus the acceptance rate is 29%. In which there are 114 oral session papers and 46 poster session papers. The 114 oral session papers presented by the 72 foreign and 46 domestic 1st authors from the 21 participant countries.
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ICACT2015 Program Session Overview
Plenary Session
Title : Pyeongchang ICT Olympics 2018 - Keynote Speech
Time : July 1 (Wed) 2015
Speaker : Director General, Oh Sang-jin, PyeongChang Organizing Committee for the 2018 Olympics
Oh Sang-jin works as Director General of Technology Bureau, PyeongChang Organizing Committee for the 2018 Olympics & Paralympic Winter Games(POCOG). Recently he joined POCOG to prepare ICT S/W, H/W and infrastructure for 2018 winter Olympic Games in Pyeong-Chang in Korea. He has usually worked as a public employee in Korean government for ICT promotion role since 1993. He has built his career and experience in Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning, the President’s Office, Korea Communications Commission and Ministry of Information and Communications. He studied electrical engineering in Hanyang University in Seoul (89 ~ ’93), and received MBA from University of Oregon, USA (’03 ~’05).

Abstract : The PyeongChang Olympic Games will be the opportunity and challenge for Korea to boast a sustainable regional development in various sectors such as culture, tourism and transportation, and successfully host the event on the back of the state-of-the-art ICT. The games are opportunities to promote Korea’s outstanding ICT and related services to countries overseas, and to make the event the world’s best ICT Olympics. Korean government and POCOG will draw up detailed plans which will include 5G network service, Ultra HD and IoT services. The ICT sector has been playing a crucial role in recent Olympic Games, compared with the past when technology only focused on measuring ... More

Title : Realizing Diversified Services over Convergent Software-Defined Infrastructure - Keynote Speech
Time : July 1 (Wed) 2015
Speaker : Prof. JongWon Kim, PhD. – GIST (Gwangju Institute of Science & Technology, Gwangju, Korea
Dr. JongWon Kim received the B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Seoul National University (Seoul, Korea), in 1987, 1989 and 1994, respectively, all in Control and Instrumentation Engineering. In 1994-2001, he was a faculty member of KongJu National University (KongJu, Korea) and University of Southern California (Los Angeles, USA). From Sept. 2001, he joined Gwangju Institute of Science & Technology (Gwangju, Korea), where he is leading Networked Computing Systems Lab. (renamed from Networked Media Lab.) under the slogan of “Dynamic & resource-aware composition of media-centric services employing programmable/virtualized resources.” Since April 2008, he is also serving as the director of GIST SCENT (Super Computing CENTer). His recent research interests cover topics such as Software-Defined Networking/Cloud Computing for Future Internet and smart services with hyper-convergent SmartX Boxes. Around these topics, he has co-authored more than 300 technical publications in journals and conferences. Finally, he has/had been involved with several global R&E activities, including the HDTV WG chair of APAN (Asia-Pacific Advance Network), the WS chair of APAN-NRW (Network Research Workshop), the testbed WG Chair of FIF (Future Internet Forum in Korea), and the steering group member of AsiaFI.

Abstract : In this talk, we will review the exploding paradigm shift toward Software-Defined Infrastructure that leverages the harmonized orchestration of SDN (Software-Defined Networking), NFV (Network Functions Virtualization), and Cloud Computing technologies. The resulting Software-Defined Infrastructure tied with FastData real-time analytics capability can complete the emerging foundation for Industrial Internet of Things (I2oT). Thus, the agile and economic realizations of diversified services could be enabled over fully-automated Software-Defined Infrastructure. Next, we will introduce the virtualized playground (i.e., testbed) concept, where the DevOps (Developers and Oper ... More

Tutorial Session
Title : Future Internet Model for Smart Environment: Perspective, Challenges and Possible Solutions
Time : 16:40~18:00 July 2 (Thu) 2015
Speaker : Dhananjay Singh, PhD, SMIEEE
Dr. Dhananjay Singh (SM), received his Master’s (M. Tech. in IT) degree with spec. in Wireless Communication and Computing from Indian Institute of Information Technology Allahabad (IIIT-A), India in 2006 and Ph.D. degree in the Dept. of Ubiquitous IT from Dongseo University (DSU), Busan, South Korea in Feb. 2010. He has worked as a Senior member of Research Engineer with Future Internet Architecture (FIA) and Developing Future Internet Network Model (DEFINE) team at National Institute for Mathematical Sciences (NIMS) and Electronics and Telecommunication Research Institute (ETRI) Daejeon, South Korea from March 2010 - May 2012. After that, he joined as an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Electronics Engineering at Hankuk (Korea) University of Foreign Studies (HUFS), Seoul, South Korea. He has published 75+ refereed scientific papers, delivered 30+ invited talks and TPC members 100+ scientific conferences and Journals in his 10 years research carrier. He has achieved 5 time’s best paper award from IEEE conferences and 2 times fellowship award from APAN meetings in Singapore and Manila. Currently, he is a senior member of IEEE, member of International Advisory Panel in IoT Asia 2015 and Chair of the Global Division of IT and SENSE research lab at HUFS, South Korea. His research interests focus on the design, analysis and implementation of algorithms and protocols for large-scale data set to solve real-world problems which includes WSN, IoT, WMN, 6lowpan, e-Healthcare system, signal and system, future internet architecture & services etc.

Abstract : The growth on the IoT technologies and their services are leveraging new possibilities of networking architectures. Therefore, several researchers have initiated research in networking architectures that aims to the deployment of Future Internet Architecture for processing, storing and information exchanging. The main reason for the issues is the linkage and heavy use of TCP/IP stack protocols. The current research is being directed towards formulating relationships between Future Internet and distributed systems. The idea of the FIA is motivated by recent advances in mobile computing and communication technologies which now make it feasible to desi ... More

Topics ( as follows, but not limited to )
1. Mobile Communication
2. Wireless Communication
3. Optical Network
4. Future Internet, Content Centric Network, Software Defined Network, Router
5. Ubiquitous & Sensor Network
6. Information & Network Security
7. Authentication, Biometric Security
8. Cloud and Distributed Application Security
9. Protect Private Information
10. Computer & Network Forensics
11. Software Platform, Smart Service, AR/VR , UI
12. Web Service, Social Network
13. WWW, OpenFlow, Future Web, M2M, IoT, IoE
14. Big Data, Game, Multimedia, Search Engine
15. BPM,ERP, CRM, SCM, ASP, WorkFlow
16. e-Governance, e-Government, e-Commerce, e-Learning, e-Health
17. Systems & Software Engineering
18. Network Management, Operation and Maintenance
19. Distributed & Cloud Computing
20. NGN, BCN, NGI, Future Network
21. ITS, LBS, Telematics, Network Robotics
22. IPTV, Internet Telephony, VoIP, MoIP
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