Dr. Dmitry G. Korzun, Adjunct ProfessorLeading Research Scientist, Department of Computer Science, Petrozavodsk State University (PetrSU), Russia; head of Data Mining Lab at PetrSU
Speech Title: Smart Assistance Services based on Multisource Sensing and Data Mining in Tactile Internet
Abstract: Many digital devices (mobile or embedded) appear near people due to the Internet of Things (IoT). Such devices are sensors that enable cooperative service construction on the sensed data. A service acts as a smart assistant in the given IoT environment. Information on participants and processes become “tactual” online (close to real-time), leading to the Tactile Internet Paradigm. Tactile Internet is the next evolution of the IoT, encompassing human-to-machine and machine-to-machine interaction in services. A smart service is characterized by such intelligence properties as context-awareness, ubiquitous access, adaptation, personalization, pro-active delivery, information ranking, and others. Service intelligence can be created based on the Ambient Intelligence (AmI), where data mining methods play the key role in information fusing and knowledge extraction from the sensed multisource data. IoT environment provides multisource data and sensing possibilities. Data sources are people, information systems, Internet services, smart IoT objects, and embedded and mobile sensors. The data are fused and analyzed to derive the proper information to assist the user. The analysis is in the form of smart information services that make analytics over the sensed data primarily at the Internet edges. In this talk, we review the following open problems of construction smart assistance services based on multisource sensing and data mining in Tactile Internet.
• Services provide analytics in real-time using edge IoT devices.
• Applying AI methods to robotic movement analysis with very fast response.
• Assistance services based on event recognition in video data.
• Programming smart services for IoT environments as an information system of agents.
Biography: Dmitry Korzun received his B.Sc. (1997) and M.Sc. (1999) degrees in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science from the Petrozavodsk State University (PetrSU, Russia). He received a Ph.D. degree in Physics and Mathematics from the St.-Petersburg State University (Russia) in 2002. His educational activity started in 1997 at the Faculty of Mathematics of PetrSU (now Institute of Mathematics and Information Technology). He is an Adjunct Professor at Department of Computer Science of PetrSU (since 2003 and ongoing). He was a Visiting Research Scientist at the Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT, Aalto University, Finland (2005-2014). In 2014-2016 he performed the duties of Vice-dean for Research at Faculty of Mathematics and Information Technology of PetrSU. Since 2014 he has acted as Leading Research Scientist at PetrSU, originating research and development activity within fundamental and applied research projects on emerging topics in ubiquitous computing, Internet technology, and Ambient Intelligence. Since 2019 he has been head of Data Mining Lab at PetrSU. Dmitry Korzun serves on technical program committees and editorial boards of 100+ of international conferences and journals. He is an author and co-author of 200+ research and educational publications. He has published several monographs in Springer and IGI Global. He is also Guest Editor of special issues in many international journals.
Research Interests: distributed systems, mathematical modeling, cyber-physical systems, Internet of Things, software engineering, artificial intelligence, big data, data mining.