2023 8th International Conference on Intelligent Information Technology (ICIIT 2023) aims to gather professors, researchers, scholars and industrial pioneers all over the world. ICIIT is the premier forum for the presentation and exchange of past experiences and new advances and research results in the field of theoretical and industrial experience. The conference welcomes contributions which promote the exchange of ideas and rational discourse between educators and researchers all over the world. We aim to building an idea-trading platform for the purpose of encouraging researcher participating in this event. ICIIT 2023 is welcome qualified persons to delivery a speech in the related fields. If you are interested, please send a brief CV with photo to the conference email box: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keynote Speaker I
Distinguished Prof. Mohamed-Slim Alouini, IEEE and OSA Fellow
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia
Mohamed-Slim Alouini was born in Tunis, Tunisia. He received the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in 1998. He served as a faculty member at the University of Minnesota then in the Texas A&M University at Qatar before joining in 2009 the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) where he is now a Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Prof. Alouini is a Fellow of the IEEE and OPTICA (Formerly the Optical Society of America (OSA)). He is currently particularly interested in addressing the technical challenges associated with the uneven distribution, access to, and use of information and communication technologies in rural, low-income, disaster, and/or hard-to-reach areas.
Speech Title: "What Should 6G Be?"
Abstract: The role of Internet and Communication Technology (ICT) in bringing about a revolution in almost all aspects of human life needs no introduction. It is indeed a well-known fact that the transmission of the information at a rapid pace has transformed all spheres of human life such as economy, education, and health to name a few. In this context, and as the standardization of the fifth generation (5G) of wireless communication systems (WCSs) has been completed, and 5G networks are in their early stage of deployment, the research visioning and planning of the sixth generation (6G) of WCSs are being initiated. 6G is expected to be the next focus in wireless communication and networking and aim to provide new superior communication services to meet the future hyper-connectivity demands in the 2030s. In addition, keeping in mind that urbanized populations have been the major beneficiary of the advances offered by the previous generations of WCSs and motivated by the recently adopted united nation sustainability development goals intended to be achieved by the year 2030, 6G networks are anticipated to democratize the benefits of ICT and to bring global connectivity in a sustainable fashion in order to contribute to developing tomorrow’s digitally inclusive and green world. In this context, this talk aims to (i) provide an envisioned picture of 6G, (ii) serve as a research guideline in the beyond 5G era, and (iii) go over some of the recently proposed green technologies to offer high-speed connectivity not only in urban environments but also in under-covered areas in order to serve and contribute to the development of far-flung regions.
Keynote Speaker II
Prof. Kiyoshi Hoshino
University of Tsukuba, Japan
Prof. Kiyoshi Hoshino received two doctor's degrees; one in Medical Science in 1993, and the other in Engineering in 1996, from the University of Tokyo respectively. From 1993 to 1995, he was an assistant professor at Tokyo Medical and Dental University School of Medicine. From 1995 to 2002, he was an associate professor at University of the Ryukyus. From 2002, he was an associate professor at the Biological Cybernetics Lab of University of Tsukuba. He is now a professor. From 1998 to 2001, he was jointly appointed as a senior researcher of the PRESTO "Information and Human Activity" project of the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST). From 2002 to 2005, he was a project leader of a SORST project of JST. He served as a member of the “cultivation of human resources in the information science field” WG, Special Coordination Funds for the Promotion of Science and Technology, MEXT, a member of “Committee for Comport 3D Fundamental Technology Promotion”, JEITA, the General Conference Chair of the 43rd Annual Meeting of Japanese Society of Biofeedback Research, and a councilor and director of the Ibaraki Sports Association. He received IJCAI-09 AI Video Award, iFAN 2010 Best Paper Award, Laval Virtual Awards in 2009, 2013 and 2014, ISER 2015 Best Paper Award, and several domestic and international awards.
Speech Title: "Highly Accurate Estimation System of Eye Rotation and Gaze Regardless of the Position of a Small Camera to an Eyeball"
Abstract: When people are freed from driving by automatic driving and have more opportunities to operate mobile terminals, watch TV programs, play games, etc. while driving, "automatic motion sickness" is expected to occur frequently. The cause is assumed to be the discrepancy among acceleration input to the human vestibular system, somatosensory perception of the head and torso, and visual information from eye movements. However, there have been no studies that have examined the relationship among these three factors in detail. In this speech, the author introduces a new method to measure "eye rotation" and "eye gaze," which are indicators of motion sickness and car sickness, with little sensation of wear. The method uses a small camera placed almost next to the eyeball to track the image of blood vessels in the white of the eye. Furthermore, by creating optimal calibration gazing point determination rules corresponding to the camera position, a highly accurate 3D eye movement measurement system can be realized regardless of the direction in which the small camera faces the eyeball.