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Next-generation Information System Harmonizing and Sublating
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   报告人:Norio Shiratori
                  IEEE Life Fellow , Professor Emeritus, Tohoku University, Japan  
                  Professor, Chuo University, Japan
报告时间:2017年10月14日(周六)下午14:00
报告地点:北校区新科技楼 1012报告厅
摘要  t: In this talk, we discuss the relationships between human life and nature via ICT(Information Communication Technology). We first introduce our original concept of the symbiotic computing, proposed in the early 1990s aiming at a creation of the symbiosis between human life and nature towards a sustainable information society. We tried to accomplish an effective implementation of ICT and its applications to services of city office to its citizens.  Our experiments successfully demonstrated that achieving the two objectives, 1) improving the QoL(Quality of Life) of the residents and 2) reducing environmental burdens by reducing car travels of citizens to their city office. We have investigated a new network management system without any smart taps, expensive measuring devices, and successfully developed a fundamental technology to cut wasted electric power consumption. in order to create a sustainable information society, we proposed the concept of Never Die Networks in 2003, and investigated disaster-resilient communication systems.

报告人简历
 
Dr. Norio SHIRATORI received the B.E degree from Tokai University, Japan in 1972, and the M.E and Ph.D. degree in engineering from Tohoku University, Japan in 1974 and 1977, respectively. Currently, he is Professor of Chuo University, Japan (Apr. 2014-Present), Visiting Professor of the GITI (Graduate Information and Telecommunication Institute), Waseda University (2015-present). Dr. Shiratori is fellows of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers), the JFES (The Japan Foundation of Engineering Societies), the IPSJ (Information Processing Society of Japan), and the IEICE (The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers). He is the former President of the IPSJ (2009-2011), Chair of the IEEE Sendai Section (2010-2011) and Vice Chair of the IEEE Japan Council (2013-2014). He also served as a Japanese delegate of the IFIP (International Federation for Information Processing, 2004-2005) and a member of the Science Council of Japan (Aug. 2006- Sept. 2011).
Dr. Shiratori is a recipient of numerous awards for his longtime contributions and dedications to researches. In international conferences, he received the 1) “Best Paper Award of IEEE ICOIN-9” (1994), 2) “Best Paper Award of IEEE 5th SCE01(World Multi-conference on Systemic, Cybernetics and Informatics)” (2001), 3) “Outstanding Paper Award of UIC-07” (2007), 4) “Best Paper Award, IEEE ICPADS 2000” (7th International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems), and many others.