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Toward realizing safe IoT cyber space

The first workshop on NSF-JST SICORP Smart & Connected Communities Project

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◇◇ Day 1 (Tuesday, Feb. 25th)   

Location : Inamori Center Hall , Kyushu Univ.

Pre-Meeting  Session 

< Telecon session : 9:00-9:30 > 

9:00-10:00 Discussion (Expectations for Workshop, Update from each Research Team, etc.) Inamori Center Hall A

International Workshop  for Super-Aging Society and IT

“How can IoT meet older Adult’s needs?” (Open to the Public)

< Session 1 > 10:00 – 12:00

Current Issues and On-going Activities of Super-Aging Society (Moderator: Tezuka)

10:00-10:05 Welcome (Steiner)

Inamori Center Hall  C

10:05-10:20 Introduction, SCC-PG Update (Okamura)
10:20-10:40 Presentation 1: Current issues, barrier, and activities by Itoshima-City (Minami)
10:40-11:00 Presentation 2: “Mini-review of Frailty Research” (Kumagai)
11:00-12:00 Discussion (Leader:Bradley)

< Lunch Meeting >

< Session 2 > 13:00 – 14:50

Super-Aging Society, Gerontology, Social Study Perspective (Moderator: Nishikitani)

13:00-13:30 Presentation 3:What Does It Mean to Provide Culturally Competent Technology? Insights from Two Countries Immersed in Super Aging (Bradley Inamori Center Hall C
13:30-14:00 Presentation 4: How can we live in our second round (60-100 years old) ? (Nakashima)
14:00-14:50 Discussion (Leader: Pavel)

< Break >

< Session 3 > 15:00 – 17:30

IT for Super-Aging Society Perspective (Moderator: Okamura)

15:00-15:15 Presentation 5: Security and Learning Analytics (Kondo) Inamori Center Hall C
15:15-15:30 Presentation 6: Integrating Multimodal Learning Analytics and Inclusive Learning Support Systems for Older Adults (Tamura & Lu)
15:30-15:45 Presentation 7: Hardware-based malware detection for IoT microprocessors (Tanimoto)
15:45-16:05 Presentation 8: Enhancing Security in Smart Homes for Elderly Care (Joshi)
16:05-16:25 Presentation 9: Context Recognition, Understanding and Exploitation (Okamura)
16:25-17:25 Discussion (Leader: Padir)
17:25-17:30 Closing (Luzzi)

 

< Dinner > @ Ten Ten  18:00-19:30

 


◇◆◇ Day 2 (Wednesday, Feb. 26th)   

Location : Sem. Room, Res. Facilities for Co-Evolutional Social Systems 3F, KU

Research Strategy Meeting 1 (Closed to the Public)

< Telecon Update > 8:30 – 9:00

8:30-9:00 daily updates Seminar Room

< Discussion Session >  9:00 – 12:00

 Reflection on Day 1 Sessions (Leader: SteinerOkamura) 

9:00-12:00

Presentations by each Research Team (15-20 min. each)

Objectives:
–  Identify critical, challenging, and approachable/attainable issues
–  Set the goal (vision, outcome)
–  Plan the overall approach
–  Assign group tasks

Seminar Room

< Lunch Meeting > 

Facility Tour

< Tour of selected Laboratories at Kyushu University(TBA) > 13:30 – 15:00

(B-Sen Lab, and “Fureai” Lab)

Group Session

< Follow-up to Morning Session – Writing Proposal Outlines > 15:00 – 17:00

15:00-17:00

R1 : Comparative Study of U.S/Japan Cultural Context
R2 : Natural Human-Smart IoT Interaction Design
R3 : Security and Privacy of Smart IoT for Super-Aging
R4 : Context Recognition, Understanding and Exploitation

Objectives:
–  Identify specific objectives
–  Frame the research plan
–  Organize collaborative research formation
–  Set implementation goal

Seminar Room
&
Group Meeting Room 1, 2, 3

Whole Session

< Whole Session >  (Leader: Luzzi)

17:00-17:30 Group Discussion Summary from R1-R4 (10 min. each) Seminar Room
17:30-18:15 Day 2 Wrap-up

< Dinner > @ ITORIITO  18:30-20:00

 


◇◇◆ Day 3 (Thursday, Feb. 27th)

Location : Kyushu University COI Seminar room

Research Strategy Meeting 2 (Closed to the Public)

< Telecon Update > 8:30 – 9:00

8:30-9:00 daily updates Seminar Room

< Continuation of Discussion > 

9:00-10:00 Updates from each Research Team (15 Minutes each) (Leader: Steiner & Okamura)

Seminar Room 
&
Room 1, 2, 3

10:00-12:00 Research Team Group Sessions

< Lunch Meeting > 

< Final Reporting out   + Telecon session : 14:00-16:00 >

14:00-16:00

Final Reporting out of by each Research Team (30 minutes each) 

Seminar Room
16:00-          Workshop Adjourns

Meeting Location Map

Co-sponsors

Cooperation

 SICORP ICT/IN


 

This workshop is one of campaign side-events of INCS-CoE.

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