讲座名称：Aero, Terra, Human: Next Generation Disaster Response Platform
讲座地点：Zoom会议直播（会议ID：770 124 3471密码：507338）
董冕雄，现任日本国立室兰工业大学副校长、教授、博导。科睿唯安（Clarivate Analytics）全球高被引学者。于日本公立会津大学分别获计算机理工学学士、硕士、博士学位。主持日本学术振兴会（JSPS）、KDDI财团等科研项目十余项。曾获得多项国际性奖励与荣誉，其中包括2018年度日本文部科学省NISTEP奖（不区分学科领域，同年全日本仅11人, 该奖包括2位诺贝尔奖获得者）、2019年度北海道科学技术奖。目前担任10多个国际顶级学术期刊的编委。同时，他还是超过100个国际顶级学术会议的组委会主要成员、TPC成员，包括CCF A类会议如IJCAI，AAAI等。目前主要从事云/边缘计算、5G物联网、大数据科学及人工智能等方面的研究。共计发表学术论文290余篇，其中50%发表在JSAC、TIFS、TPDS等IEEE/ACM顶尖国际期刊和INFOCOM等IEEE顶级会议上。近5年，入选ESI热点论文（前0.1%）5篇，ESI高被引论文（前1%）18篇。
"How to face the threat of natural disasters" is always an important research topic. Currently, the mainstream research of disaster management is how to accurately and promptly forecast and notify such as earthquake early warning, but since complete disaster prevention is impossible, we still have to focus on the rapid response after disasters. In addition, to gain insight into the real-time situation of the affected area, we need the two-way communication between affected area and outside world. However, once the network infrastructure suffers from disasters, connections can be interrupted and support cannot reach affected area. Moreover, it is difficult to reconstruct the communication line from scratch. In order to achieve a set of post-disaster two-way communication solutions not relying on traditional network infrastructure, we design a next generation disaster response platform. There are mainly three problems to solve in this platform. First, the connections among users near to each other. Second, the connections between users and access points (APs). Third, the connections between APs and access network to outside world. To figure out first problem, we are going to make use of Device-to-Device (D2D) emergency communication in gathering users within the range of 100+m. Then for the second one, we take advantage of the high mobility of UAVs in fast building the emergency network with the range of 1000+m. For the third one, to realize the connection to outside world, we apply lower power wide area network (LPWAN) to expand the range to 10000+m.