The 2015 Smart World Congress Keynotes

August 10-14, Beijing, China

Congress Keynote
Forum Speaker:
Professor Bin Guo

Northwestern Polytechnical Univ., China


With the development of Internet of Things and mobile social networking techniques, Mobile Crowd Sensing and Computing (MCSC), which leverages cross-space, heterogeneous crowdsourced data for large-scale sensing and computing, has become a promising research area. Layered on top of the participatory sensing vision, MCSC has two characterizing features: (1) it leverages both sensed data from mobile devices and user-contributed data from mobile social networking services; and (2) it presents the fusion of machine and human intelligence in both sensing and computing process. In this talk, we will present the unique features, key challenges, and research opportunities of MCSC. Our research efforts to MCSC will also be presented.


Dr. Bin Guo is a professor from Northwestern Polytechnical University, China. He received his Ph.D. degree in computer science from Keio University, Japan in 2009 and then was a post-doc researcher at Institut TELECOM SudParis in France during 2009-2011. His research interests include ubiquitous computing, mobile crowd sensing, and HCI. Dr. Guo is the associate editor of IEEE Communications Magazine, IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems, and IEEE IT Professional. He is also a guest editor of ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology and the general co-chair of IEEE UIC’15. Dr. Guo has published over 90 papers in refereed journals, conference proceedings, and book chapters, including IEEE TMC, ACM Computing Surveys, IEEE Pervasive Computing, IEEE Communications Magazine, ACM TKDD, IEEE THMS, ACM UbiComp, and so on. He has won the Best Paper Award of IEEE CPSCom’13 and GPC’12. He is a senior member of IEEE and CCF.

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