Professor Youn-Hee Han received his B.S. degree in Mathematics from Korea University, Seoul, Korea in 1996, and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from the same university in 1998 and 2002, respectively. From March 4, 2002 to February 28, 2006, he was a senior researcher in the Next Generation Network Group of Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology. He possesses 1 year experience as a project manager of 'IEEE802&IPv6 Handover Optimization' Research at Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology. Since March 2, 2006, he has been a professor in School of Computer Science and Engineering at Korea University of Technology and Education (KoreaTech), CheonAn, Korea. His primary research interests relate to the intelligent networking, including self-configuration and cross-layering mobility on mobile devices and sensor nodes. He has done research in mobility management for IP-based mobile Internet since he was enrolled in his doctoral course. Since 2002, his activities have focused on IPv6, mobile IPv6, media independent handover, and cross-layer optimization for efficient mobility support. Currently, his primary research topic is intelligent self-configuration of mobile sensor networks. He has published approximately 80 research papers on the theory and application of mobile computing. He has also the filed application of 20 patents on next-generation internet area. He is the chair of 'multi6' working group in TTA IPv6 Project Group. He is also a member of ITU-T SG19, and IPv6 Forum Korea. He has also made contributions to International Standard Organizations such as IETF, IRTF, and IEEE 802, and thus published IETF RFC 5181, RFC 5270, and IEEE 802.21 standards. He has served as the guest editor of Wiley WCMC (Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing), the associate editor of JIPS (Journal of Information Processing Systems), PC chairs and members for various prestige international conferences. He is the member of IEEE, IEICE, KIPS and KICS.
Professor Doo-Soon Park received the MS degree in computer science from the Chungnam National University in 1983 and the Ph.D in computer science from Korea University in 1988. Currently, he is a Professor in the Department of Computer Software Engineering at Soonchunhyang University, South Korea. He is a president of Korea Information Technology Association (KITA). He was an editor in chiefs of JIPS (Journal of Information Processing Systems) at KIPS (Korea Information Processing Society) and a Director of Culture Technology at Soonchunhyang University. He was a dean of the Engineering College at Soonchunhyang University and was the director of the u-Healthcare Research Center at Soonchunhyang University in 2002 and 2006, respectively. He had worked on the editorial board of the journal of the Korea Multimedia Society in 2005. He has served on the honorary chair of the international Conference on Algorithms and Architectures for parallel Processing (ICA3PP) and the international conference on computer science and its applications (CSA) and the international conference on high performance computing and communications (HPCC), and the international conference on information security and assurance (ISA). He has received the outstanding leadership in FTRA World Convergence Conference(WCC 2010), ITCS 2010 International Conference, and ICA3PP 2010 International Conference. He was a visiting professor at the University of Colorado from 2004 to 2005. His research interests include parallel processing, data mining, and multimedia information processing. He is the member of the IEEE, ACM, KMS, and KIPS.
Professor Weijia Jia is currently a full Professor in the Department of Computer Science and the Director of Future Networking Center, ShenZhen Research Institute of City University of Hong Kong (CityU). He received BSc and MSc from Center South University , China in 1982 and 1984 and Master of Applied Sci. and PhD from Polytechnic Faculty of Mons, Belgium in 1992 and 1993 respectively, all in Computer Science. He joined German National Research Center for Information Science (GMD) in Bonn (St. Augustine) from 1993 to 1995 as a research fellow. In 1995, he joined Department of Computer Science, CityU as an assistant professor. Prof. Jia’s research interests include next generation wireless communication, protocols and heterogeneous networks; distributed systems, multicast and anycast QoS routing protocols. In these fields, he has a number of publications in the prestige international journals (IEEE Transactions, e.g., ToN, TPDS, TC, TMC etc.), books/chapters and refereed international conference proceedings (e.g. ACM CCS, WiSec, MobiHoc, SenSys, IEEE ICDCS, INFOCOM etc.). He (with W. Zhou) has published a book “Distributed Network Systems” by Springer where the book contains extensive research materials and implementation examples. He has received the best paper award in a prestige (IEEE) conference. Prof. Jia is the guest Professor of Beijing U (ShenZhen Graduate School), Shanghai Jiao Tong University, University of Science and Technology of China, Beijing Jiao Tong University and Jinan University, Guangzhou, China. He has served as the editors of IEEE TPDS and ComCom and PC chairs and members/keynote speakers for various prestige international conferences. He is the Senior Member of IEEE and the Member of ACM.
Professor Sang-Soo Yeo is currently a professor in the Division of Computer Engineering, Mokwon University, Korea. He is Vice President of Future Technology Research Association International (FTRA) and Vice President of Korea Information Technology Convergence Society. Dr. Yeo has been serving as various chair positions in a number of conferences and workshops; MUE 2007, IPC-07, FBIT 2007, FGCN 2007, WPS 2008, SH'07, MUE 2008, ISA 2008, CSA 2008, UMC 2008, BSBT 2008, FGCN 2008, ASEA 2008, SecTech 2008, CSA 2009, EM-Com 2009, ICUT 2009, FutureTech 2010, ICA3PP 2010, ITCS 2010, EMC 2010, MUE 2010, HumanCom 2010, ACSA 2010, ISPA 2011, ICASE 2011, MUE 2011, FutureTech 2011, GSDP 2011, ITCS 2011, STA 2011, PDCAT 2011, WCC 2012, FutureTech 2012, ITCS 2012, HumanCom 2012, EMC 2012, and NPC 2012. Dr. Yeo's research interests include Security, Ubiquitous Computing, Multimedia Service, Embedded System, and Bioinformatics. He is a member of the KIPS, KIISE, KICS, KIISC, KMS, KDAS, KONI, KIMICS, KIIT, IEEE, and IEEE CS.
The aim of these two meetings was to promote discussion and interaction among academics, researchers and professionals in the field of ubiquitous computing technologies.
These proceedings reflect the state-of-the-art in the development of computational methods, involving theory, algorithm, numerical simulation, error and uncertainty analysis and novel application of new processing techniques in engineering, science, and other disciplines related to ubiquitous computing.
All our lives are constrained by limited space and time, limits that give rise to a particular set of problems. What should we do, or leave undone, in a day or a lifetime? How much messiness should we accept? What balance of new activities and familiar favorites is the most fulfilling? These may seem like uniquely human quandaries, but they are not: computers, too, face the same constraints, so computer scientists have been grappling with their version of such problems for decades. And the solutions they've found have much to teach us.
In a dazzlingly interdisciplinary work, acclaimed author Brian Christian (who holds degrees in computer science, philosophy, and poetry, and works at the intersection of all three) and Tom Griffiths (a UC Berkeley professor of cognitive science and psychology) show how the simple, precise algorithms used by computers can also untangle very human questions. They explain how to have better hunches and when to leave things to chance, how to deal with overwhelming choices and how best to connect with others. From finding a spouse to finding a parking spot, from organizing one's inbox to understanding the workings of human memory, Algorithms to Live By transforms the wisdom of computer science into strategies for human living.
The aim of these two meetings was to promote discussion and interaction among academics, researchers and professionals in the field of computer science covering topics including mobile computing, security and trust management, multimedia systems and devices, networks and communications, databases and data mining, and ubiquitous computing technologies such as ubiquitous communication and networking, ubiquitous software technology, ubiquitous systems and applications, security and privacy.
These proceedings reflect the state-of-the-art in the development of computational methods, numerical simulations, error and uncertainty analysis and novel applications of new processing techniques in engineering, science, and other disciplines related to computer science.
In addition, the conference will publish high quality papers which are closely related to the various theories and practical applications in human-centric computing. Furthermore, we expect that the conference and its publications will be a trigger for further related research and technology improvements in this important subject.
The 49 full papers and 24 short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 195 submissions. The papers cover a wide range of topics such as microblog data analysis, social network data analysis, data mining, pattern mining, event detection, cloud computing, query processing, spatial and temporal data, graph theory, crowdsourcing and crowdsensing, web data model, language processing and web protocols, web-based applications, data storage and generator, security and privacy, sentiment analysis, and recommender systems.