سخنران: آقاي مرتضي مقدسيان، دانشجوي دكتري دانشگاه تونتو كانادا
زمان برگزاري: يكشنبه 23 ارديبهشت ماه 1397
Title: IoT for Smarter Cities
Abstract: Understanding IoT requires an integrated view of different scales of information-centric and software-defined networking, multi-tiered and distributed cloud-based systems, virtualization technology, security and privacy, infrastructural asset management, and their roles in cyber physical systems from data generation to consumption and in different states including data collection, transmission, and analytics. Smart City is the key in the realization and organization of this framework across scales using interdisciplinary approaches. This talk will focus on the fundamental concepts of IoT and describes how IoT evolved over time to enable large-scale deployment of smart city solutions.
Biography: Morteza Moghaddassian is a Phd candidate with the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Toronto. He holds a Bachelor degree in Software Engineering and earned his Master’s degree in Computer Engineering from Ferdowsi University of Mashhad in 2015 where he held a Research Assistant position with the IP-PBX Laboratory and Centre of Excellence on Soft Computing and Intelligent Information Processing (SCIIP). Prior to this, he was a Research Assistant at the Human Genetics Division, Avicenna Research Institute where he was working on the properties of biological networks and protein tertiary structure modeling. He is currently holding a Research Assistantship position with the Network Architecture Laboratory (NAL) and a Teaching Assistant position with ECE and CS departments at University
of Toronto. He received Edward S. Rogers Sr. Graduate Scholarship in May 2017 and holds the University of Toronto Doctoral Fellowship. He also served as a reviewer for IEEE/ACM Transaction on Networking (ToN) and has been serving as IEEE Officer for Communication Society, Toronto Chapter since 2017. He is also the cofounder of University of Toronto Smart Links (UTSL) which serves as a scientific community for smart city.
Areas of Research: Morteza Moghaddassian has been actively pursuing research in the area of network and systems. He is currently a part of Smart Application on Virtual Infrastructure (SAVI) project which is the largest Canadian academic software-defined infrastructure and testbed and a major researcher in Connected Vehicles and Smart Transportation (CVST) project which is a distributed smart city platform. His current focus is on distributed IoT platforms, NFV, software-denied Networking, and ICN.