The successful completion of IoTML 2021
The 2021 International Conference on Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine Learning (IoTML 2021), co-hosted by Dalian Jiaotong University and Qingdao University, was successfully held in Dalian, China, from December 17-19, 2021. IoTML 2021 addressed the key challenges and discussed the future directions for the study of IoT and machine learning. Prof. Huajun Dong, Dean of School of Computer and Communication Engineering, Dalian Jiaotong University, delivered a speech for the conference.
IoTML 2021 was hosted by Dalian Jiaotong University (DJTU) and Qingdao University (QDU), organized by DJTU School of Computer and Communication Engineering, DJTU School of Mechanical Engineering, QDU College of Physics and AEIC, and co-organized by many well-known universities at home and abroad.
The aim is to bring together experts, scholars, researchers and related personnel from all over the world to share research findings, explore hot issues, and exchange new experiences and technologies.
Prof. Huajun Dong, Dean of School of Computer and Communication Engineering, Dalian Jiaotong University
The vibrant discussions at the conference produced a wide range of insights. Scholars and experts shared their views as well as the latest research findings of this field, which help created an open environment that enables face-to-face exchanges and the sharing of research outcomes.
Prof. Steven Guan (Honorary Professor at University of Liverpool)
Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU)
Report title: Input Space Partitioning for Machine Learning
Assistant Prof. Pushpendu Kar
University of Nottingham Ningbo China
Report title: Named Data Networking Based Interoperable and Secure Framework for Heterogeneous IoT Networks
Prof. Tie Qiu (Young Scholar of Yangtze River Scholars Program)
Report title: Self-organizing Evolution for Smart IoT Topology
Prof. Shijie Jia
Associate Dean of School of Computer and Communication Engineering, Dalian Jiaotong University
Dalian Jiaotong University
Report title: OpenGAN: A Generative Adversarial Net (GAN) Based on Human-Computer Interaction
The conference also received large support from experts at home and abroad. The oral presentations by the three scholars were amazing as well, with many highlights on site.
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IoTML 2021 has created a high-quality platform for academic exchanges in the field of IoT and machine learning. It aims to promote the development and application of theories and technologies in universities and enterprises, and to provide a favorable platform for sharing experiences, expanding professional networks, face-to-face exchange of new ideas and presenting research results.
AEIC, as one of the organizers of IoTML 2021, has taken practical actions to facilitate the conference. In the future, AEIC will continue to adhere to the spirit of “professionalism, dedication and concentration”, and keep delivering high-quality activities for academic exchanges to promote scientific researches as well as their applications.