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2024-02-27, Week 9
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Title : e-Government in Mexico (Keynote 1)
Time : 16:30 ~ 17:00 Jan. 28 (Mon), 2013
Speaker : Dr. Mariano Gamboa Zúñiga - Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN
He is an Electronic Engineer Doctorate from the Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse, France and a Post-doctorate from the ‘Systems Architecture and Analysis Laboratory’ belonging to the National Scientific Research Center (LAAS-CNRS). Also he holds two Master Degrees from Tecnológico de Monterrey University (Finance & Public Administration) and a Masters Degree on Electric Engineering from Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politécnico Nacional (CINVESTAV-IPN), institutions based in Mexico. Additionally, he has received two postgraduate diplomas: “The Role of the Chief Information Officer in Government Innovation” from Georgetown University and ‘PMI based Project Management’ from Tecnológico de Monterrey University-CEM. He was in charge of the design, installation and operation of the most powerful supercomputer cluster Xiuhcoatl in Mexico. He was responsible for the design and production of the electronic voting machine of the Federal Electoral Institute of Mexico. He developed the technological infrastructure for the biggest open online university in Mexico (about 100,000 users). He has developed more than 40 IT projects for several institutions in the Country like Mexico City’s Department ‘Miguel Hidalgo’, the Puebla State Government, Culiacán County Government, the Mexican Institute of Industrial Protection, la ‘Secretaria de Salud’ (Ministry of Health), the ‘Secretaria de Educación Pública’ (Ministry of Education), the National Health Security Institute among others. Actually, he is the General Coordinator of Information Technology & Communications Services at Cinvestav, he is responsible for all of the IT services like email, website, network, IP telephony, internet access, the inter university backbone network.

Abstract : In the year 2000, Mexican government created the e-Mexico National System which started the public policy to promote internet Access among the population, as well as the development of government contents and services. Internet penetration has grown from 20.2 to 40.6 million users. In this presentation I show the e-Mexico networks created to provide public and free internet access to more than 10 million users. The rest of the internet users come from the main internet service providers such as Telmex and Cablevision. Cinvestav developed the e-Government White Paper: Mexico 2012 with a comprehensive compilation of representative international and domestic indicators such as the United Nations e-Government Survey 2012 and data from CEPAL, OECD and the World Bank as well as data from Mexican institutions like the Federal Statistics Institute (INEGI), the Ministry of Communication and Transportation, the Mexican Internet Association and Deloitte Mexico. The White Paper’s purpose is to present a general panorama about e-Government’s contribution to the economic development with social parity and to promote democracy.

Title : Mining Minds - Trend Analysis via Social Big Data Mining (Keynote 2)
Time : 17:00~ 17:30 Jan. 28 (Mon), 2013
Speaker : Mr. Gil-young Song, Executive Vice President of Daumsoft Inc.
Gil-young Song is a pioneer in the science of translating online people’s opinions into actionable intelligence for businesses. He and his colleagues at Daumsoft, the company he co-founded, developed much of the technology that makes it possible to automatically analyze what billions of social media posts mean. Mr. Song has served as Daumsoft’s Chief Strategy Officer since the company spun off from Daum Communications, Korea’s largest web portal, in 2000. His company specializes in text mining, large-scale search and natural language-processing technologies. Currently, Mr. Song serves as the director of the Business Intelligence Data Mining Academy in Seoul and as an adjunct professor at Seoul Women’s University. He also established and leads the Opinion Mining Working Group, a professional organization for the data mining industry. Prior to founding Daumsoft, Mr. Song was a researcher and consultant at the Korea Trade Network in Seoul, specializing in international trade automation and e-government projects carried out in conjunction with global technology companies. Currently working to complete his doctoral dissertation in Computer Science at Korea University, Mr. Song holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in the same subject from that school. He has further completed the Global Business School offered by the Federation of Korean Industries-International Management Institute.

Abstract : People willingly reveal their attitudes and behavior, and even express their feelings on social media. Daumsoft has been tracking and indexing a huge amount of social media text using natural language processing (NLP) technology trying to understand the minds of people in our society. We claim that it is possible to capture the global trends prevailing in our society by observing and grasping the changes and dynamics of people’s minds latent in social media. Today’s presentation covers the fundamentals of Daumsofts social big data mining methodology as well as several case studies illustrating successful real world applications.

Title : IoT – Internet of Things (Keynote 3)
Time : 17:30 ~ 18:00 Jan. 28 (Mon), 2013
Speaker : Dr. Peter Mueller - IBM Research in Zurich
Peter Mueller joined IBM Research as a Research Staff Member in 1988. He is also the Chair of the IEEE Communications and Information Systems Security Technical Committee (CIS-TC). His research expertise covers broad areas of human-machine interfaces, distributed computing systems architecture, communications and interconnects technology, device physics, nano science, and computer modeling. Focusing on communications, his main experience is in the fields of complex systems architecture, including resource allocation and re-allocation, synchronization, and real-time behavior; cross layer reliability issues; channel coding techniques; and error control and correction methods. His current field of research is in the area of data center storage security and reliability.

Abstract : Thirty years ago, the idea of ‘Connecting Every-Thing’ was just a topic of science fiction, but with the introduction and technological advancements and introduction of the Internet, the fiction has become reality. Up to now, communications systems, and also the Internet, have predominantly been used by and for individuals. With IoT we all experience a domain shift towards connected devices and machines – the Things – which are autonomously requesting and supplying information via networks. This development leads to a series of great challenges not only for future technology and its standardization, but also for the whole of society. This talk will focus on one of the absolutely critical aspects within the IoT environment – communications. Communications are required at every level, from a tiny sensor device ranging up to a high performance data center on a backbone. Today’s new requirements regarding technology, reliability and standards will be reviewed, and some conjectures will be given on where advanced communications might take us and the IoT in the future.

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