Standards Impact Event

Berlin, Germany

About

IEEE Standards Association (SA) is planning an Impact workshop in Berlin detailing the IEEE standards for leading the Digital Transformation. The workshop will address different aspects of standards for connectivity, IoT and mobility as well as the various use cases surrounding them.

Experts, researchers, practitioners, and manufacturers from all around the world will present the latest on IEEE standards, share their experience and insights, forecast trends and opportunities, and discuss the policy, economics and social implications.

Agenda

9:00 Introduction
Speaker:
Purva R. Rajkotia
9:15 IEEE P2020 – Standard for Automotive System Image Quality and Testing
Speaker:
Bastian Baumgart, Camera Expert, Autonomous Intelligent Driving GmbH
9:45 IEEE Standards: Driving Industry Innovation on IoT & 5G
Speaker: 
Sri Chandrasekaran
10:30 Break
10:45 Connectivity  (Time Sensitive Networks and Evolution)
Speaker:
Johannes Specht
12:00 Lunch Break
13:15 IEEE P2733 Clinical (IoT) Data and Device Interoperability with TIPPSS - Trust, Identity, Privacy, Protection, Safety, Security
Speaker:
 Florence Hudson
14:15 IoT in Brain Diseases: from Idea to Application
Speaker:
Maria Revythi
15:15 Break
15:30 Globally Scalable Mobile Digital ID using IEEE P1451.99
Speaker:
  Peter Waher
16:30 Interoperability Standards for Health, Activities of Daily Living and IoT
Speaker:
  Malcolm Clarke
17:00 Wrap up - Ideas/New Standards to make Digital Transformation a Success!
17 December, 2019
9:15
Introduction
Speaker:
Purva R. Rajkotia
IEEE P2020 – Standard for Automotive System Image Quality and Testing
Speaker:
Bastian Baumgart, Camera Expert, Autonomous Intelligent Driving GmbH
9:45
Introduction
Speaker:
Purva R. Rajkotia
IEEE Standards: Driving Industry Innovation on IoT & 5G
Speaker: 
Sri Chandrasekaran
10:30
Introduction
Speaker:
Purva R. Rajkotia
Break
10:45
Introduction
Speaker:
Purva R. Rajkotia
Connectivity  (Time Sensitive Networks and Evolution)
Speaker:
Johannes Specht
12:00
Introduction
Speaker:
Purva R. Rajkotia
Lunch Break
13:15
Introduction
Speaker:
Purva R. Rajkotia
IEEE P2733 Clinical (IoT) Data and Device Interoperability with TIPPSS - Trust, Identity, Privacy, Protection, Safety, Security
Speaker:
 Florence Hudson
14:15
Introduction
Speaker:
Purva R. Rajkotia
IoT in Brain Diseases: from Idea to Application
Speaker:
Maria Revythi
15:15
Introduction
Speaker:
Purva R. Rajkotia
Break
15:30
Introduction
Speaker:
Purva R. Rajkotia
Globally Scalable Mobile Digital ID using IEEE P1451.99
Speaker:
  Peter Waher
16:30
Introduction
Speaker:
Purva R. Rajkotia
Interoperability Standards for Health, Activities of Daily Living and IoT
Speaker:
  Malcolm Clarke
17:00
Introduction
Speaker:
Purva R. Rajkotia
Wrap up - Ideas/New Standards to make Digital Transformation a Success!

Speakers

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    Bastian Baumgart
    Bastian studied applied physics in Münster (B.Sc.) and Jena (M.Eng.) with a focus on optics development and laser technologies. He participated in multiple exchange programs e.g. with the University Laval, Quebec City (Canada) and the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque (USA).

    After 1.5 years in a production site for diode laser technology at Philips Bastian started working at Continental in Ulm. He was responsible for image quality and testing for automotive surround view applications in 3 successful customer projects. 4.5 years later Bastian moved to AID in Munich where he is in charge of the camera specification and development for L4/5 applications of the VW group.

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    Florence Hudson
    Florence Hudson is Founder & CEO of FDHint, LLC, consulting in advanced technologies, diversity and inclusion. Former IBM Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Internet2 Senior Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer, and aerospace engineer at Grumman and NASA, her expertise includes technical and business leadership, strategy, marketing, artificial intelligence, big data and analytics, blockchain, connected healthcare, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, and Smart Cities.  She is Special Advisor for Trusted CI, the NSF Cybersecurity Center of Excellence at Indiana University, and Special Advisor for Next Generation Internet at the Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub at Columbia University, leading EU-US collaboration to define the Next Generation Internet under the EU Horizon 2020 Initiative. She is on the Editorial Board for the journal Blockchain in Healthcare Today, and on advisory committees for Princeton University, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Stony Brook University, and the Computational Approaches for Cancer workshop at Supercomputing conferences. She is on the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Standards Committee, and Chair of the IEEE Standards Working Group for Clinical Internet of Things Data and Device Interoperability with TIPPSS – Trust, Identity, Privacy, Protection, Safety, Security. She is Editor of the book “Women Securing the Future with TIPPSS For IoT” featuring 16 women authors from around the world.  She graduated from Princeton University with a BSE in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, and attended executive education at Harvard Business School and Columbia University.
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    Srikanth Chandrasekaran
    Sri has been associated with the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) and the IEEE India office for the past 7 years as a Sr Director, with a global focus on IoT and Infrastructure practice within the Global Business Strategy and Intelligence (GSBI) department. Sri also drives strategic standards engagements in India and the Asia Pacific region. In this strategic role as a global practice lead, Sri drives the industry & standards related initiatives focused on IoT, Sensors & Blockchain and also engages with the Indian engineering communities to drive regional standards initiatives. As part of his overall portfolio, Sri also manages the IEEE Blended Learning Program (BLP), an IEEE education platform, focused on training and skills development for students as well as industry professionals.

    Prior to joining IEEE, Sri was associated with Freescale Semiconductor Inc. (formerly Motorola Inc.) for 18 years, managing a global Electronic Design Automation R&D team focused on modeling of mixed signal designs and Electro-magnetic compliance for Freescale products. 

    Sri received the Accellera Technical Excellence Award in 2009 for his leadership and contributions to design automation standardisation activities. Sri holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Madras University, India and a Post Graduation degree in Electrical Communication from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India.

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    Malcolm Clarke
    Malcolm Clarke is a professor of healthcare technology at Ondokuz Mayis University, Samsun, Turkey (formerly Brunel University). His research focusses on technology based health care delivery, which includes developing devices and platforms to monitoring patients with chronic disease in Recent research has applied technology to manage frail elderly with disease and combines monitoring of health and activities of daily living to increase accuracy of prediction of exacerbation.

    He is a senior member of the IEEE, and received awards for his work in the IEEE 11073 medical device standards group having produced over 20 standards for devices covering health, fitness and independent living.

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    Maria Revythi
    Maria Revythi holds a diploma on Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from National Technical University of Athens (N.T.U.A) where she is a doctoral Researcher and Teaching Assistant (2014-Today). Her research focuses on Brain.

     During her pre-diploma studies she conducted experimental research in the field of Satellite Communications. As a result, her diploma thesis Propagation Measurements inside a B737 Aircraft for In-Cabin Wireless Networks consisted of that work later published at IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Spring 2008). Moreover, it received the best diploma thesis of the year in the field of Communications award and won the 1st prize by Hellenic Telecommunications and Post Commission at 2nd Hellenic Student Conference of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (SFIMMI 2008) in June 2008.

      She is finishing her PhD thesis Invention, Modeling, Optimization and Experimental Investigation of Antenna Catheter for Ischemic Stroke Therapy and has been teaching the laboratory courses Applied Electronics and Introduction to Electronics and Telecommunications since 2015. Thus far, two diploma thesis were completed under her guidance. Concurrently with her research on Stroke Therapy at National Technical University of Athens, she conducted research on Epilepsy in cooperation with the Biomedical Research Foundation of the Academy of Athens (BRFAA), working in particular on Statistical Modeling and Processing of Signals coming from in vitro experiments on mice (2014-2015). In addition, from 2014 till 2016, her cooperation with the Medical School of National and Kapodistrian University of Athens concluded to her innovative idea algorithm development regarding Psychiatric Crisis prevention and management.

     Being an IEEE Member, she participates at IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, ΙΕΕΕ Brain Community and works on three IEEE Standards development: standard for Shared Analytics Across Secure and Unsecured Networks, standard for a Unified Terminology for Brain-Computer Interfaces and standard for Digital Transformation Architecture and Framework. She is also a member of IEEE Women in Engineering-Greece and Hellenic Stroke Organization (HSO).

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    Johannes Specht
    Johannes Specht is a consultant and a researcher at the University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany). His research area is the real-time traffic scheduling aspects of TSN. He holds a diploma in applied computer science and is currently finishing his PhD.

    He is the technical editor of the IEEE P802.1Qcr - Asynchronous Traffic Shaping (ATS) project, and has been an active technical contributor to several IEEE 802.1 TSN standardization projects on real-time traffic scheduling, reliability, fault tolerance, time synchronization, and configuration since joining IEEE 802.1 seven years ago.

    Johannes has been providing expert consulting to General Motors (USA) on using Ethernet for safety-critical applications since 2012. His professional career started in 2003 in the automotive industry, where he contributed to several projects on communication systems, testing, and functional safety.

     

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    Peter Waher
    Editor of IEEE P1451.99, vice chair IEEE P1451.1.4. Contributor to IEEE P2668 & P2805. Works on standardization for the IoT and the Smart City/Society. Co-founder of Trust Anchor Group (TAG), creating open, interoperable and secure networks and infrastructures for Smart Societies. Founder of Little Sister®, a standards based distributed social network, based on the principles of privacy & information ownership, for organizations, individuals and machines.

Venue

Venue:
Sofitel Berlin Kurfürstendamm,
Augsburger Straße 41, 10789
Berlin, Germany

Hotels:
Sofitel Berlin Kurfürstendamm
Radisson Blu Hotel, Berlin

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