2nd International Conference on Information Science, Parallel and Distributed Systems
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KEYNOTE SPEAKER I

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Prof. Zhu Quanxin

Distinguished Professor and Doctoral Supervisor, Hunan Normal University, China

Topic: Stabilization of stochastic nonlinear delay systems via the event-triggered feedback control


Abstract: In practical systems, it often happens that some stochastic differential equations (SDEs) are unstable. It is an interesting and challenging question: How to design the control to ensure the stability of SDEs? Different from the traditional works, we use the event-triggered feedback control to solve this problem. Compared with large number of results for discrete-time stochastic systems, only a few results have appeared on the event-triggered control for continuous-time stochastic systems, but the event-triggered control for continuous-time stochastic delay systems is not unsolved. In this talk, we will give a positive answer to this question.



KEYNOTE SPEAKER II

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Prof. Daowen Qiu 

School of Data and Computer Science, Sun yat-sen University

Research Area: 

(1) Quantum models of computation. 

(2) Quantum query algorithms. 

(3) Quantum cryptograpy and quantum communication. 

(4) Quantum states distinguishablility and quantum states cloning. 

(5) Theory of computation based on quantum and lattice-valued logic. 

(6) The applications of fuzzy and probabilistic automata to discrete event systems, focusing on diagnosability and supervisory control.


Brief Introduction: We have published over 130 papers in peer-review journals, and over 25 conferences papers. More specifically, (1) we have systematically studied a number of different QFA (quantum finite automata) models, and solved the decidability of equivalence and minimization of these QFA models. Therefore, we have answered the problems of how to decide the equivalence of quantum sequential machines proposed by Professor Gudder, and how to decide the equivalence of MM-1QFA proposed by Professor Gruska. In particular, we have answered the problems of how to minimize QFAs proposed by Moore and Crutchfield. Also, we have studied some properties of 2QFAC, quantum pushdown automata, and quantum Turing machines. (2) We have proved the characterization of all Boolean functions that can be solved by quantum 1-query algorithm. (3) We have studied quantum states discrimination and quantum cloning machines, and we have derived some bounds on unambiguous discrimination and minimum-error discrimination (some bounds are optimal to a certain extent), and some relationships between unambiguous discrimination and minimum-error discrimination have been clarified. Also, we have established a generic machine model of probabilistic cloning and deleting, and proposed a universal probabilistic deleting machine. (4) We have studied quantum teleportation and superdence coding based on different entangled states (W-states). (5) We have studied semi-quantum cryptography and proved that a semi-quantum key distribution protocol is unconditional security. (6) We have discovered some essential connections between quantum logic and models of computation, and we have established residuated lattice-valued automata theory. (6) We have established a fundamental framework of the supervisory control for fuzzy discrete event systems (FDES).

 


KEYNOTE SPEAKER III

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Dr. NIRMALYA THAKUR 

University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA 

Research Area: Human-Computer Interaction, 5G, Robotics, Data Science, Machine Learning, Internet of Things, Assistive Systems, Blockchain


Brief Introduction: Nirmalya Thakur is researcher in Human Computer Interaction at the Multimedia and Augmented Reality Lab in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Cincinnati. His research interests have explored the intersection of Human-Computer Interaction, Big Data, Data Science, 5G, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Assistive Systems, Affective Computing and their applications in the context of solving real-world problems to improve the quality of life of users in a Smart Home with a specific focus on the elderly population. He has authored 18 publications in these interrelated fields since 2018. Nirmalya has presented his research in several reputed conferences across the globe which include IHIET 2020, IoT 2018, IEMCON 2018, IEEE 5G 2018, IEEE CCWC 2018 and several others.

Nirmalya is an active member of the IEEE, ACM, IDF and AIS community. He has been and is currently associated with several conferences as a committee member which include – IEEE SMC 2018, IWAACE 2020, ICBDIE 2020, ICAIE 2020, AICS 2020, ISEITCE 2020, ISBDAS 2020, ICBDSS 2020, SPCS 2020, AIEA 2020 and MCIS-5G 2020. He also serves as a reviewer for 8 journals and is associated with 2 journals in an editorial role. He is a recipient of several awards and recognitions for his research-based accomplishments which include the Interdisciplinary Research Fellowship, Risk Management Award and a $5000 award from Office of Research at the University of Cincinnati. To honor his breakthrough research in the field of Computer Science, his biography was included for both online and print publication by Marquis Who’s Who last year, who feature the biographies of the most accomplished individuals from different fields from all over the world in their annual publications.