Keynote Speech


Prof.
Tomoaki OHTSUKI

AI-based Wireless Communications

Recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI), including deep neural networks, the availability of powerful computing platforms, and big data, are providing us various applications that were impossible before. AI has been also expected in wireless communications where the systems have been complex and various kinds of new applications, such as autonomous vehicles and drones, and massive internet-of-things (IoTs). In this talk, we will provide a simple overview of AI for the perspective of wireless communications and share some interesting applications.
 

Professor Tomoaki OHTSUKI

received the B.E., M.E., and Ph. D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Keio University, Yokohama, Japan in 1990, 1992, and 1994, respectively. From 1994 to 1995 he was a Post Doctoral Fellow and a Visiting Researcher in Electrical Engineering at Keio University. From 1993 to 1995 he was a Special Researcher of Fellowships of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science for Japanese Junior Scientists. From 1995 to 2005 he was with Science University of Tokyo. In 2005 he joined Keio University. He is now a Professor at Keio University. From 1998 to 1999 he was with the department of electrical engineering and computer sciences, University of California, Berkeley. He is engaged in research on wireless communications, optical communications, signal processing, and information theory. Dr. Ohtsuki is a recipient of the 1997 Inoue Research Award for Young Scientist, the 1997 Hiroshi Ando Memorial Young Engineering Award, Ericsson Young Scientist Award 2000, 2002 Funai Information and Science Award for Young Scientist, IEEE the 1st Asia-Pacific Young Researcher Award 2001, the 5th International Communication Foundation (ICF) Research Award, 2011 IEEE SPCE Outstanding Service Award, the 27th TELECOM System Technology Award, ETRI Journal셲 2012 Best Reviewer Award, and 9th International Conference on Communications and Networking in China 2014 (CHINACOM 14) Best Paper Award. He has published more than 170 journal papers and 380 international conference papers. He served a Chair of IEEE Communications Society, Signal Processing for Communications and Electronics Technical Committee. He served a technical editor of the IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine and an editor of Elsevier Physical Communications. He is now serving an Area Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology and an editor of the IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials. He has served general-co chair and symposium co-chair of many conferences, including IEEE GLOBECOM 2008, SPC, IEEE ICC 2011, CTS, IEEE GCOM 2012, SPC, and IEEE SPAWC. He gave tutorials and keynote speech at many international conferences including IEEE VTC, IEEE PIMRC, and so on. He was a Vice President of Communications Society of the IEICE and is the President-Elect of Communications Society of the IEICE. He is a senior member of the IEEE and a fellow of the IEICE.