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Fórum Brasileiro de IOT | Future Internet Technologies Workshop in Brazil
Future Internet Technologies Workshop in Brazil
20/03/2019 O DIA TODO
Future Internet Technologies Workshop in Brazil
Sao Paulo SP

 

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UMA GRANDE OPORTUNIDADE DE ATUALIZAÇÃO EM TEMAS DA MAIOR RELEVÂNCIA PARA O FUTURO DA IOT

 

DIAS 20 (8:30-17:00), 21 (8:30-16:00) E 22  (8:30-13:00) DE MARÇO, EM SÃO PAULO, NA UNIVERSIDADE PRESBITERIANA MACKENZIE



COM TRADUÇÃO SIMULTÂNEA



EVENTO INTERNACIONAL ORGANIZADO POR:


                     




APOIO:                  




  Você sabia que vários países estão adotando DOA e estão investindo e incentivando bastante o uso geral dessa arquitetura em suas aplicações IoT?

-       venha ver o porquê disso;

-       ajude o Brasil a entender e avaliar profundamente a importância e viabilidade dessa arquitetura para nosso País;

 

 

  PRINCIPAIS TEMAS QUE SERÃO ABORDADOS:

 

  Future Internet technologies:

AI (Artificial Intelligence),

Block-Chain,

DOA (Digital Object Architecture),

and best ways to leverage these technologies

 


  O Workshop será conduzido por palestrantes internacionais e brasileiros de renome, conforme currículos a seguir, que nos apresentarão a temática através de palestras e debates.


  Veja nossa programação:


        


        


        



Alexander Ntoko

Chief, Operations and Planning Department, ITU


Alexander Ntoko is the Chief of the Operations and Planning Department in ITU where he plays a critical role in crafting and executing the strategic movements of ITU’s Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T). He directs the strategy and implementation of IT solutions based on IoT technologies, big data, AI techniques, and other emerging technologies. He coordinates all ITU activities on the Digital Object Architecture (DOA) and represents ITU in ICANN’s Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC). 


Prior to taking up his current position, Mr. Ntoko was Head of ITU Corporate Strategy where his responsibilities included ensuring organization-wide consensus and support for the development, implementation, and evaluation of the ITU Strategic Plan. He assisted and advised the ITU Secretary-General in policies and strategies and was responsible for the coordination of ITU activities in many areas including Internet and cybersecurity. He has organized and spoken at many international events on a wide range of global ICT-related technologies, policy, and strategies and has written papers on technology strategies for Internet, ICTs and cybersecurity. 


As an ITU official, Mr. Ntoko has traveled to about 100 countries and has developed a broad perspective of ICT policies and strategies. He played a key role in the introduction of Internet and Cybersecurity to ITU. He has managed the implementation of projects on Internet, ICT applications (e.g., e-health, e-government, e-agriculture, e-education, e-payment, and e-business) and cybersecurity including the use of advanced security technologies (biometric authentication and Public Key Infrastructure) in developing countries from all regions of the world. He obtained Bachelors (BSc) and Master of Science (MSc) degrees in Computer Science from the State University of New York.


Claudia Bauzer Medeiros

Full professor, Computer Science at U. of Campinas (Unicamp)


Claudia Bauzer Medeiros is a full professor, Computer Science, at U. of Campinas (Unicamp), Brazil, with Brazilian and international awards for excellence in research, teaching, and work to foster the participation of women in computing. She is a Commander of the Brazilian Order of Scientific Merit and holds two honorary doctorates from U. Antenor Orrego, Peru, 2007, and U. Paris IX Dauphine, France, 2015.   In 2018, she became a member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences.


Her research is centered on managing scientific data. In 1994, she created Unicamp’s Laboratory of Information Systems, one of the first labs in Brazil dedicated to interdisciplinary data-intensive research. Since 1997, she has headed large multi-institutional projects in biodiversity, health, agriculture, and environmental planning, involving universities in Brazil, Germany, and France. As of 2014, she coordinates the eScience research funding program of the Sao Paulo State Foundation, to foster data- and/or computing-intensive interdisciplinary research.


In 2018, she was elected to the Council of the Research Data Alliance (RDA), and to the Council of the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM, USA).


Eduardo Whitaker Bergamini

Responsible, Information Networks in Space Missions – RME; Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais – INPE / MCTIC  


Eduardo W. Bergamini joined INPE in 1968, where he is currently deeply involved with two different activities: 1) Use of information networks, with emphasis on real-time operations, for collection, storage, and distribution of GNSS stations based in INPE, also directly supporting Navigation and Space Geodesy groups of different Space Agencies (NASA, CNES, and ESA); 2) With primary emphasis in interoperability and cross-support of space missions in international level, primarily among space agencies, he is intensively involved, since 1982, as INPE Representative, with the Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems, or CCSDS (www.ccsds.org); He represented ABNT/Brazil before ISO TC20/SC13 Subcommittee on Space Data and Information Transfer Systems since its creation in the early ‘90s and, eventually, Chaired this Subcommittee from 2003 to 2018; Since its creation in 1998, he Coordinates the ABNT/Brazil Committee of Study CE:08.010.70 on Space Data and Information Transfer Systems, which has already produced many ABNT NBR Standards and, now, is producing also NBR-ISO standards. He also represents INPE in the SpaceOps International Committee (http://www.spaceops.org/), which gathers professionals and managers dedicated to space mission operations and that also promotes, in alternation, bi-annual Conferences and Workshops.  

 

In his research-oriented activities and projects, in the past, he has always dedicated effort to topics associated with Computer Networks, Computer Architecture, and Real-Time, Distributed, Parallel and High-Performance Processing. 

 

Eduardo Bergamini received his degree in Electrical Engineering, with specialization in Electronics from the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo. He obtained an MSc in Electronics and Telecommunications from INPE and, afterward, MSC and a Ph.D. in Electrical Eng. as an Instructor, Research Assistant and Research Associate from Stanford University. He also had a Pos-Doctoral appointment with Stanford Research Institute International, or SRI International, from Menlo Park, CA. In INPE he had very extensive activity in Pos Graduation as Coordinator, Teacher, and Adviser. 


Gilberto Zorello

Project Manager, NIC.br


Gilberto Zorello is a project manager at NIC.br, where he is responsible for manage the Safer Internet Program, an initiative of CGI.br and NIC.br to improve Internet security by reducting the DDoS attacks, Prefix Hijacking, and Leakage of Routes. He is a speaker at events of the IX Forum and GTER / GTS and in events of the Associations of Providers in Brazil.


He has extensive professional experience in developing products for the electro-electronics industry, in the technological management of telecommunications companies and in the coordination of postgraduate courses in the areas of IT, software development and telecommunications.


Gilberto Zorello is an electrical engineer in telecommunications and an MBA in operations management, both from Escola Politécnica at USP.


Sam Sun

Director, Standards and Technology

Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI)


Sam X. Sun is the Director of Standards & Technology Development at the Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI). He is also the director of Standards & Technology Development at the DONA Foundation and was elected as the Chair of ATSD Steering Committee of ATSD in 2017. Prior to that, Mr. Sun was a senior research fellow and handle system architect at CNRI, and lead the design of the handle system protocol. He has participated in many standard activities in Internet security, digital rights management, and GRID computing, and is the lead author of the handle system protocol specification in IETF RFC3650, RFC3651, and RFC3652. Mr. Sun has led many international research collaborations in applying the Digital Object Architecture and the handle technology for digital library development, healthcare informatics, and Internet identify management.


In recent years, Mr. Sun has been assisting Dr. Robert Kahn in establishing the DONA Foundation, a non-profit organization registered in Switzerland to coordinate the Global Handle Registry (GHR), a key component of the Digital Object Architecture.


Dr. Ulrich Schwardmann

Deputy leader of the eScience working group of the GWDG


Ulrich Schwardmann is deputy leader of the eScience working group of the GWDG, a joint compute and IT competence center of the university and the May Planck Society and leads there the data management activities of GWDG. He has a doctoral degree in mathematics and has a long-lasting background in parallel and high-performance computing. Ulrich Schwardmann is working with persistent identifiers as enabling technology for research data management for almost ten years. He is speaker of the management board of ePIC, the Persistent Identifier Consortium for eResearch and is DONA-MPA System Administrator for GWDG. His current research interests include Digital Object Architecture, PID Information Types, and Data Type Registration.



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