Prof. Jie LI, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Dr. Jie LI is a professor in computer science in Division
of Information Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems,
University of Tsukuba, Japan. He has been a visiting Professor in Yale
University, USA, Inria Sophia Antipolis, France and Inria Grenoble –
Rhone-Aples, France during the sabbatical year in September 2014 through
August 2015. His research interests are in Intelligent Mobile and Ubiquitous
Computing, Networking, and Security, Internet Computing and Networking, Big
Data, Cloud, network security, OS, modeling and performance evaluation of
information systems. He is a senior member of IEEE and ACM, and a member of
IPSJ (The Information Processing Society of Japan). He is the founding chair
of the IEEE Technical sub-Committee on Big Data (TSCBD), ComSoc.
Dr. LI received the B.E. degree in computer science from Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, the M.E. degree in electronic engineering and communication systems from China Academy of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing, China. He received the Dr. Eng. degree from the University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, Japan.
Dr. LI has served as a guest editor for many international journals such as IEEE JSAC and IEEE Network recently. He has served as a secretary for Study Group on System Evaluation of IPSJ and on Steering Committees of the SIG of System EVAluation (EVA) of IPSJ, the SIG of DataBase System (DBS) of IPSJ, and the SIG of MoBiLe computing and ubiquitous communications of IPSJ. He has served on several editorial boards for the IPSJ Journal and many international professional journals. He has also served on the program committees for several international professional conferences.
Ruidong Li (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Japan
Ruidong Li received a bachelor in engineering from the
Department of Information Science & Electronic Engineering, Zhejiang
University, Zhejiang, China, in 2001. He received a master and doctorate of
engineering from the University of Tsukuba, respectively, all in computer
science. Dr. Li currently serves as a researcher at the National Institute
of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Tokyo. He belongs to
the Network Architecture Lab of Photonic Network Research Institute of NICT.
He was a member of the AKARI Architecture Design Project for New Generation
Networks, the Japanese national project for developing the future networks.
He is involved in the design, implementation, evaluation, and optimization of future network architecture. In particular, his current research interests include information centric network, new security architecture, internet of things, mobility-centric network, cyber-physical system, naming and addressing schemes, name resolution systems, and wireless platform networks.
Assoc. Prof. Bart Custers, Leiden University, Netherlands
Mr. dr. ir. B.H.M. (Bart) Custers PhD MSc LLM is associate professor and head of research at eLaw, Center for Law and Digital Technologies at Leiden University. Bart Custers studied both applied physics and criminal law and holds a PhD in privacy law. He is the former head of the research unit Crime, Law Enforcement and Sanctions of the Science and Research Centre (WODC) of the Ministry of Justice.
Currently he coordinates the eLaw part of the EUDECO project, an EU project on data reuse in the context of Big Data. The previous research project that he coordinated, CONSENT, investigated how consumer behavior and commercial practices are changing the role of informed consent in the processing of personal data.
Since April 2016 Bart is associate professor and head of research at eLaw, Center for Law and Digital Technologies at Leiden University. Before this he was partime research coordinator for eLaw.
His main expertise and experience is in the fields of risk profiling, privacy, big data, law enforcement technologies and cybercrime. In 2013 he published a book on privacy and discrimination in the information society, focusing on the effects of data mining and risk profiling in big data and in 2015 he published a book on the use of drones. On a regular basis he gives lectures on profiling, privacy and big data. He has presented his work at international conferences in the United States, China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, the Middle East and throughout Europe. He has published his work, over 80 publications, in both scientific and professional journals and newspapers.