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Department of Computer Science and Technology

Date: 
Friday, 1 December, 2023 - 13:00 to 14:00
Speaker: 
Liang He - University of Colorado Denver
Venue: 
FW11, William Gates Building. Zoom link: https://cl-cam-ac-uk.zoom.us/j/4361570789?pwd=Nkl2T3ZLaTZwRm05bzRTOUUxY3Q4QT09&from=addon

This talk will present our recent research on Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) and the Internet of Things (IoT), covering on two closely related research concepts originating from batteries. The first concept involves the traditional use of batteries as power supplies. For this, this talk will introduce a set of relaxation-assisted battery management solutions to enhance the performance of mobile device batteries by allowing them to rest when possible. The second research theme explores a novel concept of utilizing batteries as sensors and actuators to improve system monitoring and control. We will showcase this through a battery-enabled cybersecurity management system for vehicles and discuss its broader applications across various platforms, including satellites and industrial control systems. The talk will conclude by highlighting several future research directions. Dr. Liang He is an Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado Denver (CU-Denver), CO, USA. Prior to joining CU-Denver, he worked as a research fellow at the University of Michigan (2015-2017) and Singapore University of Technology and Design (2012-2014). Dr. He's research focuses on cyber-physical systems and internet-of-things, with applications to batteries, vehicles, and manufacturing systems. He has authored over 100 research papers published in premier academic conferences such as ACM MobiCom, MobiSys, SenSys, UbiComp, and journals like Proceedings of IEEE and TMC. Dr. He is the inventor of 15 US and international patents. He has contributed as a Technical Program Committee (TPC) member for various academic conferences, including ICCPS, IoTDI, and e-Energy. Additionally, he serves as an Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Systems.

Seminar series: 
Energy and Environment Group