Michał Gorawski will present a center seminar Wednesday, June 27, 2018 entitled "Storing and Processing Data from IoT Smart Devices" hosted by Prof. Boleslaw Szymanski

Abstract: Storing and Processing Data from IoT Smart Devices 

The information technologies are one of the most dynamically growing branches of modern technology. Advances in wireless networks, transporting and processing data technologies, and monitoring and analyzing obtained information solve, but at the same time create, many research problems. The last decade witnessed considerable growth in the information technology domain, with rapid rise of IoT devices popularity. Currently IoT smart devices and sensors are used in virtually every aspect of life and business. In 2018 there will be over 23 billion IoT devices connected worldwide and, accordingly, over 30 billion in 2020 and over 75 billion in 2025. Such vast amount of IoT devices generate massive volume of data (according to International Data Corporation (IDC) in 2025 there will be around 80 billion smart devices generating around 180 trillion gigabytes) and presents complex problem from device management to security risks. This presentation will show a broad spectrum of research done by the author concerning problems of processing IoT data (Spatio-Temporal Data Warehouses – load balancing and data indexing), human mobility modeling, analyzing and simulating the 4G/LTE transmission characteristics, and planned research on Smart City IoT system. 

Bio: Michał Gorawski received MS and PhD Degrees in Computer Science from Institute of Computer Science on Faculty of Automatic Control, Electronics and Computer Science, Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice. His main research fields up to 2012 included the spatio-temporal data indexing and load balancing in distributed Data Warehouse systems. Since 2012, he works in the Institute of Theoretical and Applied Informatics, Polish Academy of Sciences, where he is an Assistant Professor in Wireless Network Optimization Team (WNOT). His current research focuses on human mobility modeling, wireless networks, IoT Smart Devices, Semantics and Ontologies in IoT environment.