Fakultet elektrotehnike i računarstva i Odjel za komunikacije Hrvatske sekcije IEEE pozivaju Vas na predavanje:
On the Borders of Edge Computing and IoT
koje će održati Prof. Marjan Gusev, Faculty of Computer Sciences and Engineering, St. Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje (UKIM), Skopje, Republic of Macedonia, u srijedu, 19.12.2018. godine, u 12.00 sati u Sivoj vijećnici Fakulteta elektrotehnike i računarstva Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Unska 3, Zagreb.
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Modern mobile and wireless ubiquitous solutions are actually IoT application, brought by the advances of the technology in cloud-based systems. Edge computing idea to bring the computing closer to the user can be realized by several computer architectures, including, cloudlets, when the intermediate server is owned by an IT provider, mobile edge computing and fog computing, when the intermediate server is owned by the mobile operator, and recently the idea of dew computing appears as a solution that brings the computing even closer to the user.
This presentation focuses on different architectural approaches for IoT solutions explaining details on the organizational overview of micro services, server architectures, etc. The intermediate and dew computing layers are another way of solving the streaming data problem in the overall cloud-based architecture for IoT solutions. This needs to be analyzed by explanation of specific goals and requirements are specified to extract the differences along with a discussion of benefits, advantages and disadvantages.
To describe the overall architecture and organization one needs to analyze details on processing and communication needs in order to collect, process and/or offload data from the IoT sensors and devices. A case study of an ECG wearable sensor and monitoring system will reveal details on how these architectures can be implemented.
Marjan Gusev (Ph.D. in electrical engineering and computer science) is working as a professor at Faculty of computer sciences and engineering, University Sts Cyril and Methodius (UKIM).
He is an experienced IT Expert and Consultant, Professor and Innovator, Manager and Entrepreneur with a broad knowledge and deep understanding of core business aspects and application of IT in a variety of projects, including Cloud Computing solutions, e-Services, University Management, workflow and document management systems, IT Strategy and Governance, ERP/CRM IT programs, IT Service Delivery, and IT infrastructure.
His enormous experience in the work with multiple and diverse, cross-functional, international teams has been proven as a project manager or participant of several EU funded projects, including FP6, Tempus, COIN, FP 7 and H2020 programs with a total budget that exceeds 6 MEU.
He has realized several e-Business and e-Government projects, including developing national Information Society Strategy, national Strategy and Action Plan for e-Government, national Platform for Knowledge Triangle in the Balkan region. As IT expert he was responsible for realization of more than 28 international and domestic projects and realization of more than 75 application projects.
D-r Gusev has organized more than 38 conferences and workshops; he manages the lab for innovation and Internet technologies; he is president of computer chapter of IEEE Macedonian Section; he established the ICT-ACT association; founded CISCO and Microsoft academies at Universities; managed Pearson/Vue and Prometric testing centers.
He has published 47 textbooks and edited 19 conference proceedings. His research portfolio includes more than 600 scientific publications (papers in journals and conferences). For an outstanding contribution of scientific research, he was awarded several best paper awards on distinguished conferences, as well as the Best Scientist Award at the University in 2012. He is a recipient of the “best professor award” at the University St Cyril and Methodius in 2016.