Abstract: The emergence of Internet of Things, and of Everything, is enabling network based integration pervade into all aspects of engineering and social systems. Driven by lower cost and size, and higher potency and efficiency of devices capable of sensing, actuating, processing and communicating, the IoT promises to dramatically increase our ability to embed intelligence in things and in the environment, and thus alter the way systems are implemented and evolve. Ubiquitous Internet access allows the utilization of cloud resources on demand for processing as well as storage of IoT information for learning and analytics. The evolution of this new internet landscape will be considered with focus on technologies that bridge the gap between physical and digital worlds, including networking standards, hardware platforms, software and research challenges. A novel coordinate space will be presented for self-organization of large-scale IoT. A range of applications will be considered to provide a perspective of Internet of Things and address how these technologies can be exploited to design the next generation integrated systems.
Bio: Anura Jayasumana is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Colorado State University, where he also holds a joint appointment in Computer Science. He is the Associate Director of Information Sciences & Technology Center, and a member of the Coalition for Development and Implementation of Sensor Systems (CDISS) at Colorado State. He is a Distinguished Lecturer of the IEEE Communications Society. His research interests span high-speed networking to wireless sensor networking, and anomaly detection to DDoS defense. He has served extensively as a consultant to industry ranging from startups to Fortune 100 companies Prof. Jayasumana has supervised 20+ Ph.D. and 50+ M.S. students, holds two patents, and is the co-author of over 250 papers. He received the B.Sc. degree with First Class Hons. from the University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the Michigan State University.