Prof. Noor Zaman JhanjhiProfessor and Director CSS5, School of Computer Science and Engineering, SCE, Taylor’s University, Selangor Malaysia
Speech Title: Internet of Things (IoT) for Smart Society 5.0
Abstract: We live in the cutting-edge technological era, which has a high impact on our daily lives, and rapid development witnessed each day. A better example of this is the smart society 5.0 concept recently released by the Japanese government. This leads the existing society 4.0 information-based vision to smart society 5.0 human-centric concept alongside the Industrial revolution IR 4.0 to IR 5.0. The smart society rightly can be identified as "A human-centred society that balances economic advancement with the resolution of social problems by a system that highly integrates cyberspace and physical space." This heavily depends on the Internet of Things (IoT) use/adaption and other cutting-edge technologies, such as AI, Blockchain, Big data, Cybersecurity, etc. A massive amount of information from sensors in physical space is collected in cyberspace using the IoT. Which can be used for analysis, and the results will be fed back to the physical space in various forms. IoT will be acting as a backbone for collecting the data for multiple applications. It raises all the higher use and importance of IoT devices, which will bring several challenges and benefits at the same time. The challenges could be more towards privacy and security.
Biography: Dr Noor Zaman Jhanjhi (NZ Jhanjhi) is currently working as Associate Professor, Director Center for Smart society 5.0 [CSS5], and Cluster Head for Cybersecurity cluster, at School of Computer Science and Engineering, Faculty of Innovation and Technology, Taylor’s University, Malaysia. He is supervising a great number of Postgraduate students, mainly in cybersecurity for Data Science. The cybersecurity research cluster has extensive research collaboration globally with several institutions and professionals. Dr Jhanjhi is Associate Editor and Editorial Assistant Board for several reputable journals, including IEEE Access Journal, PeerJ Computer Science, PC member for several IEEE conferences worldwide, and guest editor for the reputed indexed journals. Active reviewer for a series of top tier journals has been awarded globally as a top 1% reviewer by Publons (Web of Science). He has been awarded as outstanding Associate Editor by IEEE Access for the year 2020. He has high indexed publications in WoS/ISI/SCI/Scopus, and his collective research Impact factor is more than 350 points as of the first half of 2021. He has international Patents on his account, edited/authored more than 30 plus research books published by world-class publishers. He has great experience supervising and co-supervising postgraduate students. An ample number of PhD and Master students graduated under his supervision. He is an external PhD/Master thesis examiner/evaluator for several universities globally. He has completed more than 22 international funded research grants successfully. He has served as Keynote speaker for several international conferences, presented several Webinars worldwide, chaired international conference sessions. His research areas include Cybersecurity, IoT security, Wireless security, Data Science, Software Engineering, UAVs.