Big Data, "Big" Security and "Big" Accidents: Industrial Context
Professor, D.Sc Vycheslav Kharchenko
National Aerospace University “KhAI”, Department of Computer Systems, Networks and Cybersecurity; Centre for Safety Infrastructure Oriented Research and Analysis, Research and Production Company Radiy
Abstract: Objective of the talk is to analyze influence of modern IT such as Big Data Analytics (BDA), Internet of Things (IoT) and other modern technologies on safety and security of human and industry. We will discuss so called 3B problem (“Big” Data, “Big” security, “Big” accidents) caused by, on the one side, application of IoT and BDA for system safety and security assurance, and, on the other side, challenges of secure application assurance of the technologies themselves. It concerns critical domains such as aerospace and automotive, nuclear plants and energy grids, health systems and others. Concepts of safety and cyber safety considering security and cyber security attributes are analysed basing on multi-level cyber space. The benefits and limitations of application of BDA and IoT based technologies in safety critical systems to avoid, monitor and minimize consequences of severe accidents are discussed. Essentially such technologies aren’t green, safe and secure and it’s required deep analysis of deficits, first of all, cyber security and safety before their usage. The industrial cases, where IoT and BDA are applied such as Internet of Drones based system for monitoring of critical infrastructure accident, IoT based monitoring and control system, system for prediction of software dependability are considered.
Brief Biography of the Speaker:
PhD (Diagnostics of microprogram automata, 1981), Professor (Control systems, 1991), Doctor of Science (N-version development of fault-tolerant systems 1995). Honor Inventor of Ukraine (1991). Head of Computer Systems, Networks and Cyber security, National Aerospace University “KhAI”, Kharkiv, Ukraine (2001). Head of Centre for Safety Infrastructure-Oriented Research and Analysis, RPC Radiy (2007). President of Ukrainian Scientific and Educational IT-Society (2018). Supervisor and developer of 12 national and branch standards in area of NPP I&C and aerospace systems reliability and safety. Supervisor of 50 PhD and DrS dissertations (defended). Invited researcher and professor (UK, 2004, 2016, 2017; Germany, 2006; Slovakia, 2010, 2019; USA, 2011). Supervisor of 12 national and coordinator of 10 EU projects on dependable computing, infrastructure safety and green IT-engineering. Invited speakers of 16 conferences (Estonia, Georgia, Poland, Slovakia, United Kingdom, Ukraine). General Chair of Dependable Systems, Services and Technologies (DESSERT) Conferences (2006-2020). R&D directions: Fault- Tolerance and Dependability of Software- and FPGA-Based Systems, Critical IT (Web, Cloud, IoT) Infrastructure, I&C Systems Safety and Resilience, Green IT-Engineering. 30 books and chapters (Springer, IGI-Global, River Publishers), 260 papers in Journals and Proceeding indexed by Web of Science and Scopus, more 700 patents.
Research and Development of Circular Polarization Radar Antenna for
Remote Sensing Schemes
Dr. Atsushi Fukasawa
Former Professor, Chiba University, and
Musasino Co. Ltd, Tokyo, Japan
Abstract: Wideband and high gain array antennas have been studied by triplate stripline resonator antenna. And a feeding stripline circuit was under the ground metal plate of the above antenna. Fluorinated material has been used to compose three-layer stripline circular polarization antennas. Enough wide bandwidth 20% of the center frequency and high gain 24 dB was realized by 64-antenna array, but the size 280 mm φ was not enough compact for installation into tankers. Recent studies and problems will be presented in this lecture. A novel X-band antenna is composed of glass-epoxy substrate with high dielectric constant 4~5. The size will be 220 mm φ in estimation of 64-antenna array. It was found that precise deign was needed for wideband and high performance at X-band.
Brief Biography of the Speaker: Atsushi Fukasawa received the Master of Arts degree and the Ph.D. degree from Waseda University in 1967 and 1983. He joined Graduate School of Natural Science, Chiba University as a professor in 1997. He received the Award of the Agency of Science and Technology, Japan in 1982, and Ohm (publisher) Prize in 1994. He received the Telecom System Technology Prize from the Telecommunications Advancement Foundation, Japan, 2004. He and his colleague, Dr. Y. Takizawa are the recipients of the Best Paper Award of Neurology’12, SummerMed, WSEAS/NAUN, July 2012. He is a senior member of the IEEE.