Space-Air Cross-Domain Collaboration Communication
January 19th, 2024 (GMT+8)
Institute of aerospace information networks, Beijing Institute of Technology
Ziyi Yang is a special associate research fellow and associate professor of the school of Cyberspace Science and Technology at the Beijing Institute of Technology. Her primary research interests include wireless communications, satellite communications, covert communication, reconfigurable intelligence surface, and optimization. She has published more than 10 academic papers in peer-reviewed journals. She is also a master's and international student tutor at the Beijing Institute of Technology, a reviewer of top journals, a senior member of the Communication Society, and senior member of IEEE.
The contemporary landscape of military and aerospace operations has witnessed a paradigm shift towards the integration and collaboration across air and space domains. This shift has been prompted by the evolving nature of threats, technological advancements, and the recognition of the interconnectedness between air and space capabilities. The research on air-space cross-domain collaboration has gained prominence as nations strive to enhance their defense capabilities and maintain strategic superiority in an increasingly complex and contested environment.
The International Conference on Mechatronics and Smart Systems Workshop, which is organized by the Institute of aerospace information networks, Beijing Institute of Technology, aims to promote the development of space-air cross-domain collaboration wireless communication and signal processing. Sessions will include contributed papers, keynote presentations, and panel discussions. Scholars (including students) from all disciplines and practitioners interested in information, communication, and security or related fields are encouraged to submit and/or to attend.
Scope and Information for Participants:
Topics related to the conference theme - "Mechatronics and Smart Systems" - are particularly encouraged, including:
The workshop "Space-air cross-domain collaboration communication" was successfully held on Jan. 19, 2024, in the Information Science Laboratory Building of Beijing University of Technology, Beijing, China, with Miss Ziyi Yang as the chair. Several wireless communication colleagues participated in this workshop, including teachers and students from BIT. The workshop discussed space-air cross-domain collaboration wireless communication combined with the frontier of wireless communication. Some of the communication topics discussed include security and efficiency issues. The resource allocation strategies and agreement of different systems were studied.
Institute of aerospace information networks, Beijing Institute of Technology, 5 Zhongguancun South Street, Haidian District, Beijing (Postal Code 100081)
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