Thursday, March 1, 2012

Talk by Prof. Ryoichi Komiya on "Telecommunication Information Visualization"

Department of Mechatronics and Biomedical Engineering, FES, UTAR is cordially inviting all to attend the following talk by Prof Ryoichi Komiya:

Date:  15 March 2012 (Thu.)
Time:  2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Venue: SA block, 6th Foor West Meeting Room, UTAR(KL Campus)
Speaker:   Prof. Ryoichi Komiya
Topic: Telecommunication Information Visualization


Ryoichi KOMIYA was born in Tokyo, Japan on March 16, 1945. He received his B.E. and Ph.D. degrees from Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, in 1967 and 1986 respectively. Joining the Electrical Communication Labs of NTT in 1967, he was engaged in the development of the PCM repeatered line, digital data terminal equipment, video coder/decoders, stuff multiplexers, ISDN subscriber loop transmission systems and fiber optic remote multiplexer systems.
 
After leaving NTT in 1992, he worked with Siemens, Nippon Telecommunication Consulting Co. Ltd., NTT Advanced Technology and the Distribution and Economics University of Japan.

He lectured at the Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Information Technology at Multimedia University, Malaysia from 1998 to 2009, where he was responsible for research and development of next generation telecommunication systems, services, terminals, IP networks, virtual education environment, e-commerce terminal, Intelligent Transportation System, Fiber to the Home and Smart Office and Home Office programmes.

He also worked at the National Institute of Communications Technology, Japan from 2006 to 2008, where he studied Connected Health Systems using Body Area Network (BAN) systems.

From April, 2008 he worked with the Regional Disaster Information System Labs at Iwate Prefectural Univesity in Japan.

In June 2009, he joined University Tunku Abdul Raman, Malaysia, where he is conducting Research & Development on non-verbal communication systems, Bus Safety Driving Monitoring and Control system, victim localization systems for indoor/outdoor disasters and connected health systems. Currently he is an Adjunct Professor to FES and supervises four postgarduate students remotely by Skype.

Professor Komiya is a member of IEEE and IEICE

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