The 21st ACM International Conference on Mobile Systems, Applications, and Services

June 18 - June 22, 2023 • Helsinki, Finland


Keynote 1:

Yong Li (Tenured Associate Professor, Dept. of Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua University)

Yong Li (Tsinghua University) Title: Revolutionizing Urban Mobility: The powerful combination of AIGC and City Simulators.
Abstract: This talk examines the transformative impact of combining AI Generated Content (AIGC) and city simulators to revolutionize urban mobility systems. By harnessing the power of AI capabilities, global connectivity, and realistic virtual environments, the integration of AIGC and city simulators offers unprecedented opportunities to reshape how people and goods move within cities. The talk will delve into the process of how AI generated content and insights empower city simulators to conduct data-driven simulations of urban mobility scenarios. These simulations enable comprehensive analysis and optimization of various aspects of urban mobility systems, including traffic flow, infrastructure design, public transit planning, and mobility services. By utilizing data-driven simulations, policymakers, urban planners, and transportation experts can make well-informed decisions, improve efficiency, alleviate congestion, enhance safety, and establish sustainable and future-proof urban mobility systems.
Speaker Bio: Dr. Li is currently a Tenured Associate Professor of the Department of Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua University. He received the Ph.D. degree in electronic engineering from Tsinghua University in 2012. His research interests include city science and urban computing. Dr. Li has served as General Chair, TPC Chair, SPC/TPC Member for several international workshops and conferences, and he is on the editorial board of two IEEE journals. He has published over 100 papers on first-tier international conferences and journals, including Nature Human Behavior, Nature Computational Science, KDD, NeurIPS,WWW, UbiComp, and his papers have total citations more than 18000. Among them, five receive conference Best Paper (run-up) Awards.

Keynote 2:

Mikko Uusitalo (Head of a Research Department, Radio Systems Research Finland, Nokia Bell Labs)

Mikko Uusitalo (Nokia Bell Labs) Title: What to expect from 6G?
Abstract: 6G has gathered momentum via industrial and academic research as well as especially via some large regional research consortia. In Europe the Flagship projects have been Hexa-X and now Hexa-X-II. This talk will tell about the 6G vision and use cases as recognized by Hexa projects. The status of the work on the needed enablers and architecture are also revealed. Importance of the underlying values sustainability, inclusion and trustworthiness are extended based on the project work.
Speaker Bio: Mikko Uusitalo is Head of Research Department Radio Systems Research Finland at Nokia Bell Labs. Mikko is leading the European 6G Flagship projects Hexa-X and Hexa-X-II. He obtained a M.Sc. (Eng.) and Dr.Tech. in 1993 and 1997 and a B.Sc. (Economics) in 2003, all from predecessors of Aalto University. Mikko has been at Nokia since 2000 with various roles, including Principal Researcher and Head of International Cooperation at Nokia Research. Mikko is a founding member of the CELTIC EUREKA and WWRF, the latter one he chaired for 2004-2006. Mikko is a WWRF Fellow.


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