Special Lecture "Human and Object Detection with WiFi CSI" by Kiyota Hashimoto (PSU, SHU) and Hidekazu Yanagimoto (OMU)
Date: Monday 30 October 2023
Location: CoC Ideation Zone
Recent WiFi technologies use CSI (Channel State Information) in order to stabilize signal transmissions against environmental conditions. CSI refers to the information about the characteristics of the wireless channel between the transmitter and receiver, and thus appropriate analysis of CSI using machine learning enables human and object detection of high accuracy. In other words, CSI applications are one of the typical, promising collaborative research topics of data science, signal processing, and other topic-related fields. In this special lecture, we first explain the fundamentals of CSI applications, introduce some of our recent research achievements, and show possible collaborations.
Kiyota Hashimoto, D.Eng., FTE, PSU & Faculty of Information Science (2024-) Shunan University, Japan. His expertise is data science, AI, machine learning, natural language processing, and their applications to environmental science, and service science.
Hidekazu Yanagimoto, Ph.D., Graduate School of Informatics, Osaka Metropolitan University, Japan. His expertise is machine learning, natural language processing, and signal processing.