June 23rd(Sun) - 26th(Wed), 2019/ Jeju Shinhwa World, Republic of Korea
Submission of paper
March 22, 2019March 28, 2019
Notification of Acceptance
April 19, 2019
Submission of Final Paper
May 10, 2019
TODAY 2019. 03. 24
Petri Net-Based Approach to Business Process Management
Prof. Shingo Yamaguchi
- Yamaguchi University, Japan
Today’s business system supports not only individual tasks but also needs to support business processes within and between organizations. This talk deals with Petri net-based approach to business process management. Petri net has become one of the standard ways to design and analyze business processes. In the beginning, the outline of business process management will be presented together with its history, system architecture, and benefits. Next, the Petri net-based approach to business process management will be expounded. Business process management is classified into three phases: Design, Enactment, and Kaizen. In each phase, the state-of-the-art will be illustrated with application examples. In particular, the Kaizen phase (also known as the improvement phase) will be focused, and the related topics such as soundization, refactoring, supervisory control, and dynamic change will be discussed in detail. Finally, future perspectives in business process management will be discussed.
Shingo Yamaguchi received B.E., M.E. and D.E. degrees from Yamaguchi University, Japan, in 1992, 1994 and 2002. He was a Visiting Scholar in University of Illinois at Chicago, United States, in 2007. He is currently a Professor in Graduate School of Sciences and Technology for Innovation, Yamaguchi University, Japan. His research interests are in the area of net theory and its applications including service science, IoT, big data analysis, and cyber security. He is a recipient of the 21st IEEE International Symposium on Consumer Electronics Best Paper Award, the 30th International Technical Conference on Circuits/Systems, Computers and Communications Best Paper Award, and so on. He is a Senior Member of IEEE and IEICE. He is also an elected member of Board of Governors of IEEE Consumer Electronics Society.
Shaping the future of medicine and health care with semiconductor-based diagnostic technologies
Prof. Apinunt Thanachayanont
- Professor at the Department of Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
- King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang
During the past decade, there have been tremendous advances and breakthroughs in biomolecular sciences and technologies that empower precise diagnostic of human diseases and medical conditions down to the molecular level. The advent of high-speed genome sequencing and biomolecular diagnostic equipment have empowered physicians to pinpoint and understand exactly the root causes of many diseases and conditions; this increases the efficacy of medical therapies. Medicine is being transformed towards “precision medicine”, in which treatment and prevention of diseases are proactive and take into account of individual variability in genes, environment, and lifestyle. Nevertheless, some of the present barriers to widespread success include the limited accessibility to biomolecular diagnostic equipment and the high cost of such a test. The aforementioned barriers can be overcome by the application of semiconductor technologies towards biomolecular diagnostic. The fabrication and integration of biomolecular sensors and actuators with electronic circuits in CMOS technologies, such as biochip, lab-on-chip, and microfluidics, have shown huge potential for the future of low-cost miniaturised point-of-care biomolecular diagnostic tools. The convergence of biomolecular sciences and semiconductor technologies will play a vital role for the future of precision medicine and health care. This plenary talk will give an overview of recent research, development, trends and challenges of semiconductor technologies for biomolecular diagnostic towards the future of precision medicine and personalised health care.
Apinunt Thanachayanont currently holds the position of Professor at the Department of Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang. He was the recipient of the royal Thai government scholarship to study in the UK during 1990-1999. He graduated with a 1st-class Honours M.Eng. Degree in 1995 and Ph.D. degree in 1999 both in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Imperial College London, England. Since 1999, he has been with the Department of Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang.
He is currently the leader of the Pervasive Integrated Circuits and Systems on Chip (PiCASSO©) research group that researches and develops low-voltage low-power analog, mixed-signal and RF integrated circuits and systems for wireless telemetry, biomedical and biosensor applications. He is also a co-founder of Silicon Craft Technology Co. Ltd.; a fabless IC design company that excels in low-power analog and mixed-signal IC products.