The Sakura Online Program was hosted by Professor Yuan Qiaowei of our university’s Department of Information and Communication Engineering.
The Sakura Online Program “Connecting with IoT technology” was hosted by Professor Yuan Qiaowei of our university’s Department of Information and Communication Engineering from August 16 to November 18 , 2022.
During the program, a total of five days of online exchanges were held with the participation of Tamkang University in Taiwan and Newcastle University in Singapore.
The program consisted of four parts: five special lectures, introductions of participating universities and IoT research status, IoT app development by students using M5Stack + AI camera, and cultural exchange.
November 13, the final day of the online exchange, three student groups presented the results of their IoT app development.
In the five special talks, Associate Professor Konno of Tohoku University, President Toshio Chen of Yulan Green Technology, Professor AIGUO PATRICK HU of the university of Auckland, Associate Professor GUO Lei of Dalian University of Technology in China, and Associate Professor Jasmin Grosinger of Graz University of Technology gave presentations on IoT technology and related technologies of the IoT.
It was a very meaningful lectures that broadened the students’ research horizons.
Introduction of participating universities and status of IoT research
The participating universities were introduced in terms of their location, features, international exchange, etc., as well as the status of IoT research, giving the students an opportunity to learn about IoT research at other university groups, increasing their mutual interest and motivation for exchange even further.
IoT app development with M5Stack + AI camera
In addition to the five days of online exchange, students from the three universities were divided Into three groups and worked on the development of MY IoT system using M5Stack and AI cameras distributed in advance.
On the final day, November 13 (Sunday), each group presented the results of their work.
Some of the students said that they were happy with their final presentations, which included some innovative ideas, due to the difficulties of not being able to conduct them face to face.