The 18th International Conference on P2P, Parallel, Grid, Cloud and Internet Computing


November 8 - 10, 2023,

Daegu, South Korea

In conjunction with the BWCCA-2023 International Conference.

Important Dates

Submission Deadline: August 5, 2023 (Hard Deadline)
Authors Notification: August 20, 2023
Author Registration: September 4, 2023
Final Manuscript: September 4, 2023
Conference Dates: November 8 – 10, 2023

Keynote Talks

Keynote Speaker I

Prof. Seunghyun Park, Hansung University, Korea


Seunghyun Park is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Computer Engineering at Hansung University, South Korea. His researches are mobility and cyber security, especially automotive intrusion detection, threats analysis and risk assessment methods, connectivity hacking and defense technologies, and vehicle cybersecurity compliance and regulation, including UN Regulation No.155 and ISO/SAE 21434. Before joining the school, he received his Ph.D in Cybersecurity from the Graduate School of Cybersecurity at Korea University. He conducted diverse cybersecurity projects and practices for automotive and enterprise security, such as ISO 15118-based PKI for EV Plug & Charge, In-Car Payment, Automotive Software Update OTA, and data-driven incident responses at Hyundai Motor Company. He has served as the executive committee for The Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences since 2023, an expert advisory group to The Board of Audit and Inspection of Korea, Korea Health Information Service, and Korea Labor and Employment Service since 2021, and Auto-ISAC committee member since 2016.

Title: Secure Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Research Trends and Challenges

Abstract: Automotives are evolving into large-scale smart devices connected to the Internet, and the self-driving functionalities in these vehicles are dramatically changing the mobility of users. However, new security threats not considered in existing vehicles are emerging behind this convenience. In particular, the diverse connectivity of automobiles, including the Internet, provides critical attack surfaces to which hackers can gain malicious access. Moreover, autonomous vehicles that take over control from humans require higher safety and security criteria because even minor security flaws or malfunctions can cause accidents with significant human casualties. In this talk, we will introduce the convenience of the recently evolving Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) and investigate the risks of cyber attacks accompanying such advantages. In addition, we analyze essential cyber security research trends to mitigate these cyber risks and discuss the development direction of cyber security perspectives for CAVs.

Keynote Speaker II

Prof. Kaori Yoshida, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan


Kaori Yoshida is an Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Life Science and System Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology. She was visiting researcher at CSLI Stanford University in 2003, Senior Research Scientist at Fuzzy Logic Systems Institute since 2011, and also collaborating as a researcher at Network Design Research Center since 2004. Her research interests include Kansei Information Processing, Human-Computer Interaction, and Soft Computing.

Title: Toward Human-friendly Information System Design

Abstract: As network technology advances, it is imperative to consider the end users' experiences when designing and implementing network infrastructure. The focus on human-friendly information system design is gaining popularity, a trend we should take seriously. With the increasing complexity of network infrastructure, it is easy to overlook the human characteristics of the design process. Designing systems that are easy to use and understand benefits end users. This talk provides an overview of information system design and its examples.