Bachelor’s Thesis Presentations JFY 2022

On Jun. 31, four undergraduate students made presentations of the following bachelor’s theses by online.

  • Kota Hirai, A Feasibility Study on Energy Consumption Reduction of IoT Devices for Environmental Monitoring Systems in Food Supply Chains, Department of Electronics and Information Engineering, Hokkaido University, Bachelor’s Thesis, Jan. 2023.
  • Yuki Saito, An Energy Consumption Evaluation for Parameter Optimization in LoRa Modulation Under Different Coding Rates, Department of Electronics and Information Engineering, Hokkaido University, Bachelor’s Thesis, Jan. 2023.
  • Seunghun Jeon, A Feasibility Study of Human Motion Prediction Using Kinect and Artificial Neural Networks, Department of Electronics and Information Engineering, Hokkaido University, Bachelor’s Thesis, Jan. 2023.
  • Kenshiro Tanaka, A Feasibility Study on Visualization of Location Tracking and Environmental Monitoring Using IoT Devices in Mobile Communication Networks, Department of Electronics and Information Engineering, Hokkaido University, Bachelor’s Thesis, Jan. 2023.

RCS Conference and IEICE RCS Presentation Award for Young Researcher

Mr. Kumaki presented his research in a hybrid online format at the January 2023 Wireless Communication Systems Workshop held at Maebashi Terrsa (Maebashi, Gunma) on January 24-25. This presentation is a fundamental study on decoding of short code length Polar codes using neural networks.

  • Reona Kumaki, Hiroshi Tsutsui, Takeo Ohgane, “A Fundamental Study on Decoding Short Length Polar Codes by Deep Learning,” IEICE Technical Report, Vol. 122, No. 357(RCS), pp. 132-135, IT2022-52, SIP2022-103, RCS2022-231, 24-25 Jan. 2023 (in Japanese).

His presentation won the IEICE RCS Presentation Award for Young Researcher.

2022 Joint Convention, the Hokkaido Chapters of the Institutes of Electrical and Information Engineers

Mr. Kato, Mr. Mumaki, and Mr. Kunii presented their papers at the 2022 Joint Convention, the Hokkaido Chapters of the Institutes of Electrical and Information Engineers, which was held online on Nov 5th-6th.

  • Reona Kumaki, Hiroshi Tsutsui, Takeo Ohgane, “Application of Deep Learning to Logic Functions as a Preliminary Trial of Polar Code Decoder Based on Machine Learning,” Joint Conference of Electrical, Electronics and Information Engineers in Hokkaido, pp. 175-176, Nov. 2022 (in Japanese).
  • Kyotaro Kunii, Hiroshi Tsutsui, Takeo Ohgane, “An Evaluation of the Effects of a Time-varying Environment on the LoRa Modulation-based Communication Performance,” Joint Conference of Electrical, Electronics and Information Engineers in Hokkaido, p. 179, Nov. 2022 (in Japanese).
  • Shingo Kato, Hiroshi Tsutsui, Takeo Ohgane, “A Feasibility Study on Implementing Phrase Speech Recognition Systems Based on a CNN-LSTM Model Using a Single-board AI Computer,” Joint Conference of Electrical, Electronics and Information Engineers in Hokkaido, p. 217, Nov. 2022 (in Japanese).

A student networking event was held during this convention. This networking event was organized by IEEE Hokkaido University Student Branch, IEEE Muroran Institute of Technology Student Branch, and IEICE Muroran Institute of Technology Student Branch. Students from some universities in Hokkaido made their presentations. Mr. Kunii served as the MC and made a presentation as the representative of the IEEE Hokkaido university student branch.

Young Researcher Excellent Paper Presentation Award, Award Ceremony

An award ceremony for the Young Researcher Excellent Paper Presentation Award was conducted with the year-end and welcome party. The award certificate and 10,000 yen in cash as a supplementary prize were presented to Mr. Yasugi.

2021 ICN Lab’s year-end party and welcome party

On Tuesday, December 7, we held a year-end party and a welcome party for new members (four third-year students: Mr. Kota Hirai, Mr. Yuki Saito, Mr. Seunghun Jeon, and Mr. Kenshiro Tanaka) in our laboratory implementing COVID-19 infection control. The party was held after the regular meeting. The meeting and the party were held in a hybrid format of face-to-face and online. In the face-to-face party session, pizzas were served.

Young Researcher Excellent Paper Presentation Award was given to Mr. Yasugi from the 2021 Joint Convention, the Hokkaido Chapters of the Institutes of Electrical and Information Engineers

Mr. Yasugi was awarded the Young Researcher Excellent Paper Presentation Award for his presentation at 2021 Joint Convention, the Hokkaido Chapters of the Institutes of Electrical and Information Engineers, which was held online on Nov 6th-7th.

2021 Joint Convention, the Hokkaido Chapters of the Institutes of Electrical and Information Engineers

Mr. Yasugi presented his paper at 2021 Joint Convention, the Hokkaido Chapters of the Institutes of Electrical and Information Engineers, which was held online on Nov 6th-7th. In this paper, we presented an energy consumption evaluation of LoRa using USRP devices.

  • Takuya Yasugi, Hiroshi Tsutsui, Takeo Ohgane, “An Evaluation of Energy Consumption Under Different Spreading Factors for LoRa Modulation,” Joint Conference of Electrical, Electronics and Information Engineers in Hokkaido, pp. 151-152, Nov. 2021 (in Japanese).

A student networking event was held during this convention. Students of each university made presentations about their university, research activity, and student activity. Mr. Yasugi, who is the chair of IEEE student branch at Hokkaido university introduced the activity of the student branch.