Collaborative Multi-Resource Allocation in Terrestrial-Satellite Network (TSN) Towards 6G

On Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at 9:00 a.m., Shu Fu of Chongqing University, China will present “Collaborative Multi-Resource Allocation in Terrestrial-Satellite Network (TSN) Towards 6G”.

Day & Time: Wednesday, September 20, 2020
9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

Speaker: Shu Fu of Chongqing University, China

Organizer: IEEE Toronto Vehicular Technology Chapter

Location: Virtual – Zoom

Contact: Lian Zhao

Abstract: Terrestrial-Satellite Network (TSN) is critical for achieving the integrated ground-air-space in 6G by its employment of flight equipments to increase space resource diversity. The employment of flight equipments and the equipped caching, computing, and communication (3C) resources lead to the problem of multi-resource co-allocation while challenging the objective of low delay, large throughput, and high energy efficiency. We focus on solving this problem in terms of the following aspects: firstly, we will build a Nash bargaining model to implement the 3C resource allocation to maximize the user fairness guaranteed throughput. Secondly, we will discuss about the optimization of the satellite-terrestrial allocation of the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) based relays. Moreover, for the weak coverage areas of the ground gateways, we will discuss the mobile co-allocation of multi-resource model for UAV-BS. Finally, we will consider the heterogeneous traffic data characteristics to build co-allocation of multi-resource models, based on which the low delay constrained inter-satellite relaying and routing mechanism and satellite-terrestrial store-and-forward mechanism with high energy efficiency will be achieved.

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Biography: Shu Fu received the Ph.D. degree in communication and information system from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC), Chengdu, China, in 2016. He joined the College of Microelectronics and Communication Engineering, Chongqing University, Chongqing, China, as an Assistant Professor in 2016, and has been an Associate Professor since 2018.

He had been awarded twice “National Scholarship” during his PhD’s study. He was a visiting PhD student at University of Waterloo in 2014-2015; and a visiting professor at Ryerson University, Canada in 2019. He is a communication committee member of Chinese Institute of Electronics (CIE) Internet of Things Youth Specialist Group. He has published more than 30 IEEE journal papers and conference papers. His research interests include B5G network, UAV network, and terrestrial-satellite network, etc.