Next-generation-cyber-infrastructure Initiative Projects

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The Future Society Initiative (FSI) promotes educational and research projects in the field of next-generation-cyber-infrastructure research.
The number of registered projects is 27 as of 2022-12-1. See this portal page for information on how to register your project (on-campus access only).

1. Information Communication Infrastructure Technologies
1.1 Network Architecture
1.2 Network Science
1.3 Wired Communications (Optical Communication, High-bandwidth Communication, Electro-Optical Systems)
1.4 Wireless Communications (5G, Beyond5G, 6G)
1.5 Fixed-Mobile Conversion (FMC), End-to-End Communications
1.6 Sensor Networks, Internet of Things (IoT)
1.7 Autonomous/Super Intelligent Networking (Application of Machine Learning and AI to Networking)
1.8 Unexplored Fields (Space, Satellite, High Altitude Platform Stations (HAPS), Ocean, Underwater)
1.9 Quantum Information Technologies (Quantum Encryption, Quantum Communication, etc.) (in relation to Advanced Information and Communication)
1.10 Information Security
1.11 Virtualization, Softwarization, Programmable Hardware
1.12 Cloud Networking, Edge Computing Infrastructure
2. Computational Infrastructure Technologies
2.1 Semi-conductor Technologies (Communication Chips, AI Chips, Security Chips) (in relation to Advanced Information and Communication)
2.2 Low-Power Devices
2.3 Computer Architecture
2.4 Quantum Computing, Quantum Supremacy (in relation to Advanced Information and Communication)
2.5 Cloud Data Center Design and Implementation Technologies
2.6 Big Data Analysis Technologies
2.7 Open Data Infrastructure Technologies
2.8 In-Network Computation
3. Application Technologies
3.1 Digital Transformation (DX) of University/Education (Virtual University/On-line Education/Realistic Telepresence)
3.2 enhance Mobile Broadband (eMBB) (Remote Monitoring with High Definition Imaging, Virtual Reality)
3.3 Ultra Reliable and Low Latency Communication (URLLC) (Automatic/Autonomous Driving, Remote Control)
3.4 massive Machine Type Communication (mMTC) (Sensor Network Applications)
3.5 Spatial Information (Remote Sensing, Environmental Monitoring, COVID-19 Countermeasures)
3.6 Edge Computing Applications
3.7 Data Applications
3.8 Smart City, City Operating Systems
4. Information Ethics and Systems
4.1 Law Enforcement and Cyber Infrastructure
4.2 Privacy of Communications
4.3 Universal Access, Fairness of Use
4.4 Media and Literacy
4.5 Right to Freedom of Expression
4.6 AI Ethics, AI Principles, AI Lifecycle
4.7 Consensus Building, Social Acceptability, International Cooperation
5. Information Policy
5.1 Data Governance
5.2 Network Neutrality
5.3 Market Verification, Evidence Based Policy Making (EBPM)
5.4 Communication / Broadcast Policy (Frequency Allocation, Public/Private Networks, Infrastructure Sharing)
5.5 Open Data Policy
5.6 Digital Government/Local Government
6. Information Strategies
6.1 Beyond 5G Promotion Strategies
6.2 International Standardization, Intellectual Property Strategies
6.3 Data Platform Strategies
6.4 Advanced Semiconductor Development Strategies
6.5 University Management, Human Resource Development
6.6 Economic Security
7. Information Society
7.1 Digital Transformation (DX) in Society
7.2 Digital Divide in Society
7.3 Work Style Reform
7.4 Future Society, Knowledge-Intensive Society
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