Prof. Dr. Hamid Doost Mohammadian at the IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing and Electrical Circuits and Electronics

FHM researcher, Professor Hamid Doost Mohammadian, has been appointed as main Keynote Speaker, to talk regarding interdisciplinary studies through the 5th wave theory at the IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing and Electrical Circuits and Electronics (ICDCECE-2022 (online), in Ballari, Karnataka, India, on 23rd & 24th April 2022 as below:

 

It is a great honor for FHM expert/researcher, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Hamid Doost Mohammadian, as an Education Society member of IEEE conference, has been invited and appointed as Keynote Speaker, and Guest of Honour at "IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing and Electrical Circuits and Electronics (ICDCECE-2022)", (online), in Ballari, Karnataka, India, on 23rd & 24th April 2022

His speech theme as keynote speaker was:

Future Readiness for Technological Sustainability Through the 5th Wave Theory, IoE Concept, and KTB Model

Conference link: https://icdcece.in/speaker.php

in this speech Prof. Doost have talked about the future readiness for technological sustainability through the 5th wave/tomorrow age theory or theory of comprehensive everything and used his own models, concepts, and related theories like KTB and 7PS models, Internet of Energy (IoE) concept and i-Sustainability Plus theory which have been developing by Prof. Doost 2010-1017.

This speech was according to Prof. Doost’s research results as below:

  1. key question: How to map a future scenario to apply these theories, concepts and models to evaluate the results for forecasting, preventing, and facing the future consequences and crises and future readiness for Technological Sustainability?
  2. key result: A Blue-Green technological sustainability (based on 7PS model) and Digital Readiness and Recovery for today’s challenges and tomorrow’s crises
  3. key impact: Make the world a better place for living with high sustainability impacts

 

Prof. Doost has discussed about three technological revolutions are shaping
the dawn of the 21st century called D3:

  • the development of the internet and the shift towards a carbon-free global energy system.
  • D3 technological revolutions:
    1. Decarbonisation,
    2. Decentralization and
    3. Digitization

are transforming the energy sector.

  • These three global trends are changing the way we produce, distribute, and consume power.

He has mentioned the Technologies for Technological Sustainability as below:

  1. Artificial intelligence
  2. Machine learning
  3. Internet of things
  4. Big Data
  5. Digital Twins
  6. Blockchain
  7. 3D Printing
  8. 5G
  9. Cybersecurity


Based on the 7PS and KTB models, he explained for the future readiness the technology must not be an individual topic and we must look at the other factors which can influence on technology and get influenced by technology.

He has concluded his speech as below:

Internet is not a green technology

  • Approximately 4.1 billion people, or 53.6% of the global population, now use the internet.
  • Internet is responsible of about 3.7% of global greenhouse emissions. These emissions are predicted to double by 2025.
  • Servers: require lot of energy
  • Search Engines: every search requires the effort of several servers
  • Web Browser: 1.76 g CO2 per page view
  • Email: 4-50 g per CO2 per email

Solutions:

  • Get ready for the Tomorrow’s Crises Waves at the Edge of Tomorrow (figure 4)
  • The future readiness the technology must not be an individual topic and we must look at the other factors which can influence on technology and get influenced by technology
  • Go digital without losing humanity
  • Although the clear benefits of the digital transformation
  • Although machines can provide more efficient and fast services
  • Never forget in importance of the human factor

Figure1: the 5th wave theory overview (Doost, H. 2010-17

Figure2: Knowledge, Technology and Business/KTB model (Doost, H. 2010-17)

Figure3: Seven Pillars of Sustainability/7PS model (Doost, H. 2010-17)

Figure4: Tomorrow’s Crises Waves at the Edge of Tomorrow (Doost, H. 2010- 17)