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The changing student computing experience

I’m jealous of my students in many ways, for the things they’ll get to build and experience. But they should be jealous of me, too.

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Why is my wheelie bin measured in decibels?

An unexpected curiosity arising from a common household appliance.

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Lectureship in Computer Science at St Andrews

The School has an opening for a lecturer (assistant professor) in any discipline that matches our research interests.

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PhD position available in intrusion detection

A colleague of mine has a fully-funded PhD studentship available in web security and intrusion detection.

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Call for papers: MidSens’11

Papers are invited on topics in middleware, tools and services for sensor and other embedded systems.

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Call for papers: D3Science

Papers are solicited for a workshop on data-intensive, distributed and dynamic e-science problems.

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Pervasive healthcare

This week’s piece of shameless self-promotion: a book chapter on how pervasive computing and social media can change long-term healthcare.

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