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Doctoral Symposium on Foundations and Applications of Self-* Systems (FAS*W)

There is a doctoral symposium at the SASO  conference this year.

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CfP: Spatial and Collective Awareness workshop at SASO’15

The first workshop on Spatial Awareness is being held in Boston in September as part of the SASO conference.
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Research fellowships available in Dublin

Two post-doctoral positions in smart cities now available at Trinity College Dublin.

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Studentship available in Newcastle upon Tyne

My colleagues in Newcastle (where I did my first degree) have an MRes/PhD position available in computational behaviour analysis.

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What’s new for awareness researchers?: an interview

I was interviewed at SASO as part of collecting what people thought were the ways forward and important topics for pervasive systems.

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An issue for smart grids

Unbeknown to her — until she reads this, anyway — the other day my mother trashed an idea that’s been a cornerstone of a lot of research on smart grids.

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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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Some data is just too valuable

The recent furore over tracking mobile phones is a warning of what happens when sensor data goes too public.

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The next challenges for situation recognition

As a pervasive systems research community we’re doing quite well at automatically identifying simple things happening in the world. What is the state of the art, and what are the next steps?

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Call for papers: Formal methods for Pervasive Systems

We are looking for papers on the application of formal methods to pervasive computing, for a workshop at FM’11. (Full disclosure: I’m the keynote speaker.)

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