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Citizen sensing

My summer project.

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Call for papers: Midsens 2012

The Seventh International Workshop on Middleware Tools, Services and Run-time Support for Sensor Networks (MidSens’12) will be co-located with Middleware 2012 (December 3rd – 7th, 2012) in Montreal, Canada

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The middleware doughnut

Where has the “middle” of middleware gone?

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Inaugural lecture

I will be giving my inaugural lecture on the topic of “The computer is the new microscope.”

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Studentships in wireless sensor networks in Leuven

A number of PHD positions are available with Danny Hughes in the Netherlands.

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Research fellowship in sensor networks

We have a three-year postdoc available immediately to work on programming languages and platforms for sensor networks.

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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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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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Evolving programming languages

Most programming languages have fixed definitions and hard boundaries. In thinking about building software for domains we don’t understand very well, a case can be made for a more relaxed, evolutionary approach to language design.

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Adventures at either end of the performance spectrum

Over the past week I’ve been playing with some very small machines intended as sensor network nodes. Paradoxically this has involved deploying a ridiculous amount of computing power.

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