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There is a doctoral symposium at the SASO conference this year.
Two post-doctoral positions in smart cities now available at Trinity College Dublin.
My colleagues in Newcastle (where I did my first degree) have an MRes/PhD position available in computational behaviour analysis.
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.
This week’s piece of shameless self-promotion: a book chapter on how pervasive computing and social media can change long-term healthcare.
The recent furore over tracking mobile phones is a warning of what happens when sensor data goes too public.
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?
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.)