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I will be giving my inaugural lecture on the topic of “The computer is the new microscope.”
A number of PHD positions are available with Danny Hughes in the Netherlands.
We have a three-year postdoc available immediately to work on programming languages and platforms for sensor networks.
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.
Papers are invited on topics in middleware, tools and services for sensor and other embedded systems.
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.
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.