Alex Presents DejaView Research at IET WSS19th June 2012
Today Alex presented his research at the IET conference on Wireless Sensing Systems (WSS). His paper was on the topic of "Adaptive Sampling in Context-Aware Systems: A Machine Learning Approach", and is a method he is researching to attempt to maximise the usefullness of images captured by the DejaView system, while minimising energy consumption.
Alex presenting his research at IET WSS 2012
Alex's presentation was recorded, and his slides and a video of the presentation can be watched on the IET website by clicking here.
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Best Presentation Award at SenseCam 20124th April 2012
Our presentation entitled "DejaView: help with memory, when you need it" was awarded the best presentation prize at the SenseCam 2012 Symposium. The prize was awarded by Steve Hodges from Microsoft Research.
Abstract: Promising findings in the use of wearable memory aids such as SenseCam have been widely reported. However, to date, there has been relatively little consideration of the potential for offering memory help in real-time during daily living. Such assistance, in the form of proactiv... [more]
Davide Offered Two Internships!14th June 2013
One of the PhD students in my team, Davide Zilli, has been successful in receiving offers for two internships.The first of these is a 6-month internship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), within the SENSEable Cities Lab.After this, Davide will go straight to his second internship, a 3-month placement at Microsoft Research in Cambirdge, UK.These internships are very competitive, and many congratulations to Davide!