Alex and Davide Present at IET WSS 201219th June 2012
Today Alex and Davide presented their research at the IET conference on Wireless Sensing Systems (WSS). Alex's presentation was recorded, and his slides and a video of the presentation can be watched on the IET website by clicking here.
Alex presenting his research at IET WSS 2012
Alex's 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.
Davide also presented his research on the "Design and Comparative Analysis of Single-path and Epidemic Approaches to Information and Energy Management in Wireless Sensor Networks".
ARM-ECS iCase PhD Studentship1st October 2014
The ARM-ECS Research Centre at the University of Southampton is offering a 3.5 year fully-funded PhD Studentship. The PhD student will be based in ARM, Cambridge, and supervised by researchers at both ARM and the University of Southampton. Interested candidates must be available to start their studies no later than 01 October 2015. Applications must be received by the end of June 2015; however, you are encouraged to apply early, as we will award the scholarship as soon as a suitable candidate ha... [more]
Research Featured in New Scientist12th September 2013
Our research into the use of smartphones to for biodiversity monitoring has been featured in New Scientist.
The New Forest Cicada is the only cicada native to the UK and, having not been seen for many years, is at great danger of becoming extinct. One of my PhD students, Davide Zilli, is investigating whether or not the millions of annual visitors to the New Forest National Park can be turned into mobile biodiversity sensors, using the smartphones that they carry with them.
"Biologists lik... [more]