Elsevier Journal Paper "Highly Downloaded"8th October 2013
Today we were notified that our paper 'The impact of agricultural activities on water quality: A case for collaborative catchment-scale management using integrated wireless sensor networks' is the 12th most downloaded article in the Elsevier Journal on Computers and Electronics in Agriculture over the previous 90 days.
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture
Edit: as of October 2013, the paper has received 482 views.
Edit: as of December 2013, the paper has received 791 views, and is the 16th most downloaded article in the Elsevier Journal on Computers and Electronics in Agriculture over the previous 90 days.
A copy can also be downloaded from our institutional ePrints repository, using the link below.
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General Co-Chair of ENSSys 20134th September 2013
This year, I am serving as the General Co-Chair of the 1st International Workshop on Energy Neutral Sensing Systems (ENSSys 2013). The workshop will be held in conjunction with SenSys 2013 - considered to be one of the two top conferences in the areas of sensor networks and sensing systems. The workshop will be held on November 14th, in the beautiful city of Rome, Italy.
We had an excellent set of submissions for the workshop, which are currently under peer review, and it is fantastic that th... [more]
Stuart's Internship on Energy Harvesting30th September 2011
This summer, one of our undergraduate electronic engineering students, Stuart Barrow, worked with me for three months on the pioneering EPSRC-funded project on "Next Generation Energy-Harvesting Electronics - A Holistic Approach". Stuart developed an ultra low-power system that analyses vibrations and transmits them wirelessly. The photo shows Stuart testing his system on a car engine - the hardware on the engine is detecting vibrations, processing them, and transmitting them wirelessly to a lap... [more]