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NEMPS PhD Workshop

Event

Title:
NEMPS PhD Workshop
When:
Thu, 28. June 2018
Where:
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Category:
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Description

The NEMPS PhD Worshop is organized yearly and allows students to interact with their colleagues, as well as with their Grupos de Acompanhamento and teachers.

 

 

Schedule: June28th  - 14:00 until 17:30 (coffee break included)

 

AGENDA:

 

14:00 – 15:00 Poster session, theses work
Chair: Prof. Dr. Paulo Mendes
 
José Faísca, “Decentralized Semantic Identity”. Advisor: Prof. Dr. José Rogado. Edition: 2012/2013.
Preyesse Arquissandás, “Promoting well-being through Augmented Reality Sensing Based
Technology”. Advisors: Prof. Dr. David Lamas, Prof. Dr. Jorge Oliveira. Edition: 2013/2014. Thesis.
Francisco Melo Pereira, “Inferring Individual Behavior in Urban Daily Activities, from Mobile
Phone Traces”. Advisor: Prof. Dr. Rute C. Sofia. Edition: 2016/2017. Thesis.
Liliana Inocêncio, “Pervasive Sensing in the Context of Social Well-Being”. Advisor: Prof. Dr. Rute C. Sofia. Edition: 2016/2017. Thesis.
Helder Valente, “IoT Unified Communications in Smart Cities”. Advisor: Prof. Dr. Rute C. Sofia. Edition: 2016/2017. Thesis proposal.
Godwin Asaamoning, “Distributed Edge Computing for Smart Cameras”. Advisor: Prof. Dr. Paulo Mendes. Edition: 2017/2018. Thesis proposal.
• Daniel Silva, “Unified Communications and Contextualization-Awareness in Internet of Things". Advisor: Prof. Dr. Rute C. Sofia. Edition: 2017/2018. Thesis proposal.
Hector Orrillo, “Distributed Edge Computing for Autonomous Driving”. Advisor: Prof. Dr. Paulo Mendes. Edition: 2017/2018. Thesis proposal.
 

 

15:00 - 16:00 Complex Systems Demos
Chair: Prof. Paulo Mendes
 
Godwin Asaamoning, “Energy-aware Scheduling Strategies for Distributed Fog Computing”.
Daniel Silva, “Delay-aware Scheduling Strategies for Distributed Fog Computing”.
Hector Orrillo, “Concurrent Scheduling Strategies for Distributed Fog Computing”
 
16:00 – 16:30 Coffee Break (Social area, first floor of Building U)
 
16:30 – 17:30 Pervasive Communication Systems Demos
Chair: Prof. Rute Sofia
 
Godwin Asaamoning, “Demonstrations on: RIOT NDN Testing”.
Daniel Silva, “Demonstrations on: RIOT FIT IoT Experiment”.
Hector Orrillo, “Demonstrations on: Intelligent Transport Systems”
 
 

 


Venue

Location:
Room U.02

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