Open Event November 15

The Internet of Things (IoT) changes how we live and learn, how we move around in the city and how we stay healthy. Welcome to this open event where you’ll learn more about how you can get involved in designing future IoT services and technology. The event is hosted by the Internet of Things and People (IOTAP) research center at Malmö University.

Time and place
November 15 at 10–13 at Niagara, Malmö University (Nordenskiöldsgatan 1, Malmö). Coffee is served from 9:30.

Introduction to IOTAP and presentations of the application areas Smart Living, Cities, Transport, Health, and Learning. […] Continue reading

Join the IOTAP seminar series this fall

The IOTAP seminar series is a chance for you to learn more about the IoT field. Every other week, a PhD student presents an IoT-related research paper. First to present this semester is our new PhD student Fahed Alkhabbas who will present the paper “SIoT: Giving a Social Structure to the Internet of Things.”

Time and place: September 5 at 10:15–12:00 at Malmö University, building Niagara, room C0626

» Learn more about the IOTAP seminar series (incl. documentation from previous seminars)

» Download the paper “SIoT: Giving a Social Structure to the Internet of Things

IoT Conference in Lund Sep (7–8)

The Internet of Things conference in Lund, Sweden, aims to provide a clear picture of the Internet of Things (IoT) landscape—where we are now and where we are heading. IoT is a broad concept that includes everything from protocols, hardware and software to health, wearable devices and design. The conference tries to cover all aspects of IoT, not only focus on a single category. The conference is run as a nonprofit event aiming to increase the awareness of current trends and the future of the industry. Date and location: September 7–8, Lund, Sweden. Continue reading

What AI can do for video games (and vice versa) | Julian Togelius

Video games are great testbeds for developing artificial intelligence (AI), and AI could help game developers create new games. In this keynote presentation from the Swedish Artificial Intelligence Society (SAIS) workshop at Malmö University, Julian Togelius talks about how developing AI and games should go hand in hand—for mutual benefit. Continue reading