A strong connection between research and industry. That is one of the reasons why Fahed Alkhabbas, PhD student in computer science, came to Malmö University. At IOTAP, Alkhabbas will focus on emergent configurations—that is, how “things” temporarily connect and cooperate to achieve some kind of goal. Continue reading
Malmö University has a strong tradition of involving users in the design process. This is one of the reasons why interaction design researcher Dimitrios Gkouskos decided to come to Malmö. At IOTAP, he will bring a user experience perspective and explore ways to design for desirable IoT experiences. Continue reading
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“
How could information about a city be used to create services that meet the needs of residents and tourists? For two weeks, 15 students from various programs at Malmö University and Lund University have worked hard to solve challenges provided by the City of Malmö, Skånetrafiken and Lund municipality in an event called Hack Week. Continue reading
Security and privacy are what we could call the “dark side” of IoT. In this docent lecture given by Andreas Jacobsson, you’ll learn why it is important to study security and privacy and how we can design systems with these aspects in mind. Continue reading
Ahmed Elmesiry recently started his post-doc at IOTAP and he will focus on privacy and security within Internet of Things applications, such as smart homes.
Ahmed, what is your research interest?
My research interests lie at the intersection of three main areas: machine learning, applied cryptography, and distributed systems. My work has broadly combined principles of the design, analysis, and implementation of security and privacy for real-world systems and future services. Over the past years, my interests have evolved to include topics in intrusion detection systems, secure e-payment systems, secure mobile agent systems, pervasive computing, and privacy enhancing technologies in a […] Continue reading
A drone that tends your garden; a bed canopy that prevents data network signals from getting through; a mattress that adjusts itself based on your body temperature – these are all “things” that can be purchased in a fictive Ikea Catalogue in, perhaps, 10–20 years.
This future-looking catalogue is part of the report “Building Folkhemmet with the Internet of Things”, which explores how Swedish standards, values and participatory design models could help make Sweden an innovation hub for IoT.
In order to get there, many obstacles need to be overcome. The authors argue, for example, that we need interfaces that […] Continue reading
The Mesh Presenter is a mobile application that makes meeting presentations more collaborative. The system was developed by interaction design student Felipe Erias Morandeira in collaboration with IOTAP partner Terranet.
How Mesh Presenter works
At the beginning of a meeting, people join the mesh network by tapping their phones together. They can now use their own devices to share images with the person in charge of the meeting, who decides if the new slide should appear on all devices, including the projector. By using mesh technology, the application can be used without having access to WiFi or 3G/4G/LTE.
Smart street lights and food with sensors – these are a few of the demos that IOTAP will showcase at the inauguration of Niagara on October 16.
Put your legs to work and climb the stairs to floor number five. This is where IOTAP will exhibit demos and host a panel discussion with prominent guests like Bengt-Arne Molin (Sony Mobile) and Dan Olofsson (entrepreneur and philanthropist). The topic of the panel discussion is what implications Internet of Things could have for the citizens and the development of our region.
When and where?
October 16 at 1–2 PM in Niagara, […] Continue reading
In August, Joseph Bugeja joined IOTAP as PhD candidate in computer science. His main research interest is to identify and manage risks in ”smart environments” like smart homes and buildings. Continue reading