SEMINAR AUG 24 – The first article to be presented and discussed in the IOTAP seminar series is Human-Data Interaction: The Human Face of the Data-Driven Society.
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ABSTRACT – The increasing generation and collection of personal data has created a complex ecosystem, often collaborative but sometimes combative, around companies and individuals engaging in the use of these data. We propose that the interactions between these agents warrants a new topic of study: Human-Data Interaction (HDI). In this paper we discuss how HDI sits at the intersection of various disciplines, including computer science, statistics, […] Continue reading
On November 21 at 1 PM, Åse Jevinger will defend her Ph.D. thesis Toward Intelligent Goods: Characteristics, Architectures and Applications. Intelligent goods is an application of the Internet of Things that is aimed to support logistic processes. For more information, see the abstract below.
The public defence will take place in the ground-floor auditorium of Ubåtshallen, Östra Varvsgatan 11A, Malmö.
The opponent is Prof. Jens Schumacher from Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences, Austria.
In the context of globalization, the requirements on transport logistics continuously rise. Often goods travel through many different countries, using several transport […] Continue reading
Want to learn more about Internet of Things and meet some of the experts in the field? A one-day conference on the theme Internet of Things will be held in Malmö. The IOTAP research centre is co-organising the conference.
Examples of spekears are Oshua Corman, Chief Technology Officer for Sonatype, Clemens Vasters, Senior Program Manager at the Microsoft Connected Systems Division, and Henrik Ståhl, Vice President Product Management Java & Internet of Things.
Place: Slagthuset, Malmö
Date: November 3, 2014
Learn more on the conference website.
This post is cross-published from mah.se.
The Internet of Things and People Research Centre will organize a session at the 20th annual congress of the European College of Sport Science, ECSS. The congress will be arranged in Malmö on June 24-27, 2015.
The session theme is “Internet of Sports: Augmenting sports technology for performance and pleasure”, and it will host distinguished researchers such as Stina Nylander of the Swedish Institute of Computer Science and Joe Marshall of Mixed Reality Lab at the University of Nottingham.
It is expected that more than 3000 sports researchers and practitioners from all over the world will participate in the congress, which has a […] Continue reading