PhD students studying computer science, interaction design, or other related area, are now welcome to enroll in the Internet of Things and People PhD course.
The IOTAP seminars are open for everybody and for PhD students it is possible to follow the seminar series in terms of a PhD course as explained below (please contact Paul Davidsson if you wish to join the course).
Seminar Feb 20
João Bentes presents
Dos and Don’ts in Mobile Phone Sensing Middleware: Learning from a Large-Scale Experiment (open access)
Place: Niagara, room C0626
Most seminars have been documented in one form or another. Follow the links below.
- Aleksander Fabijan: Fog Computing: A Platform for Internet of Things and Analytics (PDF) – Jan. 30, 2017.
- David Cuartielles: Infrastructure studies meet platform studies in the age of Google and Facebook (video | PDF) – Jan. 16, 2017.
- Fahed Alkhabbas: Context Aware Computing for The Internet of Things: A Survey (video | PDF) – Dec. 12, 2016
- Anuradha Reddy: Designing in the IoT Era: Role and perspectives in design practices (video | PDF) – Nov. 14, 2016.
- David Cuartielles: Alternative Network Deployments: Taxonomy, Characterization, Technologies, and Architectures (PDF) – Oct. 24, 2016
- Joseph Bugeja: Towards a Usable Framework for Modelling Security and Privacy Risks in the Smart Home (video | PDF) – Oct. 10, 2016
- ZhiZhong Ma: The Network Architecture Designed for an Adaptable IoT-based Smart Office Solution (PDF) – Sep. 26, 2016
- Fahed Alkhabbas: SIoT: Giving a Social Structure to the Internet of Things (video | PDF) – Sep. 5, 2016
- Banafsheh Hajinasab-Razlighi: Pervasive Technology and Public Transport: Opportunities Beyond Telematics (PDF) – Jun. 13, 2016
- Anuradha Reddy: From “smart objects” to “social objects”: The next evolutionary step of the internet of things (video | PDF) – Apr. 25, 2016
- Fredrik Ohlin: A Lived Informatics Model of Personal Informatics (video | PDF) – Apr. 11, 2016
- Brian Katumba: Designing for End-User Development in the Internet of Things (video | PDF) – Mar. 14, 2016
- Joseph Bugeja: A Survey on Internet of Things: Security and Privacy Issues (video | PDF) – Feb. 29, 2016
- Aleksander Fabijan: Designing Business Models in the Era of Internet of Things: Towards a Reference Framework (video | PDF) – Feb. 15, 2016
- David Cuartielles: Papers from the IoT course at K3 (audio | PDF) – Feb. 1, 2016
- Shahram Jalaliniya: A Magic Lens and Smarter Objects (video | PDF) – Jan. 18, 2016
- Joseph Bugeja: On the Security and Privacy of Internet of Things Architectures and Systems (video | PDF) – Dec. 14, 2015
- David Cuartielles: Device democracy: Saving the future of the Internet of Things (video) – Nov. 20, 2015
- Banafsheh Hajinasab-Razlighi: Micro-Navigation for Urban Bus Passengers: Using the Internet of Things to Improve the Public Transport Experience (video) – Nov. 16, 2015
- Brian Katumba: Internet of Things (IoT): A vision, architectural elements, and future directions (audio) – Nov. 2, 2015
- Shahram Jalaliniya: A Situative Space Model for Mobile Mixed-Reality Computing (audio | PDF) – Oct. 19, 2015
- Anuradha Reddy: “Everybody knows what you’re doing”: a critical design approach to personal informatics (no documentation) — Oct. 5, 2015
- Dr Alessandro Checco: Towards a private recommender system (no documentation) – Sep. 21, 2015
- Aleksander Fabijan: Internet of Things in Industries: A Survey (video) – Sep. 7, 2015
- Fredrik Ohlin: The Human Face of the Data-Driven Society (video) – Aug. 24, 2015
All articles that have been presented and discussed (available to MAH staff only)
How do I sign up for the PhD course?
PhD students enroll by emailing the course responsible Paul Davidsson (still open for registrations)
no later than August 21, August 17, 2015.
What kind of course is it?
It is based on the presentation and discussion of scientific articles relevant for IOTAP. Articles can be suggested to the course responsible who decides whether it is appropriate or not. The articles should preferably be relevant to all three IOTAP research areas (i.e. Interaction Technology, User-centered Development, and Embedded Intelligence). The PhD student then selects an article from the pool of approved articles. At the seminar, the student presents the article (about 20 mins) and then a joint discussion follows (about 25 mins). The article to be presented and discussed will be made available at least one week in advance.
What are the criteria for passing?
To pass the PhD course (5 credits), the student needs to present at least two articles and actively participate in at least ten seminars.
What will I learn?
The course contributes to the objective of demonstrating profound and current specialist knowledge within a delimited research area. The course also aims to develop the student’s ability to orally, with authority, present and discuss research and research results.
After completing the course, the student should have an understanding of current research questions in the Internet of Things field; have knowledge about the research areas Interaction Technology, User-centered Development, and Embedded Intelligence; and be able to orally present and discuss issues within the area in an informed way.
» Pool of articles to choose from – currently empty, please contribute by sending the article to course responsible (will only be available for MAH staff; if you’re not staff, contact course responsible).
» Contact Paul Davidsson (course responsible) to learn more