[September 7, 2017] The official press release for MOSAIC awardees is out via ODNI.
Major Grant Award for $7.9M
[September 7, 2017] Under the direction of ND CSE Profs. Aaron Striegel (PI), Nitesh Chawla (co-PI), and Dong Wang (Senior Personnel), the University of Notre Dame has been awarded a $7.9M contract from the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Agency (IARPA). The research will involve advances in data fusion from wearables, smartphones, and social media to better understand performance in cognitively demanding workplaces. The work will involve instrumenting 750 working professionals over an entire year to create a landmark dataset for studying the myriad of factors that impact workplace performance.
WSBT Interview on Ransomware
[August 10, 2017] Brief interview with WSBT reporter Niko Burton about the recent upticks in ransomware.
Congratulations to Dr. Xueheng Hu!
[July 25, 2017] Congratulations to Dr. Xueheng Hu who successfully defended his Ph. D proposal!
New NSF Grants (and more)
[July 19th, 2017] Very excited to be starting two new NSF funded projects this fall, one work on rapid characterization of wireless performance and the other on time shifting content accesses for improved system performance.
Paper: Estimating Dining Hall Usage Using Bluetooth Low Energy Beacons
[July 11th, 2017] Congrats to Rachael Purta on her paper entitled “Estimating Dining Hall Usage Using Bluetooth Low Energy Beacons” that was accepted to the UbiMi workshop at Ubicomp 2017.
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Coming back soon from Dublin
My apologies to those whose e-mail got a bit delayed. I will be back to the US with a slated return for July 1st and things getting back in full gear on the 5th. Feel free to drop me a note at the office starting on the 5th and expect my response time to speed up significantly.
A huge thanks to the Dublin Summer Program staff which are simply amazing. Teaching over here in Ireland has been grand and it has been a phenomenal experience. Bit hectic with accreditation and spinning up a large grant but the scenery, people, and the craic are simply amazing. Over far too soon but look for some fantastic picture once I have a chance to download everything across the various cameras I have been taking pictures with.
Early Summer – Out to Dublin
(May 19, 2017) I will be out to the Dublin Summer Program teaching a class on the Internet of Things starting from May 20th and returning July 1st. Please be advised that my response time might grow significantly during this program but I will do my best to still try to send a timely response.
Paper: Discovering Places of Interest Using Sensor Data from Smartphones and Wearables
(May 10, 2017) Congrats to Chris Poellabauer’s student Sudip Vhaduri who led the efforts on a NetSense-based full paper for IEEE UIC (IEEE Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing 2017). The paper entitled “Discovering Places of Interest Using Sensor Data from Smartphones and Wearables” focuses on location clustering and leveraging nearby devices for improved location information. The paper draws from our past NetSense work using Bluetooth, WiFi, and GPS data. A nice work top off a fantastic PhD proposal earlier in the week by Sudip.
S. Vhaduri, C. Poellabauer, A. Striegel, O. Lizardo and D. Hachen, “Discovering Places of Interest Using Sensor Data from Smartphones and Wearables,” to appear in Proc. of IEEE UIC (Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing), 2017.
Course – Internet of Things
(May 7th, 2017) The materials for my summer course in Dublin on the Internet of Things (IoT) is now up and on-line at the following link. The course will focus on embedded systems (aka IoT) using the Raspberry Pi, several Raspberry Pi HATs, Python, and a few basic network operations. Look for the materials to be fully populated in the next few weeks.