The new Master Human-Centered Computing (HUC) is starting from SS14 and the Internet of Things Laboratory is offering the Master Project IOT for the students in the first and second semesters.
The IOT Master Project is the successor of the WMC2 Master Project (wmc2.reutlingen-university.de). In the new Master Project, more emphasis is being set on technologies around distributed devices for telematics and ambient assisted living. More information under Master Project .
Seville, 29-30th November 2013, the worksho AITA - Ambient Intelligence for Telemedicine and Automotive domains - aims to discuss leading edge contributions to the interdisciplinary research area of ambient intelligence (AmI) applied to the domains of telemedicine and driving assistance. AmI refers to human centered environments attributed with sensors. The development of AmI in the two application domains of the workshop shares several commonalities: the extensive usage of networked devices and sensors, the design of artificial intelligence algorithms for diagnosis, including recommendation systems and qualitative reasoning or the application of mobile and wireless communication to their distributed systems. Together with the presentation of common aspects of Ambient Intelligence, a further goal of the workshop is to stimulate synergies among both application domains and present examples. The telemedicine domain can benefit from methodologies in designing complex devices, real-time conform system design, audiovisual or computer vision system design used in automotive driving assistance. Furthermore, the automotive domain can benefit from the user-centric view, biometric sensor data design, multi-user data bases for aggregation and diagnosis using big data like used in telemedicine.
The workshop is co-organized by the IOTLAB of the Department of Computer Science at Reutlingen University.
Link to the workshop: AITA 2013
Here is the link to the videostream starting Friday (9:00-19:30 CET).
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