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Feb 08 2019
Wearable and IoT devices increasingly use high-rate sensors such as IMUs, microphones, and cameras that operate at ultra-low power budgets between tens of microwatts and a few milliwatts in always-on mode. Deepak Ganesan, Professor,... +
Feb 08 2019
Wearable sensors offer tremendous opportunities for accelerating biomedical discovery, and improving population-scale health and wellness. There is a growing appetite for health analytics - we are no longer content with wearables that count steps... +
Feb 01 2019
This year the IMDEA Institutes are also contributing to the activities being held all over the world to celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. The goal... +
Jan 30 2019
The cloud is not just merely moving some machines from one location to a far remote location. It should also mean change in the way we work with computing resources to perform our research. Israel Herraiz, Google, Madrid, Spain 22... +
Jan 30 2019
A broad range of research areas including Internet measurement, privacy, and network security rely on lists of target domains to be analysed; researchers make use of target lists for reasons of necessity or efficiency. Julien Gamba, PhD... +
Jan 21 2019
Edge computing provides a new way to implement services with many unique advantages. In this talk, we will explore the “roaming" edge of the Internet in vehicles. Suman Banerjee, Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA; Visiting... +
Dec 07 2018
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems require an enormous amount of sensor data. The data sensed by the vehicle’s onboard sensors is often not sufficient due to physical limitations. Thus, vehicles exchange Floating Car Data with each other to... +
Nov 16 2018
Artificial intelligence and machine learning, particularly in its latest incarnation of deep learning, can act as a powerful amplifying factor for almost any application or research topic. Lotzi Bölöni, Professor of Computer Science,... +
Nov 16 2018
We often talk in capital letters about the Internet as a single system, unified by standardized protocols and supported by extensive and expensive infrastructure. Damla Turgut, Charles Millican Professor of Computer Science, University of... +
Oct 23 2018
Beamforming is vital to overcome the high attenuation in wireless millimeter-wave networks. It enables nodes to steer their antennas in the direction of communication. Joan Palacios, PhD Student, IMDEA Networks, Madrid, Spain 25 October... +

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