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1 Ubiquitous Computing Paul Havinga & Hans Scholten {havinga, Wk 13/18: SP3 Wk 22/25: LA2520

2 Introductions Instructors –Paul Havinga INF 4090 –Hans Scholten INF 4078 Guest speakers for colloquia Groups!

3 From PC centric to ….. Centered around a general-purpose processor with memory and a shared bus Bus interface Shared bus PCI / USB Device 1Device 2 CPU Device N

4 … to network centric …. LAN Internet PC LAN PC LAN

5 … to consumer post-PC world (ubiquitous computing)

6 Motivation for the course Computing is spreading –Move to anytime/anywhere –True ubiquity of service Information Support Where are we? Where are we heading? ….

7 Course Objectives Understand important historical precedents Identify critical technologies Obtain necessary research skills

8 Format This is a research course, so you must contribute –In lectures –Going in depth on some topics –By teaching others “how to” –By working together on doing research –By disseminating the results in a paper and a presentation

9 Course concepts Introduction in various aspects of Ubiquitous Computing Group research project Colloquia by experts on various subjects –Selected Panel studies subject, and prepares questions Workshop with presentations of research results and tutorials

10 Weeks 1-3 Introduction Self study –Read call for papers –Explore the field –Form a group (3-6 students) –Select potential research topic Formulate research problem and hypothesis CAPUT: Formulate subject for survey

11 Week 2 Colloquium: –Research methodology (Hans Heerkens)

12 Week 3 Prepare minute presentation for week 4 –Introduction in research topic –What is the problem –What is the hypothesis –How will the problem be tackled CAPUT: 6/7 MIZ (Hanneke Becht)

13 Week 4 Group presents research topic and plan –10-15 minutes max! Discussion with group Group finalizes plan and submits by to lecturers CAPUT: Prepare minute presentation for week 5 CTIT Symposium

14 Week 5 CAPUT: 6/7 Group presents research topic and plan –10-15 minutes max! Discussion with group Group finalizes plan and submits by to lecturers

15 Week 7 Progress meeting with individual groups

16 Weeks 3-8 Do the research/survey –Lecturers are available in second hour after each colloquium –Write short progress report (submit weekly) –Literature study –Ask for help when needed! Results –Not known on beforehand ! –New protocol or architecture –Simulations or prototype –Show trade-offs and consequences of decisions and environment –Compare with other related research Colloquia…

17 Week 8 Deadline papers and surveys Prepare final presentation for workshop

18 Week 9 Workshop –Keynote presentation –Paper presentations –Tutorials

19 WkWk DATESUBJECTUbCCAPUT 1March 25 Introduction 2April 1Research Methodology 3April 8Presentation HN and WSNextra: 6/7 MIZ (Hanneke Becht) 4April 15Presentations groupsState-of-the-art (15 min/group) Presence imperative 4April 16CTIT Symposium (13.00 – 18.00) Presence imperative 5April 22Presentation TBAExtra: 6 Presentation framework 6April 29Presentation TBA 7May 26Progress meeting (individual groups) By appointment 7May 27Presentation TBA 8June 3Presentation TBA 8June 3DeadlinePaperSurvey 9June 10WorkshopPaper presentationTutorial presentation 10June 17Resit (herkanzing)

20 Colloquia Selected panel –Prepares topic –Prepares questions for expert Schedule can be found on: Obligatory –Notify lecturers on beforehand when unable to attend

21 Student requirements and grading Research topic, hypothesis and plan10% Panel10% Research result and paper 70% Presentation10% When paper has publication potential, and is accepted for publication, the result will become a 10 !

22 This class is a work in progress Your input can help guide the course Lecturers don’t know everything Lecturers like research on: –Home networking TEAHA, SCOTT) –Smart sensor networks (Eyes, Smart Surroundings, Featherlight)


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