Bio-inspired Wireless Sensor Information Systems: from complex measurements to percepts

The first workshop of the STINT-funded collaboration programme “bio-inspired computing and novel technology for tiny wireless sensor devices” took place at the Luleå University of Technology (LTU) on May 28 - 31, 2012. The workshop started with two days of public presentations at LTU, which mainly were given by Ph.D. students and young researchers. The final two days of the workshop focused on group work and roundtable discussions.

The theme of the workshop – “from complex measurements to percepts” – concerns the transformation of sensor data to useful information in complex wireless sensor systems, and how we can address that challenge with bio-inspired and cognitive computational principles. How should information be represented and processed in large-scale heterogeneous sensor systems? How should information about the physical environment be encoded and processed at the device level? What are the key scientific problems, and how do we envision a strategically important and useful approach? The goal of this interdisciplinary workshop was to discuss such questions, to outline a roadmap for the collaboration, and to define a plan for how to proceed in the near future.




Fredrik Sandin, EISLAB, Luleå University of Technology

Towards networked sensor systems with cognitive qualities

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Blerim Emruli, EISLAB, Luleå University of Technology

Analogical mapping with sparse distributed memory

[ /cms_fs/1.94672!/file/Blerim_Emruli.pdf]

Asad Khan, Clayton School of Information Technology, Monash University, Australia

Event detection in WSN

[ /cms_fs/1.94672!/file/Asad_Khan.pdf]

Alexander Senior, Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering, Monash University, Australia

Distributed Pattern Recognition in Wireless Sensor Networks

[ /cms_fs/1.94672!/file/Alexander_Senior.pdf]

Amir Basirat, Clayton School of Information Technology, Monash University, Australia

Associative Data Schemes for Cloud Computing

[ /cms_fs/1.94672!/file/Amir_Basirat.pptx]

Rumen Kyusakov, EISLAB, Luleå University of Technology

Application layer technologies for WSN - trends & challenges

[ /cms_fs/1.94672!/file/Rumen_Kyusakov.pdf]

Anang Hudaya, Computer & Information Sciences, PETRONAS University of Technology, Malaysia

UTP & Intelligent Cities

[ /cms_fs/1.94672!/file/Anang_Hudaya.pdf]

Jonas Gustafsson, EISLAB, Luleå University of Technology

WSN as a tool to support increased energy efficiency

[ /cms_fs/1.94672!/file/Jonas_Gustafsson.pdf]

Jan van Deventer, EISLAB, Luleå University of Technology

WSN applications in transport and energy

[ /cms_fs/1.94672!/file/Jan_van_Deventer.pdf]

Giacomo Indiveri, Institute of Neuroinformatics, University and ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Neuromorphic VLSI Event-Based devices and systems

[ /cms_fs/1.94672!/file/Giacomo_Indiveri.pdf]

Elisabetta Chicca, Center of Excellence Cognitive Interaction Technology, Bielefeld University, Germ

Emergent auditory feature tuning in a real-time neuromorphic VLSI system

[ /cms_fs/1.94672!/file/Elisabetta_Chicca.pdf]

Jonny Johansson, EISLAB, Luleå University of Technology

ASIC design at EISLAB

[ /cms_fs/1.94672!/file/Jonny_Johansson.pdf]

Simon Thompson, EISLAB, Luleå University of Technology

PCB integrated photovoltaics

[ /cms_fs/1.94672!/file/Simon_Thompson.pdf]

Jens Eliasson, EISLAB, Luleå University of Technology

Recent trends in electronics for WSNsRecent trends in electronics for WSNs

[ /cms_fs/1.94672!/file/Jens_Eliasson.pdf]


This workshop was funded by The Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education (STINT), institutional grant IG2011-2025.

Publicerad: 27 juni 2012


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