Created on Thursday, 25 April 2013
Seven different publications and presentations have been recently contributed by different members of the EnHANTs project:
- Institute for Data Sciences and Engineering (IDSE) Inaugural Symposium: John Sarik presented a poster titled "EnHANTs: A New Approach to Pervasive Tagging and Sensing" at the newly created Institute for Data Sciences and Engineering at Columbia University. [Accompanying Poster]
- Microsoft Research: Maria Gorlatova presented the EnHANTs project and the associated research contributions to the overall space of networking ultra-low-power energy harvesting nodes: environmental energy characterizations, energy harvesting adaptive algorithms, and testbed design and development. [Accompanying Video]
- Centre Tecnològic de TElecomunicacions de Catalunya (CTTC): Robert Margolies presented work on the design and experimental evaluation of Energy Harvesting Active Networked Tags testbed. The presentation followed the paper presented at the INFOCOM 2013 mini-conference.
- ACM ITiCSE'13: A paper titled "Project-based Learning within a Large-scale Interdisciplinary Research Effort" has been accepted to ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ACM ITiCSE'13). This paper by Maria Gorlatova and John Sarik describes the EnHANTs project experience in engaging over 50 students in over 115 interdisciplinary research projects, and summarizes lessons learned.
- IEEE ITA'13: Professor Gil Zussman presented the work on performance evaluations of energy harvesting adaptive algorithms at IEEE Information Theory and Applications Workshop (IEEE ITA'13) in San Diego, CA.
- IEEE INFOCOM'13 mini-conference: A paper describing the EnHANTs testbed, titled "Prototyping Energy Harvesting Active Networked Tags (EnHANTs)", was presented at the IEEE INFOCOM'13 mini-conference in Turin, Italy.
- CUSJ 2013 Spring Symposium: Mina Cong gave a poster and an oral presentation at the 2013 Columbia Undergraduate Science Journal Spring Undergraduate Research Symposium. She presented her contributions on the kinetic energy availability studies, speaking about motion patterns and energy availability for common human activities. Out of over 40 posters accepted to the Symposium, Mina's was one of only 4 chosen for an oral presentation.