Design and deploy your own IoT solutions in the beautiful environment of Palic Lake, run experiments on the SmartSantander framework and learn how to use WSN in environments like Donana natural reserve! Learn about the latest achievements in the field of IoT from the experts coming from the EU FP7 projects SmartSantander, Planet, IoT6 and SocIoTal! Join us, have fun, meet peers and experienced researchers, expand your network of contacts.
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Heterogeneous networks of sensors and unmanned vehicles open avenues for a class of novel applications. Tasks ranging from environmental monitoring to user support within emergency-response scenarios require fundamental and multidisciplinary research, typically spanning Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering topics in robotics, control, communication, and middleware. While the first two summer schools of this series concentrated on research problems within these different domains, this year the focus is on the combination of all involved areas in the context of real-world scenarios. This is tackled by an array of devices ranging from inexpensive, tiny, low power sensor nodes, through unmanned autonomous vehicles to resource rich and powerful command stations. Such a heterogeneity in communication mechanisms, processing capabilities, and inherent mobility of the different devices constitutes a so-called Mixed-Mode Environment.
This international summer school surveys research areas in the domain of Mixed-Mode Environments and targets to identify novel opportunities and research directions. The lectures will be held by renowned speakers from academia and industry.
The summer school will also provide an excellent opportunity to get in contact with known researchers working in this field, to meet distinguished scholars, and to establish contacts that may lead to research collaborations in the future.
As a special novelty, this year’s program will include a “Mixed-Mode-Challenge” across the school attendees. During the week, all participants will have the opportunity to work together in small groups and develop solutions for an interdisciplinary task involving mobile robots and stationary sensors nodes. First, the groups will validate their approaches in simulation and finally transfer them to real hardware. It is intended to use TurtleBots for the evaluation. The group with the best performing approach will be awarded a special prize.
The intended audience are young researchers and PhD students from universities and industrial laboratories around the world. As the number of attendees is limited, prospective participants should apply online providing a brief description of their research.
The summer school registration fee is 450 Euro. All rooms are shared between two people.
The summer school will take place in the historical Castle Ebernburg. The registration fee includes accommodation at Castle Ebernburg, all meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee breaks), several social events and all study materials.
The summer school is organized by the Research Training Group Cooperative, Adaptive and Responsive Monitoring in Mixed Mode Environments, funded by the German Research Foundation, DFG, under grant GRK 1362.
Application deadline: June 25, 2012
Summer school: July 22-27, 2012
More info here.
The 7th Summer School on IoT/M2M and Applications of Smart and Connected Devices, senZations’12, takes place September 3 – September 7, 2012, in Drvengrad, Serbia. The senZations summer school has become an annual event on the agenda of young researchers in Europe. Covering a range of novel topics from wireless sensor networks to M2M to Internet of Things and their applications with support of excellent lecturers and senior researchers from academy and industry, the senZations have attracted more than 300 students during the past six events.
Design and deploy your own IoT/M2M solutions in the magical environment of Drvengrad and run experiments on the SmartSantander framework! Learn about the latest achievements in the field of IoT and M2M from the experts coming from the EU FP7 projects EXALTED, LOLA, HOBNET and SmartSantander! Join us, have fun, meet peers and experienced researchers, expand your network of contacts.
The aim of the summer school is to:
- Run experiments on SmartSantander framework including a live deployment in Drvengrad
- Present the latest results, trends, activities and applications in the IoT and M2M domain
- Identify novel research opportunities, important challenges and research directions
- Demonstrate existing prototypes and demos – and implement new ones!
- Interact with experienced researchers and establish new contacts
- Have fun and enjoy the beauty of the Serbian mountains while acquiring new skills and expertise
More info here.
The senZations summer school has become an annual event on the agenda of young researchers in Europe. Covering a range of novel topics from wireless sensor networks to M2M to Internet of Things and their applications with support of excellent lecturers and senior researchers from academy and industry, the senZations have attracted more than 200 students during the past four events. Internet of Things is regarded as one of the top ten technologies that will impact the future life style and industrial products.
The aim of the summer school is to:
* Present the latest results, trends, activities and applications in the IoT domain
* Identify novel research opportunities, important challenges and research directions
* Demonstrate existing prototypes and demos
* Interact with experienced researchers and establish new contacts
* Have fun and enjoy while acquiring new skills and expertise
The summer school will last for 5 days and will feature a number of different activities:
* Lectures: Each day will feature lectures and discussions around a various research themes like 6loWPAN and IETF activities on COAP, Security in IoT, European activities on IoT and SENSEI framework, M2M services in mobile networks, SENSEI pan-European test bed, WSN Implementation for Intelligent Buildings, Sensor placement and energy optimization in green buildings of the future internet and building mobile applications for interaction with sensors.
Lecturers (TBC) include: Antoine Fraboulet (INSA Lyon), Alex Gluhak (Uni of Surrey), Stephan Haller (SAP), Srdjan Krco (Ericsson), Sotiris Nikoletseas (CTI Patras), Antonio Ruzelli (UCD), Zach Shelby (Sensinode), Konrad Wrona (NATO C3 Agency).
* Participants Workshop: All participants will have an opportunity to present their own work and involvement in the field.
* Soft skills: working in teams and presentation skills exercises
* Social activities: One day is scheduled for an excursion; a dinner party as well as other interesting social activities will be also organized.
The summer school will take place in Rijeka, Croatia.
REGISTRATION, COSTS and TRAVELING
Participation is open to all qualified applicants, but the number of participants is limited to a maximum of 40. If we receive more applications, we will select participants based on their work area and background, geographic distribution, and date of registration.
To apply, please fill in the form available at http://www.senzations.net/ or send an e-mail including name, contact information, research area and background to local organizers.
The registration fee of EUR300 includes participation at all school activities, school material, accommodation in two bed rooms in a student house, breakfasts, lunches, a gala dinner and a social event (excursion to Istria).
Application deadline: July 01, 2010
Srdjan Krco, Ericsson
Konrad Wrona, NATO C3 Agency
The deadline for the 1st International UBI Summer School held May 31st-June 4th in Oulu, Finland, has just been extended to April 30th. This summer school is highly recommended for those doing MSc or Phd work related to ubiquitous networks and computing, and consists of 6 top-notch workshops:
This summer school kicks off the UBI Challenge which encourages design, implementation and deployment of novel ubiquitous applications on the city of Oulu’s outstanding display and sensor network infrastructure. This will include a city wide deployment of 6LoWPAN 2.4 GHz and Sub-GHz access points! More info here.
Participants to the CONET SENIOT Summer School held in Bertinoro, Italy, this summer had the opportunity to attend an interesting hands-on session with basic exercises with the Contiki Operating System for WSN. Material from the course is available online, you could download the slides from the presentation and session notes. The material is self consistent so you could try it out too!
Contiki, developed mostly at SICS since 2003, has reached a level of stability that is interesting to explore further and it also has a growing community of users. Earlier this month, two new ports were made avaialbe: Crosbow MicaZ and Sensinode, besides other platforms already supported.
Everything Contiki available here