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Members

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    Stephan Sigg Stephan is working on device-free RF-based activity recognition, usable security and low-power distributed computation. His further interests cover distributed beamforming among sensor nodes and pro-active context computing.

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    Muneeba Raja Muneeba's research interests cover RF-based device-free activity recognition, in particular sentiment-indicators.

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    Le Ngu Nguyen Le's research interests include usable security (e.g. audio-based device pairing or image-based user authentication), and machine learning applications in pervasive computing (e.g. sport activity analysis).

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    Bahareh Gholampooryazdi With a strong background on signal processing, Bahareh is working on activity recognition from Device-Free RF-based systems.

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    Dinesh Hyaunmikha Dinesh is focusing on support systems for lean construction management, in particular, IoT and smart sensing.

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    Niklas Strengell Niklas is considering machine learning support and various modalities for the recognition of affect. In particular, he is interested in transfer learning for attitudes, sentiment, mood, emotion and feelings.

Visitors

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    Flora Salim Flora Salim is a Senior Lecturer at RMIT University. Her research interests are human mobility and behaviour analytics, context and activity recognition, and urban intelligence. Her research in spatio-temporal data analytics, context recognition and behaviour recognition and prediction from sensor data has been evaluated across multiple projects, such as indoor monitoring and analytics in university and retail environments, driving behaviour recognition, road risk analysis, and passenger movement analysis in airports.

Former Guests

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    Jingyuan Cheng Jingyuan is working on ubiquitous / pervasive computing including both wearable computing and ambient intelligence. Her group specially focuses on novel sensing/feedback modalities and their corresponding application in human related areas like healthcare, sport, daily activity recognition, crowd monitoring, human computer interaction and etc.

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    Lars Wolf Lars is the head of the Research Group of Connected and Mobile Systems at TU-Braunschweig, Germany. His work is evolving around several aspects of connected and mobile systems, especially in the network and transport layer and specifically towards the treatment of time-critical media.

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    Moe Matsuki Moe is working together with Professor Sozo Inoue at Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan. Her research interest include unsupervised automatic learning as natural language processing for activity.

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    Sozo Inoue Sozos is an associate professor in Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan. His research interests include human activity recognition with smart phones, and healthcare application of web/pervasive/ubiquitous systems. Currently he is working on verification studies in real field applications, and collecting and providing a large-scale open dataset for activity recognition, such as a mobile accelerator dataset with about 35,000 activity data from more than 200 subjects, nurses' sensor data combined with 100 patients' sensor data and medical records, and 34 households' light sensor data set for 4 months combined with smart meter data.

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    Takuya Maekawa Takuyas research interests include Wearable/Ubiquitous Sensing, Activity Recognition, Lifelogging and Web Contents Engineering. His recent projects aim to recognize high-level activity recognition by focusing on objects that a user is using with her hands and provision of sensor data obtained in ubiquitous sensor environment in user-friendly formatted web content.

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    Kazuya Ohara Kazuyas research interest includes device-free passive recognition of daily life events. He is a student in Takuya Maekawas group and recently considering to recognize high-level activity by focusing on objects that a user is using with her hands.

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    Dominik Schuermann Dominiks research interests include unobtrusive security in distributed systems and applied cryptography in general. His current interests focus on Security in Delay-Tolerant Networking, Anonymity in decentralized networks, MiM detection in key exchange algorithms (Autenticated Key Exchange (AKE), ZRTP), Unobtrusive security using context information, Usable security with OpenPGP

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    Arne Brüsch Arne is working towards automatic pairing from correlations in on-body-device sensors. His research interests cover Information System, Usable Security, Text mining and Machine Learning

Alumni

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    Martin Nieva -- external Martin's research work focuses assistive systems for disabled, in particular vision-replacement solutions.

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    Shuyu Shi -- external Shuyu's research interests focus on mobile and ubiquitous computing, in particular passive indoor localization and activity recognition with RF signals, implicit visual communication with commodity electronic devices and rendezvous in cognitive radio networks. Shuyu has now joined the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.

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    Tugberk Akdogan Tukberg works on ad-hoc secure device pairing of on-body devices, in particular, magnetometer sensing

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