The University of Southampton

The ECS Centre for Internet of Things and Pervasive Systems (C-IoT) brings together interested researchers from across the School of Electronics and Computer Science and university. The Centre has research activities in a full spectrum of topics cutting across the full IoT system stack, from underpinning semiconductor and sensor devices, through to machine intelligence and data science.

  • 22 April 2021

    Pump-priming fund supports new strategic...

    ECS' cross-cutting strategic research centres (C-IoT, CMI and CHT) recently announced a lightweight call for small pump-priming activities in the areas of IoT, Machine Intelligence, and/or Health Technologies. Submitted proposals were evaluated by a panel comprising of the Heads of the three Cross-Cutting Centres, and assessed on their ability to maximise the impact of the limited funding. Proposals were particularly encouraged which incorporated new collaborations, and activities ultimately leading to the submission of larger research proposals. Three proposals were funded.

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  • 19 December 2020

    Tim Daulby wins Best Pitch Video Award at...

    Tim Daulby has won an award for presenting his work on intermittent computing at ENSsys 2020, the 8th International Workshop on Energy Harvesting & Energy-Neutral Sensing Systems.

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  • 11 August 2020

    Electronic engineering excellence honoured in...

    Outstanding Electronic and Electrical Engineering teaching at the University of Southampton has been recognised with a prestigious UK National Teaching Fellowship.

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  • C-IoT Publications

    Latest C-IoT Publications

    Exploring the effect of energy storage sizing on intermittent computing system performance - Jie Zhan, Geoff Merrett and Alexander Weddell
    Type: Article | 2021
    Coherently tunable metalens tweezers for optofluidic particle routing - Shengqi Yin, Fei He, Wakana Kubo, Qian Wang, James Frame, Nicolas Green and Xu Fang
    Type: Article | 2020
    On the integration of physically unclonable functions into ARM TrustZone security technology - Callum Aitchison, Roman Buckle, Alvin Ch'ng, Christian Clarke, Jacob Malley and Basel Halak
    Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2020 | IEEE | Item not available on this server.

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