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Our Upcoming Events

The Centre for Internet of Things and Pervasive Systems organises a wide range of events for both internal and external audiences. Details of our upcoming events are provided below.

Biomedical Sensor

An Afternoon on Sensors for IoT, 2019/20 (tentative)

We are planning on organising an event on sensors for the internet of things. The event will feature presentations from both academics and industry, and be open to anyone to attend. More information will appear here in due course.

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Stroke Rehabilitation in ECS

An Afternoon on Connected Healthcare, 2019/20 (tentative)

We are planning an event on connected healthcare. The event will feature presentations from both academics and industry, and be open to anyone to attend. More information will appear here in due course.

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Our Upcoming Seminars

The Centre organisers a regular seminar programme; upcoming talks are listed below:

There are no forthcoming events currently listed.

Want to hear about our future events?

To find out about our future events, register an interest or contact us.

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Our Past Events

Information on events that we have previously organised is included below, including downloadable materials where available. If you have attended one of our past events, we would value your feedback.

The Centre has run the following events:

Management Group Away Day, 25/April/2019

The C-IoT Management Group held an away day to reflect on the Centre's strategy for research, external engagement and education. 13 members of the Management Group attended, and discussions helped to shape the future Centre's future direction.

IoT Research Showcase, 05/April/2019

As part of FEPS Research Week, the Centre organised a poster event showcasing IoT research across the Faculty. 30 posters were presented, and around 70 researchers attended to find out more about IoT research in the Faculty.

An Afternoon on IoT for Smart Cities, 06/March/2019

This afternoon event on IoT technologies for Smart Cities included 9 presentations from both academics and industry, along with 7 supporting posters. We had around 70 attendees including university staff, students and external visitors.

A PhD in IoT?, 20/Feb/2019

The Centre held a short afternoon event on PhD research into IoT in ECS. With short talks and an opportunity for discussions with staff and PhD students, attendees found out more about supervisors, topics, funding, experiences, etc.

C-IoT Hackathon, 04/Sept/2018

The Centre ran an internal 'hackathon' to bring together researchers in ECS with interests in IoT/Pervasive Systems to stimulate collaboration.

An Afternoon on IoT Security, 03/July/2018

This afternoon event on the topic of IoT Security included 11 presentations from both academics and industry, along with supporting posters and demonstrations. We had over 70 attendees including university staff, students and external visitors.

C-IoT Poster Event, 26/June/2018

The C-IoT organised an afternoon networking event for IoT researchers across ECS. 24 reseachers presented posters on topics ranging from nanotechnology to networking, and power efficiency to privacy. Over 50 attendees visited to find out more.

Intelligent IoT Workshop, 24/May/2018

This workshop, jointly organised between the C-IoT, CMI, and ASSET research project combined oral and poster presentations focussing on AI and IoT technologies, and in particular on research aimed at tackling safety and security issues.

Our Past Seminars

Details of our past seminars are listed below:

Our Reading Groups

The Centre hosts a number of interdisciplinary reading groups, cutting across ECS’ research groups. These meet regularly to discuss papers, new research and ideas, and potential opportunities for collaboration. If you are a researcher in ECS and would like to join one of the reading groups, please follow the links below to find out more.

Self-Powered Compute

Wind-powered IoT device
Self-powered computing research

This reading group, for interested PhD students and postdocs, explores the challenges surrounding performing compute on IoT systems powered from environmental or scavenged energy.

This C-IoT reading group is coordinated by Dr Oktay Cetinkaya. You can visit www.transient.ecs.soton.ac.uk to find out more about the research field.

If you are a member of the University of Southampton, click the link below to visit the reading group website to find out more (you will need to login with your University credentials).

IoT Security

IoT end nodes
Hardware PUFs for secure network authentication

This reading group, for interested PhD students and postdocs, covers the challenges of providing a secure, private and trustable Internet of Things. Discussions take both hardware and software perspectives.

This C-IoT reading group is coordinated by Dr Basel Halak.

If you are a member of the University of Southampton, click the link below to visit the reading group website to find out more (you will need to login with your University credentials).

Smart Energy Systems

MyJoulo
The MyJoulo energy advice system

This reading group, for interested PhD students and postdocs, provides a community for researchers interested in smart energy systems, across sensing systems, security and negotiation, and machine intelligence.

This C-IoT reading group is coordinated by Dr Federico Lombardi.

If you are a member of the University of Southampton, click the link below to visit the reading group website to find out more (you will need to login with your University credentials).

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