A I R Lab
Ambient Intelligence Research lab
Open House / Day Workshop
Friday June 11, 2010
From Sensor Networks to Smart Environments and Social Media
For an overview of the aims and scope of the workshop visit here.
List of participating academic and industry labs:
- Academia: Univ. of Trento (Italy), Univ. of Twente (Netherlands), Peking Univ. (China), Univ. of Verona (Italy), UC Merced (USA), Stanford Univ. (USA)
- Industry: Akiira Media Systems, Cinematico, Facebook, FXPAL, Google, HP Labs, Honda Research, Intel Research, Microsoft Research, NEC Lab, Nokia Research, Omron, Panasonic Lab, Percipo, Ricoh Innovations, Sony Electronics
- 09:30 -- 09:40 Welcome
- 09:40 -- 10:40 AM Session I
- 10:40 -- 11:00 Coffee Break
- 11:00 -- 12:00 AM Session II
- 12:00 -- 12:30 AM Panel (For a sample set of topics see below.)
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- 12:30 -- 13:40 Lunch Session
- 13:40 -- 14:00 Break
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- 14:00 -- 15:00 PM Session I
- 15:00 -- 15:20 Coffee Break
- 15:20 -- 16:35 PM Session II
- 15:20 -- 15:35 Rong Yan, Facebook, USA: Large-Scale Challenges in Data Mining and Multimedia at Facebook
- 15:35 -- 15:50 Xu Liu, Ricoh Innovations, USA: Related paper and poster (CVPR 2010 Workshop on on Mobile Vision), and project site for: Mobile Visual Search, Linking Printed Documents to Digital Media
- 15:50 -- 16:05 Ming-Hsuan Yang, UC Merced, USA: Traffic Pattern Modeling and Prediction with Sensor Networks
- 16:05 -- 16:20 Goose Manriquez, Cinematico, USA: Website for: A Cinematico Presentation
- 16:20 -- 16:35 Mehran Farimani, Percipo, USA: The Age of Perception
- 16:35 -- 17:20 PM Panel (For a sample set of topics see below.)
- 17:20 -- 17:30 Closing
Possible issues to consider addressing during the panel discussions include:
- Where do you think your field / topic of investigation may go from here?
- What technology trends do you see most relevant / useful for shaping your future research or development?
- What do you see as the major challenges in creating new applications in this field?
- Where do you see opportunities for collaboration?
- How can / should the industry and academia work together to transfer some of these concepts to useful applications for the public?
Due to space limitations attending this event is by invitation only. Please see contact information below.
Email aghajan AT stanford DOT edu
Visit Wireless Sensor Networks Lab and Ambient Intelligence Research Lab for an overview of our lab's research topics.
A I R Lab
David Packard Building Room 370