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PS deligation in ICTurkey  
On 27 Sep 2011, an International Partnering and Collaboration Event was organized by Pera on behalf of TÜBITAK, the Scientific & Technological Research Council of Turkey. In this event, Nirvana Meratnia and Aysegul Tüysüz Erman discussed with a number of Turkish organizations possible research and education collaborations.





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The third edition of W3 workshop was a success 
Pervasive Application of Wireless Technology workshop is a series of workshops which took place this year for the third time. The 3rd edition included invited talks from prof. Torsten Braun from the University of Bern in Switzerland and dr. Maria Lijding from Smart Signs solutions B.V. in the Netherlands. The workshop was supported by the SRO WISE and three research groups of CTIT, namely Design and Analysis of Communication Systems (DACS), Computer Architecture for Embedded Systems (CAES) and Pervasive Systems (PS).











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IS-ACTIVE project's nomination for AAL Forum Award 
The AAL Forum Award is intended to recognize the most promising project of the Ambient Assisted Living Joint Programme that demonstrates great promise in terms of innovation, human-centric approaches to development and market potential.

IS-ACTIVE project was selected as one of the four finalists for this award. The project presentation of the finalists projects were given on Monday, 26 Sep 2011.




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PS meets with representative of Computer Engineering Department of Bogazici University  
On 26 Sep, PS deligation met with networking research group of the university of Bogazici University to discuss possible collaborations in terms of education and research.







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SeaSTAR project appears in the UT news 
On 22 Sep, UT news publishes an article about the SeaSTAR project. In this article, the three Phd students working on the project are interviewed. SeaSTAR project is a STW funded project, which aims to develop core technologies for underwater monitoring platforms based on wireless sensor network technology and to build the first working demonstrator.

Full interview (in Dutch) can be found at:
http://www.utnieuws.nl/achtergrond/draa ... lige-haven




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