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Ramon Schwartz successfully defended his doctoral thesis  
On 22 November 2013, Ramon Schwartz successfully defended his doctoral thesis entitled "Data dissemination in vehicular environments”. The research has been performed under supervision of Prof. Paul Havinga (promotor) and ir. Hans Scholten (assistant promotor).
Thesis can be found at: http://eprints.eemcs.utwente.nl/23992/





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EIT connected textile workshop in Helsinki 
On 18-19 November 2013, the EIT connected textile project organized a workshop in Helsinki. In this workshop the results of the one year project were presented and lectures about patenting were given.






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Invited talk at ISN 2013 
On 12 November 2013, Paul Havinga gave an invited talk at the Intelligent Sensor Network conference (ISN 2013) in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. The title of his talk was “Wireless, Self-Powered Vibration Monitoring and Control for Complex Industrial Systems”.




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PS particpates in presenting the FP7 Sunrise project during ICT 2013 in Vilnius 
On 6-8 November 2013, the ICT 2013 conference took place in Vilnius in Lithuania. PS participated in presenting the Sunrise project and showcasing its newly developed underwater sensor node.





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Kick-off meeting of Sunrise project 
On 31 Oct 2013, Sunrise project held its kick-off meeting in Rome. The SUNRISE project objectives are to develop (i) federated underwater communication networks, based on pilot infrastructure already designed, built and deployed by consortium partners, in diverse environments (Mediterranean, Ocean, Black Sea, Lakes, Canals), web-accessible and interfaced with existing FIRE facilities to experiment with Future Internet technologies, (ii) a software-defined open-architecture modem and protocol stack that will empower open collaborative developments, (iii) standard platforms for simulation, emulation and replay testing to estimate underwater communication networks at a fraction of time, cost, complexity of current at-sea experiments, validated by tests conducted on the SUNRISE networks over a variety of applications and environments, and (iv) a user-friendly interface for diverse users to interact with SUNRISE systems to conduct trials and benefit from databases of underwater Internet of Things performance data gathered over long periods from the SUNRISE infrastructure.




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