2016 Summer School on « Internet of Things & Sustainability » organised by PERCCOM

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Faculté des Sciences et Technologies de Nancy

Université de Lorraine – France

13th – 22nd June 2016

For participating in this event, please fill the registration form

For additional information, please contact PERCCOM sercretariat

MONDAY, 13th JUNE 2016

Internet of Things & Sustainability

—– LECTURES (Amphi 5) —–

Pr. Arkady Zaslavsky

(Commonwealth Science and Industrial Research Organisation – Australia)

Slides are available here

9:00 – 10:30: Introduction to Internet of Things

10:30 – 11:00:Coffee break, AIPL building

11:00 – 12:30: IoT and big data. IoT and sustainability

12:30 – 14:00: Lunch

14:00 – 16:00 :  Enabling technologies for IoT. Sensors and actuators. Wireless sensor networks

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TUESDAY, 14th JUNE 2016

Internet of Things & Sustainability

—– LECTURES (Amphi 5) —–

Pr. Arkady Zaslavsky

(Commonwealth Science and Industrial Research Organisation – Australia)

9:00 – 10:30: Context-awareness in the IoT

10:30 – 11:00:Coffee break, AIPL building

11:00 – 12:30: Context Service platform in bIoTope

12:30 – 14:00: Lunch

14:00 – 16:00 :  OpenIoT platform. Horizontal integration of IoT silos. IoT demos and use cases

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WEDNESDAY, 15th JUNE 2016 (9:00 – 17:00)

Internet of Things & Sustainability

—– WORKSHOP (AIPL, 112, 108) —–

How to implement IoT applications based on O-MI/O-DF standards (underlying bIoTope project) while taking into account environmental impact.

Dr Sylvain Kubler & Dr Jérémy Robert

(University of Luxembourg)

Dr Jean-Philippe Georges

(University of Lorraine)

General context: the bIoTope project
Slides: S. Kubler J. Robert
Ressources: Librairies Codes

bIoTope (Building an IoT OPen innovation Ecosystem for connected smart objects) is a RIA (Research and Innovation action) project funded by the Horizon 2020 programme, Call ICT30: Internet of Things and Platforms for Connected Smart Objects.

bIoTope lays the foundation for open innovation ecosystems, where companies can – with minimal investment – innovate by creating new Systems-of-Systems (SoS) platforms for connected smart objects. To achieve this goal, bIoTope provides the necessary standardised Open APIs to enable the publication, consumption and composition of heterogeneous information sources and services from across various platforms, including FI-WARE, OpenIoT, city dashboards, etc. This will foster new forms of co-creation of services ranging from simple data collection, processing, to context-driven, intelligent and self-adaptive support of consumers’ everyday work and life. bIoTope also establishes a governance roadmap for ecosystem orchestration to properly maintain, grow and sustain the socio-technical and business-wise bIoTope ecosystem.

bIoTope develops a dozen of smart city proofs-of-concept/pilots implemented in three distinct cities/regions, namely in Helsinki, Grand Lyon and Brussels Region.

Objective

At the AIPL computer classroom, the objective is to take full advantage of recent Open API standards for the IoT, namely the Open Messaging Interface (O-MI) and Open Data Format (O-DF) standards, in order to develop a smart network service proof-of-concept. In more concrete terms, it should allow any network device manufacturer to provide its customers (here, the AIPL) with innovative data analytic services (e.g., predictive maintenance services). To achieve this goal, a set of information (system uptime, temperature, power. etc.) from the network architecture have to be discovered and accessed by the manufacturer (e.g., via an on-line dashboard), thus enabling the prediction of maintenance or product disposal actions (and suggest to its customer), and so forth.This dashboard provides network administrators with new opportunities for monitoring, assessing and managing the overall health status of the network.

In a second part, the workshop will attempt to measure the environmental cost of such an IoT-based collecting platform. To do so, the students will use the GREENSPECTOR software that has been developed to help engineers to claim consistent savings (power, memory, hardware…) thanks to the optimization of the performance of applications. This tool is one of the core software for the Green Code Lab Challenge. Basically, the objective is here to improve theapplication/dashboard set up as specified in the previous paragraph (relying on the O-MI/O-DF standards), while considering green metrics.

 ProgramPlace: AIPL building

9:00 – 12:00

  • Overview on the bIoTope project & insights into theO-MI/O-DFstandardspecifications
  • Practical workshop: design of an IoT platform based on O-MI/O-DF

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14:00-17:00

  • Workshop: the environmental cost of the IoT platform
    • Presentation of the metrics provided by the GREENSPECTOR software
    • Evaluation of (non-optimized) software developed for the platform
    • Software eco-design : application of green patterns and good practices to mitigate the energy consumed by software applications and networks. Who will design the best applications?

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THURSDAY, 16th JUNE 2016

Internet of Things & Sustainability

—– Conference (Amphi 5) —–

Chair: Jari Porras, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland

9:00 – 9:15: Internet of Things & Sustainability, Eric Rondeau, University of Lorraine, France

9:15 – 9:45: IoT-enabled Localization and Navigation, Demetris Zeinalipour, University of Cyprus, Cyprus

9:45 – 10:15: Wireless sensor network to automate irrigation facility in combination with solar power, Mohammad Shahadat Hossain, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh

10:15 – 10:45 :  Coffee break, AIPL building

Chair: Andrei Rybin, ITMO University, Russia

10:45 – 11:15 :  Model-driven Analytics: The Case of Smart Grid, Yves Le Traon, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg.

11:15 – 11:45 :  Long term environmental impacts of IoT, Samuli Vaija & Alexandre Patrin Orange

11:45 – 12:15 :  Sustainable challenges of IoT, Valérie Schneider, Consultant in Sustainable development, France

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12:15 – 14:00: Lunch (Buffet organized by PERCCOM for staff only)

Chair: Arkady. Zaslavsky (CSIRO, Australia)

14:00 – 16:00 :  Intelligent Assets: Unlocking the circular economy potential, Anina Henggeler, Ellen Mac Arthur Foundation

16:00 – 16:30 :  Coffee break, AIPL building

Chair: Karl Andersson  (Lulea University of Technology, Sweden)

16:30 – 17:00 : IoT for smart, sustainable healthcare: a knowledge management framework, Frada Burstein, Monash University, Australia

17:00 – 17:30:Internet of Things & Accessibility, Mathieu Chevalier, Handisco, France

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FRIDAY, 17th JUNE 2016

Internet of Things & Smart cities

—– Conference (Amphi 5) —–

Chair: Ah-Lian Kor (Leeds Beckett University, UK))

9:00 – 9:40: SMARTBUY, H2020 project on IoT, Karl Andersson, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden

9:40 – 10:20: Information Management in smart buildings : the communicating material paradigm, William Derigent, University of Lorraine, France & Kais Mekki, University of Gabès,Tunisia

10:30 – 11:00:  Coffee break, AIPL building

Chair: Frada Burstein (Monash University, Australia)

11:00 – 12:00:  SmartCity – data and public spaces renovation, Franck Bachet, CISCO

Cisco and its partners are running a one year experience in Paris, Place de nation (large, circular plaza in the eastern part of Paris) in close collaboration with the Paris government in the context  of the city  open innovation program. While the technology can help the city of Paris to understand the way citizens are living on the plaza, the data should allow the city government to allocate funds to the right solutions and measure the impacts of renovations. For doing so, flow counts (video analysis, wifi / bluetooth), noise measurement, air quality, humidity / temperature, waste container, etc. …  are part of the data set produced and pushed to aggregation platform (incl. Open data), big data analytics platform, for being used by 3rd party applications or data scientist.
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12:00 – 14:00: Lunch

—– PERCCOM Cohort 1 : After PERCCOM (Amphi 5) —–

Chair: Jean-Philippe Georges (University of Lorraine)

14:00 – 14:15: Introduction 

14:15 – 14:30: From PERCCOM to a new life (PHD, Company)

14:30 – 15:00: Experiences in company

14:30 – 14:40:  Maike Schmidt, Project manager, simpleTechs GmbH, Berlin Germany

14:40 – 14:50:  Vlad Cristea, Developer, Garmin, Cluj, Romania

14:50 – 15:00:  Baptiste Louis, IBM Help Desk Agent, Arka Service, Torino, Italy

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15:00 – 16:00: Experiences as a PHD student

15:00 – 15:15:Dorine Petit, Unified control strategies of an embedded real-time reconfigurable network, University of Lorraine, CRAN, Nancy, France

15:15 – 15:30: Maria Victoria Palacin Silva, A Software Eco-System Model for Increasing Citizen Awareness, Participation and Engagement in Sustainable Development, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Lappeenranta, Finland

15:30 – 15:45Alexandre De Masi, Quality of Experience of Mobile Internet  : Enhancing QoE for the mobile end user, University of Geneva, ISS, Geneva, Switzerland

15:45 – 16:00:  Rohan Nanda, Artificial Intelligence and Law, Doctoral Candidate at Erasmus + Joint Doctorate In Law, Science and Technology, Coordinated by CIRSFID,University of Bologna, Italy.

16:00 – 16:15Stefanos GeorgiouEnergy-Efficiency in Cloud Computing Systems, in project SENECA, Marie-Curie European Industrial Doctorate, coordinated by AUEB, TU Delft, URJC, SLG, SIG, Bitergia

16:15 – 16:30:  Ngo manh Khoi, A participatory sensing framework, Universitat Jaume I, Spain.

16:30 – 18:00: Discussions & PERCCOM Alumni meeting, AIPL building (equipped with videoconference system)

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19:00 : Barbecue organized by PERCCOM (PERCCOM students & staff)

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SATURDAY, 18th JUNE 2016

« Colmar and Vineyard »

Trip organized by PERCCOM for PERCCOM students and staff

  • Departure by bus from Jardin Botanique, Villers-lès-Nancy at 8:00 am
  • Arrival at Kaysersberg at 10:00 am : Guided walking tour of the town for 1 hour.
  • Free visit of the castle and ruins until 12:15 pm
  • Lunch in Kaysersberg with the traditional « tartes flambées »
  • In the afternoon, guided walking tour of Colmar
  • At 5:00 pm, you are invited at « Cave Wolfberger » in Colmar for a local wine testing (Riesling, Pinot, Gewurtztraminer & Crémant)
  • Return through Vosges to Nancy (around 9:00 pm)

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SUNDAY, 19th JUNE 2016

Date at leisure

MONDAY, 20th JUNE 2016

—– PERCCOM Cohort 2 : Master Thesis Session 2 (Amphi 5) —–

Chair: Josef Hallberg (Lulea University of Technology, Sweden)

9:00 – 9:35 : Reasoning over Knowledge-based Generation of Situations in Context Spaces to Reduce Food Waste, Niklas Kolbe (Commonwealth Science and Industrial Research Organisation – Australia)

9:35 – 10:10 : RCOS: Real Time Context Sharing Across A Fleet Of Smart Mobile Devices, Julien Dhallenne (Commonwealth Science and Industrial Research Organisation – Australia)

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10:15 – 12: 00: Presentation of Cohort 3 Posters – Session 1

10:15 – 10:20: Simulation of Energy Efficient Storage in Clouds, Victor Araujo (Lulea University of Technology – Sweden)

10:20 – 10:25: Making green transportation fun through gamification, Emil Hedemalm (Lulea University of Technology – Sweden)

10:25 – 10:30: Ultra Dense deployment for multi connectivity and Energy efficiency, Valentin Poirot (Lulea University of Technology – Sweden)

10:30 – 10:35 : Pervasive Computing for Decision Support Systems in the Context of Green ICT, Olga Rybnytska (University ITMO, St. Petersburg – Russia)

10:35 – 10:40: A method and programming model for city data evaluation, Manish Lamichhane (University ITMO, St. Petersburg – Russia)

10:40 – 10:45: Software Defined Network for greening internet communications, Atefe Maleke (University of Lorraine – France)

10:45 – 10:50: Distributed context acquisition and reasoning for annotating data streams in the Internet for Things for green smart cities, Tamara Belyakhina (Commonwealth Science and Industrial Research Organisation – Australia)

10:50 – 10:55: A Smart Risk Assessment System for River Flooding using BRB and WSN, MD Rafiul Sabbir Hridoy (University of Chittagong – Bangladesh)

10:55 – 11:00:Opportunistic collection of sensor data in IoT applications, Aigerim Zhalgasbekova (Commonwealth Science and Industrial Research Organisation – Australia)

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16111:00 – 12:00 :  Coffee break & Discussion around posters, AIPL building

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12:00 – 13:30: Lunch

13:30 – 14:30: PERCCOM Steering Committee

—– PERCCOM Cohort 2 : Master Thesis Session 3  (Amphi 5) —–

Chair: Jean-Philippe Georges (University of Lorraine)

14:30 – 15:05: Front-End Development for Building Automation by using JavaScript Frameworks, Melanie Pittumbur (University of Applied Sciences, Harz – Germany)

15:05 – 15:40: Specification of a smart meter/actuator description mechanism & development of a mobile application, Adekola Adebayo (University of Applied Sciences, Harz – Germany)

15:40 – 16:15: Improving Lives using eHealth Solutions and Wireless Body Sensor Networks, Ornela Bardhi (Lulea University of Technology – Sweden)

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19:00 : Dinner : Les domaines, Nancy (organized by PERCCOM for PERCCOM staff only)

TUESDAY, 21st JUNE 2016

—– PERCCOM Cohort 2 : Master Thesis Session 4 (Amphi 5) —–

Chair: Alexandra Klimova (ITMO University)

9:00 – 9:35: Last mile transport optimization in urban environments, Rajeshwari Chatterjee (University of Bremen – Germany)

9:35 – 10:10: Nested Rollout Policy Adaptation for Optimizing Vehicle Selection in Complex VRPs, Ashraf Abdo (University of Bremen – Germany)

10:10 – 10:46 : Presentation of Cohort 3 Posters – Session 2

10:10 – 10:16: Software Eco-design based on resource budget, Joseph El Khoury (University of Lorraine – France)

10:16 – 10:22: Engineering and Incorporating Sustainability into the Software Development Lifecycle: A Design Pattern Approach, Felipe Leon (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland)

10:22 – 10:28: Software Consumption Learning Machine, Mohammed Mustaqim Rahman (University of Lorraine – France)

10:28 – 10:34 : Fostering the uptake of HOME Automation by improving the usability using Infrared Controllers, Carlos Alberto Martinez (University of Applied Sciences, Harz – Germany)

10:34 – 10:40: Improving the Effectiveness of Building Automation by User Context Detection, Henrique Reinaldo Sarmento  (University of Applied Sciences, Harz – Germany)

10:40 – 10:46: Capturing human behavior by home automation infrastructure, Thi Thu Giang Tran (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland)

10:46 – 10:52: Project Nocturne: Bed occupancy sensor ecosystem, Thi Yen Nhi Vo (Leeds Beckett University – UK)

10:52 – 10:58: Enabling distributed environmental citizen observatory, Chandara Chea (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland)

11:00 – 12:00 :  Coffee break & Discussion around posters, AIPL building

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12:00 – 14:00: Lunch

—– Mini conference on Smart Cities (Amphi 5) —–

Chair: Mohammad Shahadat Hossain (University of Chittagong, Bangladesh)

14:00 – 14:45: Cognitive Cities, beyond Smart Cities, Olivier Seznec, Novanum

During the past ten years, most of the focus on the smart cities has been on connecting « things » (sensors, objects, people) in order to measure and assess in real time our environment. Very innovative applications have emerged either to better manage cities performance or better serve inhabitants. And the development of the Internet of Things accelerates those applications. In the last 4 years, Artificial Intelligence progress coupled with new user interfaces (such as 3D imaging, BIM (Building Information Modeling), CIM (City Information Modeling), virtual reality, augmented reality), define new interactions capabilities that could be applied to cities. The presentation will cover this perspective and discuss the possible outcomes we can envision related to business, social or environmental impacts.

—– PERCCOM Cohort 2 : Master Thesis Session 5 (Amphi 5)  —–

14:45 – 15:20: Developing strategies to mitigate the energy consumed by network infrastructures, Khan Mohammad Habibullah (University of Lorraine – France)

15:20 – 15:55: Using ICT Energy consumption for monitoring ICT usage in an enterprise, Dimitar Minovski (University of Lorraine – France)

15:55 -16:30: Efficiency scavenging of resources in mobile environment, Temesgene Dagnachew Azene (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland)

16:30 – 17:05: Integration of Wireless Sensor Networks and Realtime and Multimedia Applications, Sumeet Thombre (Lulea University of Technology – Sweden)

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20h : Restaurant « Café Foy » (only for PERCCOM staff)

WEDNESDAY, 22nd JUNE 2016

—– PERCCOM Cohort 2 : Master Thesis Session 6 (Amphi 5) —–

Chair: Oleg Sadov (ITMO University)

9:00 – 9:35: Ecologic Innovation, Oyedeji Abdullateef Shola (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland)

9:35 – 10:10: Develop a corporate social responsibility assessment system, Anar Bazarhanova (Leeds Beckett University – UK)

10:10 – 10:45: Embedding sustainability into the new Computer Science curriculum for schools (5 years old – 16 years old) in England, Pucher Jonathan (Leeds Beckett University – UK)

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10:45 – 11:00 :  Coffee break, AIPL building

11:00 – 12:00 :  PERCCOM Steering Committee, AIPL building

12:00 – 16:00: Lunch & Bowling (Organized by PERCCOM) – Closing Ceremony

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250251253254255256257258259List of Participants:

  1. A. Abdo (PERCCOM student, Syria)
  2. A. Adebayo (PERCCOM student, Nigeria)
  3. K. Andersson (Lulea University of Technology, Sweden)
  4. V. Araujo (PERCCOM student, Guatemala)
  5. A. Aubry (Université de Lorraine, France)
  6. F. Bachet, CISCO
  7. E. Bajic (Université de Lorraine, France)
  8. O. Bardhi (PERCCOM student, Albania)
  9. A. Bazarhanova (PERCCOM student, kazakhstan)
  10. T. Belyakhina (PERCCOM student, Russia)
  11. Frada Burstein (Monash University, Australia)
  12. R. Chatterjee (PERCCOM student, India)
  13. C. Chea (PERCCOM student, Cambodia)
  14. M. Chevalier, Handisco, France
  15. V. Cristea (PERCCOM former student, Garmin, Romania)
  16. A. De Masi (Former PERCCOM student, University of Geneva,Switzerland)
  17. W. Derigent (University of Lorraine, France)
  18. J. Dhallenne (PERCCOM student, France)
  19. L. Diez (Université de Lorraine, France)
  20. T. Divoux (Université de Lorraine, France)
  21. O. Droegehorn (University of Applied Sciences Harz, Germany)
  22. J. El Khoury (PERCCOM student, Lebanon)
  23. JP. Georges (Université de Lorraine, France)
  24. S. Georgiou (PERCCOM former student, Cyprus)
  25. P. Govindaraju (Axians, France)
  26. K.M. Habibullah (PERCCOM student, India)
  27. J. Hallberg (Lulea Unversity of Technology, Sweden)
  28. E. Hedemalm (PERCCOM student, Sweden)
  29. A. Henggeler (Ellen Mac Arthur Foundation, UK)
  30. M. S. Hossain (University of Chittagong, Bangladesh)
  31. Md R.S. Hridoy (PERCCOM student, Bangladesh)
  32. A. Klimova (ITMO University, St Petersburg, Russia)
  33. N. D. Kolbe (PERCCOM student, Germany)
  34. A.L. Kor (Leeds Beckett University, UK)
  35. S. Kubler (Unversity of Luxembourg, Luxembourg).
  36. M. Lamichhane (PERCCOM student, Nepal)
  37. M. Lawo (University of Bremen, Germany)
  38. F. Leon (PERCCOM student, Ecuador)
  39. F. Lepage (Université de Lorraine, France)
  40. Y. Le Traon (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
  41. A. Maleki (PERCCOM student, Iran)
  42. P. Marangé (Université de Lorraine, France)
  43. C.A. Martinez (PERCCOM student, Mexico)
  44. F. Mayer (Unversité de Lorraine, France)
  45. R. Mazurier (Université de Lorraine, France)
  46. K. Mekki (University of Gabès, Tunisia)
  47. D. Minovski (PERCCOM student, FYROM)
  48. M.K. Ngo (former ERCCOM student, Vietnam)
  49. A.S. Oyedeji (PERCCOM student, Nigeria)
  50. M. V. Palacin (former PERCCOM student, Peru)
  51. A. Patrin (Orange, France)
  52. D. Petit (former PERCCOM student, France)
  53. M.L.M. Pittumbur (PERCCOM student, Mauritius)
  54. V. Poirot (PERCCOM student, France)
  55. J. Porras (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland)
  56. J. Pucher (PERCCOM student, France)
  57. M.M. Rahman (PERCCOM student, Bangladesh)
  58. H. Reinaldo Sarmento (PERCCOM student, Brazil)
  59. J. Robert (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
  60. R. Nanda (former PERCCOM student, India)
  61. E. Rondeau (Université de Lorraine, France)
  62. A. Rybin (ITMO University, St Petersburg, Russia)
  63. O. Rybnytska (PERCCOM student, Ukraine)
  64. O. Sadov (ITMO University, St Petersburg, Russia)
  65. M. Schmidt (Former PERCCOM student, SimpleTechs GmbH, Germany)
  66. V. Schneider (Consutant in Sustainable development, France)
  67. O. Seznec, (Novanum, France)
  68. A. Shevel (ITMO University, St Petersburg, Russia)
  69. D.A. Temegesne (PERCCOM student, Ethiopia)
  70. S. Thombre (PERCCOM student, India)
  71. T.T.G. Tran (PERCCOM student, Vietnam)
  72. S. Vaija (Orange)
  73. T.Y.N. Vo (PERCCOM student, Vietnam)
  74. A. Zaslavsky (CSIRO, Australia)
  75. A. Zhalgasbekova (PERCCOM student, Kazaksthan)
  76. D. Zeinalipour (University of Cyprus, Cyprus)