2017 PERCCOM Summer School organised by Leeds Beckett University

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MONDAY 19 JUNE 2017

Session 1: Opening Address and Cohort 3 Thesis Presentations

Venue: Leeds Beckett University, Headingley Campus, James Graham Building, Lecture Theatre A

Chair: Prof. Frada Burstein

  • 0820-0830 : PERCCOM Co-ordinator Welcoming Address, Prof. Eric Rondeau
  • 0830-0840 : SCCTE Dean of School Welcoming Address, Prof. Colin Pattinson
  • 0840-0940 : IoT-enabled Smart Cities: dreams and reality, Prof. Arkady Zaslavsky

 

  • 0940-1010 : Distributed context acquisition and reasoning in the Internet of Things for indoor air quality monitoring, Tamara Belyakhina
  • 1010-1040 : CollMule: An Opportunistic Data Collection System for IoT-based Indoor Air Quality, Aigerim Zhalgasbekova
  • 1040-1110 : Pervasive Computing for decision support systems in the context of green ICT, Olga Rybnytska
  • 1110-1140 : Coffee Break
  • 1140-1210 : Use of wearable devices for medical diagnostics out of hospital, Prof. Frada Burstein

    

 

1210-1300 Lunch Break

Session 2: Cohort 3 Thesis Presentations

Venue: Leeds Beckett University, Headingley Campus, James Graham Building, Lecture Theatre A

Chair: Assoc. Prof. Josef Hallberg

  • 1300-1330 : Analysis of switch implementing EEE for estimating network infrastructure energy consumption, Joseph El Khoury
  • 1330-1400 : A method for reducing consumption of android apps by analysing api calls and network behaviour, Mohammed Mustaqim Rahman
  • 1400-1430 : Software Defined Networking for green internet communication, Atefe Maleki

  • 1430-1500 : Coffee Break
  • 1500-1530 : Sustainability of a wellbeing mobile application,Thi Yen Nhi Vo
  • 1530-1600 : Promoting green transportation via serious games, Emil Hedemalm
  • 1600-1630 : An intelligent flood risk assessment system using Belief Rule Base(BRB), Md Rafiul Sabbir Hridoy
  • 1630-1700 : An IOT and DAO based smart waste management system for smart cities, Manish Lamichhane
  • 1700-1730 : Gamified Participatory Sensing: the impacts of game elements on publics’ engagement in lake monitoring application, Chandara Chea
  • 1730-1800 : Engineering and incorporating sustainability into software development: a pattern approach, Felipe Leon

TUESDAY 20 JUNE 2017

Session 3: Cohort 3 Thesis and Cohort 4 Poster Presentations 

Venue: Leeds Beckett University, Headingley Campus, James Graham Building, Lecture Theatre A 

Chair: Assoc Professor Karl Andersson

  • 0830-0900 : Performance evaluation of scalable and distributed IoT platforms for smart regions, Victor Araujo
  • 0900-0930 : Energy efficient multi-connectivity for ultra-dense networks, Valentin Poirot
  • 0930-1000 : Coffee Break
  • 1000-1030 : Visualizing captured user activities and suboptimal energy usage – An approach for aiding people to change their behaviour to be more sustainable, Thi Thu Giang Tran
  • 1030-1110 : A study on usability: using conventional remotes to promote HOME automation, Carlos Alberto Martinez
  • 1100-1130 : Improving energy efficiency of residential building automation system considering user contexts enriched by smartphones – German use case –, Henrique Reinaldo Sarmento

  • 1130-1230 Lunch Break

Session 4: Cohort 4 Poster Presentations

Venue: Leeds Beckett University, Headingley Campus, James Graham Building, Lecture Theatre A

Chair: Assoc. Prof. Jean-Philippe Georges

  • 1230-1235 : A Belief Rule Based flood risk assessment expert system using real time sensor data streaming, Ahmed Afif Monrat
  • 1235-1240 : Performance evaluation of IoT platforms in Green ICT applications, Daniyal Akhtar Qureshi
  • 1240-1245 : Automating integration process for connected smart objects in Green ICT applications, Kristian Kouros
  • 1245-1250 : Using gestures to interact with HOME automation systems, Marcel Lowell Villanueva
  • 1250-1255 : Using JavaScriptDart Frameworks for front‐end development in building automation, Mukhammadjon Jalolov
  • 1255-1300 : Modelling of messaging system for IoT enabled waste management system, Carl Makafui Kugblenu
  • 1300-1305 : Green and Software Defined distributed datacentre model, Syed Asif Iqbal
  • 1305-1310 : An Architecture for Energy Efficient Auto-Scaled Big Sensor Data Processing within a Cloud-based Platform, Madhubala Ganesan
  • 1310-1315 : Capacity management in datacenters, Xhesika Ruci
  • 1315-1320 : Bio-inspired computations for biomedical signals, Anara Abdukalikova
  • 1320-1325 : Blixt, Hameed Jasim Al-Hussein
  • 1325-1330 : Defining Quality of Experience for Industrial Internet of Things, Roman Zhohov
  • 1330-1335 : Architecting and designing sustainable smart city services in living lab, Md Tawseef Alam
  • 1335-1340 : Data collection for the governance of greening ICT at business level, Farniba Khan
  • 1340-1345 : QoE in Mobile Cloud Computing, Jonathan Glenn Berrios
  • 1345-1350 : Social and individual perspective to sustainability, Ida Eyi Heathcote-Fumador
  • 1350-1355 : Budget of LPWAN architectures, Mina Rady Abdelshahid Mouawad
  • 1355-1400 : Grid metrics to improve network sustainability, Geraldine Villers
  • 1400-1405 : New services in SDN for managing energy consumed by network, Furkat Gofurov
  • 1405-1410 : Develop smart sensors based on biomimicry application to iot architecture, Phoebe Lembi Mutua
  • 1410-1415 : Successful patterns in corporate social responsibility in IT, Germain Deroche

 

  • 1415-1440 :  Coffee Break
  • 1440-1540 : Visit Poster Stands (Session 1) JG (Beneath the Stairs) LTA
  • 1540-1800 : NS3 Workshop, Josiah Balota and Asif Iqbal
  • 1540-1800 : CloudSim workshop, Nabil Hadj-Ahmed

WEDNESDAY 21 JUNE 2017

Session 5: Academic and Industrial Presentations (Smart and Sustainable IT)

Venue: Leeds Beckett University, Headingley Campus, James Graham Building, Lecture Theatre A

Chair: Prof. Jari Porras

  • 0900-0930 : LBU VC Welcoming Address, Leeds Beckett University VC
  • 0930-1030 : Greener Data Centres: An environmental and economic imperative, Assoc. Prof. Damian Dalton
  • 1030-1100 : Coffee Break
  • 1100-1200 : Quick wins in green data centers (a.o. quick wins in existing data centers, evaluation of the OpenDCME model), Dr. Anda Counotte

 

  • 1200-1300 : Visit Poster Stands (Session 2) JG (Beneath the Stairs)
  • 1300-1400 Lunch Break

Session 6: Academic and Industrial Presentations (Smart and Sustainable IT)

Venue: Leeds Beckett University, Headingley Campus, James Graham Building, Lecture Theatre A (LTA)

Chair: Prof. Olaf Droegehorn

  • 1400-1500 : Measuring energy efficiency in the data centre, Dr. Marta Chinnici
  • 1500-1600 : Green and safe computing, Prof. Vyacheslav Kharchenko
  • 1600-1625 : Coffee Break 

 

 

  • 1625-1725 : PERCCOM Consortium Meeting, Consortium members only
  • 1900 Dinner for Students, Staff and Invited Guests

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THURSDAY 22 JUNE 2017

Session 7: Academic and Industrial Presentations (Smart and Sustainable IT)

Venue: Leeds Beckett University, Headingley Campus, James Graham Building, Lecture Theatre A (LTA)

Chair: Prof. Vyacheslav Kharchenko

  • 0900-1000 : Internet of Things face big data era as well as green challenges, Prof. JinSong Wu
  • 1000-1100 : Open IoT ecosystems for driving innovation and unlocking the circular economy, Dr. Sylvain Kubler
  • 1100-1125 : Coffee Break
  • 1125-1225 : MONICA – IoT project, Prof. Dorothy Monekosso
  • 1225-1325 : IoT smart asset management & BIM Enabled by design, Karl Redmond

 

 

 

 

  

  • 1325-1415 Lunch Break

Session 8: Academic and Industrial Presentations (Smart and Sustainable IT)

Venue: Leeds Beckett University, Headingley Campus, James Graham Building, Lecture Theatre A (LTA)

Chair: Prof. Mohd. Hossain Shahadat

  • 1415-1515 : Orchestration of unmanned vehicles network learning from complex scenarios, Prof. Sergio Toral Marin
  • 1515-1615 :  Open IoT ecosystems for driving innovation and unlocking the circular economy, Dr. Sylvain Kubler
  • 1615-1715 : Drones and environment monitoring and LIDAR technologies, Sky Captain Aerial Imaging by Adrian Appleyard and Aaron Appleyard

 

 

 

  • 1730 Dinner for Staff and Invited Guests (Stansfield Arms)

FRIDAY 23 JUNE 2017

Session 9: Academic and Industrial Presentations (Smart and Sustainable IT)

Venue: Leeds Beckett University, Headingley Campus, James Graham Building, Lecture Theatre A

Chair: Dr. Marta Chinnici

  • 0900-1000 : LCA, Dr. David Glew
  • 1000-1100 : Building energy performance modelling, Dr. James Parker
  • 1100-1125 : Coffee Break
  • 1125-1240 : Visit Poster Stands (Session 2) JG (Beneath the Stairs)
  • 1240-1340 : Lunch Break

Session 10: Finale

Venue: Leeds Beckett University, Headingley Campus, James Graham Building, Lecture Theatre A

Chair: Dr. Ah-Lian Kor

  • 1340-1420 : Cohort 1 Presentations, Dorine Petit
  • 1420-1500 : Cohort 2 Presentations, Julien Dhallenne
  • 1500-1620 : Cohort 4 Presentations, Cohort 4 Students

  • 1620-1700 : Cohort 3 Finale Video and Presentations, Cohort 3 Students

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • 1700-1730 : Award Ceremony (best thesis defence and posters) Photography Session, Closing Address, Prof. Eric Rondeau.
  • All students receive their presentation awards: Cohort 3 – PERCCOM Masters Thesis Presentation Awards; Cohort 4 – PERCCOM Research Poster Presentation awards.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Other awards are: Cohort 4 Poster Winner (Mina Rady Abdelshahid Mouawad); Cohort 4 Poster Runner Up (Anara Abdulalikova); Cohort 3 Masters Thesis Presentation Winner (Valentin Poirot); Cohort 3 Masters Thesis Presentation Runner Up (Manish Lamichhane).

SATURDAY 24 JUNE 2017

Yorkshire Tour (0800 – 2000)

Skipton Castle, Bolton Abbey

  • Leeds Beckett University organises a trip to Skipton Castle and Bolton Abbey for PERCCOM staff, students and invited guests. The Skipton Castle is more than 900 years old, and it is one of the most complete and best preserved medieval castles in England. Details of the history of the castle is found here http://www.skiptoncastle.co.uk/ . Bolton Abbey is nestled in the Yorkshire Dales. Details are here https://boltonabbey.com/ .We explore the ruins of the Priory, walk along the woodland nature trail. PERCCOM students alo enjoy a game of football by the bank of River Wharfe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

List of Participants:

  1. Abdukalikova  Anara  (Cohort 4), Kazakhstan
  2. Alam  Md Tawseef  (Cohort 4), Bangladesh
  3. Andersson Karl  (Staff), Sweden
  4. Appleyard Adrian  (Guest), UK
  5. Araujo Soto Victor Estuardo  (Cohort 3), Guatemala
  6. Asif Iqbal  (Guest), Pakistan
  7. Balota Josiah  (Guest), Nigeria
  8. Behringer Reinhold   (Guest), Germany
  9. Belyakhina Tamara  (Cohort 3), Russia
  10. Berrios Moron  Jonathan Glenn  (Cohort 4), Peru
  11. Burstein Frada   (Staff), Australia
  12. Chea Chandara  (Cohort 3), Cambodia
  13. Chinnici Marta   (Guest), Italy
  14. Colantuono Giuseppe  (Guest), Italy
  15. Coulhon Naomi   (Guest), UK
  16. Counotte Anda   (Guest), Netherland
  17. Dalton Damian   (Guest), Ireland
  18. Deroche  Germain  (Cohort 4), France
  19. Dhallenne  Julien  (Cohort 2), France
  20. Droegehorn Olaf   (Staff), Germany
  21. El Khoury Joseph  (Cohort 3), Lebanon
  22. Gafurov Furkat  (Cohort 4), Uzbekistan
  23. Ganesan  Madhubala  (Cohort 4), India
  24. Georges Jean-Philippe  (Staff), France
  25. Glew David   (Guest), UK
  26. Golembovska Elena  (Guest), Ukraine
  27. Gorbenko Anatoliy   (Guest), Ukraine
  28. Hadj-Ahmed Nabil  (Guest), UK
  29. Hallberg Josef   (Staff), Sweden
  30. Heathcote-Fumador Ida Eyi  (Cohort 4), Ghana
  31. Hedemalm Emil William  (Cohort 3), Sweden
  32. Hridoy Md Rafiul Sabbir  (Cohort 3), Bangladesh
  33. Iqbal  Syed Asif  (Cohort 4), Bangladesh
  34. Jalolov  Mukhammadjon  (Cohort 4), Uzbekistan
  35. Jasim  Al-Hussein  (Cohort 4), Iraq
  36. Khan  Farniba  (Cohort 4), Bangladesh
  37. Kharchenko  Vyacheslav   (Guest),
  38. Kor Ah-Lian   (Staff), UK
  39. Kouros  Kristian  (Cohort 4), Greece
  40. Kubler Sylvain   (Guest), Luxembourg
  41. Kugblenu  Carl Makafui  (Cohort 4), Ghana
  42. Lamichhane Manish  (Cohort 3), Nepal
  43. Leon Coello Felipe Alberto  (Cohort 3), Ecuador
  44. Lepage Francis   (Staff), France
  45. Maleki Atefeh  (Cohort 3), Iran
  46. Mallik Bruhanth  (Guest), India
  47. Martinez Licona Carlos Alberto  (Cohort 3), Mexico
  48. Mina Rady Abdelshahid Mouawad  (Cohort 4), Egypt
  49. Monrat  Ahmed Afif  (Cohort 4), Bangladesh
  50. Mutua Phoebe Lembi  (Cohort 4), Kenya
  51. Parker James  (Guest), UK
  52. Pattinson Colin   (Staff), UK
  53. Petit Dorine  (Cohort 1), France
  54. Poirot Valentin  (Cohort 3), France
  55. Porras Jari   (Staff), Finland
  56. Qureshi  Daniyal Akhtar  (Cohort 4), Pakistan
  57. Rahman Mohammed Mustaqim  (Cohort 3), Bangladesh
  58. Redmond Karl   (Guest), UK
  59. Reinaldo Sarmento Henrique  (Cohort 3), Brazil
  60. Rondeau Eric   (Staff), France
  61. Ruci  Xhesika  (Cohort 4), Albania
  62. Rybnytska Olga  (Cohort 3), Ukraine
  63. Shahadat Mohammad Hossain   (Staff), Bangladesh
  64. Singh Liam  (Guest), UK
  65. Tawfik Hissam   (Guest), UK
  66. Tian David   (Guest), UK
  67. Toral Marin Sergio   (Guest), Spain
  68. Tran Thi Thu Giang  (Cohort 3), Vietnam
  69. Utley Jayne   (Guest), UK
  70. Villanueva  Marcel Lowell  (Cohort 4), Philippines
  71. Villers Geraldine  (Cohort 4), Mexico
  72. Vo Thi Yen Nhi  (Cohort 3), Vietnam
  73. Wu Jinsong   (Guest), Chile
  74. Zaslavsky Arkady   (Staff), Australia
  75. Zhalgasbekova Aigerim  (Cohort 3), Kazakhstan
  76. Zhohov Roman  (Cohort 4), Ukraine