Academic and Industrial presentations: “Lifecycle Accounting, LCA” (Dr. David Glew, Leeds Beckett University); “Building energy performance modelling” (Dr. James Parker, Leeds Beckett University).
Opening addresses by Professor Colin Pattinson (Dean of School of Computing, Creative Technologies and Engineering, Leeds Beckett University) and Professor Eric Rondeau (Universite de Lorraine). Presentation by Professor Arkady Zaslavsky (DATA61 and CSIRO) is on ”IoT-enabled Smart Cities: dreams and reality” while Professor Frada Burstein’s (Monash University) talk is on the “Use of wearable devices for medical diagnostics out of hospital”. Cohort 3 students deliver theses presentations relating to: ; IOT and smart cities; IOT and air quality monitoring; decision support systems for pervasive computing; energy consumption of network and android apps; Software Defined Network; sustainable software development; sustainable wellbeing and lake monitoring mobile apps; serious games and sustainability; intelligent flood risk assessment system.
All the students from Cohort 4 have successfully completed the courses offered by ITMO University and passed all the exams! Congratulations!
Yesterday students from PERCCOM Cohort 3 including Victor, Tamara, Emil (remotely from Leeds), Rafiul, Valentin, and Aigerim doing their theses with LTU performed dry run presentations to prepare for the upcoming summer school event in Leeds. The panel included Dimitar (PERCCOM Cohort 2; now PhD student with LTU), Saguna, Karan, Josef, Shahadat (connecting from Bangladesh) and Karl providing feedback and hints how to improve the presentations one step further. Before the presentations Josef and Valentin followed Karl on a nice lunch walk around the Skellefteå river. To give the ultimate Swedish feeling this last time we had Swedish fika with cinnamon rolls and coffee/tea and celebrated with a pizza meal at Tre Kronor restaurant. Also, Valentin had his “THANK YOU” diploma as the other students had last week.