About 50 people participated in the NES homecoming event on October 11, 2019. Former PhD students and PostDocs came to Klagenfurt for a reunion with their alma mater.
Join us at the NES Open Lab on March 13, 2019 starting at 5pm visit our laboratories and watch demos meet fellow students and NES staff get informed about open project and thesis topics enjoy food and drinks
Today Omair Sarwar successfully defended his PhD dissertation entitled “Facial Privacy Protection in Airborne Recreational Videography”. Omair participated in our Erasmus Mundus Doctoral School on Interactive and Cognitive Environements and was co-supervised by Andrea Cavallaro from Queen Mary University of London. The defense committee was composed by Prof. Hermann Hellwagner […]
The CPSwarm project presented its tools for designing swarms of cyber physical systems at ICT 2018: Imagine Digital – Connect Europe. The event, which took place in Vienna, Austria from 4 – 6 December 2018, focused on the digital transformation of society and industry. The CPSwarm project, formed by nine […]
Interested on Smart Grid technologies, renewables integration, electromobility ? Then, plan to attend the Workshop on Future Smart Grid Technologies at the University of Klagenfurt, Austria, on 26-27 February 2018. The workshop has a great program covering: ICT for energy grids Integration of renewables Communication-control-monitoring technologies Electromobility and its impact […]
On September 12th, 2017 the Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt hosted the meeting of the Erasmus+ project Smart Grid Technology – A Master Program. It is a three years project that aims at the development of a Master program in smart grid technology through the collaboration between a consortium consisting of 3 European […]
When goods are needed urgently, for instance, in rural areas poorly served by transport infrastructure, or in large, heavily congested cities, they could be delivered by drones. In 2013, Amazon was one of the first to declare the intention to work towards the automated delivery of goods by small autonomous […]
The Pervasive Computing group held a two day retreat in South Styria from June 19-20, 2017. We discussed various research and teaching topics including the deployment of new sensor and camera networks, the revision of our lab courses, and supervision of students. To strengthen our team spirit we enjoyed a […]
Samira Hayat and I attended re:publica 2017 in Berlin. It was an exciting event not least because Samira gave a very personal talk about drones and their application in disaster response.
The essence of my TEDx talk at CERN is that technology isn’t inherently evil, but humans in command of technology must become more human-friendly.