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Vasanth Chandramouli (EPFL). Semester Project → First Employment : CERN.
Anshul Jain (EPFL). Internship → Masters : CMU.
Arthur Oviedo (EPFL). Semester Project → First Employment : Google.
Sebastian Cartier (EPFL). Masters Thesis → PhD : ETHZ.
Tian Guo (EPFL). PhD Student. Ongoing.
Oshini Goonetilleke (RMIT University). PhD Student. Co-supervised with Timos Sellis.
OKKAM Project: It aims at enabling the Web of Entities,
namely a virtual space where any collection of data and information about any type of entities (e.g. people, locations,
organizations, events, products, etc.) published on the Web can be integrated into a single virtual, decentralized, open
knowledge base (like the Web did for hypertexts, read here what
Tim Berners-Lee says on this parallel).
OpenSense: The project addresses key
research challenges in the domain of information and communication systems related to community-based sensing using
wireless sensor network technology in the context of air pollution monitoring. This project will result in open
technology that allows integrating diverse sensors, including mobile sensors, into a single environmental model. The
information processing techniques we develop will provide important insights to enable
other Nano-Tera application domains dealing with monitoring complex
Swiss Experiment (SwissEx): A platform
to enable real-time environmental experiments through wireless sensor networks and a common, modern, generic cyber-infrastructure.