CTIT Symposium SMART ENVIRONMENTS
Wednesday, May 31, 2006
University of Twente, Building The Waaier, room WA3.
The prizes for the AIO poster competition are:
- Anne Remke
- Harold van Heerde
- Ricardo Neisse
You can read the jury report here. Congratulations!
Information about the poster competition for PhD-students is available here.
Photos are be available here.
- 9.30 hrs Registration and welcome
- 10.00 hrs Opening by Peter Apers, University of Twente
- 10.10 hrs Siebren de Vries, Chess: “Dutch Clay or gold; Are sensor networks a worthwhile future business?”
- 10.50 hrs Paul Havinga, University of Twente: “Smart Dust: science or fiction?”
- 11.20 hrs Maarten van Steen, VU Amsterdam: “How simple gossiping can seem pretty smart”
- 12.00 hrs Lunch and poster session
- 13.30 hrs Boudewijn Haverkort / Peter Apers, University of Twente: “The 3TU Center of Excellence CeDAS”
- 13.50 hrs Inald Lagendijk, Delft University of Technology: “Challenges and Solutions in Peer-to-Peer Video Streaming”
- 14.30 hrs Bart van Arem, TNO / University of Twente: “Safe and efficiënt road traffic by integrated road-vehicle systems”
- 15.00 hrs Coffee/tea break
- 15.15 hrs Peter van der Stok, Philips Research: “Some examples of wireless sensor network at Philips Research”
- 15.55 hrs Anton Nijholt, University of Twente: “Ambient Entertainment”
- 16.25 hrs Mark Overmars, Scientific Director, Center for Advanced Gaming and Simulation: “The Game of the Future”
- 17.05 hrs Closing by Peter Apers
- 17.15 hrs Reception and prize distribution for the poster session