PhD student Chuka Oham has won the Student Essay Competition at the 23rd World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems, to take place in Melbourne in October 2016. Well done Chuka!
Two of our papers have just been accepted at the ICWiSe Conference, which will take place in October 2016 in Malaysia. The papers are titled:
- Cluster-based Position Tracking of Mobile Sensors
- Geometric Sensitivity of Localization Using Airborne Mobile Anchors with Volume Probabilistic Multilateration
Our paper on “Understanding the spatiotemporal pattern of grazing cattle movement” has just been published on Nature Scientific Reports here
I was just interviewed on Sydney’s 2SER radio on how intelligent machines can learn from each other.
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Our paper on “Diffusion in Colocation Contact Networks: The Impact of Nodal Spatiotemporal Dynamics” has just been published at PLoS ONE. The full paper is available here.
I was interviewed this morning on Radio Adelaide to discuss my recent Conversation article on intelligent machines learning from each other.