The IoT Hub Distinguished Lecturer Program (DLP) provides a service to support the Hub students/faculty with high qualified distinguished lecturers specialized on various aspects of IoT technologies and to deliver technical seminars and workshops. The DLP can be arranged in response to a request from one or more Hub partners. Currently a list of renowned Distinguished speakers is being drafted with the associated topic. Whenever possible the speeches will be made available to all Hub students by means of the Zoom service.The Hub Distinguished Lecturer programme is coordinated by Associate Professor Xenofon Fafoutis, DTU-Compute.
The Contiki-NG open source operating system for low-power, severely constrained wireless embedded devices: Introduction and hands-on crash-course for beginners
November 18 (Monday), 9-12 am (time is tentative)
DTU Lyngby Campus, Building 341, Aud. 22
Dr George Oikonomou
Senior Lecturer in IoT Networking, University of Bristol, UK
Co-Founder, Steering Group Member, Contiki-NG
Dr Oikonomou is a Senior Lecturer in IoT Networking with the department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Bristol. His current research focuses on energy-efficient technologies for networks of severely constrained, wireless embedded devices and the IoT. George has a strong track record of delivering deployable, high-TRL research outputs and is a co-founder, steering group member and maintainer of the Contiki-NG open-source embedded operating system for the Internet of Things. He was the original developer of Contiki-NG’s 6LoWPAN multicast forwarding support and he he has ported Contiki/Contiki-NG to numerous constrained hardware platforms.
Optimization challenge – The TSN scheduling problem
Dr. Silviu S. Craciunas, Corporate scientist, TTTech Computertechnik AG (AT)
25 September 2019, DTU
Silviu S. Craciunas received his Ph.D. (Dr.techn.) degree from the University of Salzburg, Austria, in 2010, and the Dipl.Ing. degree from the Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania, in 2005. He was a Post-Doctoral Researcher with the Embedded Software and Systems Research Center, University of Salzburg. He joined TTTech Computertechnik AG, Vienna, in 2011, where he is currently a Corporate Scientist and Systems Architect, working on scheduling algorithms for time triggered networked systems and real-time operating systems. His research interests include real-time and safety-critical embedded systems, real-time scheduling algorithms, power-aware computing, cyber-physical systems, and deterministic real-time networks.
IoT and edge intelligence
Prof. Marilyn Wolf, Georgia Research Alliance, USA
18 June, 2019, DTU