Inria-EVA and the REALMS associate team have deployed a 15-mote network in the beautiful Grand Palais in Paris as part of the SolutionsCOP21 exhibition, 4-10 December 2015.
The MicroPnP project has received the Third Place Award at the IPSO CHALLENGE 2015!
Malisa Vucinic, PhD student at LIG and STMicro successfully defended his PhD entitled “Architectures and Protocols for Secure and Energy-Efficient Integration of Wireless Sensor Networks with the Internet of Things” on November 17th. Congratulations Dr Vucinic!
The EVA team has a new member! We are happy to welcome Jonathan Munoz. Jonathan is a PhD student under a CIFRE agreement with the company Gridbee, working on km-scale Industrial Networking. Welcome to Inria-EVA, Jonathan!
Congrats to Paul and Nadjib for the idea! Thanks to Srinivaskorai and Fiverr for creating the actual thing!
The EVA team has a new member! We have the pleasure of welcoming Tengfei Chang. Tengfei is a Postdoctoral Research Engineer on the OpenWSN project. Welcome to Inria-EVA, Tengfei!
Dates: 19-30 October 2015 Topic: Using Machine Learning to Predict Connectivity in a Low-Power Wireless Network. Collaboration with: Thomas Watteyne
Reliability through Time-Slotted Channel Hopping and Flooding-based Routing. Pedro Henrique Gomes, Thomas Watteyne, Pradipta Gosh, Bhaskar Krishnamachari. International Conference on Embedded Wireless Systems and Networks (EWSN), Dependability Competition, ACM, Graz, Austria, 14-15 February 2016.
The Inria-DGA workshop on MANET, Clouds and Cloudlets took place at Paris (Antenne Parisienne de l’Inria) on October 15th, 2015. Detailed program:
Check out the posts on the Inria homepage about or projects μPnP and HeadsUp! project! [English,French]