The IDEA League Doctoral School on Transiently Powered Computing (TPC 2017)

The IDEA League Doctoral School on Transiently Powered Computing (TPC 2017) is taking place at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), The Netherlands, from 8th to 10th of November 2017, directly after ACM SenSys. TPC 2017 is jointly organized by TU Delft, RWTH Aachen, ETH Zurich, Chalmers University and Politecnico di Milano, funded by the IDEA League.

Website: http://tpc2017.neslab.it/

Organizing Committee

Participants

  • Amjad Majid (TU Delft): IAE: Intemittent Applications Executor
  • Alessandro Urso (TU Delft): Wireless Energy and Data Transfer in IoT Sensor Nodes
  • Gustavo Martins (TU Delft): Energy Harvesting and Transfer Energy Harvesting and Transfer
  • Sujay Narayana (TU Delft): Think BIG be Small: A vison for Space IoT
  • Vijay Rao (TU Delft): Making LPWANs Batteryless
  • Lukas Sigrist (ETHZ): Design Support for Energy Harvesting Driven IoT Devices
  • Andres Gomez (ETHZ): Designing Reliable Transient Applications
  • Ahmed Saad (RWTH+Lahore University of Management Sciences): Incremental Checkpointing Techniques for Transiently Powered Computers
  • Beshr Al Nahas (Chalmers): Network Bootstrapping and Leader Election in Low-power Wireless Networks
  • Valentin Poirot (Chalmers): Energy Efficient Multi-Connectivity in Ultra-dense 5G Networks
  • Christos Profentzas (Chalmers): Verified Boot in IoT devices with low power consumption
  • Carlos Pérez Penichet (Uppsala University): Backscatter Communication
  • Oliver Harms (Uppsala University): Modulation Schemes in Ambient Backscatter Communication
  • Ambuj Varshney (Uppsala University): Towards Wide-area backscatter networks
  • Robert Hartung (TU Braunschweig): Adaptive Wireless Sensor Networks: Robust but Efficient
  • James Allen (University of Newcastle): Parallel Computation for Effïcient and Robust Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensor Network Simulation with Environmental Data Generation
  • Theodoros Verykios (University of Southampton): Exploring Energy Efficient State Retention in Transiently-Powered Computing Systems
  • Alexei Collin (CMU): Hardware and Software System Support for Intermittent Energy-harvesting Devices
  • Lars Hanschke (Hamburg University of Technology): Collaborative and Environmentally-Powered Sensors and Actuators for Smart Environments