2018-09 – Mohamed Sandeli visits the IoTLab

September 2018

Mohamed Sandeli, Assistant Professor Class A and PhD Candidate at the Department of Software Technologies and Information Systems, Faculty of New Technologies of Information and Communication, University Abdelhamid Mehri – Constantine 2, visits the IoT Lab in September-October 2018. This visit is a follow-up of his previous visit on July 2017 to continue collaborating on positioning in wireless sensor networking.

2018-09 – G. Ferrari and A. Cilfone participate to the kick-off meeting of AFarCloud

September 2018

G. Ferrari and A. Cilfone participate to the kick-off meeting of the European project Aggregate Farming in the Cloud (AFarCloud), Call H2020-ECSEL- 2017-2-RIA-two-stage, project ID 783221. The kick-off was held at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) in Madrid, Spain. The project involves 60 partners, is coordinated by UPM, and the total project cost is over 28 M€. See the also the news in the University of Parma website.

2018-06 – Prof. Ferrari coordinates a panel on “IoT and Sensors” at the meeting INDUSTRY 4.0: strumenti operativi, tecnologie e servizi di supporto per le imprese

June 2018

Prof. Ferrari coordinates a panel on “IoT and Sensors” at the meeting INDUSTRY 4.0: strumenti operativi, tecnologie e servizi di supporto per le imprese organized by Unione Parmense degli Industriali, Parma, Italy. This event is organized in the context of the Confidustria initiative INDUSTRY 4.0: #Preparati al futuro.

2018-05 – The paper “Monitoring infants by automatic video processing: a unified approach” received the Honors status

May 2018

The paper “Monitoring infants by automatic video processing: a unified approach,” co-authored by L. Cattani, D. Alinovi, G. Ferrari, R. Raheli, E. Pavlidis, C. Spagnoli, F. Pisani and
published in Elsevier Computers in Biology and Medicine (vol. 80, 1 January 2017, pp. 158-165. DOI:10.1016/j.compbiomed.2016.11.010) received the Honors status. The award is assigned to the top 9% of over 300 papers published in 2017.