Connecting with the Emerging Nervous System of Ubiquitous Sensing (Supercapacitors USA 2012)


Dr Joseph Paradiso, Associate Professor
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
United States
 
2012 11월8일.

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Presentation Summary

  • Interfacing humans to the ubiquitous electronic "nervous system"
  • Large-scale diverse sensor data through "cross-reality"
  • Personalization and security for ubiquitous media capture
  • Management of building utilities and energy

Speaker Biography (Joseph Paradiso)

After receiving a BS in electrical engineering and physics summa cum laude from Tufts University, Paradiso became a K.T. Compton fellow at the Lab for Nuclear Science at MIT, receiving his PhD in physics there for research conducted at CERN in Geneva.
 
Joseph Paradiso is an Associate Professor at the MIT Media Laboratory, where he directs the Responsive Environments group, which explores how sensor networks augment and mediate human experience, interaction and perception, and co-directs the Things That Think Consortium, a group of industry sponsors and Media Lab researchers who explore the extreme fringe of embedded computation, communication, and sensing. He received his PhD in Physics from MIT in 1981 and a BSEE from Tufts University in 1977.

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