An Affordable and Portable Technology for Real-Time Scheduling of Appliances in Smart Homes, has been awarded the Best Track Paper award at the 4th North American International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management (IEOM 2019).
BiRimingham Illinois Partnership for Discovery, Engagement, and Education has funded “Learning Activities appropriate for Industry 4.0: a Birmingham-Illinois partnership in Sensing and Control Across the Ocean” (joint with John Easton, Timothy Jackson, Mahvish Nazir (Birmingham) and Ramavarapu Sreenivas (UIUC)
“Array of Things Nodes for UIUC and U-C”, with Professor R.S. Sreenivas (ISE) and Tracy Smith (Campus Research IT) has been funded through the ISE Visionary, High-Risk Research and Education fund.
The proposal “Air quality in the home: from smart sensing to action” by C. Catlett, P. Francisco, and R. Sowers has been funded by the Discovery Partners Institute. Mentioned in the News-Gazette. and in the Math Times
Congratulations to Elizabeth Ramos, who has been awarded an ISE REU for “IoT Air Quality Monitoring for Health”.
Rachneet Kaur will be giving an oral presenting on “Internet Of Things For Power Consumption” at the 2018 Informs Annual Meeting.
Article on the Smart Strawberry Field in the Spring 2018 Math Times
Congratulations; Rachneet Kaur and Karthik Venkata’s poster Internet of Things for Power Consumption has been accepted at the 2018 CSL Student Conference.
“Energy Price Modeling”, by Kevin Thompson, Rachneet Kaur, John Nguyen, Clara Schaye, Daniel Yee and Rachel Zilz (advised by Daniel Block, R. S. Sreenivas, and R. Sowers), has been accepted for Poster presentation at 2018 IEEE Power and Energy Conference at Illinois, to be held at the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana from Feb 22-23, 2018.