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Viet Duc Le successfully defended his doctoral thesis 
On 01 September 2016, Viet Duc Le successfully defended his doctoral thesis entitled "Symbolic Sensing - Exploring and Exploiting Cooperative Sensing in Heterogeneous Sensor Networks”. The research has been performed under supervision of Prof. Paul Havinga (promotor) and Ir. Hans Scholten (assistant-promotor).





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PS at CuriousU summer school 
The 2016 edition of CuriousU summer school took place on 14 till 23 August 2016, at University of Twente, in the Netherlands.
For the Smart Cities track of this international summer school, in which students from 40 counties participated, PS members organized a session called “Sense and the City”. In this session, students were given lectures about the principles of Internet of Things, wireless sensor networks, and sensor data analytics, mobile/iBeacon sensing, ad-hoc communication and data, and analytics on streaming data and mobility/activity pattern recognition. Students were given Bluetooth bracelets, whose data was collected and analyzed by the students themselves to see their activities during the week.

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PS outing, sport and cultural activities  
On 13 July 2016, PS members had their summer group outing in Utrecht. On the program was lunch, biking/stepping, a visit to the Fort Rhijnauwen, canoeing, and a BBQ dinner.

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Invited talk at United Nations/Kenya Conference 
On 28 June 2016, Paul Havinga gave an invited talk titled "The Rhino project - Towards Smart Wildparks" during the United Nations/Kenya Conference on “Space Technology and Applications for Wildlife Management and Protecting Biodiversity”. The conference was held in Nairobi, Kenya.





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Okan Turkes successfully defended his doctoral thesis 
On 01 June 2016, Okan Turkes successfully defended his doctoral thesis entitled "Opportunistic Beacon Networks”. The research has been performed under supervision of Prof. Paul Havinga (promotor) and Ir. Hans Scholten (assistant-promotor).

Thesis can be found at: http://eprints.eemcs.utwente.nl/27036/





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