Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Friday, November 12, 2010
Of course we at the UBI-SERV project have always been excited by this challenge and it has been one of the central research themes in our project. The slides below summarize some of our proposals on the subject which has also been presented in various health and technology conferences.
Place: Meeting Room D302
Faculty of Electronics, Communications and Automation (ETA), Aalto University School of Science and Technology, Otakaari 5, Espoo, Finland
10:00 – 10:30 Introduction to the Radio Communications Research Group and ongoing research activities
Prof. Jyri Hämäläinen, Comnet/Aalto University
10:30 – 11:15 Presentation about ARLES Research Group and EU FP7 CONNECT project, Prof. Valérie Issarny, ARLES/INRIA
11:15 – 11:20 Break
11:20 – 12:05 iSpaces presentation and ongoing research
Prof. Jukka Riekki, CSE/Oulu University
12:05 – 13:40 Lunch
13:40 – 14:10 Integrating heterogeneous coordination models in SOA
Nikolaos Georgantas, ARLES/INRIA
14:10 – 14:40 Research overview and some results from MOTIVE UBI-SERV and Celtic HOMESNET projects
Edward Mutafungwa, Comnet/Aalto University
14:40 – 14:55 Break
14:55 – 15:40 Middleware Support for Mobile Social Ecosystems
Animesh Pathak, ARLES/INRIA
15:40 – 16:10 Overview and some results from Pervasive Service Computing (PSC) project
Oleg Davidyuk, CSE/Oulu University
Monday, October 11, 2010
Prof. Jiao Bingli of PKU is visiting Aalto University Department of Communications and Networking (Comnet) during October 2010. In addition to Aalto-PKU research cooperation on wireless ECG systems, he will lecture the course Selected Topics in Mobile Communication: Case Wireless EGC.
Mika Husso of Aalto/Comnet is working as a visiting researcher at the Department of Signal and Communications Theory at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (Barcelona, Spain) for a period of September 1, 2010 - February 28, 2011. His research during the visit focuses on femtocellular communications and techno-economic analysis. Moreover, the visit aims at initiating closer collaboration in the field of wireless communications between the two universities.
Iiro Jantunen of Aalto/Comnet is working as a visiting researcher at School of Computing at the University of Eastern Finland (Kuopio, Finland) for the period of September 7 to December 31, 2010. He concentrates on opening a cooperation with the Computational Intelligence research group and finalizing his doctoral thesis.
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Research Methods for Social Media -seminar organized by the VISCI research project together with the SOMUS research group took place on the 31st of August in the Aalto University campus in Otaniemi, Espoo. The seminar consisted of three keynote speeches, a discussion session and five parallel afternoon workshops.
Lisbeth Klastrup, an associate professor at the IT University of Copenhagen: ”Users are Useless – Some Reflections by a Social Media Researcher”
Lisbeth Klastrup hightlighted the need to acknowledge the scope of online audiences and avoid the bias towards active users in social media research. The non-interactive, more passive users seem to form the majority of online audiences but social media research doesn't yet really address this user group. There is also a need for a more nuanced vocabulary of user behaviours. ”Following” in social media is as important user activity as contributing is and one needs to note that not all user activity is public (e.g. exchanging private messages in Facebook's Inbox). In addition, social media can not be studied in isolation of its context and without considering the synergy it has with traditional media.
Jaakko Suominen, a professor of digital culture at the University of Turku: ”How do you do, Social Media? On triangulation matrixes and everyday research practices”
Jaakko Suominen brought up the need for triangulation of several different research methods in order to grasp the new research area since no special research methods yet exist for social media. He also presented three different roles of social media for research: 1) social media as the subject of the study 2) social media as a resource for data and material for the study3) social media as a tool for the researchers.
Minna Isomursu, a research professor at VTT: ”Social Media in User Research: Immersion, Privacy and Contribution”
Minna Isomursu presented example cases on how she has used social media in her research and her presentation brought up discussion especially on the ethics of social media research which seems to be lacking guidelines. Her research that included the study subjects rating their Facebook friends' status updates raised the question of informed consent: study participants had given their consent for the research but not their Facebook friends whose status updates were evaluated. Another interesting question was about the changing role of the study subjects when they become co-creaters and co-researchers: should their input be acknowledged for example in publications?
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
Session 1A: Designing New eHealth Services
Chairing prof. Qin Gao, Tsinghua University. Tuesday June 1, 2010, 10:45–11:45.
Activity-Driven Information Analysis – Designing Personal Ubiquitous Health and Wellbeing Systems
M. Toivanen, J. Mykkänen, M. Korpela
Co-Ordination Support Through Transparency (COSTT): Real-Time Use of Sensor Data to Improve Workflow in the Perioperative Domain
A. Faxvaag, A. Seim, P. Toussaint
Developing Mobile ICT for Improved Health; Safety and Well-Being Together with Elderly People - Experiences From the Myhealth@age (2008-2010) Project
A. Melander-Wikman, B. Bergvall-Kåreborn, T. Ghaye, L. Lundin-Olsson
Development of User-Centred E-Health for Persons with Severe Mental Disorders
M. Välimäki, H. Hätönen, L. Kuosmanen, M. Koivunen, M. Anttila, A. Pitkänen
Session 1B: Health Sensors and Networks
Chairing Dr. Vesa Pakarinen, VTT. Tuesday June 1, 2010, 14:45–15:45.
Add-on 5 kHz Inductive Link for Mobile Phones Using Audio Port
I. Jantunen, S. Siikavirta, V. Nässi, T. Korhonen, J. Kaasinen
Design and Implementation of ECG detection method based on HHT
D. Ye, C. Qiao, B. L. Jiao, Y. P. Zhao
Development of a 12-Lead Electrocardiogram Interpretation System Via Zigbee
C. C. Kuo, H. Y. Liao
Cooperative Data Dissemination for Telecare Systems Via Wireless Pervasive Networking
X. H. Peng
Session 2A: Emergency Telemedicine and Pervasive Services
Chairing prof. Yuping Zhao, PKU. Wednesday June 2, 2010, 10:45–11:45.
UBIeCall: Automated Emergency Calling for Medical Emergencies Using Standard Ecall Solutions
E. Mutafungwa, T. Korhonen
Automatic Emergency Telemedicine System in Mobile Communication Network
S. Zhou, Y. P. Zhao, B. L. Jiao
Concept of a Communication Middleware for Ambient Assisted Living Environments
K. Renhak, M. Federspiel, J. Seitz, H.-P. Schade
State of the Art on Pervasive Service Computing
J. H. Zhou, J. Riekki, M. Ylianttila, J. Y. Zhou, F. L. Tang, M. Y. Guo
Session 2B: Healthcare Management
Chairing mr. Timo Itälä, Aalto SoberIT. Wednesday June 2, 2010, 14:45–15:45.
A Regional Model for Healthcare Information Sharing in China
J. C. Jiang, M. Korpela, J. Mykkänen
Studying the Applicability of Methods – Activity Driven Needs Analysis Applied to Maternity Pathway in Pudong; Shanghai
I. Luukkonen, M. Korpela, A. Mursu
Applying Dual Model for Achieving Better E-Health in China
Y. Han, T. Itälä, M. Hämäläinen
The Telehealth Models and Current Legal Issues in Taiwan
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
There were very interesting presentations on safety and security in a Maritime environment. It is notable that most solutions developed land based smart and intelligent environments are equally applicable for maritime environments.
In got to attend one of the afternoon parallel workshop sessions and proposed some potential research topics for safety networking on passenger ferries. A passenger ferry tends a home for the passengers for a few days or weeks depending on destination(s). There is plenty do in this area to bring them services and applications they are usually accustomed to whilst on dry land!
We are awaiting for concluding slides from TEKES based on input at this event.
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
Thursday, March 25, 2010
Thursday, February 11, 2010
- S-72.1010 Ihminen ja tietoliikennetekniikka (approx. translation "Human interaction with telecommunications technology")
- S-72.2510 User-centric design of telecommunications services
- T-110.5190 Seminar on internetworking
- S-72.3510 Product development of telecommunications systems
Monday, January 18, 2010
- UBI-SERV (User-centric Design of Ubiquitous Welfare and Safety Services and Supporting Technologies for China and Finland) and
- THEWS (Trusted eHealth and eWelfare Information Space)
Iiro Jantunen, Timo Korhonen, Pekka Ruotsalainen
3rd February 2010
TUAS Building, Aalto University, School of Science and Technology, Espoo, Finland.
- UBI-SERV project
Timo Korhonen, Aalto University
- User-centric design and culture
Maija Pekkola, Aalto University
- Emergency telemedicine in indoor multiple dwelling environments
Edward Mutafungwa, Aalto University
- THEWS - trusted eHealh and eWelfare space
Pekka Ruotsalainen, THL
- Personal health records - basic concepts and models
Antto Seppälä, University of Tampere
- Ontologies in eHealth
Pirkko Nykänen, University of Tampere
- Pervasive service computing
Jiehan Zhou, University of Oulu
- Ubiquitous public safety communications
Ole Arrhenius, EADS Secure Networks
- Health and Well-being Cluster Programme
Frank Ryhänen, Culminatum
8:30 Reception, coffee
9:00 Morning session I - presentations
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Morning session II - presentations continue
13:30 Afternoon session I - group work
14:45 Coffee break
15:15 Afternoon session II - group work continues
16:30 Wrap-up of the workshop
17:00 Workshop ends
Preferably contact firstname.lastname@example.org by 29th January 2010 so that your presence can be taken into account in servings and group work planning.