Forskarfredag is a Swedish equivalent of European Researchers’ Night. ESRs from MDH prepared a presentation covering thier research topics and presented their research to the audience. In the talk they discussed about the spread of IoT devices, cloud computing and novel edge and fog computing approaches. They also motivated their talk with some interesting cutting edge applications that can benefit from the paradigm. More info is avialable via www.forskarfredag.se
FORA Special Session on Fog-IoT
Special Session on “Fog Computing and the IoT” was held on September 9th, 2021, as a track in 26th International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA) in Västerås, Sweden. The special session was organized by FORA and co-chaired by Dr. Silviu Craciunas from TTTech, Dr. Xenofon Fafoutis from DTU, and Dr. Alessandro Papadopoulos from MDH. The special session is held in the continuation of workshops on Fog Computing…
Fog-IoT 2020 Workshop
The second Workshop on Fog Computing and the IoT (Fog-IoT) was held on April 21st in Sydney, Australia. It was co-located with CPS-IoT Week 2020. The workshop was organized by FORA and co-chaired by Dr. Anton Cervin and Prof. Yang Yang. The workshop was held partly virtual, due to the COVID19 travel restrictions More details are available from here.
European Researcher’s Night in Vienna
Eurpean Researcher’s Night is a yearly Europe-wide event providing an excellent opportunity for researchers to promote their profession to a wide audience. Euroean Researcher’s Night is similar to event, e.g., beSCIENCEd, Austria; ForskarFredag, Sweden; Kaiserslautern Science Night; Science Day, a Danish national science festival. In 2019, European Researcher’s Night took was held on September 2019 at the University of Applied Arts in Wien, Austria. FORA ESR, Jan Ruh, has presented…
Fog-IoT 2019 Workshop
The Workshop on Fog Computing and the IoT (Fog-IoT) was held on April 15th-19th in Montreal, Canada. It was co-located with CPS-IoT Week 2019. The workshop was organized by FORA and co-chaired by Prof. Paul Pop and Prof. Karl-Erik Årzen. More details are available from here.