Professor Andy Hopper has received the ACM Sigmobile Test-of-Time award for “The active badge location system.”
The paper is joint work with Roy Want, Veronica Falcao and Jonathan Gibbons.
The SIGMOBILE Test-of-Time awards recognize papers that have had a sustained and significant impact in the SIGMOBILE community over at least a decade.
The award was presented to Professor Andy Hopper at ACM MobiSys on June 29th, in Singapore.
Mariana Marasoiu has received an honourable mention at EuroVis 2016 for ‘Clarifying Hypotheses by Sketching Data’.
The paper is joint work with Alan Blackwell, Advait Sarkar and Martin Spott.
Mariana is a member of the Rainbow Graphics & Interaction Group under the supervision of Professor Alan Blackwell.
The video of this year’s Wheeler Lecture is now available. If you were unable to attend the lecture, or you wish to hear it again, then we hope you will find this useful. The video and audio are also available to download from the Streaming Media Service.
Jeremy Yallop and Ohad Kammar have organised an International Summer School on Metaprogramming.
The summer school will be held at Robinson College from 8-12th August.
The service name ‘
slogin-new.cl.cam.ac.uk‘ is used for the newest slogin pilot or service for the department (see Time Sharing Syetsms).
A new system is in development, so anyone wanting to use the previous ‘new’ server sandy should use
slogin-serv.cl.cam.ac.uk (using ssh user keys) or
sandy (using Kereberos). TGT server users should check their configuration files.
PhD student Jingyun Zhang has won a CAPE Acorn Post-graduate Research Award 2016 for a joint project with Lu Bai.
The project, The Digital Distributed Antenna System (DDAS) over Internet Protocol (IP), is one of three to receive the CAPE Acorn Award.
Jingyun Zhang is a member of the Systems Research Group under the supervision of Dr Andrew Moore.
The Wheeler lecture for 2016 will be given by Dr. Andrew Herbert on Wednesday 25th May. The programme is now available, and registration is open if you wish to attend.
Dr Frank Stajano launched and hosted the Inter-ACE Cyberchallenge, a hacking competition between the country’s GCHQ-recognized Academic Centres of Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACE-CSR).
The event was run on April 23rd at the Computer Laboratory, in partnership with Facebook.
Ten of the 13 ACE-CSRs sent a team of four students to Cambridge. In parallel, an individual competition was also run online for students who were not in their ACE’s team.
Cambridge won both individual and team gold. The winning team comprised Stella Lau, Will Shackleton, Cheng Sun, Gábor Szarka. The winner of individual gold was Dimitrije Erdeljan. All are undergraduates at the Computer Laboratory.
Dr Markus Kuhn received a Bright Ideas Award in a ceremony at the University Information Service (UIS) on April 7th 2016.
For the inaugural Bright Ideas campaign, UIS chose to target the 900-strong Cambridge IT community with a technology-focused issue: “affordable ideas that would make a difference to the tech community and the University”.
Professor John Daugman has been elected a Fellow of the US National Academy of Inventors (NAI) at a ceremony in Washington DC.
Election to NAI Fellow status is a high professional distinction accorded to academic inventors who have demonstrated a highly prolific spirit of innovation in creating or facilitating outstanding inventions that have made a tangible impact on quality of life, economic development, and welfare of society.