James Scott (alumni)
User ID:jws22
Position:PhD Approved
Homepage:http://www.tokenstar.com /james /
Overview and Interests
James received his BA in Computer Science from the University of Cambridge in 1998, and then joined the LCE, graduating with a PhD in December 2002.

He was a founding member of the Networked Surfaces project, working on link layer, network layer, and transport layer issues for Networked Surfaces. He was also involved in the physical design of the Networked Surface prototype, as well as the use of Networked Surfaces for location information.

His current research interests include novel local area networks, mobility in TCP/IP, ubiquitous computing, and context-aware computing.


1. James Scott, Frank Hoffmann, Glenford Mapp, Mike Addlesee, Andy Hopper, "Networked Surfaces: A New Concept in Mobile Networking," ACM Mobile Networks and Applications, vol. 7, no. 5, Oct 2002

2. Frank Hoffmann, James Scott, "Location of Mobile Devices Using Networked Surfaces," Fourth International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2002), Sep 2002

3. James Scott, "Networked Surfaces: A Novel LAN Technology," PhD thesis, University of Cambridge, May 2002

4. Frank Hoffmann, James Scott, Mike Addlesee, Glenford Mapp, Andy Hopper, "Data Transport on the Networked Surface," Proceedings of the 26th Annual IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks, Nov 2001

5. James Scott, Frank Hoffmann, Glenford Mapp, Michael Addlesee, Andy Hopper, "Networked Surfaces: A New Concept in Mobile Networking," Proceedings of the Third IEEE Workshop on Mobile Computing Systems and Applications, Dec 2000

6. James Scott, Frank Hoffmann, "Networked Surfaces," Multi-Service Networks 2000, Jul 2000