Location: Kårhusets Gasquesal, John Ericssons väg 3, Lund
Location: Kårhusets Hörsal
Session chair: Erik G. Larsson
New recruitments: Emelie Engström, Tom Ziemke
Location: Kårhusets Hörsal
Session chair: Emelie Engström
Location: Kårhusets Gasquesal
Location: Kårhusets Hörsal
Session chair: Emelie Engström
Speaker: Professor Margaret-Anne Storey, University of Victoria
At these sessions we want to stimulate discussions about future directions and collaborations by letting some of the ELLIIT professors introduce themselves through a selection of their recent publications. Each professor will give a short presentation of his/her current research interests and approaches, followed by questions, brainstorming and an open discussion with the audience. There will also be time at the end of the session for a common discussion about future directions.
|Speakers||Cristian Sminchisescu |
|Emil Björnson |
|Chair||Ingrid Hotz||Walid Taha||Mohammad Reza Mousavi|
|Room||Kårhuset: Hollywood||Kårhuset: Hörsal||Studiecentrum: Pepparholmen|
Location: Kårhustes Hörsal
Session chair: Anders Robertsson
Speaker: Professor Thor I. Fossen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
In this session each ELLIIT-project will run a mini-workshop. Some of the workshops are open for anyone to join (open) and some are for the people already involved in the project (internal).
Coordinator: Ove Edfors
Location: Studiecentrum: Pepparholmen
This project investigates and develops key technologies for fifth-generation (5G) wireless networks. It consists of six separate work packages (WPs), covering all aspects from design and analysis of physical layer transmission techniques, via optimization of algorithms and analog/digital hardware implementations thereof, to higher layer functions such as solutions for networking and security. The three high-level, cross-WP, goals in a five-year perspective are to 1) provide system and hardware design methodologies for massive MIMO based 5G systems, ready for deployment-grade designs, 2) develop reliability and security mechanisms allowing 5G wireless networks to be used in highly sensitive and critical applications, such as vehicular communication and wireless control systems, and 3) significantly advance design and analysis tools for efficient and highly scalable IoT and sensor networks.
10.30 - 10.40 Opening
10.40 - 11.00 Mm wave channel modelling and characterization (F. Tufvesson & C. Gustafson)
11.00 - 11.20 Energy-efficient data converters and RF front-ends for 5G (H. Sjöland & A. Alvandpour)
11.20 - 11.40 Scheduling with Scalable TTI for Heterogeneous Traffic Management in 5G Networks (D. Yuan)
11.40 - 12.00 Trusted Computing in the Context of 5G (L. Karlsson)
Coordinator: Anton Cervin
Coordinator: Jörn Janneck
Coordinator: Jurgen Börstler
Location: E:2405 Glasburen
Coordinator: Görel Hedin
Coordinator: Patrick Doherty
As robotic systems begin to enter society and take on tasks in cooperation and collaboration with humans, there are a great many research challenges that need to be tackled before robots and humans can operate together in a robust, reliable, resilient and safe manner. The ELLIIT project on Collaborative Robotic Systems explores issues associated with this topic such as symbiotic human-robotic interaction, collaborative automated planning, and on-line learning for safe and resilient robots, among others. Applications range from smart cars to teams of unmanned aerial vehicles. In this workshop, we will provide an overview of some of the research activities in this area targeted by participants in the project at Lund University and Linköping University.
10.30 - 10.45 Introduction to the project
10.45 - 11.15 Lund University activities in the project [ B. Bernhardsson, A. Robertsson, and students]
11.15 - 11.45 Linköping University activities in the project [P. Doherty and students]
11.45 - 12.00 Discussion
Overview of the results from the VOT Challenge 2016
Coordinator: Michael Felsberg
Location: Studiecentrum: Saltholmen
In 2013 the Visual object tracking, VOT, initiative was established to address performance evaluation for short-term visual object trackers. The initiative aims at establishing datasets, performance evaluation measures and toolkits as well as creating a platform for discussing evaluation-related issues. Since its emergence in 2013, four workshops and challenges on RGB sequences have been carried out in conjunction with the major computer vision conferences ICCV and ECCV. Since 2015 two additional challenges on thermal IR sequences have been organized. In this workshop, we will give an overview of the outcomes from these challenges, share new ideas about evaluation methodology, present successful approaches to the tracking problem, and discuss new ideas for future challenges on tracking and related areas.
Coordinator: Kalle Åström
Location: Studiecentrum: Brunnen
The GPS system to determine the position is based on measuring the distances to a few satelites in known position by measuring the time it takes for the radio signals to travel from the satelites to the receiver. More generally it is possible to estimate positions relative to a map of landmarks using a variety of sensors, e.g.\ audio, radio, vision, magnetometers. Indoor navigation is much more challenging compared to outdoor navigation since there is usually no GPS coverage, electronic compasses do not work that well, and the radio environment is complicated. Visual localization with respect to landmarks has the potential to overcome many of these problems, but needs considerable development to be robust and to be able to scale to large image collections. In this workshop we will present recent advances on several aspects of navigation, localization and map making, e.g. using of combining several different sensor modalities such as cameras, inertial sensors (accelerometers and gyroscopes), Ultra-wideband (UWB), sound, wifi signal strength, wifi round-trip time measurements, field strength measurements.
10:30-10:50 Gustav Hendeby, Linköping Localization Applications Based on Measurements Available In a Smartphone
10:50-11:10 Anders Mannesson, Lund Indoor SLAM In Multi-floor Environments Using Crowdsourced Wifi Signal Strength
11:10-11:30 Magnus Oskarsson, Lund Fast polynomial solvers with applications in robust geometric estimation
11:30-12:00 Kenenth Batstone & Marcus Greif, Lund Viability of UWB Round-Trip Time Measurements for Time-of-Arrival Self Calibration and Indoor Localization
Coordinator: Anders Ynnerman
This workshop will address the research challenges involved in enabling effective visualisation for decision support of large scale spatio-temporal data of high dimensionality and heterogeneity. The visualization pipeline needs to reduce data several orders of magnitude prior to rendering and interaction. This entails work on several aspects of data processing, such as real-time data mining making use of modelling, aggregation, dimensionality reduction etc. Learning approaches to data reduction is of particular interest and will be in focus. The workshop will also address human interfaces and creation of feedback loops for interactive analysis and steering. We will also discuss the integration aspects of decision support applications and the challenges the overwhelming data streams pose to hardware and software architectures.
Coordinator: Anders Hansson
Modern control systems put new demands on control theory. Many of the modelling, analysis and design methods available do not scale well with increasing complexity. Applications and/or industrial practice often relies on distributed control structures, and there is a strong need for more systematic approaches to design and analysis of such structures and the corresponding information interfaces, especially with the development of “internet of things” and the so-called “smart society”. This workshop will present results obtained so far within the project.
10.30 – 11.10 Distributed Robustness Analysis, Anders Hansson
11.10 – 11.30 Optimisation-based motion planning with obstacles and priorities, Marcus Greiff
11.30 – 11.50 On Real-Time Trajectory Generation using Model Predictive Control, Mahdi Ghazaei Ardakani
11.50 – 12.00 Discussion
Coordinator: Anders Robertsson
23 April 17.00: Choir concert from the world of video games
24-25 April : Digital Society Symposium
26 April: Digitalisation of the Built Environment (in Swedish)
26-27 April: ELLIIT Anual Workshop
27 April 09:15-12:00: Digiwork Open House with Poster Exhibit,
27 April 13.00-17.00: eHealth: the Digital Transformation of Healthcare (in Swedish)
27 April 15.00-18.00: Knowledge in a Digital World: Discussion of Results and Debate (in Swedish)
28 April 09:00-17.00: How Sustainble is the Digital Society?
28 April 13.00-16.00: Integrity Issues in a Digital Society
28 April 13.00-16.00: Internet: Democracy and Community or Isolation and Trolling? (in Swedish)
29 April 12.00-1700: Robots: Past, Present and Future
29-30 April 12.00-17.00 Robot theme in Vattenhallen Science Centre