Monthly Archives: September 2016

From Montréal to TC133

Busy weeks for Jussi Parvainen. Last week was spent in Montréal to present a paper Robust Misalignment Handling in Pedestrian Dead Reckoning by Jayaprasad Bojja, Jussi Parviainen, Jussi Collin, Riku Hellevaara, Jani Käppi, Kimmo Alanen and Jarmo Takala at 2016 … Continue reading

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Common data encryption problem in

A regular wednesday morning starts, but with a small inspiration from yesturday evening. Being a car enthusiastic the best place to check out the price and sale status of cars is probably the page. After checking it around for … Continue reading

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Greetings from Salamanca, Spain

This fall I had the privilege to give a keynote at El Congreso Español de Informática (CEDI) or Spanish Conference of Computer Science, a collection of national Spanish conferences where  some 500 Spanish-speaking computer and software educators from different universities meet … Continue reading

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Empirical Software Engineering International Week

Last week I attended some of the events held during Empirical Software Engineering International Week (or ESEIW for short) in Ciudad Real, Spain. While the weather was scorching the week provided lots of interesting topics and discussions related to empirical … Continue reading

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The newest *PhD* acquisition to the team

Moi kaikille! I am César, THE newest (maybe?) PhD student starting at Pervasive Computing, I am working on side-channel analysis and cryptography under Prof. Billy. My objective is to break things and then fix them – hopefully, security related. I … Continue reading

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EMBC conference 2016

In my last post, I promised that you’ll hear more from our project as ideas are set and now need to get implemented. So here we are, Emre and I went to present some of the results to the 38th … Continue reading

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