I am currently a Research Fellow at the Hamilton Institute where I got my PhD in 2008. From Oct. 2009 to Sep. 2011,
I worked at the CS department of UT Austin visiting Prof.
LoFi is a WiFi based indoor localization/positioning system. It consists of two components: a modified
WiFi network using off-the-shelf WiFi routers, and an iPhone app for now (Android version is in development).
Here is the video showing how the LoFi system works.
I am building a social website for researchers these days. What? Why?
Social networks (notably Facebook and Twitter) are dominating the Internet now,
but unfortunately we (i.e., researchers) do not use them as they are not useful for work.
Talking about research on Facebook/Twitter is weird.
But social networks can be very useful for us and so I created Paperfocus ---
the Twitter for researchers where we can:
Follow papers, people, conferences that we care about.
Share/Talk whatever we like about research. No weirdos any more! We are in the research world!
Ask/Answer questions about papers, conferences, etc that you care.
Fancy a look? Try to search your name here if you
published papers before in networking conferences, and claim your page following the instructions
that you will see.
Otherwise, welcome to register an account and be social!