Mobile Computing Group

Mobile Computing Group

Research

There is a general consensus that mobile devices are the future of end-user computing since smartphone sales have exceeded PC sales for the first time in 2010. This trend has a profound effect on the computing landscape because of their ubiquitous presence, multi-channel (802.11, Bluetooth, NFC, 3G/4G, ...) connectivity, multi-sensor (touch screen, gyroscope, accelerometer, GPS, ...) interactivity, and multi-core processing capability.

The group is devoted to explore and exploit the combined features that make mobile devices a readily available platform for real-time, concurrent, distributed, and embedded computing, by developing programming environments to ease achieving correctness, performance and productivity goals in the development of embedded applications over networks of mobile devices, with special focus on critical domains (healthcare, automotive, ...).

Teaching

Mobile Computing.

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People

Sergio Yovine, PI
Gervasio Pérez, PhD student
Gonzalo Winniczuk, undergraduate student

Former members

Diego Hara, undergraduate student
Santiago Alvarez, undergraduate student, supported by BlackBerry grant
Patricio Inzaghi, undergraduate student, supported by BlackBerry grant
Matías Laporte, undergraduate student, supported by BlackBerry grant

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