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2011-02-25 Dr. Chen is going to give a seminar talk on the topic of "Participatory Phone Sensing and Its Applications" in Department of Information and Computer Engineering, Chung Yuan Christian University on 2011/3/21 19:00-20:00.
2011-02-25 Dr. Chen is going to give a seminar talk on the topic of "Participatory Phone Sensing and Its Applications" in Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Tatung University on 2011/3/16 10:10-12:00.
2010-12-15 Dr. Chen is going to give a seminar talk on the topic of "A Comfort Measuring System for Public Transportation Systems Using Participatory Phone Sensing" in Department of Computer Science, National Chiao Tung University on 2010/12/29 1:30-3:10pm.
2010-10-21 Cheng-Yu is going deliver his TPE-CMS work in the ACM SenSys workshop on Phone Sensing on 2010/11/2 in Zurich, Switzerland.
2010-10-11 Dr. Chen is going to give a seminar talk on the topic of "Wireless Sensor Networks: Lessons Learned From Deployed Systems" in Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Dong Hwa University on 2010/10/15 2-4pm.
2010-10-11 Dr. Chen is going to give a talk on the topic of "Wireless Sensor Networks: Lessons Learned From Deployed Systems" in Wireless Ad Hoc and Sensor Network Workshop (in St. John's University) on 2010/10/28 9:30am.
2010-09-10 Congratulate to Cheng-Yu and Ying-Yu! The paper entitled "A Comfort Measuring System for Public Transportation Systems Using Participatory Phone Sensing" is accepted to the International Workshop on Sensing for App Phones (PhoneSense, in conjunction with ACM SenSys)!
2010-08-12 Good news! The paper entitled "Exploiting Puzzle Diversity in Puzzle Selection for ESP-like GWAP Systems" has been included in the shortlist for WI 2010 Best Paper Award (5 out of 52 papers accepted to the conference)!
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