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NEMPS-Workshop of the 1st semester 2017

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Title:
NEMPS-Workshop of the 1st semester 2017
When:
Thu, 30. March 2017
Where:
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Description

PhD Students: 

Andres Elias Mrad Ricaurte
Helder valente
Liliana Inocêncio Carvalho
 
Themes:
Research and Innovation Methodologies
Digital Media
Cooperative Wireless Systems
Interactive Design
 
The Agenda of this Workshop is as follows:
 

14h00 - 15h00: Research and Innovation Methodologies - Chair: Prof. João Canto

• Andres Mrad Ricaurte, "A Review of: Activity Sensing in the Wild: A Field Trial of UbiFit
Garden"
• Helder valente, "A Review of: LTE-direct vs. WiFi-direct for machine-type communications
over LTE-A systems"
• Liliana Inocêncio Carvalho, "A Review of: Modeling Dynamical Influence in Human Interaction"
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15h00 - 16h00: 
Digital Media - 
Chair: Prof. Céila Quico
• Andres Mrad Ricaurte, “Undertale”
• Hélder Barradas Valente, “As We May Think”
• Liliana Inocêncio Carvalho, “LinkedIn”, Reid Hoffman et al.
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16h00 - 16H30 : Coffee-break
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16h30 - 17h30:  Cooperative Wireless Systems - Chair: Prof. Rute Sofia
• Andres Mrad Ricaurte, “Example of a file transfer service in Android via Wi-Fi Direct”.
• Liliana Inocêncio Carvalho, “MIMO simulation in the network simulator (ns)”
• Helder Valente. “Examples of simulation LTE scenarios with NS-3”
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17h30 - 18h30 - 
Interaction Design - 
Chair: Prof. Conceição Costa
• Andres Mrad Ricaurte, “Heuristic evaluation and redesign of Skyrim game user interface”
• Helder valente, “Enhancing user experience of efedbacks platform”
• Liliana Inocêncio Carvalho, “Evaluation of NSense user experience (type of users under
definition)”


Venue

Location:
Room U.02

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