The “KAUST Research Conference on New Trends in Biosensors and Bioelectronics” was held in KAUST between the 25th and 27th of February. This yearly event aims to give an overview of the most recent efforts in bioelectronics that tackle the “interface” problem and overcome the limits of the current technologies by generating new materials/architectures/device components.
ISL this year is receiving over 10+ students from all around the world. Students range from Montreal, Canada, to Ile-Ife, Nigeria. These visiting students are all supervised by Dr. Tareq AlNaffouri and working on a variety of topics within the Information Systems Lab.
Accurate indoor positioning has the potential to transform the way people navigate indoors similar to the way the GPS transformed outdoor navigation. Over the last 20 years, many indoor positioning technologies have been proposed and experimented by both academia and industry.
Summary of Delft internship : Advanced sensor networks are needed in order to meet the increasing needs of IoT applications, such as automated surveillance, environmental monitoring, smart cities, and so on.
ISL PhD Student Osama Bushnaq did an internship at the University of British Coloumbia in Canada. His internship was focused on UAV-IoT.