Category Archives: Presentations

Sensorcast Invited to Present at DARPA/UCI Workshop on Mobile and Intelligent Sensor Networks

Sensorcast has been invited to be a poster presenter at the DARPA/UCI Workshop on Mobile and Intelligent Sensor Networks on February 8th, 2016. This is organized by the UC Irvine Office of Research. From the announcement:

“Sensor networks are crucial for collecting data and understanding the physical world. This workshop will explore fundamental challenges in design and deployment of heterogeneous sensor networks that can benefit from mobility and intelligent distributed decision making. Distributed decision making and deployment is fundamental to large heterogeneous sensor networks as global and central algorithms are not feasible. The fundamental goals of the network deployment are improving the capacity/throughout, connectivity, coverage, bandwidth efficiency, mobility, delay, and security of the heterogeneous sensor networks.

The goal of the workshop is to foster discussion, discovery, and dissemination of the state-of-the-art in this area and identifying potential next generation breakthrough technologies.”

Updated 2016/02/09: Our poster used for the workshop can be found here.

DECO at Citizen Science June 9th

Hello there,

Are you confused about what DECO really is? Why cosmic rays are important? Who we really are? Well then, come on over to the LA Makerspace in downtown Los Angeles Sunday, June 9th for an hour long briefing somewhere between 2pm and 5pm. We’ll be talking about the current state of the project, future goals, and funding! There will also be several other projects being presented about various science and education topics.

Tickets are $10 a person. However, if you are already a member of LA Makerspace or donated to the Kickstarter back in February, then you can come for free! We’ll also be serving snacks and refreshments. There’s free food. You really don’t have an excuse to not come.

RSVP and event information is here: http://lamcitizenscience.eventbrite.com/

P.S. Street parking can be scarce, so bring $5-$10 for lot parking.

Coming Soon…

See our presentation (Android & Cosmic-Rays) at the LA SoCal Code, October 15 & 16 at USC.