Ambient Intelligence

The group studies efficient algorithms that enable intelligent spaces and interaction, including on-body and environmental sensing, usable security, optimization and machine learning methods.
Ambient Intelligence

The group develops algorithms for Pervasive and Mobile Systems, in particular with regard to Activity Recognition and Usable Security. The algorithms are analysed, and optimized with respect to constraints in mobile and pervasive environments and their performance is empirically verified in rigorous experimental studies. The results are regularly demonstrated through instrumentations ranging from mobile devices to prototype sensing hardware.

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The research group is led by Professor Stephan Sigg.

Group members

Muneeba Raja

Muneeba Raja

Department of Communications and Networking
Doctoral Candidate
Stephan Sigg

Stephan Sigg

Department of Communications and Networking
Assistant Professor

Le Nguyen

Department of Communications and Networking
Doctoral Candidate

Si-Ahmed Naas

Department of Communications and Networking
Doctoral Candidate

Sameera Palipana

Department of Communications and Networking
Postdoctoral Researcher

Latest publications

Ambient Intelligence, Department of Communications and Networking

On the Use of Stray Wireless Signals for Sensing: A Look beyond 5G for the Next Generation of Industry

Publishing year: 2019 COMPUTER
Department of Communications and Networking, Ambient Intelligence

Wireless Multifrequency Feature Set to Simplify Human 3D Pose Estimation

Publishing year: 2019 IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters
Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT, Department of Computer Science, Professorship Kaski S., Department of Communications and Networking, Professorship Kaski K., Ambient Intelligence

Mobile Brainwaves

Publishing year: 2019 IEICE Transactions on Communications
Department of Communications and Networking, Ambient Intelligence

Exploiting usage to predict instantaneous app popularity: Trend filters and retention rates

Publishing year: 2019 ACM TRANSACTIONS ON THE WEB
Department of Communications and Networking, Ambient Intelligence

Closed-Eye Gaze Gestures

Publishing year: 2019
Department of Communications and Networking, Ambient Intelligence

Workout Type Recognition and Repetition Counting with CNNs from 3D Acceleration Sensed on the Chest

Publishing year: 2019
Department of Communications and Networking, Ambient Intelligence

Security Properties of Gait for Mobile Device Pairing

Publishing year: 2019 IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing
Ambient Intelligence, Department of Communications and Networking, Network Security and Trust

Hide my Gaze with EOG!

Publishing year: 2019
Ambient Intelligence, Department of Communications and Networking

Tennis Stroke Classification: Comparing Wrist and Racket as IMU Sensor Position

Publishing year: 2019
Department of Computer Science, Department of Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering, Ambient Intelligence, Department of Communications and Networking

Free-Form Gaze Passwords from Cameras Embedded in Smart Glasses

Publishing year: 2019
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