News / Research Showcase for Location-Based Services



Wednesday, April 22, 2009
12:00 noon to 3:00 pm
Room 502 IS Building

Hassan Karimi’s Doctoral Seminar students are going to be showcasing their research projects on Location-Based Services.  Stop by on Wednesday, April 22, and discover what types of projects the students are undertaking.  There will be eight presentations, each lasting approximately 15-20 minutes.  Refreshments will be served and faculty and graduate students are welcome to attend.  The projects include:

  • Context-Aware Computer Lab Model
    Parot Ratnapinda
  • LALA:  Location-Aware Learning Assistance
    Mike Devine
  • Towards a More Effective Privacy Preservation Framework for Location-Based Services
    Amirreza Masoumzadeh
  • Designing Indoor Navigation via a Virtual Environment
    Patrick Dudas
  • A Multi-Agent Heuristic Routing Algorithm
    Ming Ren
  • A Distributed K-anonymity Approach for Preserving Privacy in Location-Based Services
    Hassan Takabi
  • Indoor Routing for Mobility Impaired Individuals
    Mahsa Ghafourian
  • Discovering and Modeling Preferences of Cyclists
    Martijn de Jongh