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  • O’Flynn, B., Buckley J., Laffey D., Barton J., O’Mathuna S.C. - Simulation, Design, Development and Test of Antennas for Wireless Sensor Network Systems, 30th International Conference IMAPS Poland, Cracow, 24-27 Sept. 2006 (TYNDALL)

  • H. Hagras, M. Colley, V. Callaghan, "Collaborating Multi Robotic Agents for Operations in Inaccessible Environments", Proceedings of the IEE International Conference on Autonomous Systems,  pp. 55-76, London, UK, November 2005.

  • Zaharakis, I. D., Kameas, A. D.: “Emergent Phenomena in AmI Spaces” in 1st International EASST-EU Workshop on Future Research Challenges for Software and Services, associated to The European Joint Conferences on Theory and Practice of Software (ETAPS’06), April 1st, 2006, Vienna, Austria (CTI)

  • Stamatis, P., Zaharakis, I. D., Kameas, A. D. “Exploiting Ambient Information into Reactive Agent Architectures. In Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IEE06), July 5-6, 2006, Athens, Hellas (CTI)

  • H. Hagras, M. Colley, A. Pounds-Cornish, G. de Souza, V. Callaghan, G. Nikiforidis, C. Argyropoulos, A. Kameas, and F. Murphy. A Collaborating Team of Spiking Neural Network Based Robotic Agents for Inaccessible Fluidic Environments. Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics. Anonymous. Anonymous. Taipei, Taiwan: 2006. (UESSEX,UOP,CTI,TYNDALL)

  • M. Colley, G. De Souza, H. Hagras, A. Pounds-Cornish, G. Clarke, V. Callaghan, "Towards Developing Micro-scale Robots For Inaccessible Fluidic Environments", Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, pp.5279-5285, The Hague, Holland, October 2004.

  • H. Hagras, A. Pounds-Cornish, M. Colley, V. Callaghan, G. Clarke, "Evolving Spiking Neural Network Controllers for Autonomous Robots", Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, pp. 4620- 4626, New Orleans, USA, April 2004.

  • K.M. Razeeb, S. Bellis, J. Townley, K. Delaney, “Micron Scale Mobile Sensor Modules for In-Line Repair of Dialysis Filters”, BioResearch Day, Bio Research day, Biosciences Institute, UCC, Cork, Ireland, 3rd September 2003. 

  • S. Bellis, “Development of Wireless Sensor Networks for Ambient Systems”, Invited talk Wireless Sensor Networks and Applications Dagstuhl Seminar, Dagstuhl, Germany, Mar 15-20, 2004. (See http://www.dagstuhl.de/04122/ Materials/ for slides)  

  • C. R. Saha, S. J. Bellis, A. Mathewson and E. M. Popovici, “Performance Enhancement Defect Tolerance in the Cell Matrix Architecture”, 24th International Conference on Microelectronics (MIEL 2004), May 16-19, 2004, University of Nis, Serbia & Montenegro, pp. 777-780.

  • Creating Systems for Ambient Intelligence, Chapter accepted for publication in “Silicon: Evolution and Future of a Technology”, EMRS Silicon book, Springer-Heidelberg, eds. Siffert and Krimmel, July 2004 pp 489-514.

  • S. Bellis, K. M. Razeeb, C. Saha, K. Delaney, C. O'Mathuna, A. Pounds-Cornish, G. de Souza, M. Colley, H. Hagras, G. Clarke, V. Callaghan, C. Argyropoulos, C. Karistianos, G. Nikiforidis, “FPGA Implementation of Spiking Neural Networks  - an Initial Step towards Building Tangible Collaborative Autonomous Agents”, FPT’04, International Conference on Field-Programmable Technology, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 6-8 December, 2004, pp. 449-452.

  • S. J. Bellis, K. Delaney, B. O’Flynn, J. Barton, K. M. Razeeb, C. O’Mathuna, “Development of Field Programmable Modular Wireless Sensor Network Nodes for Ambient Systems”, Computer Communications – Accepted for Special Issue on Wireless Sensor Networks, to appear in 2005.



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 (01/01/2003 - 31/05/2006)