Eamonn O’Toole’s PhD work on detecting emergent behaviour in Complex Adaptive Systems has been accepted to appear in the ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems in 2017. Co-authors are Vivek Nallur and Siobhan Clarke. The title of the paper is “Decentralised Detection of Emergence in Complex Adaptive Systems”. Preprint DOI should be available very shortly.
Many graduations happened! From left to right, Dr. Amit Raj, Dr. Saeed Hajebi, Dr. Adam Taylor, Dr. Nanxi Chen, Dr. Siobhán Clarke (the very busy supervisor), Dr. Andrei Marinescu and Dr. Eamonn O’Toole
Prof. Siobhan Clarke gave a keynote presentation on “Service Composition in Mobile, Pervasive Environments” at the Smart Cities event in the 6th annual Inria@SiliconValley workshop in Paris on the 9th June, 2016.
Title: Clonal plasticity: a method for decentralized adaptation in multi-agent systems Conference: Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing Systems
Title: Algorithm Diversity: A Mechanism for Distributive Justice in a Socio-Technical MAS Conference: Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Autonomous Agents & Multiagent Systems
Nanxi Chen’s PhD work on composing services currently available in a mobile, pervasive setting, based on a requested goal has been accepted to appear in IEEE Transactions on Services Computing. Co-authors are Nicolas Cardozo and Siobhan Clarke. Title: Goal-Driven Service Composition for Mobile and Pervasive Environments Transactions on Service Computing
DSG’s Prof. Siobhán Clarke and Dr. Dirk Pesch from Cork Institute of Technology have recently been awarded a Science Foundation Ireland Principal Investigator grant in the Smart Cities domain. The proposed research will be focussed on investigating and demonstrating concepts of service-centric networks, in an urban setting, that aim at an embodiment of sensing, communication and computing based on cloud computing principles.
The Lord Mayor of Dublin, Oisín Quinn, officially launched Trinity’s new, multi-disciplinary Research Centre, ‘Future Cities’, which will drive and inspire new ways of thinking about smart and sustainable cities. Speaking at the launch, the Lord Mayor welcomed the initiative. “There is a trend across the world towards cities. Successful cities are growing at a phenomenal rate. Dublin must do everything it can to position itself to be able to compete with other cities. I am very excited by this unique initiative to establish a Future Cities Centre in TCD”.