In the evening of Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at the Treatabit incubator, former students of the Ambient Intelligence course showcased their group projects.
Photos of the event, as well as other material, are freely available:
The e-Lite research group develops and studies intelligent technologies applied to interactive applications. The spirit of the research is the integration of complex systems, based on the interaction between humans and technology, in which the complexity gap is managed by intelligent software components.
The main research areas are on the crossing of Semantic Web and Linked Data, Human-Computer Interaction, and Ubiquitous Computing.
Research activities of the e-Lite group focus on designing, building and evaluating interactive and intelligent system, and testing them in realistic settings. Novel user interaction modalities, empowered by ubiquitous devices, enable the discovery of innovative methods to approach new and existing application domains. We adopt an end-to-end research approach, where we aim at exploring the whole spectrum, from devices to users, from intelligence to data representation, to develop a systemic approach.
Currently, the application areas in which we are mostly active are:
We actively collaborate with international associations, non-profit and public institutions, as well as industrial partners. Have a look at our current and past collaborations!