Professor Michael Mrissa presented a Computer Science Seminar titled "Challenges for the Web of Things: Interoperability, privacy and software architectures" on Monday, 24 April 2017 at 4PM.
Lecture room: FAMNIT-1-MP2
Lecturer: Michael MRISSA, professor iz Univerze v Pau, Francija
Title: Challenges for the Web of Things : interoperability, privacy and software architectures
The Web of Things holds the promise of a decentralized application platform where Web languages and protocols seamlessly enable interaction within and between cyber-physical systems. However, despite ongoing progress on automating machine-to-machine communication, providing Web-based applications that combine heterogeneous connected objects remains an open problem. In this seminar, we will give an overview of today's challenges to build the Web of Things, before presenting some contributions related to the need for interoperability and privacy. We will introduce the ASAWoO project (http://liris.cnrs.fr/asawoo/) that provides an avatar-based software architecture for connected objects.
From these contributions, we will suggest and discuss research perspectives to build the essential link between connected objects and the Web.
The slides of the lecture are available here:
About the lecturer:
Michael Mrissa works as a full professor at the Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour since september 2016. He teaches at the Computer Science department of the Science and Techniques Research and Teaching Unit of Pau. He does his research at the LIUPPA laboratory, in the MOVIES team. His main interests are related to connected objects, the semantic Web, service- and resource-oriented technologies.