Weekly recap

Research never stops, and EAI brings to you the latest advances from the ICT field. In our interview, Giovanni Giuliani, technical coordinator of DC4Cities, talked with us about this innovative European project, which promotes adaptive data centers policies that affect the energy consumption through the interaction with lower level subsystems. We also interviewed Dr. Oleksandr Artemenko, Best Paper Award at AdHocNets 2014, to find out what will the biggest challenges in Ad Hoc Networks be, and in what way his paper contributes in his research field.

We also kept you informed about our upcoming Qshine 2015, the 11th International Conference on Heterogeneous Networking for Quality, Reliability, Security and Robustness, which is to take place on August 19–20, 2015 in Taipei, Taiwan; a high-level conference which permits experts sharing their knowledge and point of view about Innovative and Intelligent Infrastructure for the Future Networks.

Finally, other links with our conferences are the papers presented during the events. We proposed you two Best Papers Awards from our latest conferences: from PervasiveHealth 2015 a study which introduces MedLink: a mobile intervention aimed at systemically addressing the failure points in depression therapy; and from Mobimedia 2015 a paper which studies the performance properties of the mobile D2D communications in the framework of user satisfaction.

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