• Paper accepted at Sensors

    The paper “Are Smart Homes Adequate for Older Adults with Dementia?”, by Gibson Chimamiwa, Alberto Giaretta, Marjan Alirezaie, Federico Pecora, and Prof. Amy Loutfi, got accepted at Sensors, MDPI.

  • Paper accepted at Computer Networks

    The paper “A PLS-HECC-based Device Authentication and Key Agreement Scheme for Smart Home Networks”, co-authored by Dr. Alberto Giaretta with J. Pirayesh, Prof. M. Conti, and Prof. P. Keshavarzi, got accepted at Computer Networks, Elsevier.

  • Welcome, Pedro!

    On the 11th of April, Pedro Zuidberg dos Martires joined the MPI Lab. Pedro was one of Prof. Luc De Raedt’s former Ph.D. students, and he was also a member of the former ReGround project, so he is already a familiar face to a selection of us in the MPI group. Pedro is now a Postdoc Researcher founded by the…

  • Paper accepted at Computer Communications

    The paper “A Machine Learning-based Approach to Detect Threats in Bio-Cyber DNA Storage Systems”, co-authored by Alberto Giaretta with F. Tavella, Prof. M. Conti, and Prof. S. Balasubramaniam, got accepted at the journal Computer Communications, Elsevier.

  • HumaneAI Net Event on Communication in Human-AI Interaction

    On the 19th of November, an event from the HumaneAI Net focused on Communication in Human-AI Interaction is co-organized by Jennifer Renoux (MPI & CRS Labs) and Jasmin Grosinger (CRS Lab). Abstract Human interactions with AI systems are becoming part of our everyday life. If designed and developed efficiently, these interactions have great potential in enhancing human work, abilities, and…

  • Invited Talk @MIRAI Workshop

    Neziha Akalin delivered an invited talk on “Peceived Safety in Human-Robot Interaction” at a workshop within MIRAI 2.0 – “AI applied to medicine and health” on October 28. More information about the workshop can be found here: Workshops 2021 | Mirai MIRAI 2.0 is a STINT funded project aiming to connect Swedish and Japanese researchers. In total, 19 Swedish and…

  • Ph.D. Thesis Defense – Sara S. Moghadam

    Sara S. Moghadam will defend her Ph.D. thesis on Sept. 30, 13:15 in Hörsal F. Her thesis is a very interdisciplinary work and focused on using agent-based modeling and simulation for analyzing structural dynamics of industrial networks. For this aim, she developed two agent-based simulation models.