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EP/E025188/1 - AEDUS2: Adaptable Environments for Distributed Ubiquitous Systems

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Professor M Sloman EP/E025188/1 - AEDUS2: Adaptable Environments for Distributed Ubiquitous Systems

Principal Investigator - Dept of Computing, Imperial College London

Other Investigators

Dr N Dulay, Co InvestigatorDr N Dulay

Professor S Eisenbach, Co InvestigatorProfessor S Eisenbach

Professor J Kramer, Co InvestigatorProfessor J Kramer

Dr EC Lupu, Co InvestigatorDr EC Lupu

Professor J Magee, Co InvestigatorProfessor J Magee

Dr P McBrien, Co InvestigatorDr P McBrien

Dr JA McCann, Co InvestigatorDr JA McCann

Dr A Russo, Co InvestigatorDr A Russo

Dr S Uchitel, Co InvestigatorDr S Uchitel

Scheme

Platform Grants

Research Areas

Artificial Intelligence Technologies Artificial Intelligence Technologies

ICT Networks & Distributed Systems ICT Networks & Distributed Systems

Mobile Computing Mobile Computing

Software Engineering Software Engineering

Start Date

08/2007

End Date

07/2012

Value

£1,107,871

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Grant Description

Summary and Description of the grant

This is request for renewal for a further 5 years for a Platform Grant to support personnel and travel for the Distributed Software Engineering Group within the Department of Computing, Imperial College London. This is a world-renowned group which combines practical work on building tools for design and implementation of adaptive ubiquitous and distributed systems and networks with more formal software engineering approaches to behaviour modelling, requirements specification and analysis, language semantics and type systems for distributed programming. This proposal will provide support for cohesion and continuity of funding for a number of experienced researchers as well as permitting short-term evaluation of new ideas and experiments. Projects will focus on a sound Software Engineering approach to adaptive software environments for autonomic systems, policy-based trust, privacy and security, as well as requirements engineering for ubiquitous systems. The proposal will also fund an experienced researcher to provide overall project management and help coordinate the effort required for packaging and maintaining experimental software to make it more accessible to external academic and industrial users.

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Grant Event Details:
Name: AEDUS2: Adaptable Environments for Distributed Ubiquitous Systems - EP/E025188/1
Start Date: 2007-08-01T00:00:00+00:00
End Date: 2012-07-31T00:00:00+00:00

Organization: Imperial College London

Description: This is request for renewal for a further 5 years for a Platform Grant to support personnel and travel for the Distributed Software Engineering Group within the Department of Computing, Imperial College London. This is a world-renowned group which combines ...