Kaspar Lebloch: Harnessing Untapped Potentials in the Internet of Things
Join our online public lecture series on sustainability in computer science this winter semester.
This is an online-only event.
See description for details.
On January 15, 2024, the public lecture series “Sustainability in Computer Science” focuses on the next topic.
Kaspar Lebloch, research and teaching staff at Research Group Cooperative Systems at University of Vienna, will give a talk on “Harnessing Untapped Potentials in the Internet of Things: Retrofitting and Upgradability”.
Today’s smart devices are tomorrow’s paperweights. Particularly Internet of Things (IoT) devices have gained a reputation for being unreliable in their overdependence on mandatory services and their providers. Some consumers actively avoid smart home devices or leave them disconnected due to privacy or reliability concerns. In this lecture, we explore the untapped sustainability potentials in retrofitting existing legacy hardware with open, local IoT technology in different ways and try to envision a path toward a more modular, personalizable, and upgradable IoT.
PDF / 5.36 MB / 2024-01-15-Slides-Kaspar-Lebloch.pdf
About Lecture Series “Sustainability in Computer Science”
The Public Lecture Series is the first of its kind in Austria, with all Austrian computer science departments and faculties participating, under the auspices of Informatik Austria. We want to raise awareness for the utmost importance of sustainability in CS, demonstrating research solutions to various problems, and triggering developments for a sustainable future.
The lecture series will be held online every Monday from 17:00-18:00. One hybrid session takes place on January 8, 2024, on-site at TU Wien and online.
Students from participating universities can register to get credits for the series. Please refer to your respective institution for registration.
TU Wien students can register for VU 194.155 “Sustainability in Computer Science” via TISS. Depending on your study program, the lecture series is a free elective or a “Wahlpflichtfach”, please refer to TISS for further information.