LIMITS 2015 aims to foster discussion on the impact of present or future ecological, material, energetic, and/or societal limits on computing. These topics are seldom discussed in contemporary computing research. The medium-term aim of the workshop is to foster concrete research, potentially of an interdisciplinary nature, that innovates on technologies, techniques, and contexts for computing within fundamental limits. A longer-term goal is to build a community around relevant topics and research, with LIMITS 2015 constituting the inaugural meeting. A goal of this community is to impact society through the design and development of computing systems in the abundant present for use in a future of limits and/or scarcity.
Samhällsvetenskapliga fakultetsnämnden vid Stockholms universitet beslutar att utse Jalal Nouris avhandling i data- och systemvetenskap: Orchestrating scaffolded outdoor mobile learning activities, som nominerad till Högskoleföreningens utmärkelse för mest framstående vetenskapliga prestation 2014. Jalal disputerade i oktober 2014 med mig som huvudhandledare, Ola Knutsson och Robert Ramberg som bihandledare.
The Faculty of Social Sciences at Stockholm University has nominated my former Ph D candidate Jalal Nouri’s dissertation in computer science: orchestrating scaffolded outdoor mobile learning activities, to the National Association award for most outstanding scientific achievement in 2014. More information here