AmI Lab

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Ambient Intelligence Lab (AmI-Lab) at the Université de Sherbrooke is a dynamic team that targets exciting innovative research, cutting-edge technology innovation, and engaging educational training.

Professor Bessam Abdulrazak is directing several research projects in the areas of Smart Environments [e.g., Smart Home, Smart Cities, Mobile assistance] new technological enablers, architectures, intelligent interactions, and real-world deployments), Internet of Things (IoT) [e.g., scalable  architectures for smart Environments, IoT programmability, and IoT optimizations], and Assistive Technology [e.g.,successful aging, persuasive interactions, context-driven computing, and assistive technology for people with disabilities].

Students/Researchers interested in joining the AmI Laboratory are welcome to send a CV and a two pages research statement describing what they aspire to work on and achieve as part of the AmI team/vesion.

 

Research Topics

(Non-exhaustive list)
  • Ambient intelligence, Ubiquitous and Pervasive Computing, Ambient Intelligence, Smart Environment, Internet of Things (IoT), Smart Cities …
  • Context Awareness, Context-driven computing, Context modeling, Semantic Modeling, Semantic Reasoning…
  • Intelligent Interaction, Mobile assistance, persuasive interaction…
  • Software architecture, scalable  architectures, IoT programmability, IoT optimizations…
  • Activity Recognition, Recognition of habits, Behavior recognition, Detection of risks …
  • Assistive Technology, Successful aging, Frailty Modeling…
  • Intelligent assistance systems for diagnosis / decision-making