Award-winning paper

Our paper at the 10th International Conference on Pervasive Computing (Pervasive 2012) has been awarded 1st prize for Computational Sustainability. The paper, Accounting for energy-reliant services within everyday life at home, describes a service-oriented analysis of the electrical energy consumption of some Lancaster University students living on campus.

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About Adrian Clear

Adrian Clear is a Senior Research Associate in the School of Computing and Communications at Lancaster University. He is currently working on the EPSRC-funded TEDDI project, Informing energy choices using ubiquitous computing and the ESRC-funded Sustainability project, Sustainable Carbon Counters. His current research work is focused on domestic energy studies, qualitative and quantitative methods, sensor data analysis, infovis, and designing technologies for behaviour change. Prior to his work at Lancaster, Adrian completed his PhD, titled ‘Engineering pervasive systems using interactive visualisation’, at UCD Dublin before working as a postdoctoral researcher at Orange Labs, Grenoble in the area of sensor data fusion for home automation and sustainable living.

Adrian’s research interests include ubiquitous computing, context-awareness, sustainability, quantitative and qualitative study methods, information visualisation, and human computer interaction.

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