Jasper van de Ven
I am a doctoral student and teaching assistant in the Cognitive Systems group at the University of Bremen. I am fascinated by ambient intelligence and spatially distributed smart environments. My research aims at developing novel representations and reasoning methods to dynamically connect distinct spaces for communication applications.
Ambient Intelligence Smart Environments Artificial Intelligence Ubiquitous Computing Qualitative Information Representation Reasoning and Planning
My research focuses on representations and reasoning methods for spatially distributed ambient intelligent environments. I am exploring representations for reasoning about events and situations. For this I incorporate methods from the fields of ambient intelligence (AmI), and qualitative spatial representation and reasoning (QSR). A first goal is to develop a system able to detect and predict casual communication situations (like spontaneous meetings at a coffee dispenser) of spatially separated teammates by perceiving situations and automatically provide methods to establish a communication channel.
NOWETAS Project Raum 9 3/4
WiSe 2012/13 - TI2-Tutorium