Crowd-Powered Mobile Computing and Mobile Big Data
Seng leads the Pervasive Computing Lab at La Trobe, and has authored 'Context-Aware Pervasive Systems: Architectures for a New Breed of Applications'. His research has mainly been in pervasive (ubiquitous) computing and mobile computing, focusing on issues concerning systems and information, with current emphases on crowd-powered mobile computing, mobile Big Data, mobile Big Systems, the social impact of mobile technology innovation, Mobile/Physical Web/Cloud development, and how they might interact. His work can be categorised under mobile cyber-physical systems.
Using the CrowdSignals Data
Seng will use the CrowdSignals data to design and build new systems for crowdsensing in Smart Cities and Intelligent Transportation Systems.
"I like the idea of CrowdSignals - such labelled mobile data is not easy to come by, especially lots of it, which is important in many research problems. There is much to learn from the crowd to build new crowd-powered mobile computing systems."
- Seng Loke, Associate Professor, La Trobe University