City, University of London Professor Enters the Elite List of The h-Index for Computer Science, the top 0.06% of Computer Scientists

Professor Adrian David Cheok, Chair Professor of Pervasive Computing at City, University of London and Director of Imagineering Institute, Malaysia, enters the elite list of the h Index for Computer Science, emerging as the top 0.06% of computer science researchers.

This list contains the authors of computer science papers who have a h-index of 40 and above, computed from various sources including Google Scholar and DBLP. Out of the 1.7 million computer science authors listed on DBLP, only about 1000 authors in the entire world meet this requirement, making them the top 0.06% of computer science researchers. This list is maintained by Professor Jens Palsberg, Professor of Computer Science at UCLA. Other prominent researchers on the list include Nobel Laureate Dr Herbert Simon, Turing Award winners, members of the National Academy of Engineering, members of the National Academy of Sciences, and Fellows of IEEE and ACM.

Professor Adrian David Cheok is highly recognised f

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Besplatno predavanje svetskog IT stručnjaka u Zrenjaninu

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Objavljeno 30.05.2017

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U četvrtak 1. juna, u 12 časova, u amfiteatru Tehničkog fakulteta, profesor Adrian D. Cheok (www.adriancheok.info), Direktor Imagineering Instituta, Malaysia i vodeći profesor na katedri za Pervasive computing na City University London, će održati predavanje, na temu Everysense Everywhere Human Communication.

PREDAVANJE SA FESTIVALA NAUKE U LONDONU 
Predavanje, koje je profesor održao 25. ma

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Kissenger: The iPhone app with an associated gadget that acts as a ‘kiss messenger’

30 Dec 2016 , 10:22 – Tech 2 http://tech.firstpost.com/news-analysis/kissenger-the-iphone-app-with-an-associated-gadget-that-acts-as-a-kiss-messenger-355404.html Image: Kissenger You can now send a physical kiss to your long-distance lover over the internet, thanks to a new smartphone gadget developed by researchers. The device, known as Kissenger, works with pressure sensors and actuators. It records the user’s kiss and transmits it to an…

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Long-distance love made easier with Kissenger, the virtual kissing gadget

By Dyllan Furness — January 5, 2017 1:20 PM – Digital Trends http://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/kissenger-pressure-sensors-actuators/ Long-distance relationships are hard. Even though smartphones and the internet help bring us closer, physical contact can make all the difference. A new device called Kissenger hopes to bridge the gap separating long-distance loved ones. Developed by researchers in Adrian David Cheok’s Imagineering…

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