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Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing

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Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing

 

Welcome to the class website for the Fall 2011 Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing course, CS7470. This course is cross-listed for undergrads as CS4605 and for Industrial Design students as ID4833.

 

Lectures are held 1:35PM - 2:55PM Tuesday and Thursday in Klaus 2447

Most supplementary lessons on prototyping equipment will be held in the Tech Square Research Building (TSRB)

 

Professors

Gregory D. Abowd (abowd AT gatech.edu) 
Office: Tech Square Research Building, Third Floor, Room 329 
OR Health Systems Institute, 2nd Floor, Room 210B 
Office Hours: by email appointment

 

TA

Edison Thomaz (ethomaz AT gatech.edu)
Office: Tech Square Research Building, Third Floor, Room 330
Office Hours: by email appointment

 

Textbook

 

Krumm, J. (2009). Ubiquitous Computing (1st ed.). Chapman & Hall/CRC. http://www.amazon.com/Ubiquitous-Computing-Fundamentals-John-Krumm/dp/1420093606

 

 

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