Princeton University
Computer Science Department

Computer Science 598u
Advanced Topics in Computer Science:
Pervasive Information Systems

Perry Cook

Spring 2002

Course Summary

This is a graduate seminar covering the design of, and issues involved in, Pervasive Information Appliances. Lectures, labs, and student projects will deal with wireless, video, audio, graphics, hci, biometrics, storage, security, power, embedded processors, etc. Each lecture will be delivered by "the expert" in that particular area from Princeton. Participating (possible) faculty include:

Perry R Cook . Wayne Wolf . H. Vincent Poor . Margaret Martonosi .
Randolph Wang . Vivek Pai . Bede Liu . Larry Peterson .
Ed Felten . Kai Li . David Dobkin .

Administrative Information

Lectures: M 3:00-4:50, Room: CS 301

Convening Professor: Perry Cook - 408 CS Building - 258-4951

Projects Here

Schedule (subject to change)

Feb. 4Overview (Cook)Readings
Feb. 11 Wireless (Poor) Readings
Feb. 18Networks (Peterson) Readings
Feb. 25Software (Pai)Readings
Mar. 4Storage (Wang) Readings
Mar. 11Power (Martonosi) Readings
Mar. 25The User (Cook).
Apr. 1GUEST: Thad Starner!!.
Apr. 8Embedded I and II(Wolf).
Apr. 15Video (Liu).
Apr. 22Displays (Han).
Apr. 29topic.
May. 6Final ProjectsFinal Demos
Final Written Reports Due ????