CIS professor's research work featured in IEEE Spectrum

10/2/2019

Professor Mohamed Abouelenien's recent work on using remote heat-sensing to create a system that autonomously controls the temperature within cars and homes was featured in IEEE Spectrum.

IEEE Spectrum, the flagship magazine and website for the IEEE, published a news article about Dr. Mohamed Abouelenien's recent work on using remote heat-sensing to create a system that autonomously controls the temperature within cars and homes. This article is related to Dr. Abouelenien's journal paper published in IEEE Intelligent Systems in August 2019, which is getting attention in the field. Some interesting insights into temperature comfort are revealed in this work. For more details, please read the news article "Not Too Hot, Not Too Cold: An Automatic Climate Control System" in IEEE Spectrum on September 27, 2019.

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