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2017 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting

The annual IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting will bring together over 2000 attendees for technical sessions, student program, awards ceremony, committee meetings, and tutorials.

  • 2015 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting

    The annual IEEE PES General Meeting will bring together over 2500 attendees for technical sessions, administrative sessions, super sessions, poster sessions, student programs, awards ceremonies, committee meetings, tutorials and more PLEASE NOTE: Abstracts are not accepted for the 2015 IEEE PES General Meeting, full papers only can be submitted to the submission site 24 October 2014 through 21 November 2014.  The site will be available from the PES home page www.ieee-pes.org

  • 2014 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting

    The annual IEEE PES General Meeting will bring together over 2500 attendees for technical sessions, administrative sessions, super sessions, poster sessions, student programs, awards ceremonies, committee meetings, tutotials and more

  • 2013 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting

    The annual IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting will bring together over 2000 attendees for technical sessions, student program, awards ceremony, committee meetings, and tutorials.

  • 2012 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting

    The annual IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting will bring together over 2000 attendees for technical sessions, student program, awards ceremony, committee meetings, and tutorials.

  • 2011 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting

    IEEE Power & Energy Annual Meeting --Papers --Awards --Plenary --Committee Meetings --Governing Board --Receptions --Tech tours --Tutorials --Companions Program

  • 2010 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting

    IEEE Power & Energy Society Annual Meeting --Technical Sessions --Committee Meetings --Plenary Session --Gove Board Meeting --Awards Banquet --Tutorials --Student Activities --Social Events --Companions Program

  • 2009 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting

    Paper and Panel sessions involving topics of interest to electric power engineers, technical committee meetings, administrative committee meetings, awards luncheon and plenary session.


2014 American Control Conference - ACC 2014

All areas of the theory and practice of automatic control, including but not limited to network control systems, model predictive control, systems analysis in biology and medicine, hybrid and switched systems, aerospace systems, power and energy systems and control of nano- and micro-systems.

  • 2013 American Control Conference (ACC)

    Control systems theory and practice. Conference themes on sustainability, societal challenges for control, smart healthcare systems. Conference topics include biological systems, vehicle dynamics and control, consensus control, cooperative control, control of communication networks, control of networked systems, control of distributed parameter systems, decentralized control, delay systems, discrete-event systems, fault detection, fault-tolerant systems, flexible structures, flight control, formation flying, fuzzy systems, hybrid systems, system identification, iterative learning control, model predictive control, linear parameter-varying systems, linear matrix inequalities, machine learning, manufacturing systems, robotics, multi-agent systems, neural networks, nonlinear control, observers, optimal control, optimization, path planning, navigation, robust control, sensor fusion, sliding mode control, stochastic systems, switched systems, uncertain systems, game theory.

  • 2012 American Control Conference - ACC 2012

    All areas of control engineering and science.

  • 2011 American Control Conference - ACC 2011

    ACC provides a forum for bringing industry and academia together to discuss the latest developments in the area of Automatic Control Systems, from new control theories, to the advances in sensors and actuator technologies, and to new applications areas for automation.

  • 2010 American Control Conference - ACC 2010

    Theory and practice of automatic control


2013 7th IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies (DEST) - Complex Environment Engineering

The essence of digital ecosystems is the adoption of ecological system concepts, and creating value by making connections through collective intelligence and promoting collaboration instead of unbridled competition and ICT-based catalyst effects in a number of domains, to produce networked enriched communities and solutions. IEEE DEST 2013 with its special theme of - Complex Environment Engineering recognizes the key role of business process data modeling, representation and privacy-aware analysis for Digital Ecosystems, and vice versa. Further, the Innovation Adoption Forum underpins the importance of public-private partnership as the key for delivering sustainable solutions for our Complex Living and Business Environment – and thus our Digital Ecosystem Habitat. Our Keynotes, Panels and Sessions will tackle the multifaceted challenges and solutions from various stakeholders’ perspectives.

  • 2012 6th IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies (DEST) - Complex Environment Engineering

    Traditional ICT-support has often increased complexity, thus making the challenges even more severe. The Digital Ecosystem perspective aims to address the twofold challenge of Complex Environment Engineering and Digital Ecosystem Technology mapping. The complexity of both the challenges and the technological solutions has to be acknowledged.

  • 2011 5th IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies (DEST)

    The digital ecosystem is defined as an open, loosely coupled, demand-driven, domain clustered, agent-based self organized collaborative environment where species/agents form a temporary coalition (or longer term) for a specific purpose or goals, and everyone is proactive and responsive for its own benefit or profit. The essence of digital ecosystems is creating value by making connections through collective intelligence. Digital Ecosystems promote collaboration instead of unbridled competition and ICT based

  • 2010 4th IEEE International Conference on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies (DEST)

    The digital ecosystem is defined as an open, loosely coupled, demand driven, domain clustered, agent based self organized collaborative environment where species/agents form a temporary coalition (or longer term) for a specific purpose or goals, and everyone is proactive and responsive for its own benefit or profit. The essence of digital ecosystems is creating value by making connections through collective intelligence. Digital Ecosystems promote collaboration instead of unbridled competition and ICT based


2012 24th International Conference on Microelectronics (ICM)

Micro and Nanoelectronics, circuits and systems, Devices, and CAD tools.

  • 2011 23rd International Conference on Microelectronics (ICM)

    The International Conference on Microelectronics has been held in numerous countries across the Middle East and Asia over the past 22 years. The 23rd edition of the conference will be held in Tunisia. ICM 2011 will include oral, poster sessions and tutorials given by experts in state-of-the-art topics. The regular technical program will run for three days. In addition, tutorial sessions will be held on the first day of the conference.

  • 2010 International Conference on Microelectronics (ICM)

    Microelectronics, Digital circuits, Analog circuits, CAD, Devices, Computer Architecture

  • 2009 International Conference on Microelectronics - ICM

    Integrated Circuits and Systems Computer-Aided Design Microelectronics Micro/Nano-Electronics Technology


2012 International Conference on Management and Service Science (MASS 2012)

Enterprise Management, Engineering Management, Service Science, Financial Management, Knowledge Management


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Design & Test of Computers, IEEE

IEEE Design & Test of Computers offers original works describing the methods used to design and test electronic product hardware and supportive software. The magazine focuses on current and near-future practice, and includes tutorials, how-to articles, and real-world case studies. Topics include IC/module design, low-power design, electronic design automation, design/test verification, practical technology, and standards. IEEE Design & Test of ...


Engineering Management Review, IEEE

Reprints articles from other publications of significant interest to members. The papers are aimed at those engaged in managing research, development, or engineering activities. Reprints make it possible for the readers to receive the best of today's literature without having to subscribe to and read other periodicals.


Smart Grid, IEEE Transactions on

The IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid is intended to be a cross disciplinary and internationally archival journal aimed at disseminating the results of research on smart grid that relates to energy generation, transmission, distribution and delivery. The journal will publish original research on theories, technologies, design, policies, and implementation of smart grid. The Transactions will welcome manuscripts on design, implementation ...


Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Part A, IEEE Transactions on

Systems engineering, including efforts that involve issue formnaulations, issue analysis and modeling, and decision making and issue interpretation at any of the life-cycle phases associated with the definition, development, and implementation of large systems. It will also include efforts that relate to systems management, systems engineering processes and a variety of systems engineering methods such as optimization, modeling and simulation. ...




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Energy Efficiency and Fire Prevention Integration in Green Buildings

Luis Alberto Martinez Riascos; Sergio Eduardo Palmiere IEEE Latin America Transactions, 2015

Green buildings are designed to be sustainable, efficient, economical and to improve the life quality of users and nearby residents. Buildings with 100% windows, called glass skin, are the most sought for commercial occupancy, for being aesthetically beautiful, elegant and generate a sense of technology and power, although it can present bigger expenses in energy consumption and present higher fire ...


Energy Savings and the “Software-Defined” Building

Stephen Dawson-Haggerty; Jorge Ortiz; Jason Trager; David Culler; Randy H. Katz IEEE Design & Test of Computers, 2012

In the US buildings consume 70% of electricity, but the sector exhibits little innovation for reducing its consumption. Efficiency is not yet evaluated to the same standard as comfort and reliability, but with better user input, control policy, and awareness of the building's state, energy consumption can be intelligently reduced. It is argued that what is needed is a shift ...


The Problems and Countermeasures for Implementing Green Building in China

Xiao Yuejun; Qiao Zhichun 2009 International Conference on Information Management, Innovation Management and Industrial Engineering, 2009

This paper introduces the situation and the importance of green building or energy-saving building in China, the existing problems of the energy-saving buildings in design stage, construction stage and assessment process were indicated separately according to related references, the countermeasures for the problems were put forward separately one-by-one.


Environmental sustainability strategies and impacts

Sabariah Yaakub; Muhammad Subhan; Nik Ab Halim Nik Abdullah; Nasrullah Gapar Technology Management and Emerging Technologies (ISTMET), 2015 International Symposium on, 2015

Given the relevance of environmental sustainability, the aim of the present paper is twofold: first, to investigate the impact of strategies implemented by Northport, Klang in order to be environmentally sustainable, and, second, to ascertain the priorities of these strategies. Using qualitative research design, data was collected through semi-structured interview with the officers in charge of environment at the Northport, ...


An intelligent target localization in wireless sensor networks

Yao-Hung Wu; Wei-Mei Chen Intelligent Green Building and Smart Grid (IGBSG), 2014 International Conference on, 2014

Recently, wireless sensor networks (WSNs) has been widely recognized as a promising technology in latest development in green buildings communications. Localization is one of the fundamental issues in wireless sensor networks. The accuracy of estimated positions can be significantly helpful to use in an intelligent e-applications. In this paper, we propose a fast and efficient localization scheme based on RSSI ...


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Energy Efficiency and Fire Prevention Integration in Green Buildings

Luis Alberto Martinez Riascos; Sergio Eduardo Palmiere IEEE Latin America Transactions, 2015

Green buildings are designed to be sustainable, efficient, economical and to improve the life quality of users and nearby residents. Buildings with 100% windows, called glass skin, are the most sought for commercial occupancy, for being aesthetically beautiful, elegant and generate a sense of technology and power, although it can present bigger expenses in energy consumption and present higher fire ...


Energy Savings and the “Software-Defined” Building

Stephen Dawson-Haggerty; Jorge Ortiz; Jason Trager; David Culler; Randy H. Katz IEEE Design & Test of Computers, 2012

In the US buildings consume 70% of electricity, but the sector exhibits little innovation for reducing its consumption. Efficiency is not yet evaluated to the same standard as comfort and reliability, but with better user input, control policy, and awareness of the building's state, energy consumption can be intelligently reduced. It is argued that what is needed is a shift ...


The Problems and Countermeasures for Implementing Green Building in China

Xiao Yuejun; Qiao Zhichun 2009 International Conference on Information Management, Innovation Management and Industrial Engineering, 2009

This paper introduces the situation and the importance of green building or energy-saving building in China, the existing problems of the energy-saving buildings in design stage, construction stage and assessment process were indicated separately according to related references, the countermeasures for the problems were put forward separately one-by-one.


Environmental sustainability strategies and impacts

Sabariah Yaakub; Muhammad Subhan; Nik Ab Halim Nik Abdullah; Nasrullah Gapar Technology Management and Emerging Technologies (ISTMET), 2015 International Symposium on, 2015

Given the relevance of environmental sustainability, the aim of the present paper is twofold: first, to investigate the impact of strategies implemented by Northport, Klang in order to be environmentally sustainable, and, second, to ascertain the priorities of these strategies. Using qualitative research design, data was collected through semi-structured interview with the officers in charge of environment at the Northport, ...


An intelligent target localization in wireless sensor networks

Yao-Hung Wu; Wei-Mei Chen Intelligent Green Building and Smart Grid (IGBSG), 2014 International Conference on, 2014

Recently, wireless sensor networks (WSNs) has been widely recognized as a promising technology in latest development in green buildings communications. Localization is one of the fundamental issues in wireless sensor networks. The accuracy of estimated positions can be significantly helpful to use in an intelligent e-applications. In this paper, we propose a fast and efficient localization scheme based on RSSI ...


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  • The Reconfigurable Environment

    The relationship of humans to computers can no longer be represented as one person in a chair and one computer on a desk. Today computing finds its way into our pockets, our cars, our appliances; it is ubiquitous -- an inescapable part of our everyday lives. Computing is even expanding beyond our devices; sensors, microcontrollers, and actuators are increasingly embedded into the built environment. In _Architectural Robotics_, Keith Evan Green looks toward the next frontier in computing: interactive, partly intelligent, meticulously designed physical environments. Green examines how these "architectural robotic" systems will support and augment us at work, school, and home, as we roam, interconnect, and age. Green tells the stories of three projects from his research lab that exemplify the _reconfigurable_, _distributed_, and _transfigurable_ environments of architectural robotics. The Animated Work Environment is a robotic work environment of shape-shifti g physical space that responds dynamically to the working life of the people within it; home+ is a suite of networked, distributed "robotic furnishings" integrated into existing domestic and healthcare environments; and LIT ROOM offers a simulated environment in which the physical space of a room merges with the imaginary space of a book, becoming "a portal to elsewhere." How far beyond workstations, furniture, and rooms can the environments of architectural robotics stretch? Green imagines scaled-up neighborhoods, villages, and metropolises composed of physical bits, digital bytes, living things, and their hybrids. Not global but local, architectural robotics grounds computing in a capacious cyber-physical home.

  • Distributed

    The relationship of humans to computers can no longer be represented as one person in a chair and one computer on a desk. Today computing finds its way into our pockets, our cars, our appliances; it is ubiquitous -- an inescapable part of our everyday lives. Computing is even expanding beyond our devices; sensors, microcontrollers, and actuators are increasingly embedded into the built environment. In _Architectural Robotics_, Keith Evan Green looks toward the next frontier in computing: interactive, partly intelligent, meticulously designed physical environments. Green examines how these "architectural robotic" systems will support and augment us at work, school, and home, as we roam, interconnect, and age. Green tells the stories of three projects from his research lab that exemplify the _reconfigurable_, _distributed_, and _transfigurable_ environments of architectural robotics. The Animated Work Environment is a robotic work environment of shape-shifti g physical space that responds dynamically to the working life of the people within it; home+ is a suite of networked, distributed "robotic furnishings" integrated into existing domestic and healthcare environments; and LIT ROOM offers a simulated environment in which the physical space of a room merges with the imaginary space of a book, becoming "a portal to elsewhere." How far beyond workstations, furniture, and rooms can the environments of architectural robotics stretch? Green imagines scaled-up neighborhoods, villages, and metropolises composed of physical bits, digital bytes, living things, and their hybrids. Not global but local, architectural robotics grounds computing in a capacious cyber-physical home.

  • Scenes from a Marriage

    The relationship of humans to computers can no longer be represented as one person in a chair and one computer on a desk. Today computing finds its way into our pockets, our cars, our appliances; it is ubiquitous -- an inescapable part of our everyday lives. Computing is even expanding beyond our devices; sensors, microcontrollers, and actuators are increasingly embedded into the built environment. In _Architectural Robotics_, Keith Evan Green looks toward the next frontier in computing: interactive, partly intelligent, meticulously designed physical environments. Green examines how these "architectural robotic" systems will support and augment us at work, school, and home, as we roam, interconnect, and age. Green tells the stories of three projects from his research lab that exemplify the _reconfigurable_, _distributed_, and _transfigurable_ environments of architectural robotics. The Animated Work Environment is a robotic work environment of shape-shifti g physical space that responds dynamically to the working life of the people within it; home+ is a suite of networked, distributed "robotic furnishings" integrated into existing domestic and healthcare environments; and LIT ROOM offers a simulated environment in which the physical space of a room merges with the imaginary space of a book, becoming "a portal to elsewhere." How far beyond workstations, furniture, and rooms can the environments of architectural robotics stretch? Green imagines scaled-up neighborhoods, villages, and metropolises composed of physical bits, digital bytes, living things, and their hybrids. Not global but local, architectural robotics grounds computing in a capacious cyber-physical home.

  • Humanspeak

    This chapter contains sections titled: Learning a Language, The Language Organ, We All Speak the Same, The Speech Chain, The Thoughts behind the Words, Meaning, The Whole World in a Computer, Colorless Green Ideas, What Is Speech?, An Infinity of Sounds, The Other End of the Chain, Reading Speech, The Variability of Speech, All Voices Are Unique, Time Flies like an Arrow, Eagles and Airplanes

  • Epilogue

    The relationship of humans to computers can no longer be represented as one person in a chair and one computer on a desk. Today computing finds its way into our pockets, our cars, our appliances; it is ubiquitous -- an inescapable part of our everyday lives. Computing is even expanding beyond our devices; sensors, microcontrollers, and actuators are increasingly embedded into the built environment. In _Architectural Robotics_, Keith Evan Green looks toward the next frontier in computing: interactive, partly intelligent, meticulously designed physical environments. Green examines how these "architectural robotic" systems will support and augment us at work, school, and home, as we roam, interconnect, and age. Green tells the stories of three projects from his research lab that exemplify the _reconfigurable_, _distributed_, and _transfigurable_ environments of architectural robotics. The Animated Work Environment is a robotic work environment of shape-shifti g physical space that responds dynamically to the working life of the people within it; home+ is a suite of networked, distributed "robotic furnishings" integrated into existing domestic and healthcare environments; and LIT ROOM offers a simulated environment in which the physical space of a room merges with the imaginary space of a book, becoming "a portal to elsewhere." How far beyond workstations, furniture, and rooms can the environments of architectural robotics stretch? Green imagines scaled-up neighborhoods, villages, and metropolises composed of physical bits, digital bytes, living things, and their hybrids. Not global but local, architectural robotics grounds computing in a capacious cyber-physical home.

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    The science of biology celebrates the discovery and understanding of biological systems that already exist in nature. In parallel, the engineering of biology must learn how to make use of our understanding of the natural world to design and build new useful biological systems. "Synthetic biology" represents one example of recent work to engineer biological systems. This emerging field aims to replace the ad hoc process of assembling biological systems by primarily developing tools to assemble reliable-but-complex living organisms from standard components that can later be reused in new combination. The focus of this book is "genome refactoring," one of several approaches to manage the complexity of a biological system in which the goal is to redesign the genetic elements that encode a living form--preserving the function of that form but encoding it with a genome far easier to study and extend. This book presents genome refactoring in two ways: as an important aspect of the emerging f eld of synthetic biology and as a powerful teaching tool to train would be professionals in the subject. Chapters focus on the overarching goals of synthetic biology and their alignment with the motivations and achievements in genome engineering; the engineering frameworks of refactoring, including genome synthesis, standardization of biological parts, and abstraction; a detailed description of the bacteriophages that have been refactored up to this point; and the methods of refactoring and contexts for that work drawn from the bacteriophage M13. Overall, these examples offer readers the potential for synthetic biology and the areas in need of further research. If successful, synthetic biology and genome refactoring could address any number of persistent societal needs, including sustainable energy, affordable and effective medicine, and green manufacturing practices. Table of Contents: Tools for Genome Engineering and Synthetic Biology / Bacteriophage as Templates for Refactoring / M thods/Teaching Protocols for M13 Reengineering / Writing and Speaking as Biological Engineers / Summary and Future Directions / Appendix A / Appendix B / Appendix C

  • Reconfigurable

    The relationship of humans to computers can no longer be represented as one person in a chair and one computer on a desk. Today computing finds its way into our pockets, our cars, our appliances; it is ubiquitous -- an inescapable part of our everyday lives. Computing is even expanding beyond our devices; sensors, microcontrollers, and actuators are increasingly embedded into the built environment. In _Architectural Robotics_, Keith Evan Green looks toward the next frontier in computing: interactive, partly intelligent, meticulously designed physical environments. Green examines how these "architectural robotic" systems will support and augment us at work, school, and home, as we roam, interconnect, and age. Green tells the stories of three projects from his research lab that exemplify the _reconfigurable_, _distributed_, and _transfigurable_ environments of architectural robotics. The Animated Work Environment is a robotic work environment of shape-shifti g physical space that responds dynamically to the working life of the people within it; home+ is a suite of networked, distributed "robotic furnishings" integrated into existing domestic and healthcare environments; and LIT ROOM offers a simulated environment in which the physical space of a room merges with the imaginary space of a book, becoming "a portal to elsewhere." How far beyond workstations, furniture, and rooms can the environments of architectural robotics stretch? Green imagines scaled-up neighborhoods, villages, and metropolises composed of physical bits, digital bytes, living things, and their hybrids. Not global but local, architectural robotics grounds computing in a capacious cyber-physical home.

  • The Distributed Environment

    The relationship of humans to computers can no longer be represented as one person in a chair and one computer on a desk. Today computing finds its way into our pockets, our cars, our appliances; it is ubiquitous -- an inescapable part of our everyday lives. Computing is even expanding beyond our devices; sensors, microcontrollers, and actuators are increasingly embedded into the built environment. In _Architectural Robotics_, Keith Evan Green looks toward the next frontier in computing: interactive, partly intelligent, meticulously designed physical environments. Green examines how these "architectural robotic" systems will support and augment us at work, school, and home, as we roam, interconnect, and age. Green tells the stories of three projects from his research lab that exemplify the _reconfigurable_, _distributed_, and _transfigurable_ environments of architectural robotics. The Animated Work Environment is a robotic work environment of shape-shifti g physical space that responds dynamically to the working life of the people within it; home+ is a suite of networked, distributed "robotic furnishings" integrated into existing domestic and healthcare environments; and LIT ROOM offers a simulated environment in which the physical space of a room merges with the imaginary space of a book, becoming "a portal to elsewhere." How far beyond workstations, furniture, and rooms can the environments of architectural robotics stretch? Green imagines scaled-up neighborhoods, villages, and metropolises composed of physical bits, digital bytes, living things, and their hybrids. Not global but local, architectural robotics grounds computing in a capacious cyber-physical home.

  • Bibliography

    The relationship of humans to computers can no longer be represented as one person in a chair and one computer on a desk. Today computing finds its way into our pockets, our cars, our appliances; it is ubiquitous -- an inescapable part of our everyday lives. Computing is even expanding beyond our devices; sensors, microcontrollers, and actuators are increasingly embedded into the built environment. In _Architectural Robotics_, Keith Evan Green looks toward the next frontier in computing: interactive, partly intelligent, meticulously designed physical environments. Green examines how these "architectural robotic" systems will support and augment us at work, school, and home, as we roam, interconnect, and age. Green tells the stories of three projects from his research lab that exemplify the _reconfigurable_, _distributed_, and _transfigurable_ environments of architectural robotics. The Animated Work Environment is a robotic work environment of shape-shifti g physical space that responds dynamically to the working life of the people within it; home+ is a suite of networked, distributed "robotic furnishings" integrated into existing domestic and healthcare environments; and LIT ROOM offers a simulated environment in which the physical space of a room merges with the imaginary space of a book, becoming "a portal to elsewhere." How far beyond workstations, furniture, and rooms can the environments of architectural robotics stretch? Green imagines scaled-up neighborhoods, villages, and metropolises composed of physical bits, digital bytes, living things, and their hybrids. Not global but local, architectural robotics grounds computing in a capacious cyber-physical home.

  • Prologue

    The relationship of humans to computers can no longer be represented as one person in a chair and one computer on a desk. Today computing finds its way into our pockets, our cars, our appliances; it is ubiquitous -- an inescapable part of our everyday lives. Computing is even expanding beyond our devices; sensors, microcontrollers, and actuators are increasingly embedded into the built environment. In _Architectural Robotics_, Keith Evan Green looks toward the next frontier in computing: interactive, partly intelligent, meticulously designed physical environments. Green examines how these "architectural robotic" systems will support and augment us at work, school, and home, as we roam, interconnect, and age. Green tells the stories of three projects from his research lab that exemplify the _reconfigurable_, _distributed_, and _transfigurable_ environments of architectural robotics. The Animated Work Environment is a robotic work environment of shape-shifti g physical space that responds dynamically to the working life of the people within it; home+ is a suite of networked, distributed "robotic furnishings" integrated into existing domestic and healthcare environments; and LIT ROOM offers a simulated environment in which the physical space of a room merges with the imaginary space of a book, becoming "a portal to elsewhere." How far beyond workstations, furniture, and rooms can the environments of architectural robotics stretch? Green imagines scaled-up neighborhoods, villages, and metropolises composed of physical bits, digital bytes, living things, and their hybrids. Not global but local, architectural robotics grounds computing in a capacious cyber-physical home.



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