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A short piece about our work in the National Geographic Hebrew Edition

The National Geographic Hebrew Edition published a short article about the Smart-Spaces study: http://www.nationalgeographic.co.il/online/20/ART2/411/362.html

The Wolfson Building: Pictures from 1978

The Wolfson building for mechanical engineering, where our lab is located, gets very little love from its current occupants. Its not very surprising. The building is built in the 1970’s brutalist architecture…

What can ‘People-Nearby’ applications teach us?

`People-nearby’ applications, such as Highlight, Grindr and Badoo, are used by millions of users to meet new people online. Eran is presenting an position paper that looks at…

Privacy and social intelligibility

What would happen if your phone would explain your friends why you cannot answer their call? Recently, I (Eran) had presented this issue ‘Privacy and social intelligibility’ in the…

Israeli Media Coverage for Smart-Spaces

Lots of public interest in our Smart-Spaces study (with co-pi Dr. Tali Hatuka.) Its always great to see the public excited about what we do, even though the titles and quotes are…

More coverage of the Smart-Spaces Project

The “Cities” section of The Atlantic had published a description of the Smart-Spaces project, by Tali Hatuka from the Laboratory for Contemporary Urban Design at Tel Aviv University…

How Smart-Phones are Changing our World

Check out this press release by Tel Aviv University about the Smart-Spaces project. Here are the first two paragraphs: With endless applications, high-speed wireless Internet access, and free…