Senior Research Associate
Dr Woznowski is a research assistant in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (with a specialization in Sensor Informatics) at the University of Bristol. He is interested in serialising the vision of ubiquitous computing, in which diverse sensors residing in our surroundings provide services that a single device cannot. The new classes of application which emerge from this approach can be used to, for example, monitor patient’s recovery in hospitals or in their own homes. In his PhD he designed a Rule-Based Semantic Sensing Platform for Activity Monitoring, which makes use of: low-level SNM, rule-based system and ontologies; to perform activity recognition in sensor-rich environments. He has been involved in measuring stroke patients’ physical activity project, which involved data collection in hospital (Regional Stroke Unit, Cardiff) and home environments. He is currently working on the SPHERE project (EPSRC).