Niko Mäkitalo — assistant professor at the University of Jyväskylä My research field is contemporary software engineering for IoT. I study how our environment could be made truly smart with state-of-the-art AI models and IoT technologies. ResearchGoogle Scholar / PublicationsPresently my best place to find all my publications is from Google Scholar. I have recently switched organization.Conversis / Researcher profileMy researcher profile in the University of Jyväskylä Conversis system.Youtube / Research concept videosMy Youtube channel presenting some of our research concept over the years.CiNetCampus / IoT ResearchI share my time between Faculty of Information Technology, University of Jyväskylä and Kokkola Chydenius University Consortium.GitHub / Open source codeMost of our research has been published under open source license. 6G Software projectWe study how to make software for extremely distributed and heterogeneous massive networks of connected devices. PostsProgrammable InteractionsProgrammable interactions approach computing from a different perspective: the idea is that the interactions themselves should play a key role in computing, and they should follow a fresh new set of principles. Read more from this blog post.Adaptive Applications with WASMWe have studied using WebAssembly technology outside the browser from enabling new types of dynamic applications that are also lightweight. Read more from this blog post and our publications.Collective Executions A novel concepts set new laws how software applications should be executed in the contemporary computing environment – where the devices are all around of us. Read more from here and the publications.