• Formalizing DIKW Architecture for Modeling Security and Privacy as Typed Resources

  • Capturing Domain Knowledge Through Extensible Components

  • Uncertainty Analysis of Rainfall Spatial Interpolation in Urban Small Area

  • Automated and Optimized Formal Approach to Verify SDN Access-Control Misconfigurations

  • Indriya: A Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) Testbed

  • A Balanced Cloudlet Management Method for Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks

  • A Secure Contained Testbed for Analyzing IoT Botnets

  • Energy-Efficient Computation Offloading for Multimedia Workflows in Mobile Cloud Computing

  • Overcoming Barriers to Healthcare Access and Delivery

  • Effectiveness and Usability of a Developed Collaborative Online Tool for Children with ADHD

  • Evolving Playful and Creative Activities When School Children Develop Game-Based Designs

  • An Interactive Multisensory Virtual Environment for Developmentally Disabled

  • Making Puppet Circuits

  • Design, Learning and Innovation in Developing a Physical Activity Training Network: L.U.C.A.S Project

  • What Is It Like to Be a Virtual Bat?

  • What Prevents Teachers from Using Games and Gamification Tools in Nordic Schools?

  • Infusing Creativity and Technology Through Repurposing Existing Digital Tools and Social Media Apps for Educational Purposes

  • Developing Production-Oriented, Problem-Based and Project-Work Courses - The Case of Game Development in a Video Conference Setting

  • From Stigma to Objects of Desire: Participatory Design of Interactive Jewellery for Deaf Women

  • GLOBE – Cognitive and Social Competence Development by Virtual Collaboration and Simulation Games

  • A Theory Based Dialogic Learning Architecture for Sustained Innovative Collaborative Learning Across Diversity and Professional Borders

  • Development of a Pervasive Game for ADHD Children

  • Learning Basic Mathematical Functions with Augmented Reality

  • Designing a Playful Robot Application for Second Language Learning

  • ‘Portugal Without Fires’, A Data Visualization System to Help Analyze Forest Fire Data in Portugal