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Our paper Can Diversity Amongst Learners Improve Online Object Tracking? was accepted for presentation at the 11th International Workshop on Multiple Classifier Systems (MCS 2013), to be held in Nanjing, China in May 2013.

Our article Socio-Economic Vision Graph Generation and Handover in Distributed Smart Camera Networks was accepted for publication in ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks.

Our paper EPiCS: Engineering Proprioception in Computing Systems was accepted for presentation at EUC 2012: The 10th IEEE/IFIP Conference on Embedded and Ubiquitous Computing, held in Cyprus.

I gave an invited Computer Science colloquium talk at the University of Paderborn in Germany. The talk was on the topic of Engineering Self-aware Computing Systems and took place in November 2012.

I gave an invited talk, An Outlook for Self-awareness in Computing Systems at the workshop on Self-awareness in Reconfigurable Computing Systems at the 22nd International Conference on Field Programmable Logic and Applications (FPL 2012) in Oslo, Norway.

Our paper Improved Adaptivity and Robustness in Decentralised Multi-Camera Networks was accepted for presentation at ICDSC 2012: The Sixth ACM/IEEE International Conference on Distributed Smart Cameras, to be held in Hong Kong.

Our paper, Resource-Aware Configuration in Smart Camera Networks has been accepted for presentation at the 2nd IEEE Workshop on Camera Networks & Wide Area Scence Analysis, to be held at the 25th Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) in Providence, Rhode Island in June 2012.

Our magazine article, An outlook for self-awareness in computing systems was published in the Awareness Magazine, the official magazine of the Awareness: Self-Awareness in Autonomic Systems Future and Emerging Technologies Proactive Initiative of the European Union.

I was the European Union Awareness initiative's featured researcher of the week: http://www.aware-project.eu/2012/peter-lewis/

I gave an invited talk at King's College London on "Engineering Self-Aware and Self-Expressive Systems" as part of their Informatics colloquium series.

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