2nd International School on Enabling Technologies, Applications, and Methods for Emerging 5G Systems

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  The “2nd International School on Enabling Technologies, Applications, and Methods for Emerging 5G Systems”, dedicated to Ph.D. students, took place at Técnico, from 22nd to 26th October.   Detailed information about the event is available at http://grow.tecnico.ulisboa.pt/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/PhD-School-Emerging5GTechs_Lisbon_Oct2018_Programme_v5.pdf

EWG-MCDA 2018 Conference – Lisbon

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The INESC-ID, CERIS, IN+ and CEG-IST research centers of the Instituto Superior Técnico – ULisboa are pleased to welcome to the 88th International Meeting of the European Working Group on Multiple Criteria Decision Aiding (EWG-MCDA). The meeting will be held … Continued

BADA – Big Automotive Data Analytics

Seminar | 336 | 15:00

Ahmad Al-Shishtawy, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden – Abstract: The BADA project fuses big data analytics with the automotive industry in Sweden. It is a collaboration between RISE SICS, Volvo cars, Volvo trucks, Scania, and the Swedish Transport Agency. The … Continued

Distinguished Lecture
Origins of NP and P

Distinguished Lecture | FA3 – Informatic Department - IST Alameda | 13:30

Jack Edmonds, – Abstract: NP and P have origins in “the marriage theorem”: A matchmaker has as clients the parents of some boys and some girls where some boy-girl pairs love each other. The matchmaker must find a marriage … Continued

Learning with Sociable Robots and Artifacts

Seminar | IST Taguspark - Room 1.38 | 15:00

Sandra Y. Okita, Teachers College, Columbia University – Abstract: People often turn to others to improve their own learning. Technological artifacts (e.g. humanoid robots, pedagogical agents/avatars) often consist of human-like qualities ranging across appearance, behavior, and intelligence. These features often … Continued

Atomic Transaction Commit for Modern Data Stores

Seminar | 336 | 10:00

Alexey Gotsman, IMDEA Software Institute in Madrid – Abstract: Modern data stores often need to provide both high scalability and strong transactional semantics. They achieve scalability by partitioning data into shards and fault-tolerance by replicating each shard across several servers. … Continued

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