The admission procedures for XXXVI cycle of the PhD program in Information Engineering are now open.
– The cycle will start on November 1, 2020.
– Deadline for online applications:
August 18, 2020, h 14:00 (Italian Time, GMT+2).
Instructions on admission procedures: !! HERE !!
17-19 June 2020
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, MedComNet 2020 will take place virtually and online from June 17 to 19, 2020.
This year’s edition features a great technical program covering different aspects of modern communication networks and the following outstanding keynote speakers:
– Anthony Ephremides, University of Maryland
– Jim Kurose, University of Massachusetts Amherst
– Izhak Rubin, University of California Los Angeles
– Don Towsley, University of Massachusetts Amherst
You can browse the program and the abstracts of the keynote talks at the following links:
Registered attendees will obtain access to the YouTube channel of the conference where all the presentations and the keynotes have been uploaded.
In addition, they will have access to the live GoToMeeting discussions, both with papers’ authors and keynote speakers.
Visit https://medcomnet.org/online-program/ for the detailed online program.
To register please visit https://medcomnet.org/registration/
As the conference is going to be held online, registration fees are very convenient.
For further information on the conference, please visit the official
website at https://2020.medcomnet.org
The webinars will take place every Thursday at 3pm GMT, from the 4th of June. The initial lineup includes some of the most innovative researchers interested in phonon polaritons and related nanophotonic platforms, who will present their advances and share their unique viewpoint.
For the first episode we are glad to have as speaker Prof. Jean-Jaques Greffet, of the Institut d’Optique, who will give a talk on the tailoring of mid-infrared radiation at the nanoscale.
You can register for free at the address: https://bit.ly/MIDIregistration.
Further announcements will be posted on the MIDI page: https://fb.me/midiwebinar,
and on the twitter account @sdeliberato
June 4: Jean-Jaques Greffet
June 11: Joshua Caldwell
June 18: Thomas Taubner
June 25: Alex Paarmann
…and more to be announced.
Download MIDI Flyer
Wednesday, 17 June 2020, h15.00
Meeting ID: 941
Vi invitiamo a partecipare al webinar gratuito PhD Bridge to Innovation – Dottorato, un valore aggiunto per le Aziende, in collaborazione con l’Università degli Studi di Brescia, in programma martedì 28 aprile alle ore 16.
L’evento online intende far comprendere alle aziende il grande valore aggiunto rappresentato dal Dottorato di Ricerca (PhD), presentando opportunità e funzionamento del percorso di III livello che consente di investire su giovani con alta qualificazione scientifica, ottenendo di ritorno un intenso interscambio di conoscenze avanzate per il settore di riferimento e l’impiego integrato di competenze.
L’Università presenterà i Dottorati di Ingegneria, Economia, Giurisprudenza e Medicina con tutti i dettagli per:
– finanziare una borsa di ricerca
– attivare un dottorato in apprendistato
– attivare un dottorato industriale
Sarà interessante scoprire come il dottorato di ricerca offre alle aziende la possibilità di avere accesso a risorse umane formate per l’innovazione, mantenendo al contempo un rapporto di interazione e continuo scambio con l’Università e uno sguardo aggiornato sulle frontiere più avanzate nelle differenti discipline.
Link to the website.
Prof.ssa Anita Pasotti
Università di Brescia
Combinatorial optimization and graph theory have experienced a fast development over the last few decades. It is well known that a lot of problems in combinatorial optimization arose directly from everyday practice in engineering and management. Indeed all the topics considered in this course are motivated by pratical interpretations. The goal is to focus on some problems of combinatorial optimization which can be formulated and treated by graph theoretical methods. After an introduction into graph theory, we study some selected topics both from a theoretical and an algorithmic point of view.
No previous knowledge of graph theory is necessary.
Monday, 18 May 2020
Preliminary concepts. Eulerian graphs. Examples of applications.
Thursday, 21 May 2020
Representations of graphs. Optimization problems.
Monday, 25 May 2020
Matching theory: definitions, properties and main theorems.
Thursday, 28 May 2020
Matching theory: algorithms and applications.
Monday, 1 June 2020
Trees and forests: definitions, properties and main theorems.
Thursday, 4 June 2020
Minimum spanning tree: algorithms.
Monday, 8 June 2020
Travelling salesman problem: basic definitions, lower bounds, approximation algorithms.
Thursday, 11 June 2020
Travelling salesman problem: upper bounds via insertion algorithms and local search.
The course will be delivered through asynchronous lessons which will be uploaded on Google Drive on the dates indicated above. Students interested are requested to contact:
Prof.ssa Anita PASOTTI
Dept. of Civil, Environmental, Architectural Engineering and Mathematics (DICATAM)
03/04 h.16.00 – MISURE, AGEVOLAZIONI E STRUMENTI PER LE IMPRESE: DAL DECRETO “CURA ITALIA” AI FINANZIAMENTI
Parleremo delle misure, agevolazioni e strumenti previsti dal decreto Cura Italia come ad esempio: proroghe agli adempimenti fiscali, posticipo della chiusura dei bilanci, misure a sostegno della liquidità e altri provvedimenti. Inoltre parleremo degli ammortizzatori sociali attivati (cassa integrazione) e i finanziamenti e bandi a disposizione delle aziende per mantenere competitività e fronteggiare le sfide attuali.
Link to the website.
10/04 h.16.00 – SMART WORKING E DIGITALIZZAZIONE DEI PROCESSI: TECNOLOGIE E PRODOTTI
Mai come ora è fondamentale conoscere gli strumenti che possono rendere il nostro lavoro SMART, connettere la nostra azienda in modo sicuro e adottare tecnologie in grado di ottimizzare i processi. Insieme a Iobo la rete di imprese partner di Officina Liberty scopriremo come cambia l’organizzazione aziendale in ottica smart con esempi pratici, casi reali, soluzioni software e applicazioni mobile per affrontare le attuali sfide.
Link to the website.
23/04 h.16.00 – USE CASES FOR BLOCKCHAIN: IMPATTO E FATTIBILITÀ NEL MANIFATTURIERO
Webinar dedicato alla tecnologia BlockChain, il suo impatto sui processi aziendali nel settore manifatturiero e la fattibilità. Con i massimi esperti vedremo gli spazi di applicazione, ad esempio in ambito Smart Manufacturing, IoT, Logistica e Supply Chain, attraverso casi reali, progetti sviluppati e una tavola rotonda con le aziende.
Link to the website.
Each PhD student of cycles XXXII of DRII will give a presentation about the research activity that she/he carried out for her/his PhD thesis.
The presentations will be broadcasted via streaming for people who want to attend, including families and friends, on:
MONDAY, MARCH 30, h.10.00
SSIE will be held from the 13th to the 17th of July, 2020, in the beautiful town of Brixen (Bressanone) in the Italian alps. The school is co-organized by the IEEE Italy Section (with the technical sponsorship of several chapters) and by the Dept. of Information Engineering of UNIPD. This year the school will be focused on machine learning techniques, energy-efficient electronics and ICT applications, touching upon theoretical developments, bioengineering/biomedical applications, energy-efficient electronics and energy harvesting, engineering of movement, sensing and telecommunications systems and cyber-security, among others.
More information here.
Mass media call them Autonomous Cars, meaning that they do not need a human driver; however, vehicles in traffic are never autonomous, they need to interact and cooperate with all the other vehicles and road users to drive you to destination and avoid crashes and accidents. The easiest way to cooperate is to communicate, so networking and communications are essential for the success of this extremely promising technology, that has been recently hampered by the first fatalities … all of them due to the lack of simple communication technology that would have prevented the tragic misjudgment of the situation by the driving algorithm.
This PhD course of 20 hours aims to present the more promising communication technologies for V2X (Vehicle to Anything) networking, from the 802.11p standard, to 5G-New Radio and network slicing, to Visible Light Communications, as well as the key functions needed to achieve cooperative driving and smart traffic management, including both safety related applications and traffic management.
LATEST NEWS: The course will be postponed due to the health emergency
More information here.