Austrian Computer Science Day 2012
This goal is to strengthen the computer scientists network nationwide and to provide a communication platform for the excellence of Austrian computer science
- Universität Wien, Hörsaal 28
- 1010 Vienna, Universitätsring 1
In collaboration with the Austrian Computer Society, this event aims to strengthen the networking between computer scientists nationwide and to provide a communication platform for highlighting the excellence of Austrian computer science. Distinguished computer scientists will present a variety of attractive topics, illustrating the broad scope and the impact of national research.
This year’s Austrian Computer Science Day will cover several research fields, including Computer Vision, Business Processes, Parallel Computing, Internet Technology, Embedded Systems, Computer Security, Computer Graphics and Machine Learning.
09:00 Opening Roderick Bloem, TU Graz Monika Henzinger, University of Vienna Helmuth Veith, TU Vienna
Computational Music Perception Gerhard Widmer, JKU Linz
Interorganizational Business Processes Management Johann Eder, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Leakage-Resilient Cryptography Krzysztof Pietrzak, IST Austria
Optimizing Programs for Modern Heterogeneous Parallel Computers Thomas Fahringer, University of Innsbruck
12:20 Lunch break
14:00 Incorrect Systems: It´s not the Problem, it´s the Solution Christoph Kirsch, PLU Salzburg
Sponsored Search Auctions or How Web Search Engines Make Money Monika Henzinger, University of Vienna
15:20 Coffee break
16:00 Exploiting Redundancy for Reliable Aerial Computer Vision Horst Bischof, TU Graz
High Quality Lighting Simulation for Complex Architectural Environments Werner Purgathofer, TU Vienna
Roderick Bloem, Monika Henzinger, Helmuth Veith
Attendance is free of charge but please note that a registration until June 15, 2012 is required. For more information on the event and registration, please visit www.informatiktag.at.
This event is organized by TU Vienna, University of Vienna and TU Graz. In cooperation with the Austrian Computer Society (OCG) and with support by the Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT).
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