Austrian Computer Science Day 2013

  • 2013-05-03
  • Research

The goal is to strengthen the network of computer scientists nationwide and to provide a communication platform for 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. Similar to last year, eight researchers from different computer science departments at Austrian universities will give an overview over the computer science research done in Austria.

Program

09:00 Opening and Welcome

Visual Tools for Understanding Multi-dimensional Parameter Spaces Torsten Möller, University of Vienna

Discrete Energy Minimisation in Computer Vision: Algorithms and Applications Vladimir Kolmogorov, IST Austria

10:30 Coffee break

11:00 Scalable Communication through Semantic Technologies Dieter Fensel, University of Innsbruck

Reducing Energy Consumption and Improving Bioinformatics with Clouds Ivona Brandic, TU Vienna

12:20 Lunch break

14:00 SAT: A Disruptive Technology in Computer Science Armin Biere, JKU Linz

Multimedia Security Matured – Biometrics, Watermarking, and Video Encryption in Real Life Andreas Uhl, University of Salzburg

15:20 Coffee break

16:00 Self-Healing Service-Based Processes Gerhard Friedrich, University Klagenfurt

Does the Brain Play Dice? Wolfgang Maass, TU Graz

17:20 Closing

Note

Attendance and transport from and to Wien Heiligenstadt U4 is free of charge but please note that a registration until April 18, 2013 is required. Details and bus schedule.

This event is organized by the IST Austria, TU Vienna, University of Vienna, TU Graz, JKU Linz, the Universities of Salzburg, Innsbruck and Klagenfurt 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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