Category Archives: Allgemein

09Mai/18

Dein Ticket für den WeAreDevelopers World Congress 2018!

Von 16. bis 18. Mai können sich im Austria Center Vienna über 8.000 Technologie-Profis von den klügsten Köpfen der Technologie in Form von Keynotes, Panel-Discussions, Workshops und Talks inspirieren lassen. Internationale Speaker, wie Steve Wozniak (Apple), Andreas M. Antonopoulos (Open Blockchain Experte), Brenda Romero (Romero Games), Joel Spolsky (Stack Overflow), Angie Jones (Twitter) und Joseph Sirosh (Microsoft) geben spannende Einblicke in die Zukunft der Technologie.

Sichere dir eines von 150 Tickets für das „Woodstock of Developers“ vom 16. bis 18. Mai 2018.

Alle weiteren Infos zum WeAreDevelopers World Congress findest du unter www.wearedevelopers.com

So geht’s: Schicke eine E-Mail an informatik[at]uibk.ac.at

Einsendeschluss: 13. Mai 2018, 23.59 Uhr

Umtausch und Übertragung des Gewinnes sind ausgeschlossen.

15Mrz/18

Physikpraktikum in Kasan

Liebe Studierende,

wir haben gestern Abend ein Mail von Prof. Grimm erhalten, dass beim diesjährigen Physikpraktikum in Kasan (Russland) auch Informatiker teilnehmen können. Dieses findet von 18. – 31. Juli 20018 statt.
Alle weiteren Informationen sind diesem PDF zu entnehmen:
https://binaryibk.at/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/physikpraktikum_kasan.compressed.pdf
Wer Interesse hat sendet bis Ende März ein Mail an Prof. Grimm.

05Feb/18

VCLA International Student Awards 2018 in Memory of Helmut Veith

The Vienna Center for Logic and Algorithms of TU Wien (Vienna University of Technology), calls for the nomination of authors of outstanding theses and scientific works in the field of Logic and Computer Science, in the following two categories:

  • Outstanding Master Thesis Award
  • Outstanding Undergraduate Thesis Award (Bachelor thesis or equivalent, 1st cycle of the Bologna process)

The main areas of interest are:

  • Computational Logic, covering theoretical and mathematical foundations such as proof theory, model theory, algorithmic lower and upper bounds, Boolean satisfiability (SAT), QBF, constraint satisfaction, satisfiability modulo theories, automated deduction (resolution, refutation, theorem proving), non-classical logics (substructural logics, multi-valued logics, deontic logics, modal and temporal logics), computational complexity (complexity analysis, parameterized complexity, decomposition methods).
  • Databases and Artificial Intelligence, concerned with logical methods for modeling, storing, and drawing inferences from data and knowledge. This includes subjects like query languages based on logical concepts (Datalog, variants of SQL, XML, and SPARQL), novel database-theoretical methods (schema mappings, information extraction and integration), logic programming, knowledge representation and reasoning (ontologies, answer-set programming, belief change, inconsistency handling, argumentation, planning).
  • Verification, concerned with logical methods and automated tools for reasoning about the behavior and correctness of complex state-based systems such as software and hardware designs as well as hybrid systems. This ranges from model checking, program analysis and abstraction to new interdisciplinary areas such as fault localization, program repair, program synthesis, and the analysis of biological systems.

The award is dedicated to the memory of Helmut Veith, the brilliant computer scientist who tragically passed away in March 2016, and aims to carry on his commitment to promoting young talent and promising researchers in these areas.

Award
The Outstanding Master Thesis Award is accompanied by a prize of € 1200, and the Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award by a prize of € 800.
Additionally, the winners will be invited to present their work at an award ceremony during the Federated Logic Conference (FLoC) 2018 in Oxford.

Eligibility
The degree must have been awarded between November 15th 2015 and December 31st 2017. Students who obtained the degree at TU Wien are excluded from the nomination.

Important dates
Submission deadline: March 15, 2018 (anywhere on Earth)
Notification of decision: End of May 2018
Award ceremony: July 2018 (during FLoC, details to be announced)

Nomination Procedures
For nomination instructions, please visit http://logic-cs.at/award-call-2018/
Kindly address all inquiries to award@logic-cs.at

VCLA Award Chairs 2018
Robert Ganian (committee co-chair)
Magdalena Ortiz (general chair)
Revantha Ramanayake (committee co-chair)

19Jan/18

Siemens Strategie-Workshop „SMC Insights“

Siemens Management Consulting (SMC) ist die Top-Management-Strategieberatung des Siemens Konzerns und veranstaltet im März 2018 in Budapest den Strategie-Workshop „SMC Insights“. Das Event richtet sich an herausragende Studierende (m/w) ab dem vierten Semester und Promovierende (m/w) der Ingenieur- und Naturwissenschaften sowie der Informatik.

Die Teilnehmer(innen) werfen in der ungarischen Hauptstadt einen Blick hinter die Kulissen von SMC und Siemens. Sie lernen sowohl die SMC Mitarbeiter(innen) als auch die Unternehmenskultur und die vielfältigen Karrieremöglichkeiten kennen.

Der Workshop findet am 22./23. März 2018 in Budapest statt. Bewerbungsschluss ist der 11. Februar 2018.

Bei Fragen zum Workshop steht Frau Theresa Hollerith unter theresa.hollerith@siemens.com gerne zur Verfügung. Nähere Informationen gibt es  auch auf der SMC Event-Website.

SMC_Insights_Workshop

09Jan/18

CALL for PARTICIPANTS

CALL for PARTICIPANTS

Image Forensics Challenge

www.euregiommsec.info

The EUREGIO Image Forensics Challenge is a joint teaching initiative between the Security and Privacy Lab of the University of Innsbruck and the Media Lab of the University of Trento, with the goal of providing students with first-hand training on information security topics.

The participation is free and open to all Bachelor, Master and PhD students enrolled at the Institut für Informatik. It represents a unique opportunity for interested students to get hands-on experience in the exciting field of image forensics, the science of detecting manipulations in visual data.

In fact, the competing teams will have the chance to work on a dataset of forged images and exploit existing image forensics tools to develop their own forgery detection algorithm, as shown in the figure below. A background in image processing and forensics is advisable but not necessary, as all the participants can take advantage of a collection of hints and example codes for the development of their final algorithm. Detailed information about the challenge schedule and timeframe can be found here.

After downloading the development dataset (available here), the teams will have time until February 26th 2018 to design and submit their code.

The challenge will be concluded by a final social event hosted by the University of Innsbruck on March 22nd-23rd involving students from both institutions, where the different teams will present their work and the winner will be announced. The best teams will be awarded with a GoPro camera!

Interested students should contact challenge@euregiommsec.info or cecilia.pasquini@uibk.ac.at for more information or clarification.