Ciclo di seminari

Workshops on research activities - Progetto eccellenza Dipartimento Informatica

Manager
Franco Fummi
Description
This cycle of meetings is designed for the research groups of the department who are contributing to the project of excellence and who have created collaborations among themselves. The collaborations and the exemplification of these researches on the ICE laboratory are the most important results of the whole project. They have been and are a source of growth for many researchers in the department. However, it is difficult to understand the depth of everything that has been done and is in development. Annual submission to auditors alone is not enough. To push further in the direction of knowledge and collaboration, we therefore thought of organizing workshops to be held on Tuesdays from 14:00 to 15:10 in which a research development is presented, questions can be asked and possible interactions can be defined. Anyone wishing to propose themselves for the next cycles can send an e-mail to Barbara Zaccheddu: barbara.zaccheddu@univr.it

Next Seminars
Date Time Title Supervisor
6/29/21 2:00 PM Assertion-based verification of containerized ROS-compliant SW for robotic systems Graziano Pravadelli, Samuele Germiniani - Università di Verona - Dip. Informatica
7/6/21 2:00 PM Multi-person activity analysis Marco Cristani, Francesco Setti - Università di Verona - Dip. Informatica
7/13/21 2:00 PM Designing and evaluating interaction in Mixed Reality Andrea Giachetti, Ariel Caputo - Università di Verona - Dip. Informatica

Seminars which have already taken place
Date Time Title Supervisor
6/22/21 2:00 PM System-Level Modeling for Digital-twin generation Stefano Spellini - Università di Verona - Dip. Informatica
6/15/21 2:00 PM Human Pose Estimation at the Edge Nicola Bombieri - Università di Verona - Dip. Informatica
6/8/21 2:00 PM Network Syntesis for Industry 4.0 Enrico Fraccaroli, Davide Quaglia - Università di Verona - Dip. Informatica
6/1/21 2:00 PM SW Containerization for Mobile Robots: a Multilevel Toolchain Nicola Bombieri - Università di Verona - Dip. Informatica