Great Ideas in ICT

Professors:Leonardo Querzoni, et alt.
Credits:2.5
Range:B
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Once every few years the information and communication technology community is shaken by some results that fundamentally impact several core topics. These results often have strong consequence on real systems, and thus, finally, impact our everyday life as well. This course has the goal of introducing the attendees to several breakthroughs, representative of different areas, showing the practical impact they had on ICT as it is today. Lectures will be delivered by professors and researchers from the department of computer science (DI), the department of computer, control, and management engineering Antonio Ruberti (DIAG) and the department of Information, communication and electronic engineering (DIET).
Schedule: from June 3 to July 8
Check the website for further details on the schedule: http://www.dis.uniroma1.it/~querzoni/great-ideas-in-ICT-2014
List of lectures:
  • Computational Intractability - Nicola Galesi
  • Multidimensional data - Francesco M. Malvestuto
  • Biometric Systems - Maria De Marsico
  • The PCP Theorem - Alessandro Panconesi
  • Complexity Engineering - Stefano Nolfi
  • Graph Transformations, their generalizations and applications - Paolo Bottoni and Francesco Parisi-Presicce
  • Quality of Experience Control in Future Internet - Francesco Delli Priscoli
  • Safe control of physical human-robot interaction - Alessandro De Luca
  • Homogeneous approximations and stabilization of nonlinear systems - Stefano Battilotti
  • The CAP theorem and the design of large scale distributed systems - Silvia Bonomi and Leonardo Querzoni
  • Wireless Sensor Networks: from theory to practice ... and back again - Andrea Vitaletti
  • System Verification via Symbolic Model Checking - Fabio Patrizi
  • Face detection using a boosted cascade of simple features - Domenico Daniele Bloisi
  • Sparse Least Squares on Manifolds - Giorgio Grisetti
  • Data stream algorithmics - Irene Finocchi
  • 3D Indoor positioning and navigation: theory, implementation and applications - Luca De Nardis