LASIGE will be present in Encontro Ciência 2018, the largest scientific forum in Portugal. LASIGE senior researchers will be presenting 3 oral communications and 2 demos. The winner and runner-up of the 2017 LASIGE best poster awards will also be at the event presenting the winning works.
The 3rd edition of the LASIGE Workshop was held at the beginning of this month (June 2018) at the Ciências@ULisboa. It provided an interesting debate space for its (more than 65) participants.
Carlos Duarte was invited to the "How can technology increase seniors' autonomy" panel at the Ageing Futures conference that took place at the Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa on June 21st.
The 23rd International Conference on Reliable Software Technologies - Ada-Europe 2018, organized by LASIGE members, took place this week in Lisbon and attracted a large number of participants from more than 20 countries. Almost 50% of the participants were from the industry.
The 3rd LaSIGE Workshop will be held on June 7, 2018, at the FCiências.ID Auditorium (C1 building) and aims at reinforcing the connections among its members and the scientific community.
LASIGE has invited Mauricio Breternitz to give a talk next Wednesday (23rd of May), at 14pm in room 6.3.38) about his research experience and how universities can collaborate more with the industry. Mauricio has a vast industrial research experience draw from his times at IBM, Motorola, Intel and AMD, among others.
No próximo dia 11 de Abril, pelas 18h, vai acontecer mais uma edição do, desta feita sobre "O Destino dos Dados". Este evento vai ter a participação do investigador LASIGE Francisco Couto.
This Thursday, on the 26th of April, several LASIGE members are taking part on the organization of Girls in ICT, an event to promote ICT-releated careers to young women. This year's edition has an extra goal: to show woman that have a degree in other areas that they can too learn computer Science and take advantage of the high employment rates in this field.
The Department of Informatics and LASIGE have invited Tom Bartindale, a Human Computer Interaction researcher to give a talk on collaborative media production and the rise of objects. Tom will share with us his experiences of event manager and technician and how it impacted his research in new media production.
The talk will take place on the 14th of March, at 14h on room C.6.3.38.