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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    nl program Read more about the background of the symposium Submit a poster proposal Register for free participation We aim with this symposium and future yearly editions to maintain a strong inspiring and visible Dutch research community in software engineering The speakers are Eelco Visser TU Delft Mark van den Brand TU Eindhoven Patricia Lago VU Paul Klint CWI research fellow UvA Sjaak Brinkkemper UU Paris Avgeriou RUG Fahrad Arbab CWI Erik Meijer TU Delft Jaco van de Pol UTwente Back to top Chair Distributed Systems TU Delft The Faculty of Electrical Engineering Mathematics and Computer Science EEMCS is known worldwide for its high academic quality and the social relevance of its research programmes The faculty s excellent facilities accentuate its international position in teaching and research The faculty offers an interdisciplinary setting for its 500 employees 400 PhD students and 1700 undergraduates Together they work on a broad range of technical innovations in the fields of sustainable energy telecommunications microelectronics embedded systems computer and software engineering interactive multimedia and applied mathematics EEMCS Your Connection to the Future The Department of Software and Computer Technology comprises a number of research groups working on core computer science topics The department is responsible for a large part of the curriculum of the BSc and MSc programmes in Computer Science The department s research mission is to perform excellent research at an internationally recognised level in the design construction and analysis of complex concurrent and cooperative computer and information systems Inspiration for the research topics is derived largely from the use of computer systems in industry and society The department currently consists of six groups Distributed Systems Software Engineering Embedded Software Algorithms Web Information Systems and Computer Engineering The current Distributed Systems DS section concentrates on the modelling the design the implementation and the analysis of distributed systems and algorithms This research is fundamental in that it aims at the development and evaluation of generic methods and techniques and is application driven in that the research is motivated by application areas Most of the research is experimental building prototypes of systems preferably used in the real world to demonstrate the quality of the proposed solutions The main research areas of the current Distributed Systems group are grids and clouds P2P systems and online social networks massively multiplayer online games and big data processing systems Job description TU Delft is offering a position for a full Professor of distributed systems We are looking for an ambitious and inspiring leader with the ability to integrate areas such as resource management novel distributed platforms distributed systems for novel applications and quality attributes such as scalability or performance The new Full Professor will stimulate and initiate scientific interaction with other groups in the department contribute to the consolidation and expansion of the department s international network via joint research projects with industry and academia and deliver and expand on successful education The chair will lead the existing Distributed Systems Group Therefore besides having a compelling research line of his or her own the new chair must be able to work with a group that has a strong reputation in experimental research This calls for candidates who can benefit from the group s experimental expertise in order to establish a win win collaboration The chair will take a leading role in the line of education in distributed systems throughout the faculty s education programmes This includes teaching dedicated courses at the bachelor and master level as well as pro actively managing the courses taught by the full Distributed Systems group on subjects such as computer systems cloud computing and distributed algorithms Furthermore the chair will supervise students at the bachelor master and PhD levels Requirements Applicants should have the following qualifications Excellent track record in distributed systems research publications in high impact venues Strong track record in experimental research in distributed systems Excellent teaching skills compelling vision on academic education of distributed systems Strong leadership team management and team development skills Proven track record in acquisition of research funds also for investments in long term infrastructures Successful in translating research results into societal benefits Substantial international network in industry and academia relevant to the field of distributed systems Conditions of employment TU Delft offers an attractive benefits package including a flexible work week and the option of assembling a customised compensation and benefits package the IKA Salary and benefits are in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities In principle the salary is according to scale H2 with a maximum of 7 285 gross per month Promotion to the level of H1 is possible in case of a good performance matching the level of H1 TU Delft sets specific standards for the English competency of the teaching staff TU Delft offers training to improve English competency Inspiring excellent education is our central aim TU Delft offers training and certification to recognize and improve teaching skills Information and application For more information about this position please contact Prof Arie van Deursen phone 31 0 15 2782486 e mail arie vandeursen at tudelft nl We request candidates to send the following 1 Application letter 2 CV 3 Research statement 4 Education statement The application should also include names of six references Please e mail your application by 4 January 2015 to Mrs A Hoek HR EEMCS at tudelft nl When applying for this position please refer to vacancy number EWI2014 35 Enquiries from agencies are not appreciated Back to top Assistant associate professor in Computer Systems VU Assistant associate professor in Computer Systems Tenure Track Fte 1 0 VU unit Faculty of Science Vacancy number 14394 Date of publication November 27 2014 Closing date January 5 2015 In collaboration with the Informatics Institute at the University of Amsterdam UvA the Department of Computer Sciences is seeking candidates for an assistant associate professor in Distributed Systems VU University Amsterdam is one of the leading institutions for higher education in Europe and aims to be inspiring innovative and committed to

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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    culture and science IMPORTANT DATES Preliminary registration November 30th 2014 Submission of papers January 11th 2015 Notification of Acceptance March 8th 2015 Early registration reduced fee April 5th 2015 Camera ready papers delivery April 19th 2015 Registration April 19th 2015 Hotel Reservation April 26th 2015 Conference May 13th 15th 2015 CONFERENCE FEES Early Registration Fee till April 5th 2015 350 1400 PLN Student Registration Fee 200 800 PLN Regular Registration Fee 400 1600 PLN MORE INFORMATION http pdes polsl pl e mail pdes at polsl pl Back to top CfP UBICOMM 2015 UBICOMM 2015 Call for Papers CALL FOR PAPERS TUTORIALS PANELS UBICOMM 2015 The Ninth International Conference on Mobile Ubiquitous Computing Systems Services and Technologies July 19 24 2015 Nice France General page http www iaria org conferences2015 UBICOMM15 html Call for Papers http www iaria org conferences2015 CfPUBICOMM15 html Submission page http www iaria org conferences2015 SubmitUBICOMM15 html Submission deadline February 27 2015 UBICOMM 2015 Topics topics and submission details see CfP on the site Fundamentals Semantics of ubiquity Ubiquitous knowledge Knowledge discovery mechanisms Profiling ubiquitous environments Ubiquitous technologies for education learning and training Mobility Ubiquitous computing Wearable computing Mobile computing Nomadic computing Mobile commerce Mobile learning Information Ubiquity Ubiquitous information appliances Information retrieval and filtering Context awareness Control of ubiquitous data Data management and processing Data replication migration and dissemination Ubiquitous computing and Internet of Things Ubiquitous Multimedia Systems and Processing Multimedia content recognition indexing and search Mobile graphics games and entertainment Ubiquitous multimedia applications and systems Streaming mobile multimedia Mobile media management Multimedia ubiquitous platforms Multimedia Indexing and Compression Image and Signal Processing Virtual reality in ubiquitous systems Wireless Technologies Bluetooth 802 11 x 802 15 x ZigBee WiMax Web Services Web 2 0 Semantic web Web services Ontology Web Services evolution Web Services applications Ubiquitous networks Ubiquitous networks Network management Network performance evaluation Networks and technology convergence Internet access in ubiquitous systems Ubiquitous mesh ad hoc and sensor networks RFID Reconfigurability and personalization of ubiquitous networks Ubiquitous devices and operative systems Design of devices for ubiquitous systems Mobile devices Wearable devices Embedded systems Operative systems for ubiquitous devices Real time operating systems and scheduling Ubiquitous mobile services and protocols Frameworks architectures and languages for ubiquitous services Queries transactions and workflows in mobile and ubiquitous Networks Algorithms for ubiquitous systems SLA QoS in ubiquitous services Ontology based services Location based services Protocols and interaction mechanisms for ubiquitous services Mobile services and service convergence Service discovery mechanisms Tracking in ubiquitous environments Measurement control and management of ubiquitous services Design and development of ubiquitous services Wireless mobile service delivery Ubiquitous software and security Ambient components Agent technologies Software for spontaneous interoperation Dependability guarantees Security Key Management and Authentication Trust Privacy Fault tolerance Multimedia Information Security Collaborative ubiquitous systems Cooperative networks for ubiquitous systems Cooperative applications for ubiquitous networks Handheld and wearable systems for interaction in collaborative groups and communities Ad hoc collaboration in ubiquitous computing environments Awareness of collaboration and of work environment Inherently mobile collaborative work Users applications and business models Mobile user interfaces Ubiquitous user generated content weblogs wikis etc Mobile and ubiquitous computing support for collaborative learning User modeling and personalization Context and location aware applications Toolkits testbeds development environments Tools and techniques for designing implementing evaluating ubiquitous systems Constructing deploying and prototyping of ubiquitous applications Evaluation of user models for ubiquitous environments On line analytical techniques Human computer interaction in ubiquitous computing environments Ubiquitous e Development business science health etc Case Studies Emerging industrial business scientific ubiquitous scenarios Ambient intelligence Social issues and implications of ubiquitous systems Back to top CfP AMBIENT 2015 AMBIENT 2015 Call for Papers CALL FOR PAPERS TUTORIALS PANELS AMBIENT 2015 The Fifth International Conference on Ambient Computing Applications Services and Technologies July 19 24 2015 Nice France General page http www iaria org conferences2015 AMBIENT15 html Call for Papers http www iaria org conferences2015 CfPAMBIENT15 html Submission page http www iaria org conferences2015 SubmitAMBIENT15 html Submission deadline February 27 2015 AMBIENT 2015 Topics topics and submission details see CfP on the site Track 1 Ambient computing environments sensors and hardware Fundamental for ambient computing and mechanisms Environmental sensing and computing Distributed ambient and artificial intelligence Autonomic ambient networks and communications Smart environments and applications Ubiquitous and mobile computing Track 2 Ambient computing and modeling Sentient Computing Tracking and sensing networks Location based computing Ambient context modeling and reasoning Context aware computing Local and global sensing Multi sensory and multi modal fusion Track 3 Ambient devices applications and systems Ambient media and devices Ambient content and methods for adding intelligence to media objects Sentient offices Smart phones Glasses and filters for ambient game and movie Social networks and social computing Semantic location Body sensors Wearable devices Smart sensors Track 4 Ambient services technology and platforms Personalized services Ambient assisted living AAL Social games Domotics Home Automation Domestic robotics Intelligent homes Tele care and Telemedicine Mobile media Mobile learning Emergency services Ambient oriented technologies wireless social networks Universal access Ambient platforms Ambient and mobile social networks Track 5 User Friendly Interfaces Haptic interfaces Smart user interfaces Ambient interfaces touch gesture haptics biometrics Multimodal interfaces and interaction Track 6 Ambient Business Models Privacy and Trust Business model and business cases security privacy and trust Real life implementations Back to top CfP NETYS 2015 NETYS 2015 THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NETWORKED SYSTEMS May 13 15 2015 AGADIR MOROCCO http www netys net Aim and Scope NETYS aims to bring together researchers and engineers from both the theory and practice of distributed and networked systems The scope of the conference covers all aspects related to the design and the development of these systems including but not restricted to multi core architectures concurrent and distributed algorithms parallel concurrent distributed programming distributed databases cloud systems networks security formal verification etc NETYS will provide a forum to report on best practices and novel algorithms results and techniques on networked systems Original contributions as well as experience papers on the principles design implementation modeling analysis verification and application

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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    DTI HARDI and recent discoveries of functional brain mechanisms in visual perception Among the topics covered are high order derivative filters for 2D and 3D images detecting edges ridges corners T junctions etc in images multi scale analysis of 2D and 3D shape and motion from image sequences depth from stereo multi orientation analysis for contextual operations and the use of contemporary well understood mathematical tools from differential geometry and tensor analysis differential invariants coordinate transformations gauge coordinates The majority of the examples discussed are from 2D 3D and 4D 3D time medical imaging We devote some time to the efficient numerical implementation of the different techniques Hands on experience is acquired in a computer lab We use Mathematica 10 as this software suite is eminently suited for this design process and we experiment hands on with virtually all aspects discussed in the course more information and registration Back to top Workshop ICT with Industry 4 ASCI ECTS On behalf of the scientific organizers Prof Dr Ir Henri Bal ASCI Prof Dr Paul De Bra SIKS and Prof Dr Mark van den Brand IPA we kindly invite you to participate in the workshop ICT with Industry 2014 13 17 October 2014 60 Scientists working on 6 Study cases The five day s workshop organized by NWO Physical Sciences EW and STW will bring together scientists in particular junior research staff and PhD s and professionals from industry and government to face and resolve complex study cases The workshop starts with 5 companies and 1 governmental organization who will present their practical business challenges to be followed by an intense week of analyzing discussing modeling and accelerating solutions for the business cases Why participate In a collaborative and creative environment as ICT with Industry there will be many opportunities to expand your research and industrial network The workshop is expected to lead to a number of new scientific papers and or research initiatives The workshop is acknowledged by the research schools ASCI IPA and SIKS as part of the Credit Point system Credits will be allocated upon evaluation and final assessment Please contact your mentor or promotor to check whether your participation in this workshop fits your study program What kind of business challenges are available 1 Aia Software B V Technical Architecture of inherent safe internetfacing application 2 CBS D POD Dutch Privacy Preserving Open Data 3 Combined Computer Services CCS Better insurance process based on unstructured data 4 InTech WaterData 5 Thales Research and Technology Secure decision support in highly distributed environments with multiple large heterogeneous datasets 6 VectorFabrics Scalable dynamic race prediction More information about the workshop and the business challenges http www lorentzcenter nl lc web 2014 679 info php3 wsid 679 venue Oort Practicalities The workshop will be hosted by the Lorentz Center in Leiden which offers meeting rooms office space with internet and phone full catering and hotel arrangements based on shared rooms Single rooms are available upon additional payment No registration fee but lunch and dinner free of charge Please register via the workshop webpage http www lorentzcenter nl lc web 2014 679 registration php3 wsid 679 venue Oort In the event that the number of participants exceeds capacity the organizers with the scientific committee will consider the earliest submissions first based on the balance of sub disciplines needed for the business cases For questions about the workshop please check the website of Lorentz Center or contact de workshop coordinator Ms Sietske Kroon via kroon at lorentzcenter nl or 31 71 527 55 85 Back to top PCDI Retreat 2014 You already excel as a researcher but do you also excel as a scientist Becoming successful in your work involves so much more than winning grants and building a strong publication record Ever wondered how to exert influence or be more effective in your work How to position yourself and make use of your talent in a wider context What is expected of you as a PhD in the world of today What professional opportunities there are and the differences between working in industry academia and non profit At the PCDI Retreat you will learn how to take your PhD to the next dimension On this 3 day course you will Learn what your talents are and how to get the best out of them Improve your transferable skills at the training workshops Attend inspiring seminars by successful PhDs in and outside academia about e g leadership valorisation scientific integrity and work life balance Discuss with key players in the field how to position yourself as a scientist at university and in a wider context at the forum Network with dozens PhDs to gain insights into working for or with the industry as an entrepreneur or in non profit Find out what is important to you how to get the best out of your talent and use the opportunities available to you No matter whether you have a career in academia or elsewhere in mind at the PCDI Retreat you will learn how to increase your chances of success This 12th edition specifically targets researchers in STEM Science Technology Engineering Maths and takes place from 29 31 October 2014 PCDI organises this course to increase the awareness of the capacities and professional opportunities of postdocs and final year PhD students The course has previously been attended by more than 1000 early career scientists including researchers from abroad Curious to know what fellow scientists learned at the PCDI Retreat Check the testimonials by former retreat participants on our website Visit www pcdi nl for more information about the programme registration funding options and who to contact at your university Back to top Assistant Professor Virtual Worlds UU At Utrecht University we have a vacancy for an Assistant Professor Virtual Worlds 1 0 fte Job description The division Virtual Worlds of the Department of Information and Computing Sciences of Utrecht University is recruiting an Assistant Professor As prospective candidate you have expertise and experience in scientific

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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    338 Fast and Scalable Virtual Machine Deployment Kaveh Razavi Prof dr H E Bal Dr Ing habil T Kielmann VU November 5 2015 337 Generative Models for Pedestrian Track Analysis Julian Kooij Prof dr D M Gavrila Dr G Englebienne UvA December 4 2015 336 Pinning down loosened hip implants Imaging and planning of percutaneous re fixation Francois Malan Prof dr R G H H Nelissen Prof dr E R Valstar UL October 29 2015 335 Visualization for Maritime Situational Awareness Roeland Scheepens Prof dr Jack van Wijk dr Huub van de Wetering TU e November 23 2015 334 Scenario based Run time Adaptive Multi Processor System on Chip Wei Quan Prof dr ir C T A M de Laat UvA September 17 2015 333 Interactive Visualization of Dynamic Multivariate Networks Stef van den Elzen prof dr ir J J van Wijk dr ir D H R Holten TU e November 18 2015 332 Depth Extraction Refinement And Confidence Estimation From Image Data Gorkem Saygili Prof dr ir M J T Reinders TU Delft June 17 2015 331 Dissimilarity Based Multiple Instance Learning Veronika Cheplygina Prof dr ir M J T Reinders TU Delft June 10 2015 330 User contribution in peer to peer communities Mihai Capota Prof dr ir D H J Epema TU Delft July 6 2015 329 Programming Many Cores on Multiple Levels of Abstraction Pieter Hijma Prof dr ir H E Bal VU June 9 2015 328 Visualization of Modular Structures in Biological Networks Kasper Dinkla Prof dr ir J J van Wijk TU e September 1 2015 327 Privacy and Cooperation in Peer to Peer Niels Zeilmaker Prof dr ir H J Sips TU Delft May 22 2015 326 Massivizing Networked Virtual Environments on Clouds Siqi Shen Prof dr ir D H J Epema and

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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    ASCI Winter School on Embedded Systems 2010 Cool MPSoC Design by Rainer Leupers The Next Decade in Compiler Technology by Marcel Beemster Data Parallel Array Programming in SAC by Clemens Grelck Programming Models for Multi Cores by Ana Lucia Varbanescu Paralell Applications for Multi Core Processors by Ana Lucia Varbanescu Programming Many Core Systems by Marco Bekooij Computational Models for Concurrent Streaming Applications by Twan Basten 4th ASCI Winter School

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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    Phone Fax optional PhD students of research schools ASCI DISC ImagO IPA OzsL and SIKS can take part of this course free of charge The course fee for other PhD students amounts to 500 The course fee for non PhD students amounts to 1200 Member I m select a membership status a member of ASCI a member of DISK a member of ImagO a member of IPA a member of

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  • Advanced School for Computing and Imaging
    fill in the complete baan code optional ASCI member Yes I m a ASCI PhD Student Yes I m a ASCI staff member No but I m a PhD student No Participates as PhD student Lecturer Other Duration of stay Entire week Authumn School only GNARP only I arrive the night before GNARP Yes No I join the social event The program for the social event is not known yet

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