Monthly Archives: February 2014

WT6.2 – Workshops ‘Smart patenting – how to protect, not to confine’

Task leader: Radosław Michalski, radoslaw.michalski@pwr.wroc.plThematic area: Patenting, protecting and managing intellectual property and know-how.Duration: 2 daysEstimated no. of participants: 50 – ENGINE Centre research staff, representatives of industry, private and public sector, local authorities, R&D units, external organizations involved in research and innovationsNo. of events: 2 This work task aims

WT3.2 – The 9th International Conference on Computer Recognition Systems CORES 2015

Task Leader: Robert Burduk, robert.burduk@pwr.wroc.plENGINE research areas: A1, A3, A4, A5, A6, A8, B1-B6 Duration: 3 day Estimated no. of participants: 80 The CORES Conference aims to bring together researches and to provide an international forum for sharing, exchange, presentation and discussion of the original research results in both methodological

WT2.4 – Delft University of Technology, Deft, The Netherlands(DUT)

Task Leader: Bartosz Krawczyk, bartosz.krawczyk@pwr.wroc.plDUT Coordinator: David Tax, D.M.J.Tax@tudelft.nl Twining visits aim at reinforcing the ENGINE Centre potential in the following research areas: Machine learning methods; Pattern recognition; Machine vision and biomedical image understanding; One-class classification; Combining classifiers; Application of intelligent systems in medicine and life sciences; Collaboration between the

WT2.18b – University of Granada, Spain (UG)

Task Leader: Michał Woźniak, michal.wozniak@pwr.edu.plUG Coordinator: Francisco Herrera, herrera@decsai.ugr.es Twining visits aim at reinforcing the ENGINE Centre potential in the following research areas: Development methods of image retrieval Semantic multimedia analysis Automatic image annotations using knowledge structures and reasoning The valuable aspects of the cooperation will be: Acquiring knowledge from

WT6.1 – Increasing ENGINE visibility through Web 2.0

Task Leaders: Łukasz Augustyniak lukasz.augustyniak@pwr.wroc.pl, Włodzimierz Tuligłowicz wlodzimierz.tuliglowicz@pwr.wroc.pl Launching and maintaining the ENGINE Centre website. It will be launched in the 3rd month of the project and it will be gradually updated and upgraded during the project. Furthermore, the website will be used as a platform for general promotional activities.

WT2.5 – Politecnico di Milano, Department of Electronics and Information, Mediolan, Italy (PMIL)

Task Leader: Krzysztof Walkowiak, krzystof.walkowiak@pwr.wroc.plPMIL Coordinator: Massimo Tornatore, tornator@elet.polimi.it Twining visits aim at reinforcing the ENGINE Centre potential in the following research areas: Modelling and optimization of optical networks in the context of content oriented networking. Application of optical technologies for energy consumption reduction. Development of survivability mechanisms for content

WT2.18c – University of Birmingham, UK (UBi)

Task Leader: Michał Woźniak, michal.wozniak@pwr.edu.plUBi Coordinator: Xin Yao, x.yao@cs.bham.ac.uk Twining visits aim at reinforcing the ENGINE Centre potential in the following research areas: Ensemble learning Evolutionary algorithms Computational intelligence The valuable aspects of the cooperation will be: Acquiring knowledge from the experienced partner on how to offer and incorporate innovative

WT5.1 – Establishment of a New Complex Networks and Massive Data Analysis Laboratory

Task Leader: Radosław Michalski, radoslaw.michalski@pwr.edu.pl This new central laboratory will be integrated (via efficient network connections) with other laboratories within and outside ENGINE. The main purpose of this laboratory is to provide advanced and powerful computing resources (8-12 efficient blade servers) for complex analyses, simulation and modelling research projects performed in

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