Monthly Archives: February 2014

WT2.15 – University of Turin, Turyn, Włochy (UTUR)

Task Leader: Halina Kwaśnicka, halina.kwasnicka@pwr.wroc.pl UTUR Coordinator: Francesco Bergadano, fpb@di.unito.it Twining visits aim at reinforcing the ENGINE Centre potential in the following research areas: Symbolic concept learning system Issues in knowledge representation for ML Genetic Algorithms as a parallel searcher How symbolic knowledge, generated with classical ML approaches, can be

WT6.6 – Publications and promotion

Task Leader: Bartłomiej Dzieńkowski, bartlomiej.dzienkowski@pwr.wroc.pl Popular science publications will be addressed to various groups of the non-scientific environment. Our scientific publication related to the Project will include appropriate acknowledgments. A special care will be taken to inform the national and regional media (newspapers, radio, TV, news websites) about all the

WT4.6 – Vacancy – Compound Pattern Recognition Researcher

Task Leader: Michał Woźniak, michal.wozniak@pwr.wroc.pl New researcher employment details: Researcher : Vacancy Position: Compound Pattern Recognition Researcher ENGINE research areas: A1, A8, B1-B6 Duration: 12M Researcher’s profile: The researcher should be an expert in the following research areas: machine learning, especially methods dedicated combined classifiers and classifiers which are able

WT3.14 – Enhancing knowledge exchange and ENGINE Centre staff expertise, through participation in the international workshops and conferences

Task Leader: Elżbieta Kukla, elzbieta.kukla@pwr.wroc.plENGINE research areas: A1-A8,B1-B6 Duration: Duration depends on the event from 2 to 5 days Terms and conditions related to conference trips financed by the Engine project (in Polish, docx) attachments: document templates (in Polish, zip) This task includes participation of the staff members in the

WT2.16 – Trinity College Dublin, Distributed Systems Group, Dublin, Ireland (TCD)

Task Leader: Radosław Michalski, radoslaw.michalski@pwr.wroc.plTCD Coordinator: prof. Siobhán Clarke, Siobhan.Clarke@scss.tcd.ie Twining visits aim at reinforcing the ENGINE Centre potential in the following research areas: Analysis and modelling of sensor networks Mobile computing Optimization of usage and delivery of networked urban resources to improve quality of life and sustainability of cities

WT6.5 – Establishment of the new Research and Industrial Cooperation Office

Task Leader: Piotr Bródka, piotr.brodka@pwr.wroc.plResearch and Industrial Cooperation Office (RICO) will be a significant milestone of the ENGINE Project enhancing the capacity of the Centre in the following fields: fostering the cooperation with industry, knowledge transfer, supporting the innovation development, intellectual property rights, potential applications to FP7/Horizon 2020 and other

WT4.7 – Vacancy – Human-Computer Interaction Researcher

Task Leader: Janusz Sobecki, janusz.sobecki@pwr.wroc.pl THIS JOB OFFER IS UNAVAILABLE. New researcher employment details: Researcher : Vacancy Position: Human-Computer Interaction Researcher ENGINE research areas: A5, A4, B1-B6 Duration: 24M Researcher’s profile: The researcher should be an expert in conducting various types of usability testing, especially using different types of gaze

WT2.1 – Kings College London, Department of Informatics, London, UK (KCL)

Task Leader: Piotr Bródka piotr.brodka@pwr.wroc.plKCL Coordinator: Katarzyna Musiał, katarzyna.musial@kcl.ac.ukTwining visits aim at reinforcing the ENGINE Centre potential in the following research areas: Modelling of social networks dynamics, including analysis of temporal social networks, development of new measures for network evolution Analysis of medical, biological, chemical network data – comparative studies

WT2.17 – The Informatics & Telematics Institute, Thessaloniki, Greece (ITI)

Task Leader: Jerzy Sas, jerzy.sas@pwr.wroc.plITI Coordinator: Ioannis (Yiannis) Kompatsiaris, ikom@iti.gr 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

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