Seminars

INGI Lunchtime Seminars take place about twice a month, and they address various topics related to computing sciences. They are open to everyone, including non-UCL members. No registration is required to attend the seminars: come and have a seat! Sandwiches and drinks are usually provided.  

An announcement is sent one week before the seminar to the mailing list seminar-ingi@listes.uclouvain.be, which includes (but not limited to) all the ICTEAM members. A reminder is sent the day of the seminar to the INGI members only (communaute-ingi@listes.uclouvain.be).

If you are not an ICTEAM member but wish to receive the seminar announcements, please send an email to sympa2@listes.uclouvain.be. The subject line should be "subscribe seminar-ingi yourfirstname yourlastname" 


Actualités
 
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Design of declarative tools for Sequential pattern mining by John Aoga, UCLouvain
 
 
 
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SMAPP : Towards Smart Multipath TCP-enabled APPlications by Benjamin Hesmans (UCLouvain)
 
 
 
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The Curious Case of Parallel Connections in HTTP/2 by Jawad Manzoor, UCLouvain.
 
 
 
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NixOS: The Purely Functional Linux Distribution by Guillaume Maudoux, UCLouvain
 
 
 
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Scalable Constraint-based Virtual Data Center Allocation.
 
 
 
Building Distributed Systems for High-Stress Environments using Reversibility and Phase-Awareness by Ruma Paul, UCLouvain
 
 
 
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What about Multipath TCP on Smartphones? Analysis and Improvements
 
 
 
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My Favorite True Stories: Applications of Static Analyses in Maintenance Tasks of Data-Intensive Systems by Csaba Nagy - University of Szeged, Hungary
 
 
 
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Task-oriented Grasping of Novel Objects, by Renaud Detry, senior researcher at the University of Liège, Belgium (Systems and Modeling Group)
 
 
 
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Advances in pattern mining, by Siegfried Nijssen, assistant professor at Leiden University (NL)
 
 
 
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Multiscale visual analytics - The solution to understand big data by Pr.Alexandru Telea from University of Groningen, the Netherlands
 
 
 
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Medical Search : Approach, Developments and Ethical Questions by Pascal Francq, UCL
 
 
 
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Constraint-based mining using constraint solving by Tias Guns - KULeuven 
 
 
 
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Tout ce que vous avez toujours voulu savoir sans oser le demander sur les expressions booléennes (à trois variables) par Baudouin Le Charlier, professeur ordinaire émérite UCL
 
 
 
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Parallel Search and Constraint Programming by Jean-Charles Régin, professor at the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis.
 
 
| 28/05/2014 |