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Pour l’obtention du grade de Docteur en Sciences de l’Ingénieur

A Portable Approach for Bidirectional Integration between a Logic and a
Statically-Typed Object-Oriented Programming Language

Lundi 8 septembre 2014 à 14h00 - Auditoire BARB 94

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by Antoine Cailliau, Research Assistant INGI, under the supervision of Professor Axel van Lamsweerde. This paper will be presented next august in Sweden at 22nd IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (http://webhotel.bth.se/re14/).
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The 9th edition of the ACP Summer School will be held in Bologna, from June 16 to June 20.
This year topic is "Practical Constraint Programming" and the school is meant for CP researchers and practitioners with an academic or industrial background, interested in using Constraint Programming and Hybrid Methods to tackle real world optimization problems. The event is co-organized with the CEUR Foundation.
                                                                                                                                                                                   
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Paradigms of Computer Programming is a new online course offered by UCL in the edX consortium. The course will be taught by Professor Peter Van Roy starting in Feb. 2014. The course covers functional, object-oriented, and declarative dataflow programming in a unified framework. More than 15,000 students worldwide have already registered for the course by early Jan. 2014
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Imaginez un sumo, prêt à se faire éjecter de l’écran par un compère tout aussi dodu… Il s’agit d’un jeu, sous forme d’application mobile, imaginé et créé par des étudiants en Bac3 de l’UCL. 
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Etudiante devant son PC
L’UCL est la première université belge à intégrer le réseau edX (education X), plateforme destinée à héberger les cours en ligne d’universités parmi les plus prestigieuses au monde (Harvard, Berkeley, MIT, etc.).
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According to [the USA Bureau of Labor Statistics] BLS, 62% of the growth in jobs in science-related fields will be in computer science. That's more than 750,000 new jobs, and a total of more than 1,350,000 job openings.
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