Programming for Evolutionary Biology Conference 2016 plenary sessions:
8.9.2016, 10:00 h — Studying the adaptive and demographic histories of natural populations using population genetics.
By dr Stefan Laurent, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
9.9.2016, 09:00 h — Genomic signatures of introgression following secondary contact between Japanese stickleback species.
By dr Mark Ravinet,
10.9.2016, 09 h — Archaeogenomics of the Neolithic Near East.
By dr Mehmet Somel, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey.
Sessions will be held at http://ukpalilula.rs/kontakt
Interested colleagues should apply before sessions by e-mail:
We invite you to take part in the section "Computer simulations in materials science" organized jointly with the Ural Federal University in the framework of the Fifth National Supercomputer Forum (NSСF-2016).
Forum will be held at the Program Systems Institute of RAS (Pereslavl)from 29 November to 2 December 2016.
The section's goal is to discuss the current state and new scientific advances in materials science, as well as the features of the software and hardware required for computer modeling of materials, their properties and technology of obtaining. Particular attention will be paid to the solution of problems of modeling using supercomputers.
Jobs section will allow listeners to learn about the latest achievements in the current research, and also to identify the problem and try to identify ways to address them.
Chairman: Dr., Professor Dmitry V. Alexandrov
Abstracts can be submitted until 17:00 October 7th
For registration of participation and uploading abstracts please refer to the representative of the organizing committee: Ivan Grigorevskiy
NSCF's leaflet is available
We are waiting for you and your colleagues on NSCF 2016!
We are pleased to announce that the deadlines for registration and application for financial support of the MAGT 2016 have been extended!
Updated timeline is the following:
July 10, 2016 - deadline for financial support application;
By July 15, 2016 - notification of successful applicants;
August 1, 2016 - deadline for contributed talks and posters abstracts submission;
End of August - acceptance decisions about contributed talks and posters;
August 15, 2016 - deadline for online registration.
We point out that, due to time needed for reviewing and printing, the deadline for abstracts submission remained August, 1. So if you plan to deliver a contributed talk or present a poster, please register yourself and send an abstract before August, 1.
The list of registered participants will soon appear on our web site.
Please follow updates at http://magt.karazin.ua/
The main purpose of the International Conference BelBI 2016 is to illuminate different aspects of bioinformation systems, from theoretical approaches to modeling different phenomena in life sciences, to information technologies necessary for analysis and understanding huge amount of data generated, to application of computer science and informatics in the domain of precision medicine, finding new remedies against debilitating diseases (like cancer and neurodegeneration) and drug development.
The University of Belgrade cordially invites international students and academics to attend the Livestream Lecture at the University of Belgrade: “From Einstein's prediction to Gravitational Waves observation: a new window on the Universe”
The University of Belgrade is proud to host a lecture by Professor Federico Ferrini, Director at European Gravitational Observatory – EGO. Professor Ferrini will give lecture on recent groundbreaking discovery of gravitational waves, one of the most important finds of the 21st century.
The lecture will take place on Wednesday, April 13th, 2016, at 13h.
A livestream of the lecture will be available at the following link:
We are happy to announce that our distinguished guest from NASA/JPL Institute, Nagin Cox, is going to give a lecture: ”Dare to Do Mighty Things: Journey to Mars”.
Since the beginning of time, people have been entranced by the night sky and by our nearest planetary neighbor - Mars. Come hear the stories of NASA’s “Journey to Mars” from the early rovers to our newest rover on Mars - the Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover. Curiosity landed on Mars spectacularly in August 2012 and has made astounding discoveries already. Robotic exploration is the first step in the longer term vision of international exploration of Mars by humans. Our exploration of Mars symbolizes all that humankind can do when we work together as a team.
Date and time: Monday, 4th April 2016. 15:00 h Place: RGF, room #733, IV floor, Studentski trg 16
Department of Astronomy, Faculty of Mathematics, University of Belgrade
"GPU Computing", a special session at the 20th Jubilee IEEEInternational Conference on Intelligent Engineering Systems(LINDI2016), will be held at the Hotel Aquaworld Resort in Budapest, Hungary in June 30 to July 2, 2016.
The submission process of the conference is peer-reviewed, and the proceedings will be indexed in Scopus and the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
The list of already-registered papers:
Balázs Jákó: Hardware-Accelerated Ray Tracing in PowerVR GPUs
András Wirth, István Kiss, Balázs Kőszegi, Gábor Hesz: OpenCL and CUDA implementations of a Monte Carlo particle transport based SPECT reconstruction
Sándor Szénási, Imre Felde: Heat Transfer Simulation in GPUs
András Kovács, Fanni Molnár: 360 degree image stitching with GPU support
István Reguly: Sustainable and high performance scientific programming for heterogeneous architectures
Jeffrey Kelling, Geza Odor, Sibylle Gemming: Bit-Vectorized GPU
Implementation of a Stochastic Cellular Automaton Model for Surface Growth Gabor Kertesz, Zoltan Vamossy: Parallelization Methods of the Calculation of Image Projections
Tamás Varga, Sándor Szénási: Development and Implementation of Linked List Providing Data Parallel Access with GPGPU
The conference deadline for full paper submission is April 4; however, participants of this new special session have an extended deadline of April 25.
If you are interested, please contact me to join the “GPU Computing” session.
See you in Budapest!
Sándor Szénási, Ph.D.
Associate Professor/Head of GPU Education Center John von Neumann Faculty of Informatics Óbuda University,
NVIDIA GPU Education Center (a.k.a. the CUDA Teaching Center) of Óbuda University
ENSAI - National School for Statistics and Information opens the recruitment for Master of Science in Big Data program.
The demand for skills in the field of high-dimensional data processing, otherwise known as Big Data, is increasing dramatically worldwide, yet academic programs for this are still quite rare. The Master of Science in Big Data offered by ENSAI meets the very important need among corporations and organizations... M.Sc. Big Data (http://www.mastersportal.eu/studies/67273/big-data.html)
The Master of Science in Big Data offered by ENSAI meets the very important need among corporations and organizations of all kinds for graduate-level training nearly non-existent in academic offerings on the French, European, and even international scale.
Cybercriminals are becoming more sophisticated and collaborative with every coming year. According to the latest research, companies will spend at least 50% of the IT budget for the improvement of the corporate network security and malware protection systems. Adequate backup solution is necessary for full data protection, too.
The sophisticated IT security system is very important for known and new concepts like cloud, MDM (Mobile Device Management), IoT (Internet of Things), BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) etc.
Next meeting: Tuesday, 23rd February 2016.
Place: 301f Mathematical Institute of SASA
Lecturer: Ilija Antović, Faculty of Organisational Sciences
Lecture: AUTOMATIC USER INTERFACE GENERATION BASED ON USE CASES – THE SILABUI APPROACH
Abstract: The design and implementation of user interfaces are two of the most effort and time consuming activities of the software development process. The lecture will address the automation of the process of designing and implementing user interfaces. The automation is based on the identified connections between software requirements, particularly use cases, and the resulting user interface of the application, taking into account the characteristics of the targeted implementation technologies and application types. We will also discuss the principles and characteristics which should be an integral part of the tool for automation of user interfaces development, that are all implemented in SilabUI approach.
Keywords: user interface, requirements engineering, use case, code generator, meta-model, user interface template, business applications, user interface generator
Seminar on Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, SASA