StepTalks2019: Engenharia de Software, Proteção de dados, Privacidade e Cybersegurança

Today, Portuguese and international companies based in Portugal/South Europe have demonstrated an ability to react, indicating a growing concern to adopt good International practices in software engineering, as a way to foster their capabilities for their sustained growth, higher competitiveness and internationalization, also complying with the latest European/international legislation on data privacy and protection thus […]

Prémio Incentivo 2019: Pedro Moás

Pedro Moás é um jovem portuense que frequenta o Mestrado Integrado em Engenharia Informática e Computação da Faculdade de Engenharia da U.Porto (FEUP). No ano letivo de 2017/18, terminou o seu primeiro ano de curso com a média final de 19,05 valores, facto que o levou a ser distinguido pela U.Porto com um Prémio Incentivo […]

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Using IEEE Software & System Engineering Standards to Support America’s Army Gaming Development

Lecture DEI Series Date: July 26th Time: 17:30 Room: I-105 Speaker: Susan K. “Kathy” Land Affiliation: Program Manager US Department of Defense Abstract Every organization faces their own unique challenges when developing software, none more so than America’s Army (www.americasarmy.com). Americab s Army (AA) is a computer game produced by the US Army to promote Army […]

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Reinventing computing for a data-driven world

Lecture DEI Series Date: July 26th Time: 16:15 Room: I-105 Speaker: DEJAN S. MILOJICIC Affiliation: Hewlett Packard Labs Abstract Data explosion is not coming it’s here, and it’s only getting bigger. The next stage of technology will need to accommodate unprecedented amounts of data driven by 100s of billions of devices and sensors that comprise the […]

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Dynamic Application Autotuning for Approximate Computing

“Lecture DEI Series Date: July 15th Time: 11:00 Room: Auditório B – INESCTEC Speaker: Cristina Silvano Affiliation: Dept. of Electronics, Information and Bioengineering, Politecnico di Milano, Italy Abstract Several classes of applications can expose at runtime a set of software knobs (including application parameters and code transformations) to trade-off the quality of the results and the […]

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