Seminari anno 2013


Prof. Sara Eriksén, School of Computing , Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden
    "Challenges to transforming healthcare delivery with innovative technologies - opening up a dialogue about different objects of design in the area of applied health technology" (slides)
13 dicembre 2013

Prof. Hugues Bersini, IRIDIA, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Bruxelles, Belgium
    "Data, Text and Graph Mining at IRIDIA"
    "Bioinformatics at IRIDIA"
9 dicembre 2013

Dr. Yvonne Dittrich, Software Development Group - IT-University of Copenhagen, Denmark
    "Ethnographic Methods in Empirical Software Engineering Research" (slides)
22 e 25 novembre 2013

Dr. Hans-Christian Jetter, Intel ICRI Cities, University College London, London (UK)
    "Going Post-WIMP: Interaction design between Hotel Search, Nanophotonics and Urban Observatories", Slides
14 Ottobe 2013

Prof. Paolo Prinetto, Dipartimento di Automatica e Informatica, Politecnico di Torino, Torino
    "Metodologie di progetto di sistemi digitali: Stato dell’arte e prospettive"
1 Ottobe 2013

Prof. David F. Redmiles, Department of Informatics, University of California, Irvine (USA)
    "Awareness, Trust, and Software Tool Support in Distance Collaborations"
4 Settembre 2013

Dr. Mehul Bhatt, Cognitive Systems (CoSy), and Spatial Cognition Research Center (SFB/TR 8), University of Bremen (Germany)
    "Cognitive Computing For Assistive Technologies: The Case of Commonsense, Space, and Change"
3 Maggio 2013

Prof. Macario Polo Usaola, Departamento de Tecnologías y Sistemas de Información, Escuela Superior de Informática / Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (Spain)
    "Fault detection with mutation testing"
24 Aprile 2013
Abstract. Mutation testing is a very powerful testing technique that, traditionally, has been applied by researchers and with research purposes. Testing systems with mutation involves three very costly steps (mutant generation, test case execution and result analysis). These high costs have been the main obstacle for the adoption of mutation in industry. Thanks to the efforts made in the last years, researchers have got a number of techniques to make mutation testing cheaper and, thus, nowadays it can be used at industrial level. This talk introduces the main concepts of mutation, makes an overview of some cost-reduction techniques and will give a brief description of Bacterio, a tool developed at the University of Castilla-La Mancha for mutation testing of Java programs at industrial level.

Prof. Fabrizio Riguzzi, Dipartimento di Ingegneria, Università di Ferrara
    "Probabilistic Logics"
27 Marzo 2013

Prof. Sabrina Marczak, Computer Science School, PUCRS University, Porto Alegre (Brazil)
    "Requirements-driven Collaboration: A framework and patterns from a case study"
6 Febbraio 2013

Seminari anno 2012


Prof. Paolo Bottoni, Sapienza Università di Roma
    "Verso una nozione formale di Pattern di interazione".
16 Novembre 2012

Prof. Margaret-Anne Storey, University of Victoria (Canada)
    "The Evolution of the Social Programmer".
11 Ottobre 2012

Prof. Evaggelia Pitoura , University of Ioannina (Greece)
    "Diversifying query results and answering historical queries on large graphs".
4 Ottobre 2012

Prof. Gustavo Carneiro, University of Adelaide (Australia)
    "Automatic Reasoning under Uncertainty for Visual Object Recognition and Classification".
3 Ottobre 2012

Prof. Attilio Giordana, Università del Piemonte Orientale
    "Il Machine Learning bussa all’uscio".
21 Settembre 2012

Prof. Lorenza Saitta, Università del Piemonte Orientale
    "L’astrazione nell’apprendimento automatico".
20 Settembre 2012

Prof. Carlo Batini, DISCo, Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca
    "Information value.
6 Luglio 2012

Abstract. L’informazione è oggetto di un vastissimo insieme di studi e modelli, in discipline che vanno dall’ informatica, alla scienza della comunicazione e  le telecomunicazioni. Eppure, è ancora poco esplorato il tema del suo valore. Il valore della informazione, peraltro, può essere analizzato da diversi punti di vista, come valore sociale, economico, epistemico, e altro.  Negli anni 80 del secolo scorso sono stati proposti diversi modelli descrittivi del valore della informazione, soprattutto economico, ed è stata investigata la relazione tra valore della informazione e tecnologie della informazione. Nel seminario si descrive una ricerca in cui è proposto un nuovo modello del valore della informazione, che è stato applicato ai processi di business di una azienda di produzione di mobili.

Prof. Christos Papatheodorou, Dept. of Archives and Library Sciences, Ionian University, Corfu (Greece)
    "Ontology-based Integration of Cultural Heritage Metadata ".
10 Febbraio 2012

Seminari anno 2011


Prof. Tore Dybå, SINTEF ICT and University of Oslo (Norway)
    "Impact and future of empirical studies".
18 Ottobre 2011

Dr. Daniela S. Cruzes, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway
    "Research Synthesis".
19 Ottobre 2011

Prof. Giuliano Armano , Dipartimento di Ingegneria Elettrica ed Elettronica, Università di Cagliari
    "Probabilistic Modelling of Progressive Filtering ".
22 Febbraio 2011

Prof. Marenglen Biba, Department of Computer Science, University of New York Tirana, Tirana (Albania)
    "Learning structure and schemas from heterogeneous domains in networked systems: state-of-the-art and challenges".
22 Febbraio 2011

Prof. Marenglen Biba, Department of Computer Science, University of New York Tirana, Tirana (Albania)
    "Dealing with complex noisy worlds with Markov Logic Networks ".
17 Febbraio 2011

Seminari anno 2010


Dr. Eric Paquet, National Research Council, Ottawa, Canada
    "Multimedia Data Mining for Images and Three-Dimensional Objects: Applications to Cultural Heritage and Structural Proteomics ".
    Articolo 1, Articolo 2
22 Luglio 2010

Dr. Josè Maria Alonso, European Center on Soft Computing, Mieres, Spain
30 Giugno 2010

Dr. Josè Maria Alonso, European Center on Soft Computing, Mieres, Spain
    "Solving real-world problems". Slides
30 Giugno 2010

Prof. Eneko Agirre, IXA Research Group - Computer Science Department, University of Basque Country, Spain
    "Semantic processing of text, focusing on Word Sense Disambiguation and Semantic Similarity". Slides1, slides2, slides3, slides4
17-24 Giugno 2010

Prof. Dennis Smith, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
    "New Approaches for Software Development: Potentials and Pitfalls".
26 Marzo 201

Dipl.-Inform Thomas Scharrenbach, Swiss Federal Institute fro Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL, Switzerland
    "Open and Intuitive Search on Heterogeneous Data: Designing a Bilingual Eco-Ontology". Slides
8 Marzo 2010
Dipl.-Inform Thomas Scharrenbach, Swiss Federal Institute fro Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL, Switzerland
    "A Default Perspective on OWL: How to Keep Your Knowledge Consistent". Slides
9 Marzo 2010

Dipl.-Inform Thomas Scharrenbach, Swiss Federal Institute fro Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL, Switzerland
    "Closing Open Worlds: Implementing the Region Connection Calculus using OWL-DL". Slides
10 Marzo 2010

Seminari a.a. 2004/2005

Anton Batliner, University of Erlangen
    "Some Statements on the Automatic Classification of Emotion in Speech". Slides
 Giugno 2005

Prof.ssa Daniela Damian, Department of Computer Science, University of Victoria, BC, Canada
    "Research in Collaborative Software Development".
15 Giugno 2005

Catherine Plaisant, Associate Research Scientist and Associate Director, Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory, University of Maryland
    "Sonification of Geo-referenced Statistical Data for Blind User". Slides
13 Aprile 2005

Peter Flach, Department of Computer Science, University of Bristol
    "Introduction to multi-relational data mining". Slides
    "Bayesian classification of structured data". Slides
    "Rule discovery with Tertius". Slides
    "Kernels and distances for structured data". Slides
21-24 Marzo 2005

Michelle Sebag, CNRS, Director of research head of Inference and Learning group, Laboratory of Computer Science, Universite Paris-Sud
    "Genetic Algorithms". Slides
    "Area Under the ROC Curve (AUC) and Feature Selection". Slides
9-10 Marzo 2005

Prof. Witold Pedrycz, Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada & Systems Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
    "Logic Neural Networks as a Framework for User-Centric Computing". Slides n° 1, Slides n° 2
7 Marzo 2005

Prof. Pierre N. Robillard, Department of Informatics Engineering, Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal
    "The essence of software process". Slides
    "Studies of software technical review meetings". Slides
23 Febbraio 2005, 2 Marzo 2005

Prof. Piero Mussio, DICO - Università di Milano
    "Progetto e specifica di sistemi software interattivi". Slides n° 1, Slides n° 2
27-28 Gennaio 2005
Torna suTorna su

Seminari a.a. 2003/2004

Prof Keith Bennett, School of Engineering, University of Durham
    "Software evolution and the future for flexible software". Slides n° 1, Slides n° 2
28 Giugno 2004
Prof. Erkki Sutinen, Department of Computer Science, University of Joensuu - Finland
    "An introduction to projects at the edtech research group of University of Joensuu, Dept. of Computer Science". Slides
    "Educational Technology as seen from a computer scientist's point of view: from challenges to chances". Slides
31 Maggio 2004, 1 Giugno 2004
Dr. Antonella De Angelis, HCI Lecturer, Department of Computation, UMIST (UK)
    "Progettazione e validazione di questionari". Slides
    "La ricerca sugli utenti in HCI". Slides
19-20 Maggio 2004
Dr. Cecile Paris, Research Leader, ICT Centre, CSIRO (Australia)
    "Task models and UML diagrams: their common semantic grounds". Slides
    "Producing end-user documentation". Slides
11-12 Maggio 2004
Prof. Carlo Ghezzi, Politecnico di Milano
    "Distributed components, middleware, and opportunities for optimization". Slides
16 Aprile 2004
Prof. Lionel Briand, Department of Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University
    "Testing Techniques for Object-oriented Software Systems". Slides
8 Aprile 2004
Dr. Barbara Kitchenham,
    "Evidence-Based Software Engineering".Slides
    "Lessons Learnt from 30 years of Cost Estimation".Slides
    "A Generic Risk-Based Software Bidding Model".Slides
    "Five Things I Hate About Empirical Software Engineering".Slides
Marzo 2004
Dr. Frank Maurer, Dept of Computer Science, University of Calgary
    "Agile Software Engineering". Slides
Ottobre 2003
Torna suTorna su

Seminari a.a. 2002/2003

Prof. A. Barjiela, University of Nottingham.
    "Granular computing: theory and applications". Slides n° 1, Slides n° 2, Slides n° 3
1-3 giugno 2003
Dr. Willi Klösgen, GMD
    "Sistemi e metodi di data mining".  Slides n° 1, Slides n° 2, Slides n° 3, Slides n° 4, Slides n° 5, Slides n° 6
26-30 maggio 2003
Dr. Johan Bos, Language Technology Group, University of Edinburgh
    "Spoken dialogue systems and computational semantics". Slides: Slides n° 1, Slides n° 2, Slides n° 3
20-22 maggio 2003

Torna suTorna su