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NII International advanced lectures series on ICT



November, 2013 Prof. Yann-Gaël Guéhéneuc (École Polytechnique de Montréal)
Theme: Some Theory and Practice on Patterns
November, 2013 Prof. Edgar R. Weippl (SBA Research and Vienna University of Technology)
Theme: Recent Trends in Cyber Security
November, 2013 Prof. Steven L. Tanimoto (University of Washington)
Theme: Technology for Collaborative Problem Solving
November, 2013 Prof. Frederic Loulergue (University of Orleans)
Theme: Systematic Development of Correct Programs for Parallel and Cloud Computing
November, 2013 Prof. Robert A. Kowalski (Imperial College London)
Theme: Computational Logic and Human Thinking
October, 2013Assoc. Prof. Henri Casanova (University of Hawaii)
Theme: Scheduling and Simulating Distributed Applications
March, 2013Assoc. Prof. Morgan Magnin (École Centrale de Nantes)
Theme: Computational approaches to analyze complex dynamic systems: model-checking and its applications
February, 2013 Prof. Edgar R. Weippl (SBA Research and Vienna University of Technology)
Theme: Recent Trends in Cyber Security
February, 2013 Dr. Randy Goebel, Professor (University of Alberta, Canada)
Theme: Do the emerging tools for managing big data fit with the founding principles of Artificial Intelligence: ideas on the integration of the advice taker, structured inference, reasoning with incomplete information, and building multi-scale models from data
November, 2012 Prof.Gladimir V. G. Baranoski (Natural Phenomena Simulation Group, University of Waterloo, Canada)
Theme: On the Development of Predictive Models of Light Interaction with Organic and Inorganic Materials
March, 2012 Prof. Stefan Rüger (Knowledge Media Institute,The Open University)
Theme: Multimedia Information Retrieval
January, 2012 Prof. Jean Bézivin (Universities of Nantes)
Theme: Principles and Applications of Model Driven Engineering
December, 2011 Prof. Ali Mili (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Theme: Analyzing Functional and Non Functional Attributes of Software Artifacts
December, 2011 Prof. Thomas Ågotnes (University of Bergen)
Theme: Social Laws for Multi-Agent Systems: Logic and Games
October, 2011 Prof. Emeritus Neil D. Jones (University of Copenhagen)
Theme: Programming and Program Transformation
September, 2011 Prof. Cristian Borcea (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Theme: Mobile Computing: State-of-the-Art and Future Trends
January, 2011 Prof. Fang Chen (NICTA, Australia)
Theme: Multimodal Cognitive Load Measurement and its Applications
December, 2010 Prof. Nicolas P. Rougier (Grand Est Center in INRIA)
Theme: Visual Attention for Human Computer Interaction: Analysis and Model
October, 2010 Prof. Kun Yang (University of Essex)
Theme: Future Networks and Services
July, 2010 Prof. Andre Gagalowicz (INRIA, France)
Theme: Integrating computer vision and computer graphics for high fidelity 3D modeling
February, 2010 Prof. David Toman (University of Waterloo, Canada)
Theme: Fundamentals of Physical Design and Query Compilation
September, 2009 Assistant Prof. Luis Ceze (University of Washington)
Theme: Advances in Multiprocessor Programmability Using Coarse-Grain Execution
April, 2009 Prof. Christian Boitet (GETALP-LIG-UJF, Grenoble, France)
Theme: Machine Translation (MT) and Computer-Aided Translation (CAT)
March, 2009 Prof. Andrei Doncescu (University of Paul Sabatier, France)
Theme: Knowledge Representation and Reasoning for Systems Biology
March, 2009 Prof. Kun Yang (University of Essex, UK)
Theme: Wireless Networks and Pervasive Services Technologies: Fundamentals and Recent Advances
November, 2008 Prof. Vincent Oria (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Theme: Emerging Topics in Databases
September, 2008 Prof. Lawrence Snyder  (University of Washington)
Theme: Principles of Parallel Programming
June, 2008 Prof. Frank Y. Shih (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Theme: Image Processing and Pattern Recognition: Fundamentals and Applications
October, 2006 Prof. Michael Lindenbaum (Technion, Israel)
Theme: Analysis of Vision Algorithms
February, 2006 Prof. Leonidas Guibas (Computer Science Department, Stanford University)
Theme: Information Processing in Sensor Networks

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