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22nd FRUCT

15.05 - 18.05

AMICT'2018

16.05 - 18.05

XIV School-seminar "Problems of complex systems' optimization"

30.07 - 10.08

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Please note that due to some organization issues we had to relocate the 22nd FRUCT conference. The new conference place and time are Jyvaskyla (Finland) on May 15-18, 2018. Looking forward to see you in Jyvaskyla!
22.01.2018 09:15–10:00 HIIT seminar Exactum D123, Kumpula Mikko Koivisto, Associate Professor of Computer Science, University of Helsinki Confident Bayesian Learning of Graphical Models
05.02.2018 09:15–10:00 HIIT seminar Exactum D123, Kumpula Ville Mustonen, Professor of Computer Science, University of Helsinki Studying mutational processes in cancer
Proceedings of the 19th FRUCT conference are now included to ACM DL indexing.
Time: Fri 2018-01-26 13.00 Location: Sal Albert Danielsson, Lindstedtsvägen 30, KTH Type of event: Licentiate seminars
Time: Fri 2018-01-26 13.00 Location: Sal Albert Danielsson, Lindstedtsvägen 30, KTH Type of event: Licentiate seminars
The title of thesis is “Challenges in measuring winter precipitation: Advances in combining microwave remote sensing and surface observations”
Aalto University celebrates its tenured professors with popular lectures by the new tenure track professors of Associate or Full level. Welcome to hear about Aalto University’s research! Lecturers and topics: “Form Matters and Why Form matters in fat-free Design”Günther H. Filz School of Engineering Department of Civil Engineering School of Arts, Design and Architecture Department of Architecture
The COLUMBUS project is pleased to announce that the final COLUMBUS International Blue Society Knowledge Transfer Conference will be held in Brussels on 24 January 2018 (10am-5pm). Partners, collaborators and interested parties are invited to join to discover and celebrate the COLUMBUS Knowledge Transfer methodology and its activities.
Many have experienced it first hand or lost a loved one because of a heart attack. Cardio-vascular diseases are one of the biggest threats to public health in Europe. Every year, across the European Union, more than 4 million people lose their lives due to heart failure. In response to these hideous statistics, the EU has granted EURO SHOCK € 6.5 million to test a new treatment procedure.

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