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Microsoft College Coding Competition
(2018-03-27)


Charlista: 
Equipo de representantes de Microsoft
Fecha: 
4 Abril, 2018 - 15:00
Sala: 
Auditorio Ramón Picarte DCC (3er. piso edificio norte)
Organización: 
Comunicaciones DCC

 

Pueden participar de 1 a 3 personas por equipo y usar el lenguaje de programación de su preferencia. ¡Tendremos premios para cada miembro del equipo ganador!

 

Además, conocerás cómo es trabajar en Microsoft y las increíbles oportunidades de pasantía (Internship) y tiempo completo que tenemos para ti.

 

¡No olvides traer tu computadora y cargador!

 




Microsoft Tech Talk + Sesión de Reclutamiento
(2018-03-27)


Charlista: 
Equipo de representantes de Microsoft
Fecha: 
4 Abril, 2018 - 12:00
Sala: 
Auditorio Ramón Picarte DCC (3er. piso edificio norte)
Organización: 
Comunicaciones DCC

 




Workshop sobre Programación Certificada y Teoría de Tipos
(2018-03-06)


Charlista: 
Nicolas Tabareau, Matthieu Sozeau, Pierre-Marie Pédrot, Guillaume Munch y Beta Ziliani
Fecha: 
6 Marzo, 2018 - 14:30
Sala: 
Auditorio Ramón Picarte (3er piso norte)
Organización: 
Prof. Éric Tanter.



Charla: “Enumeration Complexity of Conjunctive Queries with Functional Dependencies”
(2018-03-02)


Charlista: 
Nofar Carmeli (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology)
Fecha: 
7 Marzo, 2018 - 10:00
Sala: 
Sala Philippe Flajolet (piso 3 edif. poniente, Beauchef 851)
Organización: 
Prof. Pablo Barceló, académico DCC



Charla: “Sistemas interactivos para poblaciones vulnerables”
(2018-01-19)


Charlista: 
Raymundo Cornejo (CONACYT, México)
Fecha: 
23 Enero, 2018 - 12:00
Sala: 
Auditorio Philipe Flajolet (3er. Piso edificio poniente)
Organización: 
Prof. Sergio Ochoa, académico DCC

 

Resumen:

En esta charla se presentará un  conjunto proyectos enfocados a poblaciones que se consideran vulnerables. Durante la presentación se presentará el diseño de distintos prototipos interactivos, así como sus resultados inmediatos en estas poblaciones. Los prototipos se enfocan en adultos mayores, adultos mayores con discapacidad, y niños con discapacidad.

 

 




Charla: Dynamically Composing Collection Operations through Collection Promises
(2018-01-09)


Charlista: 
Juan Pablo Sandoval, Universidad Mayor de San Simón
Fecha: 
12 Enero, 2018 - 11:00
Sala: 
Sala Grace Hopper Sala 307, Edificio Poniente
Organización: 
Prof. Alexandre Bergel
Bio: 

Juan Pablo received the PhD degree in computer science from the University of Chile, in 2016. Juan Pablo also was a research fellow at University of Stuttgart, Germany.  Afterwards, he worked as a post-doctoral researcher at Lam Research, California.  Since August 2017, he is part-time professor at "Universidad Mayor de San Simon" and leads a research group at TRUEXTEND (a bolivian company). Juan Pablo co-authored numerous articles, published in international and peer reviewed scientific forums; he also founded SemanTICs S.R.L, a company that offer specific tools for software development.

Abstract: Filtering, mapping and iterating collections are frequent operations. It is known that composing a number of these operations may create intermediate collections causing an additional and unnecessary overhead. To reduce the number of intermediate collections it is often necessary to rewrite the source code and combine the operations.  However, for some cases such reduction becomes aplicable only after a source code refactoring (i.e. when the collection operations are in different methods) which could introduce code duplication.




Tutorial: "Using Sentiment Analysis as a Case Study for Introducing Modern NLP Concepts"
(2018-01-09)


Charlista: 
Felipe Bravo (PhD, University of Waikato)
Fecha: 
12 Enero, 2018 - 11:30
Sala: 
Sala B05 (piso -1), Beauchef 851
Organización: 
Prof. Bárbara Poblete, académica DCC

 




Charla: "Markets and Fair Division of Goods"
(2017-12-27)


Charlista: 
Kurt Mehlhorn, MPI (director)
Fecha: 
5 Enero, 2018 - 12:00
Sala: 
DII, Sala I34, Piso 3 de República 779B
Organización: 
Jeremy Barbay

Abstract:




Charla “Process stories - Capturing, Representing and Analysing Process Context and Flexibility”
(2017-11-22)


Charlista: 
Pedro Antunes, Associate Professor, Victoria University of Wellington
Fecha: 
29 Noviembre, 2017 - 12:00
Sala: 
Auditorio Ramón Picarte, Piso 3, Edificio Norte
Organización: 
Prof. José A. Pino
Bio: 

PEDRO ANTUNES is Associate Professor at Victoria University of Wellington, School of Information Management. He has a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Technical University of Lisbon and Habilitation in Informatics Engineering from the University of Lisbon. Pedro’s research is mainly focused on human/organizational facets of decision support and business process management systems. Pedro has published articles in ACM Computing Surveys, Behavior and Information Technology, Information Systems Frontiers, IEEE Pervasive Computing, IEEE Transactions on System, Man, and Cybernetics, Journal of Systems and Software, Expert Systems With Applications, Group Decision and Negotiation, and other journals. Pedro is currently Associate Editor at IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems. 

Abstract: 




Charla: Structuring multimedia collections with links for media analytics
(2017-11-13)


Charlista: 
Guillaume Gravier, Inst. de Recherche en Informat. et Systémes Aléatoires, Rennes, Francia
Fecha: 
16 Noviembre, 2017 - 15:00
Sala: 
Auditorio Philippe Flajolet
Organización: 
Prof. Benjamín Bustos

Abstract: Media analytics refers to interactive exploration of multimedia collections to search for information and gain insight on a topic of interest. Exploring large-scale collections requires an organization of the collection in addition to the description of each item, the latter being mostly relevant for search but not for exploration. We investigate graph-based models of collection, focusing on the hyperlinking step in videos and in news collections. In this talk, I will review recent research activities on the topic in the Linkmedia team at Irisa, Rennes, France.

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