INESC-ID Distinguished Lecture Series

The INESC-ID Distinguished Lecture Series is designed to bring to the institute outstanding scientists, academics or practitioners to share their vision, and present their groundbreaking work. The series aims to promote a regular sequence of high quality seminars in the core areas of the lab. Invited speakers cover a broad range of interests, activity profiles, and different stages of the professional career, being selected among those that have raised significantly above their peers in one or more aspects of their activity. One of the main goals of the Distinguished Lecture Series is to encourage the interaction and promote discussion and exchange of ideas between the invited speakers and lab researchers.

The INESC-ID Distinguished Lecture Series was started in September 2012, offering high quality seminars on a regular basis.

2014/15 Calendar

Coordinated by Inês Lynce

2014 October
Folk Theorems for Multi-Agent Systems
Prof. Michael Wooldridge, University of Oxford
2015 January
Privacy-Preserving Event Stream Processing in the Cloud
Prof. Pascal Felber, Université de Neuchâtel, Institut d'informatique
2015 June
More is different: how complex networks lead to new emergent social behavior
Prof. Jorge M. Pacheco, Universidade do Minho

2012/13 Calendar

Coordinated by Luís Rodrigues

2012 September
WhatsUp : a P2P instant news items recommender
Dr. Anne-Marie Kermarrec, INRIA Senior Researcher (Directrice de recherche), INRIA-Rennes, FRANCE
2012 October

Prof.Barbara Liskov, INESC-ID associates with DIFCTUNL DLS
2012 November
Control of solar thermal plants
Prof. Eduardo F. Camacho, Dpto. Ingeniería de Sistemas y Automática. Escuela Superior de Ingenieros. Sevilla, Spain.
2012 December
Cyber-physical MPSoC Systems: Future Multi-Core Architectures for reliable Mobility & Technologies
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Juergen Becker, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - KIT. Dept. Electrical Engineering & Information Technology. Institute for Information Processing - ITIV. Karlsruhe, Germany.
2013 January
Design reliable electronics in an unreliable world
Prof. Georges Gielen, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
2013 February
Symbiotic Autonomy: Robots, Humans, and the Web
Prof. Manuela Veloso, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
2013 March
Model Checking and the Curse of Dimensionality
Prof. Edmund M. Clarke, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
2013 April
The Multicore Revolution
Prof. Maurice Herlihy, Brown University, USA
2013 May
An integrated view on future information and communication networks and services.
Prof. Daniel Kofman, Telecom ParisTech (ENST), France
2013 June
Spoken Dialogue Systems: Progress and Challenges
Prof. Steve Young, University of Cambridge, UK