Category: Seminar

Computer Graphics in the Age of AI and Big Data

Richard (Hao) Zhang, Simon Fraser University – Abstract: Computer graphics is traditionally defined as a field which covers all aspects of computer-assisted image synthesis. An introductory class to graphics mainly teaches how to turn an explicit model description including geometric and photometric attributes into one…

Talk Kirk Bresniker Chief Architect and HPE Fellow/VP

, – Abstract: Title: Exaflops, Zettabytes and microseconds – Preparing to capitalize on simultaneous regime change in Computing Exascale supercomputers transforming science and industry, intelligent social infrastructure comprised of tens of billions autonomous agents hosting artificial intelligences devouring Zettabytes of information in real time. Unprecedented…

INVITED TALK – Prof. Pawel Kulakowski

, – Abstract: Nanoscale Communications The talk will discuss the possible means for nanocommunications, i.e. communication between future nanomachines. An overview of possible approaches will be given, including miniaturization of existing communication devices, building nanomachines from basic blocks and molecular communication motivated by the communication…

Basic Measurements in IP-Based Networks Jan Jerabek

Jan Jerabek, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic – Abstract: Access speed became the most commonly published metric for characterizing the quality of broadband offerings by Internet Service Providers. Obviously, this applies for both wired and wireless access technologies. However, measurements of speed for the…

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