SICS Open House 27 March

SICS Open House 2014 March 27

Every year in spring SICS -Swedish ICT arranges an Open House Day where current research and latest findings are presented. This is a well-established and popular event where industry meets academia, students meet future employers and everybody get new insights and new friends.

This year the day will be divided into two parts: All the seminars will take place in Kista Science Tower before lunch. Lunch and the afternoon exhibition and networking will take place at SICS offices in the Electrum building, co-located with EIT ICT Labs.

SICS' spinoff companies will participate in the exhibition, and there will be a section where Master thesis students will show their work. The event is organised in collaboration with EIT ICT Labs and we will be present with a stand and information about the Idea Challenge covering eight topics all through the year.

SICS Open House is free of charge but registration is required. Please register here.

8.30-12.00 at Kista Science Tower

  • Tor Björn Minde: Datacenters - an Opportunity for Sweden
  • Susanne Timsjö, ABB: Fun Control Room Solutions for Smart People
  • Malin Stråhle, Gavagai: Predict the Future by Analyzing the Buzz
  • David Black-Shaffer, Uppsala University: Improving Education by Integrating Online and In-class Learning
  • Jonas Söderberg, SICS: Demo of Smart Home Technology
  • Rebecca Steinert, SICS: Next Generation Network Management
  • Markus Bylund, Christian Gehrmann, Daniel Gillblad, Joakim Eriksson: Four Aspects of the Internet of Things: Privacy, Security, Cloud/Big Data, New Services
  • Anders Holst, SICS: Demo of How to Detect Suspect Behaviour at Sea
  • Mats Brorsson, SICS/KTH: Trends for Computing Devices and the End of Multicore Technology
  • Interactive Remote Stroke Rehabilitation, Pär Hansson
  • Better Solution for Credit Risk Valuation, Martin Nilsson

12.00-17.00 at SICS

Lunch, large exhibition, and mingle

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