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Mudelipõhine tarkvaratehnika, Tallinn, 27.10.2010

Eesti Teaduste Akadeemia korraldab 27.10.2010 kell 14.00 Küberneetika Instituudis seminar-töötoa “Mudelipõhine tarkvaratehnika – tarkvara tootmise kõrgtehnoloogia.
Asukoht: TTÜ Küberneetika Instituut, auditoorium B126
Aadress:  Akadeemia tee 21, Tallinn
Esinejad: Enn Tõugu, Pavel Grigorenko, Mait Harf, Andres Ojamaa, Riina Maigre
Osavõtt on tasuta.
Lisainfo (PDF)

Kaks loengut IEEE Distinguished Visitorilt

7.-8. septembril peab TTÜ arvutitehnika instituudis kaks loengut tunnustatud Duke’i ülikooli professor, IEEE fellow ja IEEE Computer Society Distinguished Visitor Krishnendu (Krish) Chakrabarty. Loengute teemadeks on uudsed, 3D integratsioonil põhinevad kiibid ning mikroelektroonikasüsteemide diagnoos. Loengute toimumist toetavad IEEE Eesti sektsioon ja IKT doktorikool.
7. september, kell 14:00, ruumis IT-209 (Raja 15)
Testing of 3D Integrated Circuits: Challenges and Emerging Solutions
8. september, kell 10:00, ruumis IT-209 (Raja 15)
Dictionary-Based Methods for Board-Level Fault Diagnosis
Loengute abstraktid ning prof. Chakrabarty biograafia on leitavad aadressil http://ati.ttu.ee/index.php?page=171&uudis=135
Lisainfo: Gert Jervan   gert.jervan@pld.ttu.ee

Biorobootika keskuse diskussiooniõhtu, Tallinn, 5.05.2010

TTÜ Biorobootika Keskuses Akadeemia 15A-111 on täna 5. mail kell 16.00 kaks külalist ja toimub ettekande ja diskussiooniõhtu teemadel
– Spiking Neural Networks – Toomas Kirt ja
– Reward System and Dopamine – Andrea Soltoggio, kes räägib tema poolt juhitavast projektist Adaptive Modular Architectures for Rich Motor Skills (AMARSi)
Andrea Soltoggio tutvustuseks:
Andrea Soltoggio holds a MSc in Computer Engineering from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and a MSc from
Politecnico di Milano. He obtained a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Birmingham, UK, in 2008. During his markedly
international career, he has worked in the field of control systems, volutionary computation, robotics, neural models of learning and
reward. He is now a senior researcher with the Research Institute for Cognition and Robotics (CoR-Lab) in Bielefeld, Germany, where he also
coordinates the EU Large Scale Integration Project AMARSi (Adaptive Modular Architectures for Rich Motor Skills). Further information on
his webpage http://andrea.soltoggio.net/work/
Ta juhib ühtlasi projekti Adaptive Modular Architectures for Rich Motor Skills (AMARSi)
The EU FP7 AMARSi project is a large scale integration project that aims at achieving rich motor skills in robots. Human motor primitives are studied to achieve similar dynamics in robots with compliant mechanics and morphological computation. Adaptive modules with learning principles will be combined in control architectures at
different cognitive levels. The results will be demonstrated on the uadruped Cheetah and on the humanoid iCub robot. More on http://amarsi.soltoggio.net/

Paulo J G S Ferreira, Sampling, Tallinn 3.05.2010

Paulo J G S Ferreira ettekanne
Emaspäeval , 3.mail 2010, 15:30 VI-229.
Ettekande sisu:
Topics in sampling — historical, mathematical and engineering.
Part 1. Historical: implementing sampling in the 1930s
Part 2. Mathematical: sampling, analysis and equivalence groupings
Part 3. Engineering: integrate-and-fire converters
Each “part” would take 15 minutes or so, to save some time at the end
for questions.
1) The historical part would probably be interesting to engineers or
mathematicians, even if they don’t know anything about sampling. Parts
of this will sound familiar to you — apologies for that. Maybe I can
add some new angles.
2) The second part would be more theoretical, and would explain the
connections between a number of results, some of which are central in
analysis, and the sampling theorem. The reasons for studying this
would also be explained. This is ongoing work, but mature.
3) The last part would explain the principles behind
“integrate-and-fire” converters. This is ongoing but preliminary work.
More information about the presenter can be found at http://www.ieeta.pt/~pjf