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kickoff meeting XXXVII Cycle

All new PhD students of Cycle XXXVII are all invited to participate in person in the joint kickoff meeting of the DIEF doctorates, which will be held on Friday Dec3, from 9.00 a.m. at the Technopole room in Via Vivarelli10, Modena.

It will be a great opportunity for you to get to know each other and receive useful information on the development of your doctoral course. For those who are unable to participate in person, a Teams channel (by using the code cnjbxc0) for the streaming will be available.

3 Webinars with industrial and academic experts in electronic technologies

Starting on November 25th at 4pm with approximantely montly cadence 3 high-tech seminars will be offered by industrial and academic experts on radar sensor, tomographic reconstruction for high-resolution radar systems, Internet-of-Things key enabling technologies and solutions. Registration is free of charge at the webpage

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Seminar:Gender Issues in Computer Science Research, Education, and Society.

Speaker: Prof. Letizia Jaccheri NTNU Trondheim

Title: Gender Issues in Computer Science Research, Education, and Society.

When? Thursday 16/12/2021 at 15.00

For Whom? Researchers, PHD Students, Bachelor and Master Students, External actors

Where? Aula Gerace Dipartimento di Informatica Università di Pisa and Virtual on zoom


Brain-Inspired Computing Workshop 2021

All interested PhD students are encouraged to enroll for free to the Brain-Inspired Computing Workshop 2021, held in Modena on October 7th and 8th 2021.
The workshop, now at its second edition after the well-received premiere in 2019, is based on invited contributions and aims at exploring different aspects of neuromorphic computing: from biologically realistic models for computation to synaptic and neuromorphic electronics to drive the latest generation of artificial neural networks. The main objective of this highly interdisciplinary initiative is to bring together different communities (e.g., electronic engineers, computer scientists, neuroscientists) and explore together areas of research apparently distant from one another such as experimental and computational neuroscience, electronics, and informatics maintaining a common thread.

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Paolo Lucchi
My current role: Capo progetto per lo sviluppo di prodotti IoT
Mi hanno assunto in una grossa azienda per fare la stessa cosa che ho fatto durante il dottorato
Quando sono arrivato a Bordeaux il mio supervisor francese non parlava una parola di inglese (o non voleva parlarlo) e mi disse all'epoca (in francese) : " sai cos'รจ un transistor? Hai mai visto un transistor?"