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ranking published!

Si comunica che il 27 Settembre 2023, sono state pubblicate le graduatorie del corso di dottorato in “Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)". I candidati possono visionarle selezionando la voce "Graduatoria ammessi” dalla pagina web del corso:

https://www.unimore.it/didattica/dottorato.html?ID=1128
Termine dell’immatricolazione: 4 Ottobre 2023 ore 15.30

We inform you that on 27 September 2023, the rankings of the doctoral course in "Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)" were published. Candidates can view them by selecting the "Admitted ranking" item from the course web page:

https://www.unimore.it/didattica/doctorate.html?ID=1128


Registration deadline: 4 October 2023 at 3.30 pm

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PhD national award 2023 to Luca Lusvarghi

Dr. Luca Lusvarghi, a fresh Ph.D. in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) from the Department of Engineering "Enzo Ferrari", has received the GTTI Ph.D. award 2023 for the best national Ph.D. thesis in the Communication Technologies field. Luca's thesis, supervised by professor Maria Luisa Merani, was selected by a committee whose members are distinguished professors and non-academic experts in the field and was chosen among the many submitted from several national universities and polytechnics.

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75° anniversario dell’invenzione del transistore

Giovedì 23 novembre 2023, h. 16:30 nella sala auditorium del Tecnopolo presso il Dipartimento di Ingegneria Enzo Ferrari (DIEF), si terrà
una relazione sull’invenzione del transistore, della quale ricorre quest’anno il 75° anniversario.
La relazione, inserita nell’ambito dell’iniziativa culturale TecnoStoria della Biblioteca Universitaria di area Scientifico Tecnologica del DIEF,
sarà tenuta dal Prof. Alessandro Paccagnella dell’Università di Padova.

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Open access week @UniMORE: eventi e seminari per dottorandi

In occasione della settimana internazionale dell’accesso aperto 2023 (23-29 ottobre), il Sistema bibliotecario di Ateneo organizza una conferenza con tavola rotonda, workshop multitematici, l’edizione autunnale del seminario “Publish or Perish? Manuale di sopravvivenza” e una campagna social. In particolare verranno erogati

INCONTRI INDIVIDUALI PER RISPONDERE A TUTTI I DUBBI SU COME FARE OPEN ACCESS @UNIMORE:

VENERDÌ 27/10 presso » BSI, 16.30-17.15

» COME PUBBLICARE IN OA A COSTO ZERO
» QUALE LICENZA SCEGLIERE
» COME DEPOSITARE I FILE IN IRIS
» COME GESTIRE I DATI DELLA RICERCA
» COME SCRIVERE UN DATA MANAGEMENT PLAN

GIOVEDI' 26 e VENERDI' 27 alle 14, online (e in presenza al raggiungimento di 5 iscritti)

PRIMA SESSIONE DELL’EDIZIONE AUTUNNALE DEL SEMINARIO PUBLISH OR PERISH? MANUALE DI SOPRAVVIVENZA

GIOVEDÌ 26/10, 14.00-16.00 » 1° PARTE: ASN, VQR, BIBLIOMETRIA
VENERDÌ 27/10, 14.00-16.00 » 2° PARTE: OPEN ACCESS, FAIR DATA, ACCESSO RISORSE UNIMORE

per questi eventi l'iscrizione è obbligatoria. Tutti i dettagli al link soprastante.

Seminar ''SQL and Large Language Models: A Marriage Made in Heaven?''

Dear PhD Students,

You are kindly invited to participate in the seminar titled 'SQL and Large Language Models: A Marriage Made in Heaven?' delivered by Paolo Papotti (Eurecom - FR). The event will take place on the 30th of October 2023 at 10:00 in the meeting room located on the first floor of MO27.

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Francesco Maria Puglisi
Associate Professor of Electronics, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia
My current role: I perform research activity in the field of characterization and modeling of new memories and transistors, with a focus on noise, reliability, and variability. Recently, i am interested in new architectures for non-von Neumann computation. I also perform teaching activity in the fields of nanoelectronics, circuit design and electronic systems.
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The expertise and competences acquired during my PhD experience were seminal for my whole carrer. Besides acquiring a significant amount of technical skills in my field of research, during my PhD i learned how to perform and lead complex research activities, how to present innovative results to an audience of professionals, and how to organize the structure of a research project in all its components.

I remember when i found out interesting but peculiar results while performing delicate noise measurements. I had to stay up all night to perform those measurements again, to exclude possible interefernces from the appliances that were typically on during daytime (computers, fans, heating...). Fortunately, results turned out to be the same as those i got in the morning but i remember it as a fun moment (perhaps because, at the end, results confirmed that i was not forced to perform noise measurements at night to get reliable results)!
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