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PhD position announcement

One PhD position with scholarship for the PhD Programme in ICT on "Big Data and Artificial Intelligence for the enhancement of energy virtuosity".

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IEEE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON METROLOGY FOR AUTOMOTIVE

All PhD students of the ICT school are qualified to follow the tutorials and Plenary Sessions of the IEEE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON METROLOGY FOR AUTOMOTIVE without registration.
At the link https://weconf.eu/ieee-metroautomotive-2021/schedule, it is possible to see the entire program of the event and access the sessions of interest.

18 PhD positions on ICT at the Department of Engineering “Enzo Ferrari” - University of Modena and Reggio Emilia - UNIMORE (Italy)

We are glad to announce that 18 PhD positions are available for the PhD Course in "Information and Communication Technologies" - ICT (www.ict.unimore.it) at the Department of Engineering "Enzo Ferrari" of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia - UNIMORE (Italy) on advanced research topics in the fields of Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics, Telecommunications and Automation Control.

We are looking for motivated candidates will to undertake challenging but rewarding research projects. The minimum duration of the course is three years and the call for applicants is available at https://www.unimore.it/didattica/doctorates.html The deadline for applications is 06/07/2021, 1:00 PM (Italian time, CEST).

The programme is organized in three curricula: Computer engineering and science; Electronics and telecommunications; Industrial Applications of ICT. The latter is part of the Doctoral School E4E - "Engineering for Economics - Economics for Engineering". Research areas and topics are described at www.ict.unimore.it/ResearchTopics.asp

The PhD course avails itself of a board of prestigious international advisors. The activity entails a minimum four months stage in laboratories of foreign research institutions or Universities. Please take a look at our site (www.ict.unimore.it) and the testimonials of our PhDs who have acquired prestigious academic and working positions.
Scholarships have a minimum annual amount of euro 15343. Additional benefits such as for instance accommodation facilities and subsidies are available. Details are available in the articles no. 9 and 10 of the call for applications.
Feel free to forward this email and information to colleagues and potential applicants.

Prof. Sonia Bergamaschi
ICT Doctorate Coordinator

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CI-LAM Summer School 2021

Dal 12 luglio al 6 agosto è organizzata la terza edizione della Summer School del programma di cooperazione bilaterale Italia-Cina CI-LAM sui temi dell’Advanced Manufacturing.
Allego la brochure della scuola che si terrà in remoto su piattaforma CISCO WebEx e il Bando per avanzare la propria candidatura.
La Scuola è rivolta a studenti laureandi di Magistrale e di scuole di PhD di area Ingegneria dell’Informazione e Industriale.
Ulteriori informazioni possono essere reperite sul sito www.cilam.org oppure inviando una mail direttamente a me: breglio@unina.it

PhD Course on Data Analytics

The aim of the course is to introduce students to two important elements of data engineering technology that makes it possible to extract valuable knowledge from “Big Data”, namely distributed data processing using the MapReduce framework, and data analytics of large graphs. In each case, the course will first introduce fundamental theoretical and architectural concepts, and then present technology for using MapReduce and querying large graphs, respectively. For MapReduce, we present examples of algorithms that can be successfully parallelised and thus are able to take advantage of distributed data architectures, and we will suggest practical exercises using the Spark and Hadoop technology stack. Regarding graph analytics, we focus on community detection algorithms as an example, and we will usethe Neo4J graph DBMS along with the Graph Data Science library for practical exercises.

The course will be held online in the ICT class of Microsoft Teams by professor Paolo Missier and Ph.D. Luca Gagliardelli

CORSO DI FORMAZIONE COMPLEMENTARE PER DOTTORANDI e ASSEGNISTI Edizione 2020 - 2021

I prissimi webinar in programma (di cui inoltriamo anche il link diretto alla weroom dedicata) sono:
  • 26 aprile 2021 ore 10.00 – 12.00 - Bibliometria, valutazione della qualità, Open access, Ufficio bibliometrico - Andrea Solieri e Simona Assirelli - Ufficio bibliometrico di ateneo – SBA -
  • Webroom: link
  • 3 maggio 2021 ore 11:00-13:00 - Comunicare la ricerca, da Galileo alla citizen science - Federica Manzoli – Direzione ricerca, trasferimento tecnologico e terza missione (DRTTTM);
  • Webroom: link
  • 3 maggio 2021 ore 14:00-15:00 - Progettare la ricerca in Europa: valorizzazione dei risultati - Dott.ssa Nadja Saendig – Direzione ricerca, trasferimento tecnologico e terza missione (DRTTTM);
  • Webroom: link

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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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