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Cracs News Euro-Par 2014 - 20th International Conference on Parallel Processing more...
25 August 2014

Euro-Par 2014 will take place in Porto, August 25 till 29th. It is organized by the Computer Science Department, Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto and by CRACS/INESC-TEC research unit.

Euro-Par is an annual series of international conferences dedicated to the promotion and advancement of all aspects of parallel and distributed computing.

Cracs News Seminar On Advancing Biological Oceanography with Inference-based Robotic Exploration of the Coastal Ocean more...
11 November 2013

Kanna Rajan, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI), US

Room: Sala S1 / DCC-FCUP

Persistent under-sampling of complex coastal ocean processes has resulted in calls for new
methods to approach the sampling problem. Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) have been
used over the last few years to observe dynamic events such as blooms, anoxic zones and ocean
fronts. However they had till recently, been stymied with the use of simple reactive approaches
which depended on a priori “plans” which prevented any substantiative adaptation of mission
structure to deal with opportunistic science and other unanticipated events.


Cracs News 1st special track on: Security and Privacy in Healthcare IT in the 26th IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical  more...
20 June 2013

 SPH2013 focuses on original unpublished research on innovative methods, policies and concerns that can constitute the right building blocks for a new generation of electronic healthcare information systems that are at the same time more efficient, empowering and secure. So, it is expected novel articles about privacy, security, accountability and auditing for the healthcare sector. This special track also pretends to encourage the research dissemination to the stakeholders involved in healthcare information technologies, promoting the discussion on issues, challenges and solutions that are currently being developed all around the world.