Aim and scope:
This summer school will provide opportunities to collect experience with modern data analysis, in particular Big Data analytics. This includes subjects to mine data in the Internet of Things. Our main and special guest lectures, which are recognized authorities in such a field, will address such a scope focusing on algorithms, computational models and practical results.
- Carlo Ratti
MIT, Boston, USA
- Dirk Helbing
Agent-based modeling and planetary nervous system
- Christopher E. Mason
Creating a Molecular Portrait of a City: Subways & Urban Biomes
Weill Cornell Medicine
- Silvio Lattanzi
Privacy Implications of Data Disclosure
Google Research, USA
- Cecilia Mascolo [Abstract Available]
Mobile Data analysis and Management
The Computer Laboratory, Cambridge University, UK
- Paolo Ferragina
Algorithms for Big Data
University of Pisa, Italy
- Fosca Giannotti
Big Data for Cities Management
IST-CNR, Pisa, Italy
- Nic Lane [Abstract Available]
Deep Learning for Embedded and Mobile Sensing Systems
UCL Bell Labs
- Alessandro Pluchino [Abstract Available]
NetLogo: an agent-based environment for simulating complexity
University of Catania, Italy
Participants will be arranged in comfortable hotels at very special rates. The conference room (very close to the same hotels) is air-conditioned and equipped with all conference materials. Special areas are reserved to students for the afternoon coursework and study. The island of Lipari can be easily reached from Milazzo, Palermo, Naples, Messina and Reggio Calabria by ferry or hydrofoil (50 minutes from Milazzo).
Two kinds of participants are welcome. Students: Participants who are expected to do afternoon coursework and take a final exam (The grades will be given following the ECTS grading scale). The course will involve a total of 24 hours of teaching. According to our university rules passing the final exam gives right to an equivalent of 6 ECTS credits in any Ph.D. program. Auditors: participants who are not interested in taking the final exam.
Registration fee is 500 €. The fee covers the course material, bus+hydrofoil Catania airport-Lipari-Catania airport, social events and coffee breaks. Late registration is 600 €.
Applications can be submitted from November 22nd, 2016 up to May 31st, 2017. Late registrations will be accepted until July 10th, 2017. Admission notification will start on January 28th, 2017, according to registration time. Applicants must include a short curriculum vitae.
The official language is English.
Call for posters/short oral presentations
Participants wishing to present their work may prepare a poster (Size: max A0 (842 x 1189 mm)) or a short oral presentation (5 minutes) within special sessions organized by the school. More details about the sessions will be available on the school program.
Those who plan to present a poster or presentation must send an email with a short abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org no lather than June 16th 2017.
Please note that only accepted participants may submit a request for poster/presentation.
Acceptance to the school is not subject to the submission of a poster or a short oral presentation.
The selection of presentations/posters will be based on the scientific merit of the proposal and the time of submission.
Dirk Helbing (ETH, Zurich)
Claudio Cioffi-Revilla (George Mason University, USA)
Fosca Giannotti (CNR Pisa, Italy)
Giovanni Giuffrida (University of Catania, Italy)
Rosalba Giugno (University of Verona, Italy)
Vittorio Loreto (University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy)
Sergio Palazzo (University of Catania, Italy)
Dino Pedreschi (University of Pisa,Italy)
Carlo Pennisi (University of Catania, Italy)
Alessandro Pluchino (University of Catania, Italy)
Alfredo Pulvirenti (University of Catania, Italy)
Andrea Rapisarda (University of Catania, Italy)
Carlo Ratti (MIT, Boston, USA)