Marek Tłuczek

Marek Tłuczek has over 5 years of experience in both research and software development. His area of expertise covers artificial intelligence, machine learning, image recognition, image processing, software engineering, internet telephony and telematics. He also managed and led research and software development projects. He is the 2nd place winner of the most prestigious computer science student competition in the world - 2005 IEEE Computer Society International Design Competition. He has also been successful author of programming books which have been sold in over 10.000 copies in Poland.

cheap and best electrical fan regulator

cheap and best electrical fan regulator

one new circuit is invented by idian electroics enginee for electrical fan regulator which is cheap and best

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Wellbeing
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Multilateral projects : development of innovation

Multilateral projects : development of innovation

There is the tittle of a new initiative from the EU. Do you think that the EU is doing enough for enhancing innovation ?

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PSATS 2011 Post-Conference Proceedings Are Available For Purchase

You may now purchase the book that constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the Third International ICST Conference on Personal Satellite Services, PSATS 2011, held in Malaga, Spain in Febuary 2011. To do so please visit http://www.springer.com/computer/communication+networks/book/978-3-642-23824-6.

PSATS 2011 Conference Report

17-18 February 2011 - Malaga, Spain

The third International ICST Conference on Personal Satellite Services 2011 (PSATS’11) was held at the Hotel Sol Principe, Malaga in Spain from the 17-18 of February 2011, jointly organized by University of Siena (Italy), University of Trento (Italy), University of Malaga (Spain), EUTELSAT (France), European Alliance of Innovation (EAI) and CERATE-NET Research Centre (Italy). The conference was also proudly supported by the European Commission’s technology platform the ‘Integral Satcom Initiative (ISI)’.

Kandeepan Sithamparanathan

Kandeepan is currently a senior researcher with the broadband and wireless group at the Create-Net international research centre, Trento, Italy and an adjunct academic with the Department of Information Engineering at the Australian National University, Canberra. Previously he was a researcher at the National ICT Australia worling in wireless signal processing.

Proceedings of CrownCom 2011 conference are available online in IEEEXplore

The proceedings of the 6th International ICST Conference on Cognitive Radio Oriented Wireless Networks and Communications (CrownCom 2011) are available online in IEEE Xplore. If you are interested in this conference, please also consider browsing CrownCom 2010 proceedings.

An interesting project: Infinity (Future Internet Public Private Partnertship)

An interesting project: Infinity (Future Internet Public Private Partnertship)

Create-Net is a member of the consortium of research institutions behind this project. It would be a good idea to discuss anything related to this project within this thread.

The main challenge for INFINITY is to establish an approach that can quickly engage with infrastructure owners and application developers Europe-wide, building as far as possible on existing data, information, projects and programmes, to create a new, useful and valuable repository of infrastructure capability and capacity that relates need to opportunity and facilitates the creation of an international community that can collaborate to deliver the Future Internet.

I am attaching a quick SlideShare presentation of the project below.

 

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Internet and Mobility
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Swarm Intelligence as optimization technique

Swarm Intelligence as optimization technique

Optimization techniques were initially invented in order to solve problems that could not be solved using traditional methods such as mathematics or logic. Swarm intelligence adopts some natural creatures behavior that tends to solve similar distributed systems problems. The Ant Colony optimization food search behavior has inspired many researchers to solve many non-linear problems in various fields such as networking, control systems and transport or vehicular systems. Recently, the bees hive optimization food search, collection, labor recruitment and food storage behaviors have attracted many researchers to inspire more creative solutions for more ambiguous problems.

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