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Results: 41 - 60 of 411
Results: 41 - 60 of 411
  • Damien Fleur received the Best Short Paper Award
    25 Jun 2020
    PhD student Damien Fleur and his supervisors received the Best Short Paper Award at the Intelligent Tutoring Systems conference (ITS2020) last Friday (June 13th) for their paper "Learning Analytics Dashboard for ...
  • The UvA concludes construction contract for LAB42
    19 Jun 2020
    The UvA has now entered into a contract with a construction consortium to build LAB42. As such, it is anticipated that the first pile will be driven into the ground in August 2020 and that the building will be ready ...
  • Marcel Worring appointed professor of Multimedia Analytics
    16 Jun 2020
    Prof. Marcel Worring (1965) has been appointed professor of Multimedia Analytics at the Faculty of Science of the University of Amsterdam.
  • EU subsidy to achieve energy efficiency using approximate computing
    9 Jun 2020
    Parallel Computing Systems (PCS) led by Andy Pimentel (Informatics Institute) receives 265K€ as partner of the EU H2020 APROPOS (Approximate Computing for Power and Energy Optimisation) Innovative Training Networks ...
  • Kick off workshop of AI4Science Lab on 8 July
    2 Jun 2020
    The AI4Science Lab is organizing a virtual kick-off workshop on Wednesday 8 July to mark the occasion that the Lab is now fully operational. The workshop aims to bring junior and expert researchers together that ...
  • New group leaders  Cees de Laat, Paola Grosso, Andy Pimentel
    Systems and Networking Lab divides to grow
    26 May 2020
    The Systems and Networking Lab (SNE) is divided into three new research groups. Now the researchers can focus even better on their own field of research.
  • Paola Grosso group leader MultiScale Networked Systems (MNS)
    Multiscale systems that make a difference
    26 May 2020
    Paola Grosso, chair of the group: ‘Our digital future will encompass even larger data flows and more complex applications then what we have today. How will the systems and the internet of tomorrow look like? This is ...
  • Andy Pimentel group leader Parallel Computing System
    Extra-functional behaviour of computer systems in full glory
    26 May 2020
    Andy Pimentel, chair of the group: ‘Our research in the combination of extra-functional behaviour and parallel systems on one chip or one machine is unique in The Netherlands, and even beyond.’
  • Cees de Laat Group leader Complex Cyber Infrastructure
    Market places to share data in a trustable and transparent way
    26 May 2020
    Cees de Laat, chair of the group: ‘The market places for sharing data that we develop are similar to Netflix. You rent a movie, but you can’t just pass the movie on to someone else.’
  • Photo: FlickrCC, Willem van de Kerkhof
    Three UvA researchers receive grants from Science Diplomacy Fund
    19 May 2020
    The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) is awarding funding to three UvA projects from the new Science Diplomacy Fund. The projects are led by Michael Kemper (European Studies), Valeria ...
  • Thomas Kipf Awarded Doctorate Cum Laude
    13 May 2020
    UvA - Informatics Institute PhD student Thomas Kipf received his PhD cum laude after the first ever PhD defence in the Amsterdam Data Science community to take place entirely online.
  • AI master student Joeri Sleegers publishes work on the Hamiltonian cycle problem
    13 May 2020
    A direct extract from Joeri Sleegers' master's thesis, a paper entitled "Propagation & Hard Hamiltonian Graphs" was published on the EvoSTAR-conference, which was held completely online in April 2020.
  • AI-BSc Marleen de Jonge publishes work on evolutionary algorithms at EvoStar
    30 Apr 2020
    Marleen de Jonge has published a part of her BSc-thesis, even before finishing the project, as a Late Breaking Abstract on the top-knotch conference EvoStar2020.
  • 20 years Faculty of Science: the past, present and future of Information Studies
    28 Apr 2020
    Brightly coloured, somewhat weather-beaten containers, concrete slabs, rustic benches and planters; cool companies everywhere – not what you’d call a typical university environment Programme director for Information ...
  • The impact of cascading effects on financial systems
    22 Apr 2020
    Researchers from the Informatics Institute of the University of Amsterdam have developed data-driven methods that can be used to estimate contagion effects, and incorporated these in computational models for pricing ...
  • AI Song Contest
    21 Apr 2020
    Despite the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 not taking place in Rotterdam, the VPRO broadcaster is organizing the Artificial Intelligence Song Contest this year.
  • A flag in the wind
    1 Apr 2020
    Discover Magazine featured an upcoming paper of researchers of the QUVA Deep Vision Lab. The article, entitled 'Digital Simulations Herald a New Era of Intelligent Measurement', focuses on the achievements of using ...
  • 20 years Faculty of Science: the past, present and future of Artificial Intelligence
    31 Mar 2020
    A long corridor through the National Institute for Subatomic Physics (Nikhef), up three flights of stairs, then a spiral staircase, then push open a stubborn door, and you’re there: an empty roof. Information ...
  • Computer Science & Information Systems in top 50 of the QS ranking
    12 Mar 2020
    The UvA ranks among the top 100 worldwide in 27 out of the 47 subject areas measured in the 2020 QS World University Rankings.
  • University Day, Saturday 4 April - DOES NOT CONTINUE
    4 Mar 2020
    This is the annual event for alumni, staff, students and donors of the UvA. The Informatics Institute will contribute to the programme that features lectures and debates on scientific and social issues by leading ...