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road.jpg We organise crash courses around concrete topics of professional/research nature.

Some of the courses that we have organised in the past focused on:

  • C/C++ Programming
  • CORBA Programming
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Linux Administration
  • Unified Modeling Language (UML)

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20/10/05 C/C++ Course
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  • ASLab Research Seminars  ( 23 items )

    Research seminars focus around a concrete topic of current research. Typically, there will be one or more speakers and some scientific discussion after the presentations.

    Now we have two seminar threads: one focused on real technology to implement sophisticated control systems (EIS) and the other one focused on cognitive science issues in the frontier between technology, science an philosophy (SMM).

    Seminar on Minds and Machines

    SMM (the ASLab Seminar on Minds and Machines) is a series of seminars organised around hot topics of interest in the convergence of minds and machines.

    The typical structure of an SMM event is three-parted:

    • A brief introductory description of the topic
    • Presentations by speakers
    • Discussion on the topic

    Seminar on Embedded Intelligent Systems

    EIS (the ASLab Seminar on Embedded Intelligent Systems) is a series of hands-on seminars organised around hot topics of interest in the convergence of software engineering and embedded control.

    The typical structure of an EIS event is three-parted:

    • A brief tutorial on the topic
    • Experimentation with the topic

    List of seminars:

  • AFT Events  ( 1 items )

    AFT (the ASLab Film Track) is a series of debates organised around hot topics of interest in the convergence of minds and machines.

    The theme perception is usually catalised by the visualisation of recommended sci-fi movies that provide particular, usually outrageous, points of view.

    The typical structure of an AFT event is three-parted:

    • A brief introductory positioning by an agent provocateur
    • Visualisation of the movie
    • Discussion on the topic

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