On Feb 21, 2018 at 12:30pm prof. Meo (Emeritus professor) will inaugurate the DAUIN seminar, which are held every third Wednesday of every month and are open to the public inside and outside the university. The title of the seminar is “Dimensions and Implications of the Informatics Revolution”. The seminar will be held in Italian at the Conference Room “Luigi Ciminiera”, in the Control and Computer Engineering Departiment, Corso Castelfidardo 34/D, Torino.
A 3-year PhD Scholarship (borsa di dottorato) is available to carry out research activities with the Internet Media Group, under the supervision of Enrico Masala. If interested, enquire with Enrico by email if you have any doubt or would like to discuss it in more details, and apply through the electronic procedure by the deadline (Feb 15, 2018 at noon). The Scholarship is supported by PIC4SeR (Politecnico Interdepartmental Center for Service Robotics). With mutual agreement, a temporary scholarship is also available for the period between the admission and the official PhD start time (Nov 2018).
More information and details about the PhD activities, procedures, and alumni in the DAUIN department is available here.
Wednesday, Dec 6, 2017 in Torino, at 10am the Internet Media Group will participate in the kick-off of PIC4SeR (Politecnico Interdepartmental Center for Service Robotics), in the AULA MAGNA of the Energy Center. Additional information available here.
Dr. Enrico Masala will give the talk “Optimized Strategies for Real-Time Multimedia Communications from Mobile Devices” on Tuesday May 23, 2017, 15:30, at the Department of Computer Science, University of Verona, Italy, hosted by Dr. Davide Quaglia. More details are available at the Department website.
The PhD course “Multimedia Communications: Technological Advances and Social Implications” is scheduled to start on Feb 3, 2017. All PhD students can participate (including “XXXII ciclo” that started Nov 1, 2016). Three members of our research group (Enrico Masala, Antonio Servetti, Juan Carlos De Martin) will cover all the course topics, as better specified in the course webpage.
Friday, Sep 23, 2016 in Montreal, Canada, Leonardo Favario will present our work at the IEEE Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing (MMSP).
The papers are available in the publications section of this site
Recently, Leonardo presented the work “Seamless Cross-Platform Integration of Educational Resources for Improved Learning Experiences” at the IEEE Frontiers in Education (FIE) 2015, El Paso, Texas, in October 2015. Also, a new paper has been accepted at IEEE EDUCON 2016, titled “Integrating a Remote Laboratory System in an Online Learning Environment”, that will be presented in April 2016 in Abu Dhabi. More information in the publications section of this website.