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How did Facebook grow?

October 3, 2019 How did Facebook grow? Did Twitter, LinkedIn, WeChat and others grow in the same way? A Network-Based Universal Growth Law Sponsored by the Circuit an System Society under its Distinguished Lecturer Program Prof. C K Michael TSE Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong CASS Distinguish Lecturer Abstract: The growth of the user population of a newly launched…

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PitchD – Special Session: Visiting the Knowledge

12 June 2019 – 17.30 Politecnico di Torino – Ciminiera Room Here’s a Special Session of the PitchD – the PhD’s pitch. In this seminar, two visiting PhD student will show us their research and their experience.  Respectively coming from Tel Aviv University – TAU and École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne – EPFL we will have the opportunity to discover the…

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PitchD – 4th Edition

5 June 2019 – 17.30 Politecnico di Torino – Maxwell Room Forth meeting with PitchD – the PhD’s pitch. Two misses from the Department of Electronics and Telecommunication will deep us in the world of convolutional neural network and will bring us to electromagnetic invisibility. Join us to discover more! SoCNNet: An Optimized Sobel Filter based Convolutional Neural Network for…

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Biomedical engineering and medical informatics can reshape medical care

14 May 2019 – 14:00 Politecnico di Torino – Maxwell Room Prof. Dr. Ing. Franco Simini, Universidad de la República – URUGUAY Abstract: Sensors, actuators and digital control allow to respond to clinical needs in terms of diagnostic, therapeutic and prosthetic devices. ABDOPRE is a vacuum bell to modify intra-abdominal pressure for critical patients, in lieu of routine invasive decompression…

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PitchD – Special Session: beyond the Twilight Zone

8 May 2019 – 17.30 Politecnico di Torino – Maxwell Room Here’s a Special Session of the PitchD – the PhD’s pitch. In this seminar an ex-PhD student from Politecnico di Torino (currently enrolled in General Motors) and a physicist from UniTO will expand our knowledge. Join us to see beyond the Twilight Zone. Beyond the PhD: what’s your next…

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Here the second PitchD!

16 April 2019 – 17.30 Politecnico di Torino – Maxwell Room Here’s the second PitchD – the PhD’s pitch. Our PhD IEEE Student Members explain to students, colleagues and professors their research. For the second event, two PhD student with a biomedical and a telecommunications background will show insight into their work. Join us to listen to their PitchD. Measuring…

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Colloquia Roberto Tempo in Automatica

12 April 2019 – 11:00 Politecnico di Torino – Sala Consiglio di Facoltà Prof. Francesco Bullo, University of California, Santa Barbara Registration: colloquia-roberto-tempo.eventbrite.com Abstract: Network systems are mathematical models for the study of cooperation, propagation, synchronization and other dynamical phenomena that arise among interconnected agents. Network systems are widespread in science as they are fundamental modeling tools, e.g., in sociology…

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The first PitchD is arriving!

26 March 2019 – 17.30 Politecnico di Torino – Maxwell Room The first PitchD – the PhD’s pitch event is going to arrive. Our PhD IEEE Student Members explain to students, collegues and professors their research. For the first event two PhD student from DET and DISAT will present an insight in their work. Join us to listen their PitchD Embedded Radar…

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Analysis and modeling of medical electronic devices using three-dimensional simulations

Emphasis on cochlear implants and insulin pens 16 January 2019 Dr. Maria-Alexandra Paun EPFL, Switzerland Abstract: The recent advances in MedTech have seen an interest for accurate modeling and high-precision simulations in order to characterize and predict the behaviour of medical devices employed in various applications. My presentation will focus on the analysis of modeling using three-dimensional simulations of medical electronic…

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Boost your career with IEEE!

18 December 2018 Prof. Gianluca Setti IEEE Fellow Member, Politecnico di Torino How the IEEE can support your career? Join us to discover what is the role IEEE plays in an engineer’s education and career. Bio: Gianluca Setti is currently professor at Politecnico di Torino, former professor at University of Ferrara, he held various visiting positions, at the University of Washington, at…

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Teaching and Learning with Open Educational Resources (OERs)

6 November 2018 Prof. Sorel Reisman California State University Abstract: Ever since the introduction of the concept of Open Educational Resources (OER), teaching and learning enthusiasts have looked forward to the day that OERs would begin to deliver on their potential.  Today, after more than a decade, administrators and instructors are beginning to understand  the value and benefits of online…

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Innovation in Big Companies, Benedetto Vigna

October 26, 2018 Benedetto VIGNA STMicroelectronics President, Analog, MEMS and Sensors Group Industrial Distinguished Lecturer Abstract: The process for promoting innovation will be discussed in details, with specific reference to the practical case of MEMS in STMicroelectronics. Innovation starts with a good idea, but it can only go forward if the corresponding product roadmap can quickly adapt to the market…

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Think you can code? IEEEmadC

The IEEEmadC (Mobile Application Development Contest) is back and waiting for your ideas! IEEEmadC is an open challenge and a global opportunity for any student, who has passion to change people lives and shape up their career by utilizing the mobile app development platform. The aim of the contest is to develop new apps related to IEEE and students. Any…

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Photonic Integrated Devices and Systems: Technology for next Generation Telecom Networks

May 15, 2018 Abstract: The information explosion can be dealt with, using integration of very small photonic components on very high density Photonic Integrated Circuits (PICs). The technological advancements in PICs have made them a popular choice for components of next generation networks. Silicon being the evident choice due to its high availability, mature fabrication technology, and low cost has…

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MEMS, The Technology that Makes Technology

May 9, 2018 Subject: The Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) combine conventional semiconductor electronics with beams, gears, levers, switches, accelerometers, diaphragms, microfluidic thrusters, and heat controllers: all of them in microscopic size. The enabling technology of the current application includes accelerometer, pressure, chemical, and flow sensors, micro-optics, optical scanners, and fluidic pumps. Politecnico di Torino is at the top in this…

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ORIENTATION IN THE POST-DEGREE CHOICE

January 9, 2018 Subject: Introduction to the PhD courses in Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering, Metrology, Computer and Control Engineering to the Master’s Degree students.   PhD students will expose their personal experience within the PhD program, briefly presenting their research field. Partecipants: Prof. Flavio Canavero, Prof. Marco Ajmone Marsan, Prof. Marco Parvis, Prof. Matteo Sonza Reorda. Politecnico di Torino –…

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BLOCK CHAIN and BITCOIN

December 12, 2017 Subject: Current challenges and future opportunities for this technology. Introduction to Bitcoin and mathematical coins, difference between Blockchain permissioned and permissionless, DAO, DAC, DApp and smart contract, smart properties, adoption of Blockchain technology in academic field, presentation of the student association BlockchainEdu, Helperbit in donations. Partecipants: Vincenzo Agui, Davide Menegaldo. Politecnico di Torino – Room 2C – 16:00

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