Informatik, TU Wien

Austrian Computer Science Day 2014

Annually this event aims to strengthen the networking between computer scientists nationwide and to provide a communication platform for highlighting the excellence of Austrian computer science.

Distinguished computer scientists will present a variety of attractive topics, illustrating the broad scope and the impact of national research. Similar to last year, eight researchers from different computer science departments at national and international universities will give an overview over the computer science research done in Austria. Furthermore, there will be included a poster session in order to allow PhD students to present and discuss their work with the community.

Program

08:00 Registration

08:50 Opening and Welcome
         Horst Bischof, Vice Rector for Research, TU Graz

         Keynote: 3D Image Analysis and Synthesis -- The World inside the Computer
         Hans-Peter Seidel, MPI Saarbrücken

         Learning Better Image Features
         Vincent Lepetit, TU Graz

10:45 Coffee break

11:15 Leveraging Twitter and LOD for Recommender Systems
         Eva Zangerle, University of Innsbruck

         On Privacy-Protecting and Self-Organizing Cameras
         Bernhard Rinner, University of Klagenfurt

12:45 Lunch break

14:00 LumiConSense: Towards a Fully Transparent, Flexible, and Scalable Thin-Film Image- and Depth-Sensor
         Oliver Bimber, University of Linz

         Keynote: "What is Mathematics?" "What is Computer Science?" Descriptions, Images, Panoramas
         Günter M. Ziegler, Freie Universität Berlin

15:45 Coffee break

16:15 A Matter of Time: Visual Analytics of Time-Oriented Data
         Silvia Miksch, TU Wien

         Human-Computer Interaction in the Wild: Contexutal Experiences for Specialized Contexts
         Manfred Tscheligi, University of Salzburg

17:45 Closing

Note

Attendance is free of charge but please note that a registration until May 16, 2014 is required.

This event is organized by the IST Austria, TU Vienna, University of Vienna, TU Graz, JKU Linz, the Universities of Salzburg, Innsbruck and Klagenfurt with support by the Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (bmvit).