Events and Dates
Vienna Symposium on Visualization
Tue, June 28 – Wed, June 29, 2016 10:00 –12:30 — Forschung, Konferenz
Cytosplore - Interactive Immune Cell Phenotyping for Large Singe-Cell Datasets. Dr. Thomas Höllt. —
Implementing an interactive workflow to analyze mass cytometry data in an integrated system
Wed, June 29, 2016 10:00 — TU Wien, Seminarraum 186 — Forschung, Vortrag
Model checking and system design as a machine learning problem.. Dr. Guido Sanguinetti. —
Constructing an efficient statistical learning approach
Thu, June 30, 2016 14:00 — TU Wien, Informatikhörsaal — Forschung, Vortrag
VoroCrust: Simultaneous Surface reconstruction and Volume Meshing with Voronoi Cells. Scott A. Mitchell. —
The first algorithm for simultaneous surface reconstruction and volumetric Voronoi meshing
Fri, July 1, 2016 10:30 — TU Wien, Seminarraum 186 — Forschung, Vortrag
STAF 2016 - Software Technologies: Applications and Foundations.
TU Wien, Vienna, Austria
Mon, July 4 – Fri, July 8, 2016 — Konferenz
Predicting Worst-Case Behaviour of Programs by Means of Attribute Functions. Prof. Jerzy Nawrocki. —
Examples concerning implementation selection for dynamic storage allocation will be presented
Thu, July 7, 2016 15:00, c.t. — TU Wien, Bibliothek 185/1 — Forschung, Vortrag
About the Faculty of Informatics
Informatics and business informatics are young and innovative disciplines which play a central role in our modern information society. The application of these disciplines, information and communication technologies (ICT), is gradually penetrating into all areas of life and evolving at a rapid pace. The development and use of ICT is affecting not just business and administration but the personal lives of a growing number of people.
The key role of informatics calls for intensive efforts in research and teaching. The Faculty of Informatics strives to play an active role in national and international research. Its activities are guided by the principles of academic excellence, the networking of research and teaching, and by a sense of awareness for the social responsibility it has.
The major fields of studies are computer science and business informatics, which are the biggest and fourth biggest courses of study, respectively, at Vienna University of Technology. The five main research areas are Distributed and Parallel Systems, Logic and Computation, Business Informatics, Computer Engineering, and Media Informatics and Visual Computing.