December 13, 2022
18.00 – 20.00
18.00 – 20.00
The Ethical Hacking Challenge
Radiation therapy image processing and analysis using image registration and machine learning teachn...
Optimization of active electrical distribution network management with heterogeneous sources of flex...
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Design Methodologies and Tools for Energy-aware IoT-based Applications
THOR - Exploring plasma energization in space turbulence
The HSYP (Hellenic Student and Young Professional) Congress is the meeting of all the IEEE Student Branches in Greece and Cyprus.
The 31st European Frequency and Time Forum and the 71st consecutive meeting of the IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium were held as a joint conference in Besançon, France, on 9-13 July 2017.
The four year transatlantic research project entitled “CHIC - Computational Horizons in Cancer: Developing Meta- and Hyper-multiscale Models and Repositories for In Silico Oncology” and coordinated by ICCS-NTUA was rated as “Excellent” at its final review. The scientific and overall coordinator of CHIC was Dr G. Stamatakos, Research Professor at ICCS and Visiting Professor at ECE.
In this years’ NBG i-bank #fintech 2 crowdhackathon, which took place between 20th and 22nd October 2017, a team of 3rd-year undergraduate students from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at National Technical University of Athens, won the 1st prize in the competition.
The EUSIPCO 2017 has been held with great success in the island of Kos from August 28 to September 2, 2017, at the Kos International Convention Center.
EuroEXA (Co-designed Innovation and System for Resilient Exascale Computing in Europe: From Applications to Silicon) is a 3.5-year project starting in September 2017. It benefits from an EU-contribution of almost €20 million and is coordinated at the Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS), Computing Systems Lab (CSLab) in Greece with 15 project partners in Spain, United Kingdom, Greece, Belgium, Sweden, Netherlands, Italy and Germany.
NTUA students win seven medals at the competitions, including one Gold medal.
This award recognizes outstanding contributions to the understanding and control of the dynamics of the interconnected power systems.