21/02 – seminario “Graph Signal Processing: Theory and Applications”

Il giorno 21 febbraio 2019 alle ore 10.00 presso l’Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata” Macroarea di Ingegneria – Via del Politecnico, 1 – Aula B15 – Edificio Didattico

Il Prof. Sergio Barbarossa dell’ Università di Roma La Sapienza terrà un seminario organizzato dal Prof. Gaspare Galati per la Ph.D. School in Electronic Engineering – DIE – Tor Vergata University su:

Graph Signal Processing: Theory and Applications

Abstract: Graph-based representations play a significant role in machine learning as a formal way to capture (pairwise) relations among data or time series. In this talk, we review the fundamentals of graphical methods applied to unsupervised and semisupervised learning and then we present some aspects of current research in the field, including the case where the knowledge about the graph is imperfect or when it is necessary to go beyond pairwise representations.

Sergio Barbarossa is a full professor in the Information Engineering, Electronics and Telecommunications Department of Sapienza University of Rome, Italy. He is an IEEE Fellow and EURASIP Fellow. For more than 25 years, he has been working in signal processing, radar remote sensing, sensor and telecommunication networks. Since 2000 he has been involved in European projects as a Technical Manager or Principal Investigator. He is now the technical manager of a H2020 Europe‐Japan project on 5G. His main current research interests are on mobile edge computing, 5G networks, distributed optimization, machine learning and signal processing on graphs.

19-21/06 – ISNCC’18 at Tor Vergata School of Engineering

The International Symposium on Networks, Computers and Communications (ISNCC) will be held in the beautiful city of Rome, Italy from 19-21 June 2018, under the patronage of the European Space Agency (esa) and the Italian Space Agency (ASI).  

ISNCC 2018 cover theoretical and practical aspects related to Information Systems, Communication Networks and Computing Technologies. This year, the multi-thematic program  focuses on the major future scientific issues for the following scientific topics, divided into eight main tracks (details in “Call For Papers“page):

  • Wireless and Mobile Communications & Networking
  • Satellite Communications and Networking
  • Antenna Systems, Propagation and RF Design
  • 5G Evolution and Implementation
  • Cloud, Grid and Social Computing & Networking
  • Internet of Everything, Data Analytics and Smart Cities
  • Smart Communications Systems
  • Trust, Security and Privacy

A seperated Track called “PhD Student Forum” provides an opportunity for research students to showcase their original yet incomplete ‘work-in-progress’ (more details in “PhD Student Forum”).

Also an “Industrial” track is foreseen to give particular visibility and emphasis of applied research and on industrial developments. For this track to prepare full paper is not mandatory but the same slot for presentation at the conference will be guaranteed. The submission procedure through EDAS is the same of the scientific track but just an abstract could be accepted (more details in “Industrial Forum“).

The ISNCC 2018 edition will propose a set of technical presentations made ​​by internationally recognized researchers and experts. Young researchers participating in this event will then have the opportunity to present their work and obtain feedback during dedicated sessions intended to further facilitate interactions and the exchange of ideas.

The target audience of ISNCC ranges from Senior researchers to Ph.D. and Master students. Researchers and engineers from companies are welcome, and may greatly benefit from the broad vision provided by this symposium.

Accepted and presented papers will be published in the conference proceedings and will be submitted for inclusion in IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.

ISNCC is indexed in IEEE Xplore, Scopus, DBLP and Thomson Reuters (Web of Science)