On Wednesday 26th, the Department of Computing Science, held a "Research Day", and this included a number of talks given by the research groups on their current work. The schedule for these talks was as follows.
Andrii Dmytryshyn has defended his Licentiate Thesis entitled "Skew-Symmetric Matrix Pencils: Stratification Theory and Tools".
Mina Sedaghat has defended her Licentiate Thesis: Capacity Management Approaches for Compute Clouds.
Johan Mollevik's has defended his Licentiate Thesis: Natural Language Interfaces over Spatial Data: Investigations in Scalability, Extensibility and Reliability.
In the future, the content of videos, pictures and audio will be searched similarly to text content on the internet. This is the objective of the new European research project Media in Context, in which researchers from the Department of Computer Science at Umeå University are included.
Three Researchers from UMIT was awarded grants from the Swedish Research Council, totaling almost 10 MSEK.
Umeå University Joins €4.5 Million Consortium to Deliver Context-Aware Cloud Topology Optimisation and Simulation
Umeå University today announced it has joined a consortium of leading organisations and universities from the United Kingdom, Ireland and Germany focused on using real-world data to optimize and make more efficient cloud computing.
Daniel Espling has presented his PhD thesis "Enabling Technologies for Management of Distributed Computing Infrastructures".
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