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Seminario su Informatica Ambientale

Si avvisa gli studenti che la Prof.ssa Elena Nechita ("Vasile Alecsandri" University di Bacau, Romania) terrà un seminario su Informatica Ambientale in data 14 Maggio 2013 alle ore 12.00 nell'Aula Seminari del Blocco 0. 

Tutti gli studenti interessati sono invitati a partecipare.

On Environmental Informatics
Case Study: A System to Assess the Risk Regarding the Digital Infrastructure in Bacau County, Romania

Abstract
The seminar will briefly present the interdisciplinary field of Environmental Informatics, that results from a blurring of the boundaries between the environmental, computing and information sciences, and a number of areas in the social sciences. Environmental Informatics not only uses computational and analytical techniques to solve environmental problems, but also addresses the societal issues behind those problems.
Nowadays, there is an increasing demand on organizations that have responsibilities concerning the environment to provide timely, accurate, accessible, and comprehensible information. Therefore, Environmental Informatics concerns research and development of systems that allow the creation, collection, storage, processing, modelling, interpretation, display and dissemination of data and information coming from the environment. It is a field producing both innovative theoretical outputs and practical solutions.
In order to emphasize the wide area covered by Environmental Informatics, some input will be given regarding: geoinformatics, hydroinformatics, modelling of the environmental processes, environmental quality and standards, environmental risk and auditing. These facets are afterwards illustrated by means of an application designed to estimate the overall probability that the Information Systems in a certain geographical area are damaged.