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4 Marzo 2021

ANNUNCIO URGENTE DIDATTICA II SEMESTRE

Preso atto del perdurare di una situazione epidemiologica critica e considerato che la mobilità degli studenti universitari può rappresentare un maggior fattore di diffusione dell’infezione, l’Università degli Studi dell’Aquila, aggiornando disposizioni precedenti, ha deciso di adottare la didattica a distanza sino al giorno 6 aprile 2021, riservandosi di rivedere tale modalità in relazione all’evoluzione della situazione sanitaria o ad interventi delle autorità competenti a livello regionale o nazionale. Tutte le norme e le prescrizioni da rispettare sono consultabili al seguente indirizzo: https://www.univaq.it/include/utilities/blob.php?item=allegato&table=avviso&id=15250.

Ricordiamo a tutte le studentesse e a tutti gli studenti che tutta la didattica sarà fruibile in modalità sincrona (ovvero mediante streaming live) sui nostri canali Teams, secondo gli orari consultabili cliccando sul seguente pulsante:

 

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT TEACHING II SEMESTER

Noting the persistence of a critical epidemiological situation and the fact that the mobility of university students can be a greater spread of infection factor, the University of L'Aquila, updating previous provisions, decided to adopt the distance learning up as of 6 April 2021, reserving the right to review this method in relation to the evolution of the health situation or interventions by the competent authorities at regional or national level. All the rules and regulations to be respected can be consulted at the following address: https://www.univaq.it/include/utilities/blob.php?item=allegato&table=avviso&id=15250.

We remind the students that all the teaching will be available in synchronous mode (or by live streaming) on our channels teams and the times are consulted by clicking on the following button:

Timetable II Semester

1 Marzo 2021

Si informano tutte le studentesse e tutti gli studenti dei Corsi di Studi erogati dal DISIM che le lezioni verranno avviate a decorrere da lunedì 8  marzo p.v. con le seguenti modalità: 

1) gli insegnamenti del primo anno delle lauree triennali e  magistrali, verranno erogati in presenza; sarà comunque garantita la fruibilità a distanza di tali insegnamenti in modalità sincrona (ovvero mediante streaming live) a tutti gli studenti.
 
2) gli insegnamenti del secondo e  terzo anno delle lauree triennali nonché del secondo anno delle lauree magistrali verranno invece integralmente erogati a distanza. 
 
Gli orari del II semestre A.A 2020/21 di tutti i corsi di studio  sono consultabili cliccando sul seguente pulsante:
 
 
Stante la situazione pandemica in continua evoluzione si raccomanda di consultare frequentemente questa pagina web per eventuali aggiornamenti.
 
Buon secondo semestre a  tutti! 
    Guido Proietti 
 
We inform all our international students that courses at the DISIM Department will start effective Monday, March 8th 2021 as follows: 
 
1) All Year-1 a classes of the Bachelor’s and  Master’s programs, will be taught face-to-face at the University Campus in Coppito. To all students  will be granted the option of attending said classes remotely via live streaming.
 
2) All Year-2 and Year-3 classes of the Bachelor’s programs, as well as Year-2 classes of the Master’s programs, will be entirely taught remotely. 
 
The schedule of the II semester A.Y. 2020/21 for all the degree programs are available by clicking on the following
 
 
Given the constantly evolving pandemic situation, it is recommended to consult frequently this web page for any updates.
 
With my best wishes for the upcoming semester, 
Guido Proietti
 

22 Febbraio 2021

NEW FACULTY SEMINAR - TERESA SCARINCI

Proximal gradient methods for stochastic optimization in infinite dimension

Teresa Scarinci
Department of Information Engineering, Computer Science, and Mathematics, University of L'Aquila

Schedule: 22 February 2021 at 14:30 Italian time (13:30 GMT)

Abstract: Stochastic approximation methods based on gradient descent methods have long been used to solve stochastic optimization problems. Their extensions to infinite-dimensional problems,particularly for nonconvex objectives,are less understood. In this talk we will discuss some convergence results for the stochastic proximal gradient methods applied to optimization problems in Hilbert spaces. The proofs of the results rely on results and ideas from differential inclusions and martingales techniques. We investigate almost sure convergence of strong limit points of the random sequence generated by the algorithms to stationary points of the original problem. We verify conditions for ensuring convergence of the algorithm and show a simulation on PDE-constrained optimization with random coefficients. If time permits, we will discuss some future research directions to incorporate line search algorithms to generate the step sizes.

Webex link: https://univaq.webex.com/univaq/j.php?MTID=m20ef5d594f0af804fa5eac81ec27b445
Meeting number: 183 503 0335
Password (needed in case a web browser is used): wmFbeT5bp32

1 Febbraio 2021

NEW FACULTY SEMINAR - TANIA DI MASCIO

The structured methodological framework “DeeJay”: foundation and practice across different application domains

Dr. Tania Di Mascio
Department of Information Engineering, Computer Science, and Mathematics, University of L'Aquila

Schedule: 8 February 2021 at 14:30 Italian time (13:30 GMT)

Abstract: The growing diffusion of ICT-based innovative tools raises up the need for methodological approaches able to effectively guide the activities of interdisciplinary R&D teams. This need mainly depends on the bringing into the realm of ICT products of users with novel demands, new technologies with rapid and intelligent evolution, as well as new contexts of use with increasingly adaptivity requirements. Despite consolidated agreements on general design principles, the design process of the new ICT-based tools may suffer from the gap between application domain researchers, on the one side, and designers, on the other side; the need for a more structured approach is often advocated by both. This seminar presents a contribution in this direction by presenting DeeJay, an Action/Research-based methodological approach oriented to interdisciplinary R&D projects, stemming from our experiences in different application domains. In particular, after a brief introduction of the DeeJay approach, the application of DeeJay is reported in different domains in order to produce: (a) a novel children-oriented data-gathering technique, within an R&D project for supporting 7-11 years old children characterized by poor text comprehension; (b) a model of customizable treatment, within an R&D project for personalizable ASD-oriented Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) tool; (c) a gamified musical skill learning, within an R&D project for an ICT solution conceived as a teacher's ally in musical teaching activities in Middle School; (d) a CAD-tool to support the designers of Cyber-Physical Systems into the design of runtime monitoring systems.

Link (Webex): https://univaq.webex.com/univaq/j.php?MTID=m7088f4f6d922c512d3fde4d370fe6e86
Meeting number: 174 769 3022
Password (needed in case a web browser is used): gaTMPuF2n22

27 gennaio 2021

NEW FACULTY SEMINAR - MATTEO SPEZIALETTI

Computer science and applications: from affective computing to optimization of treatment planning systems.

Dr. Matteo Spezialetti
Department of Information Engineering, Computer Science, and Mathematics, University of L'Aquila

Schedule: January 27th, 2021 at 16:00 Italian time (15:00 GMT)

Abstract: All of us know that Computer Science is both a mature science with consolidated fields, topics, theories, and a science that deeply interacts with the real world. The applications of Computer Science not only show the potential of this science in reality, but also, as a feedback, give new insights and hints for future developments to Computer Science itself. This seminar, in particular, concerns two research fields of Computer Science, that are image and signal processing and machine learning, and some of their applications that range from human-computer and human-robot interaction to healthcare and medicine. Methodologically, in some applications it is of fundamental importance the optimization of space and time resources (a typical computer science problem), and, therefore, we developed a natural and strong collaboration with the optimization group of this department.

Link (Webex): https://univaq.webex.com/univaq/j.php?MTID=m862f65dbe08c74cd2723a1f96d8200b0
Meeting number: 174 665 0733
Password (needed in case a web browser is used): xCgPV4C5pr7

5 gennaio 2021

G7 E G20 YOUTH SUMMIT: YOUNG AMBASSADORS SOCIETY STA SELEZIONANDO I DELEGATI ITALIANI PER I SUMMITS Y7 E Y20

La Young Ambassadors Society, in collaborazione con il Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale, è impegnata a selezionare  i delegati che rappresenteranno l’Italia allo Youth 7 (G7) e allo Youth 20 (G20). 

Per la prima volta nella storia, nel 2021 l’Italia ospiterà il Y20 Summit, l’engagement group ufficiale del G20 Italia. Y20 sarà organizzato da Young Ambassadors Society. Il Y20 Summit si terrà a fine luglio nella città di Milano e YAS sta selezionando i tre Delegati Italiani che parteciperanno al Summit. I delegati saranno chiamati a discutere sui seguenti temi:

  1. Inclusione
  2. Sostenibilità, cambiamento climatico e ambiente
  3. Innovazione, digitalizzazione e futuro del lavoro

Le conclusioni alle quali perverranno i delegati saranno raccolte in un comunicato finale che sarà presentato ai leader del G20.

La scadenza per l’invio delle candidature è il 10 febbraio 2021 e per partecipare è necessario compilare il modulo al seguente link.

SEMINARIO PROFESSIONALIZZANTE IN CYBERSECURITY

Il corso di laurea in Informatica dell'Università degli Studi dell'Aquila organizza per A.A. 2020-2021 la 2a edizione del seminario professionalizzante in CyberSecurity. Iscriviti subito al link https://tinyurl.com/y47c4je8.

Per informazioni: dajana.cassioli@univaq.it e walter.tiberti@univaq.it.  

KICK-OFF MEETING DEL PROGETTO TEACH4EDU4

L'Università degli Studi dell'Aquila ha partecipato al kick-off meeting del progetto Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership dal titolo TEACH4EDU4 – “Accelerating the transition to Edu 4.0 in HEIs”.  I partner del progetto sono: l'Università degli Studi dell’Aquila, l’Università di Zagabria (Croazia), la Open University (Regno Unito), l’Università di Belgrado (Serbia), l’Università di Tallinn (Estonia), l’Università Politecnica della Catalogna (Spagna), e l’Università di Zilina (Slovacchia). 

Maggiori informazioni

AVVISO SEMINARIO

Martedì 12 gennaio alle 14.30, il Prof. Edoardo Provenzi della Université de Bordeaux (Framcia) terrà un seminario per il nostro dipartimento dal titolo

A quanto-relativistic model of color perception

Il seminario si svolgerà sulla piattaforma Webex, raggiungibile attraverso il seguente link https://univaq.webex.com/univaq/j.php?MTID=m0c537540688d54d95fe9516b79891d04

Numero riunione: 174 992 8985
Password di accesso: SWidpJnh742

Speaker: Edoardo Provenzi (Université de Bordeaux)
Title: A quanto-relativistic model of color perception

Abstract: In a 1962 paper, the relativistic physicist H. Yilmaz introduced for the first time, in a heuristic way, an extremely fascinating idea: the modification of color description by an observer adapted to two different illuminants can be represented by a Lorentz transformation in 3 dimensions. Inspired by this work, the harmonic analyst H.L. Resnikoff formulated, in 1974, an elegant theoretical model in which hyperbolic geometry, only suggested in Yilmaz's paper, was pointed out as a crucial element to study color perception. Finally, in 1999, the great theoretical physicist A. Ashtekar suggested, without entering in further details, an analogy between the perceived color space and the state space of a quantum system, i.e. the set of its density matrices, based on the fact that they both form of convex cone. In this seminar I will introduce the fusion of these three noticeable intuitions in a mathematically rigorous quanto-relativistic model of color perception elaborated with Michel Berthier (Université de La Rochelle). In particular, I will underline the fundamental importance of Jordan algebras as the bridge between the quantum and the relativistic properties of human vision.

4 novembre 2020

AVVISO PER GLI STUDENTI

Si ricorda a tutte le studentesse e a tutti gli studenti del DISIM che a seguito dell'emanazione del DPCM del 24 ottobre 2020 e dell'Ordinanza n.92 del 26 ottobre 2020 del Presidente della Regione Abruzzo, le lezioni di tutti i nostri Corsi di Studi saranno erogate esclusivamente in modalità remota, utilizzando gli appositi canali Teams con lo stesso orario e gli stessi codici già pubblicati al link:

https://www.disim.univaq.it/didattica/content.php?pid=49&did=0&lid=it

Per quanto concerne le attività laboratoriali a fini didattici, queste potranno essere svolte in presenza con le modalità stabilite dal docente titolare dell'insegnamento laboratoriale. Per quanto riguarda infine le attività propedeutiche al lavoro di tesi da svolgersi in presenza, le relative modalità andranno concordate con il/la relatore/relatrice.

Guido Proietti
(Direttore DISIM)

 

Welcome

The Department of Information Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics at Università degli Studi dell'Aquila represents an internationally recognized pole for teaching and research in Information Engineering, Computer Science, and Pure and Applied Mathematics. The Department offers degree programs in both Italian and English which aims to prepare experts in the typical ICT & Math disciplines, with a strong focus on methodology and an interdisciplinary approach. Our students receive the skills and expertise they need to grasp the many opportunities offered by the rapid developments in our fields of interest.