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New courses at FIT

In cooperation with the CCM we were prepared two new unique items at FIT, which we recently from the summer semester 2015:

Subject MI-NSS is the result of collaboration with the University of Antwerp and will be taught by professors directly from Antwerp.

Subject BI-OOP is part of our activities within the Pharo Consortium.

Courses are now in the form of elective courses from the new bachelor accreditation will be BI-OOP compulsory subject of Software Engineering study program.

FIT is now official academic partner of Pharo Consortium

FIT became an official academic partner of Pharo Consortium. This news has been advised on the Consortium pages.

pharoOur membership will help our students, teachers and researchers via better access to events, knowledge and experience of academic-industrial communities developing pure object technology.

For us it is then the possibility of honorary membership commitment to be part of a contribution to this action.

Invitation to the conference DATESO

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DATESO 2015
CALL FOR PAPERS
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14th Workshop on Databases, Texts, Specifications, and Objects

April 14th to 16th, 2015
Nepřívěc u Sobotky, Jičín, Czech Republic

For detailed information see: http://www.cs.vsb.cz/dateso/2015/

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Basic information
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DATESO workshop is a meeting of people interested in databases, text
processing, specifications, and objects. It is aimed at the
theoretical and technical bases of information technologies,
approved methods and development trends.

DATESO is also intended as a meeting of PhD students and their supervisors.
They can all discuss their new ideas, threads, and other subjects.

The workshop proceedings will be distributed at the workshop as a
collection of the accepted papers; they will also be made available
as CEUR-WS.org proceedings and indexed by DBLP. ISI Web of Knowledge
currently indexes DATESO papers from 2005 to 2009. DATESO 2005 to 2014
is also available at Scopus.

This year’s DATESO is mainly focused on:
– Social networks
– Semantic web and linked data
– Open Data
– Data structures for similarity searching and indexing
– Searching and indexing XML data
– Big Data – its storage and processing
– NoSQL databases
– Search in multimedia and biological databases
– Clustering
– Data compression
– Formal specifications
– Agent-based modeling
– Model-driven development (MDD, MDA)
– Service-oriented architecture
– Information security, trust, privacy, safety-critical systems
– Bioinformatics
– Machine intelligence for Geographic Information Systems
– GPU data processing

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Steering Committee
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Vaclav Snasel, VSB-Technical University of Ostrava, Ostrava
Jaroslav Pokorny, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles
University, Prague
Karel Richta, Czech Technical University, Prague

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Conference Chair
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Matrin Nečaský, MFF UK Praha

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Guidelines for authors
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All contributions must be written solely in English. The paper length
should not exceed 12 pages of LNCS (Springer Verlag) format. We thank
you for sending your offers in RTF, PS or PDF file formats whenever
possible.

The contributions will be subjected to peer review by at least two
members of the PC. If your
contribution is accepted, you will be asked to make final
arrangement of your text to let it be included in the printed proceedings.

All abstracts and papers should be submitted via web interface found at:
http://www.cs.vsb.cz/dateso/2015/

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Important dates
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Submission of abstracts: January 30, 2015
Submission of papers: February 7, 2015
Notification of acceptance or rejection: February 27, 2015
Final camera-ready versions: March 7, 2015
Deadline for subscription (including payment): April 3, 2015
Workshop: April 14 to 16, 2015

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Contact Addresses
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dateso@vsb.cz

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Organizing Institutions
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MFF UK Praha, Department of Software Engineering
VSB-TU Ostrava,Department of Computer Science
FIT CVUT Praha, Department of Software Engineering
FEL CVUT Praha, Department of Computer Science & Engineering
CSKI, Workgroup on Computer Science & Society
ACM, Czech Chapter
IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society Czecho-Slovakia Chapter.

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Invited Lectures
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There is currently invited lectures under negotiation, the actual
invited lectures list will be available at DATESO 2015 web site.

Registration form and fees will be available at DATESO 2015 web site.