1200   Ausstellung

1330   Begrüßung durch den Fachgruppensprecher

1345   Vorstellung von Prof. Müller

1400   One-Minute Madness (Forschung)

1430   Kaffeepause

1500   Hauptvortrag von Prof. Alan Dix: At the Edge

1600   One-Minute Madness (Firmen)

1630   Kaffeepause

1700   Absolventenehrung

1915   Sektempfang

1930   Dinner

2100   Party mit 5th Edition und DJ Shalien

0200   Ende

Fachgruppe Informatik     Lehrstuhl für Informatik 10     Ansprechpartner

Vorstellung Prof. Matthias Müller

Prof. Matthias Müller ist seit Januar 2013 Universitätsprofessor für das Fach Hochleistungsrechnen der Fakultät für Mathematik, Informatik und Naturwissenschaften der RWTH Aachen University. Seine Forschungsschwerpunkte sind automatische Fehleranalyse von parallelen Programmen, parallele Programmiermodelle, Performance Analyse und Energieeffizienz.

One Minute Madness

Doktoranden der Fachgruppe stellen ihr Forschungsgebiet in exakt 100 spannenden Sekunden vor.
Die teilnehmenden Sponsoren stellen in jeweils drei Minuten ihre Firma vor und beantworten die Frage, warum sie großartige Arbeitgeber sind.

Hauptvortrag von Prof. Alan Dix: At the Edge

From buying plane tickets to eGovernment, participation in consumer and civic society is predicated on continuous connectivity and copious computation. And yet for many at the edges of society, the elderly, the poor, the disabled, and those in rural areas, poor access to digital technology makes them more marginalised, potentially cut off from modern citizenship. I spent three and half months last summer walking 1700 kilometres around the margins of Wales in order to experience more directly some of the issues facing those on the physical edges of a modern nation, who are often also at the social and economic margins. I will talk about some of the theoretical and practical issues raised; how designing software with constrained resources is more challenging but potentially more rewarding than assuming everyone lives with Silicon Valley levels of connectivity. I will also talk about some of the more personal challenges of a major expedition and the lessons from this for those starting out on their careers.

Alan Dix is a computing professor at Birmingham University and co-author of the textbook "Human-Computer Interaction".