The Smart University: Energy Savings and Automations using Wireless Sensor and Actuator Networks

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Scholarship Opportunity for ICT Graduate Studies Through Collaboration Between SEPVE and the International Hellenic University

 

01 October 2014

 

In the framework of fostering collaboration between the academic community and third parties, such as organizations and companies, the School of Science & Technology of the International Hellenic University and SEPVE have signed a memorandum of collaboration. Through this memorandum both parties set forth a permanent channel of communication, exchange of know-how and mutual support which will materialize through a number of actions in mutually benefiting areas.

 

In this context, the International Hellenic University will offer 1 full scholarship for its October 2014 intake concerning its MSc in ICT Systems programme to a candidate from a company-member of SEPVE. This opportunity involves both employees as well as their children. The application process for the MSc in ICT Systems will be ongoing until October 16th.

 

For more information on how to apply until then please click here. In addition, interested applicants can visit the University on one of its forthcoming Infosessions.

 

 

The power of Big Data Analytics: Prospects, Skills and Opportunities

International Hellenic University

The International Hellenic University and the School of Science & Technology organised a very successful event on "The power of Big Data Analytics: Prospects, Skills and Opportunities" on Wednesday, 26 February 2014. The audience was addressed by Prof. M. Vazirgiannis (Professor in LIX, Ecole Polytechnique) who focused on Big Graph Mining, Mr N. Molfetas (Server Business Group Lead, Microsoft Hellas) and Mr G. Bourmas (Master Principal sales consultant and Engineered Systems Specialist, Oracle Hellas S.A) who shared business insights in the area of big data analytics.

The audience comprised students, young researchers and staff from various Universities and their level of interest in the topic was high, as evidenced by the large number of questions at the end.

The event was successfully coordinated by Assist. Prof. C. Tjortjis of the International Hellenic University.

 

 


Event Programme and Presentations

18.00 - 18.05

Welcome
Prof. I. Vlahavas,
Dean of the School of Science and Technology

18.05 - 18.15 

Introduction
Assist. Prof. C. Tjortjis,
School of Science and Technology

18.15 - 18.45 

Big Graph Mining with Degeneracy
Prof. M. Vazirgiannis,
LIX, Ecole Polytechnique

18.45 - 19.00 

Coffee break

19.00 - 19.20

Big Data: Commercially-available systems and case studies
Mr N. Molfetas,
Microsoft Hellas

19.20 - 19.40

Big Data: Are you Ready?
Mr G. Bourmas,
Oracle Hellas S.A

19.40 - 20.00

Q&A, discussion and closing remarks

 

 

The International Hellenic University School of Science and Technology

is privileged to invite you to a

Robotics Workshop

on

Friday, 20th June 2014, at IHU's Computer Labs from 12.00-16.00+

IHU

Through this seminar participants will become familiar with the field of robotics and especially modern mobile robots, starting with a quick overview of fundamentals, and moving with a mix of theory and hands-on exercises all the way to real-world mapping and navigation of full-scale mobile robots. We will also slightly touch upon concepts related to robot perception as well as Human-Robot Interaction. We will work with multiple robot platforms both in simulation as well as in the physical world, including the well-established Pioneer P3-series.

Required knowledge:

* Basic Knowledge of Object Oriented Programming and Microcontroller-Based Systems
* Strong interest in creating innovative applications of robotics

Instructor: Dr Nikolaos Mavridis

The number of available spaces in this workshop is limited, and thus prior registration is required. After you register the School will contact you via email to confirm if your participation in the event has been successful. Please indicate your interest by registering here: http://bit.ly/1epbDJ5

The working language of the workshop is English. Attendance certificates will be provided upon prior request.

For IHU location directions, please click here.

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The International Hellenic University School of Science and Technology

and the Information Technologies Institute (ITI-CERTH)

are happy to invite you to a workshop titled

"Social Media Crawling and Mining"

on

Thursday, 8th May 2014, at IHU's Computer Labs from 12.00-16.00+

 

IHUSocial Sensor

 

Through this seminar, the students will become familiar with the area of social media monitoring and mining, and will be introduced to a distributed architecture for monitoring, analyzing and indexing social media content from multiple social networks. The base architecture has been developed by the SocialSensor project and leverages widely used open technologies, such as MongoDB, Solr, and Storm. The seminar will contain both a brief theoretical overview of the field of social media monitoring and mining, and hands-on exercises on a set of specific problems. In particular, the following topics will be covered:

  • Online Social Networks as a source of capturing valuable insights (presentation)
  • Monitoring social content: the SocialSensor crawler (hands-on)
  • Management of Social Network data
  • JSON storage and indexing using mongoDB (hands-on)
  • Full text indexing and search using Solr (hands-on)
  • Trend detection in social media (presentation)

 

Required knowledge:

  • Basic knowledge of Object-Oriented Programming with a focus on Java.
  • Experience with database and indexing systems with a focus on MongoDB and Solr.
  • Experience with the Eclipse IDE.

 

Instructors: Manos Schinas, Katerina Iliakopoulou, Symeon Papadopoulos, Yiannis Kompatsiaris

 

The number of available spaces in this workshop is limited, and thus prior registration is required. After you register the School will contact you via email to confirm if your participation in the event has been successful. Please indicate your interest by registering here: http://bit.ly/1epbDJ5

The working language of the workshop is English.

For IHU location directions, please click here.

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The International Hellenic University School of Science and Technology

and the Fedora Project

are happy to invite you to a workshop titled

"Fedora on ARM and the Raspberry Pi - Build your own Linux based operating system in an hour"

on

Friday, 28th March 2014, at IHU's Computer Labs from 13.00-16.00+

IHU

This workshop will walk you through the credit-card-size computer Raspberry Pi and the Fedora operating system which will help you create your own home server, media server or simply a cheap small size desktop computer. In addition you will learn how to create your own Linux based operating system. Are you a developer, gamer, IT student, teacher and do you want an operating system which will cover yours or your friends’ needs? Then join us to learn more!

The number of available spaces in this workshop is limited, and thus prior registration is required. After you register the School will contact you via email to confirm if your participation in the event has been successful. Please indicate your interest by registering here: http://bit.ly/1epbDJ5

The working language of the workshop is English. Attendance certificates will be provided upon prior request.

For IHU location directions, please click here.

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The power of Big Data Analytics: Prospects, Skills and Opportunities

26 February 2014, 18:00-20:00

 

Would you like to find out more about career prospects, research skills and business opportunities related to the emerging science of Big Data Analysis? A distinguished Professor at Ecole Polytechnique, France, Head of the DB-NET research group on Data & Web Mining, and two top industry executives from global leaders in software and databases will present their views and outline future trends and perspectives on research, innovation and challenges in Big Data. Examples will cover how prominent research groups and global ICT corporations, such as Microsoft and Oracle, have contributed towards the above directions.

Attendance is free to students, young ICT professionals, the general public and all those who wish to become familiar with emerging trends in Big Data Analysis.

Scientific Coordination: Prof. Ioannis Vlahavas, Dean, and Assist. Prof. Christos Tjortjis, School of Science and Technology

The working language of the event is English.

Registration: To register, please click here

For IHU location directions, please click here.

Transfer to IHU: There will be a free return bus service from downtown Thessaloniki (in front of the University of Macedonia on Egnatia Street) to the International Hellenic University. Time of departure is 17.15 (please arrive before that - priority will be given on a first come first served basis).

Due to the limited number of available seats on the bus, you are encouraged to register online for the event and indicate your transport preference at your earliest convenience

 

Event Programme and Presentations

18.00-18.05 Ioannis Vlahavas
Welcome Message
Dean, School of Science and Technology
International Hellenic University
18.05-18.15 Christos Tjortjis
Introduction
Assistant Professor, School of Science and Technology,
International Hellenic University
18.15-18.45 Michalis Vazirgiannis
Professor in LIX, Ecole Polytechnique
18.45-19.00 Break
19.00-19.20 Nicholas Molfetas
Server Business Group Lead, Microsoft Hellas
19.20-19.40 George Bourmas
Master Principal sales consultant and Engineered Systems Specialist,
Oracle Hellas S.A.
19.40-20.00 Discussion and closing remarks

 

Click here for more information into our MSc in ICT Systems and MSc in Energy Systems

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The International Hellenic University School of Science and Technology

is happy to invite you to a workshop titled

Introduction to MATLAB

on

Thursday, July 25th 2013

IHU

at IHU’s Computer Labs, Building A, 12.00-16.00

Are you a University student currently working on your thesis? Would you like to learn more about the most commonly used scientific platform worldwide? Then join us for this workshop, which will talk about the programming environment of MATLAB, a widely used scientific language that is used worldwide. We will focus on the following:

  • Introduction to MATLAB programming environment (12.00-13.00)
  • Building my first script (13.00-14.00)
  • Examples [plotting, solving a system of linear equations, polynomials, time series analysis] (14.00-15.00)
  • Building a script with functions (15.00-16.00)

The number of available spaces in this workshop is limited, and thus prior registration is required. After you register, and if your application for participation in the event has been successful, the School will contact you via email or phone to inform you. Please indicate your interest by registering here: http://bit.ly/16ylo1q

The working language of the workshop is English.

For IHU location directions, please click here.

This MATLAB workshop is taking place in the context of our MSc in ICT Systems programme. More information about this cutting edge programme, as well as the application process which is open until end September, available here.

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