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Live from behind the walls

Event graphic: Live from behind the Walls, June 30th @ 3 pm

If you are interested in what is happening in the academic fields of software and digital technology in terms of research and innovation, join us for the next in the series of recurring events “Live from behind the walls”, June 30th, 3 pm CET.

Peter Gorm Larsen, Head of the Software section at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Aarhus University, will host the session. Both ECE researchers and research project partners from academia and industry will present their projects and findings.

Read more about the background for doing these events, in this announcement.

Present your work at future events

If you would like to present your work at one of the upcoming sessions, click here to submit your request. To submit a request you must be affiliated with digital research and innovation activities at Aarhus University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Videos

Check video from the previous events.


 

Program

15:00: Welcome to Live from behind the walls, Litte Dalsgaard, ORBIT Lab, Aarhus University

15:05: Setting the context, Peter Gorm Larsen, Aarhus University

15:10: An LSP extension for specification languages – Exemplified for VDM, Jonas Kjær Rask, Aarhus University

15:25: Provable cybersecurity for industrial control systems, Tomas Kulik, Aarhus University

15:45: Bearing Brains – Do the analysis where the data is, Morten Opprud, Aarhus University

16:00: Genetic Algorithms for Design-Space Exploration of Co-Simulations, Max Rose, Newcastle University

16:15: Enabling digital twin applications for the Desktop Robotti, Gill Lumer Klabbers, Aarhus University

16:25: Bio-inspired multimodal object recognition, Lasse Bonner and Daniel Buhl, Aarhus University

16:40: What is new in the INTO-CPS Application? Kristoffer Stampe Villadsen, Aarhus University

16:50: Closing remarks, Peter Gorm Larsen


 

 In collaboration with

Collaborator logos: ORBIT Lab, Aarhus University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, INTO-CPS, Poul Due Jensen Foundation, DIT4CPS, Hubcap, DIGIT – Aarhus University Centre for Digitalisation, Big Data and Data Analysis.


 

Who can participate?

This event is free and open to anyone with an interest in learning more about research and innovation within software and digital technology. Registration required – see below.


 

Language

The event will be in English.


 

Location

Online, via Microsoft Teams. You will receive a link via email when you have registered for the event.


 

Registration

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if you have any questions about this event, please contact ORBIT Lab Community Manager, Litte Dalsgaard: litte@ece.au.dk / 93 52 14 47


 

Videos from past events

If you missed our previous events, you can revisit them below. More videos will be added in the future.

 

 

Talks from the webinar, November 2020.