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TECoSA Seminar Series

We aim to bring you a TECoSA Seminar at the start of each month during the academic year. This year, the talks will be on-line (via Zoom) or hybrid (in collaboration with Ditigal Futures).
All are welcome to attend and we hope for some lively discussions. Email if you are interested in being on one of the panels. Join us!
[Dates for Spring 2024, all Thursdays kl.15-16 CET:
1 Feb, 7 March, 4 April, 2 May]

TECoSA Seminar Series Archive

Did you miss our earlier seminars? You can read more (and watch recordings of some of them) here:
2022-23 ~ 2021-22 ~ 2020-21

2023, THURSDAY 7 SEPTEMBER, kl.16 (note later start)
Safety Challenges for Automated Vehicles in the Absence of Connectivity
Akhil Shetty
Postdoctoral researcher, Dept of Mechanical Engineering at UC Berkeley, USA.
You can download the slides via the link below.

2023, THURSDAY 5 OCTOBER, kl.15
Configuration of Dependable Edge Computing Platforms for Virtualized Critical Control Applications
Paul Pop
Professor, Head of the Embedded Systems Engineering section at DTU Compute, DTU Technical University of Denmark.

A recording of this seminar is available via the TECoSA Members Area. The slides are available below.

2023, THURSDAY 2 NOVEMBER, kl.15
Learning Optimal Edge Processing with Offloading and Energy Harvesting
Francesco De Pellegrini
Professor of networking and AI at the University of Avignon, France.
The slides are available below.

2023, THURSDAY 7 DECEMBER, kl.15
Connected, Cooperative Automated Mobility Supported by Intelligent Infrastructure
Michael Buchholz, Institute of Measurement, Control and Microtechnology, ULM University, Germany.
The slides are available below.

2024, THURSDAY 1 FEBRUARY, kl.15
Evolving Wireless Technology Towards 6G: The vision behind the SweWIN Center
Emil Björnson, Professor of Wireless Communication at KTH
The slides are available below.

2024, THURSDAY 7 MARCH, kl.15
Software-Enabled Solutions for Human-on-the-Loop Autonomous Systems
Rebekka Wohlrab, Chalmers University of Technology. Assistant Professor in Software Engineering at Chalmers University of Technology, and adjunct at the Institute for Software Research at Carnegie Mellon University.

2024, THURSDAY 4 APRIL, kl.13.00-16.30
This month,we offer you a workshop instead of a seminar!
Trustworthy AI regulations and their industrial/societal implications
All are welcome to join in real life with lunch from kl.12 or via Zoom (please sign up – details provided on the main page, via the link above)

2024, THURSDAY 2 MAY, kl.15
Radio Positioning in 6G Communication Systems
Marina Petrova, Professor of Wireless Communications,, RWTH Aachen University