Introduction to Android
Application Development, by Mr. Sahasbhop, CSIM alumnus,
Vervata Co., Ltd.
Saturday, Aug. 21, 2011, 13:30, CSIM #209.
The seminar, with hands-on session, will cover the following contents:
Majority Spanning Trees and Contrees and Their Applications, by Prof. Mohammad
Friday, Jul. 29, 11:00, CSIM #209.
A new class of spanning trees, called Majority Spanning trees, and
Majority Cotrees have been defined and their existence in digraphs, with
non-negative weights on edges, have been established. The applications
of Majority Spanning Trees to Minimum Connection Time Problem and
Optimal Ranking of a Round Robin Tournament have been shown.
Creating knowledge of services, by Prof. Tsutomu Fujinami, JAIST.
Jul. 4 – 8, 2011, CSIM #209.
The seminar aims to give
in-depth insights in Knowledge Science and Service Science which are
relatively new areas to Thailand. This seminar is held to commence the AIT-JAIST-NECTEC-SIIT collaboration
on Dual Doctoral Degree Program in Service Science.
Google Summer of Code information seminar, by Waheed Iqbal, Doctoral student, AIT.
Tuesday, Mar. 15, 13:00, CSIM #209.
Every year Google Summer of Code (GSoC) provides stipends for students
to contribute to top open-source projects. The 2011 Google Summer of Code
(GSoC) program has now been announced and we want to encourage students to
participate in the program. Successful participants receive a 5,000 USD
stipend and get to brag that they made a solid contribution to a
world-class open-source project. This would look really really good on your
Last year one of our students, Waheed Iqbal, successfully participated in
the program and had a very good experience. It not only provided him with
some spending money, but it also expanded his breadth in his particular
field of research (cloud computing infrastructure), and, through cooperation
with the labs coordinating the project, has already led to citations to his
work in Scopus and the possibility of an internship at INRIA.
So Waheed will share his experience with us, encourage students to
participate, and give some tips on how to win the proposal and how to
impress the mentoring organization.
The Softwarepark Hagenberg in Australia:
Opportunities for Students, Researchers and Companies, by Bruno Buchberger,
Head of Softwarepark Hagenberg,
Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2011, 10:00 , CSIM #209.
The Softwarepark Hagenberg is the largest technology park in Central
Europe focusing on Software and related subjects. By now, 2500 people
live, work, and study in the Softwarepark Hagenberg. Private / public
investment exceeds 120 mio Euro by now, expansion is happening with
Professor Bruno Buchberger, the founder and head of the Softwarepark
Hagenberg, will explain how students, researchers, and companies may
utilize the many opportunities within the Softwarepark:
work at the ten Research Institutions and over 50 companies within
study, in close interaction with the research institutions and
companies, in international programs (computer science and math) at the
PhD, master's, and bachelor level (study language English);
start up new companies and open branches of existing companies.
Tuition fees are moderate and fellowships are available for highly
qualified and motivated students. Equity and venture capital is
available for start-up companies.
Austria has a unique, central geo-political position within the European
it is known for its culture, history, landscape and stable social and
It is one of the most prosperous countries within the EU.
Cloud Computing: What, Why, and How, by Rafiul Ahad, VP of Product Development, Oracle Corporation
Monday, Feb. 14, 2011, 11:00, Milton Bender Auditorium.
Cloud computing has the potential for reducing software development,
test, and deployment costs for enterprises. It is also a promising
paradigm for making the data centers more efficient. In this talk I
will present the rationale for cloud computing, explain the definition
of cloud computing provided by NIST, and discuss various technologies
that make up cloud computing.