Today, 4. 9. 2014 at 10:15, student Aleksander Fabijan will defence his thesis at the Faculty of Computer and Information Science. Thesis titled Online Algorithms for Graph Partitioning into Cliques was written under supervision of his mentor dr. Andrej Brodnik and co-mentor prof. dr. Bengt J. Nilsson. Thesis is available at FRI eprints.
The Summer school 2014 for college students has ended. The workshop was focused on students already keen of programming who wanted to learn more on algorithms and data structures, especially aimed for computer programming competitions. The workshop was organised by dr.
We invite all graduate students, as well as researchers interested in an in-depth introduction to algorithms and data structures to The Ljubljana Algorithms and Data Structures Summer School 2014 - LADS3 2014. The summer school will take place on September 1-5, 2014 at the new building of University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Computer and Information Science.
Bogdán Zaválnij, University of Pécs, Hungary will have an invited lecture at Algorithms and data structures 2 course on Thursday, 29 May 2014 at 7:30 in Lecture room 2, Tržaška 25. He will talk about the Monte Carlo and Las Vegas methods and about the parallel programming using MPI. He will also demonstrate the execution of algorithms on one of their super computers.
Link to the APS2 slides.
On Friday, May 9th, at 11:00 in LALG there was a presentation by Annamária Szenkovits, a guest PhD student at our lab. The talk is summarized below.
Model-based testing for reactive systems. Intelligent approaches.
Andrej Tolič will present his PhD thesis disposition titled Efficient deduplication in distributed storage systems. The presentation will take place on Wednesday 7th May 2014 at 20:30 in Lecture room 11.
The presentation will be recorded and streamed online using Arnes Vox:
Webcamp on Saturday, 26. 4. 2014 at Trzaska 25
This will be a general talk about ipv6, where you’ll see how you can get ipv6 in slovenia. I’ll show you some benefits of having ipv6 and well see that most of these benefits are useless because of lame ipv6 support in software. Then I’ll share what obstacles I’ve had to go through while trying to support ipv6 on various servers.
On Tuesday, 24 April, 2014 at 12.15 in PR-08, the 62nd seminar FRI will be hosted by the Faculty of Computer and Information science. The lecture will be given by dr. Miklós Krész from the University of Szeged.