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December 2018

2nd European Chaos Engineering Day

December 5, 2018 @ 09:00 - 17:00
KTH (Lindstedtsvägen 24), Lindstedtsvägen 24
Stockholm, Sweden
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The goal of the workshop is to gather the European chaos engineering community. You will see great talks, learn about chaos engineering, advanced Devops technology and meet cool people. Speakers: Lorin Hochstein, Netflix, Keynote speaker Philipp Leiter, Chalmers   Website of the event with more info: https://www.chaos.conf.kth.se Please RSVP on the meetup platform at https://www.meetup.com/Stockholm-Chaos-Engineering-Community/events/251943606/ KTH, Lindstedtsvägen 24, Room Fantum, Stockholm.  

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January 2019

“Digitalization Disrupts: Software, Data and AI” – Invited talk by Helena Holmström Olsson

January 25 @ 10:00 - 11:00
KTH (Brinellvägen 85), Brinellvägen 85
Stockholm, 11428 Sweden
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Abstract: Digitalization is rapidly transforming not only software-intensive companies but all companies and society in large. Typically, digitalization is understood as using software and data to offer significantly improved products, pure software products as well as digital and data-driven services with the intent to create new revenue opportunities and replace traditional business models with new business models. However, despite the many opportunities, most companies fail in building new core capabilities and they struggle with transitioning towards new digital ways-of-working. This talk…

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PhD dissertation by Didem Gürdür (Data and Visual Analytics for CPS)

January 25 @ 13:00 - 16:00

Title: Data and Visual Analytics for Cyber-physical Systems: Current Situation and Strategies for Action. More info: https://bit.ly/2SSwQ68 Thesis on DIVA: https://www.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:1266060/FULLTEXT01.pdf

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February 2019

Sweden – Finland Joint ICT/Digitalisation Project Planning Workshop

February 5 @ 10:30 - 16:00

The Swedish innovation agency Vinnova and Business Finland organise a project planning workshop 5 February, and locally arranged by CASTOR. The event targets representatives from small, medium sized or large enterprises, universities and research institutes. Previous similar events in Stockholm and Helsinki has led to set-up of several successful industry driven European and international projects with participants from Sweden and Finland. The goal with the event is to identify proposals for collaborative projects with a core of project participants from…

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Talk by Peter Stuckey – Certifying Optimality in Constraint Programming

February 12 @ 11:00 - 12:00
ADA room, Floor 4, Elevator A, Electrum, Kista, Electrum 229, Kistagången 16
Kista, 164 40 Sweden
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Talk by Peter Stuckey - Monash University Title: Certifying Optimality in Constraint Programming AbstractDiscrete optimization problems are one of the most challenging class of problems to solve, they are typically NP-hard. Complete solving approaches to these problems, such as integer programming or constraint programming, are able to prove optimal solutions. Since complete solvers are highly complex software objects, when a solver returns that it has proved optimality, how confident can we be in this result? The short answer is not very. Constraint programming (CP) solvers can hide difficult to observe…

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