Tietojenkäsittelytieteen päivät / Symposium on CS in Finland
The event is organized by the Finnish Society for Computer Science, the CS departments of the University of Helsinki and Aalto University, and the Helsinki Institute for Information Technology.
This year the theme is "Data Science & AI." Do we need data science and what is its relationship to AI? Where is the AI research going at the moment, and where after the next 10 and 20 years? The symposium seeks answers to these questions, among others. The program is accessible to a general CS audience - you need not be an AI expert.
The program also includes traditional award sessions. The first day (Aug 31) we join the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the CS department of the University of Helsinki, which also include a scientific program.
See the event web page.
Thursday August 31 at 13:00-19:00 (UH Main Building, Helsinki)
* 50 Years of CS in Helsinki Jubilee Seminar
Friday September 1 at 9:00-17:30 (TUAS Building of Aalto, Espoo)
* Keynotes: Prof. Matti Pietikäinen, University of Oulu; Prof. Henry Tirri, Senior Advisor, Harman International
* Panel discussion: "Data science & AI: What to research and teach"
* Awards: Best MSc and doctoral theses, the Information Systems Person of the Year
* Posters and demos
See the full program here.
Please note that registrations including the dinner option should be made by August 10. Registration to the day programme only, can still be made after this date.
CALL FOR POSTERS AND DEMOS
Bring your poster or present a demo!
Posters and demos related to the theme "Data Science & AI" are solicited, presenting recent research or a mission of a research group. Submission of short descriptions by email (email@example.com) by August 5, acceptance notification by August 8, 2017 (we may not be able to accept all due to limited space). Please include the string "Päivät 2017" in the title of the email; in the body, include a short description of the type and content of the poster/demo and the presenter's email address; also tell whether you need a table, a poster stand (portrait), or both.
Mikko Koivisto (firstname.lastname@example.org), Otto Seppälä (email@example.com)