June 18, 2019 14:00 - 15:30
Põhja pst 27a Tallinn 10415 Estonia
GLAD (WP1 T5)
GÉANT Learning and Development (GLAD) is proud to be taking six talks to TNC19 this year as a part of Future Talent Programme. Finalists represent four European NRENs – FCCN, Belnet, GARR and MARnet – and will be presenting on two days of the conference.
During the Strike 2 you can see the following FTP finalists’ talks:
Project Fox, a quest for a statically typed embeddable programming language. In today’s world, most embeddable programming languages are dynamically typed – so, if you’re like me and prefer static typing, you’re out of luck! Speakers: Mr Pierre van Houtryve, (Haute Ecole Provinciale de Hainaut Condorcet (Mons, Belgium), Belnet)
FOG Computing as a Lifeline for E-Health Users. E-Health services are becoming ubiquitous in the modern world however, this connection comes at a price – latency is a main concern when dealing with enormous amounts of sensitive data, and especially so when the data is time-critical as well. Monitoring health parameters for individuals with chronic or life-threatening conditions is not just a luxury, but also a necessity. Speakers: Era Ajdaraga Krluku, (Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, MARnet)
Content interaction powered distance learning – Contact, pointing, immersion and feeling of presence. Development of a real-time cooperative interface for score/textual material in support to (music) distance learning and practicing on audio-video conference systems, open source, easily accessible and easily executable. Speakers: Enrico Pietrocola, (Consortium GARR)
Check out the TNC19 programme and join us in supporting the finalists and other presenters.