Fragkiskos Gryllakis from UPRC visited CNR as a networking activity to discuss on the Santorini application scenario. Specifically he collaborated with the CNR group on enriching the social media data with semantic aspects.In the picture we see from the left Cristina Muntean, Lorenzo Gabrielli, Chiara Renso (CNR) and Fragkiskos Gryllakis (UPRC)
CNR researchers Vinicius Monteiro de Lira (ESR) and Emanuele Carlini (ER) already started their secondments to Dalhousie University in Halifax (Canada), hosted by Prof. Stan Matwin. The objective of their secondments is to develop methods to efficiently analysis vessels trajectories from AIS data. In the picture we see (from left to right) Lucas May Petry from our partner Federal University of Santa Catarina in Brazil, Amilcar Soares from Dalhousie, Emanuele Carlini from CNR, Prof. Stan Matwin from Dalhousie and Vinicius Monteiro de Lira from CNR. Below some pictures taken during the meetings at the Dalhousie offices.
Secondments of CNR researchers Chiara Renso (left), Andrea Michienzi (right) to Federal University of Ceara' hosted by Prof. Antonio Jose de Macedo (center) started! The objective is to study the graph properties of movement data and social media. In the pictures below we see Andrea presenting MASTER during his seminar.
Vinicius Monteiro de Lira (CNR), Jose de Macedo (UFC), Karine Zeitouni (UVSQ) and Livia Cruz (UFC) are at Mobile Data Management conference in Hong Kong! MASTER is presenting two papers: TrajSense: Trajectory Prediction from Sparse and Missing External Sensor Data (demo) Trajectory Prediction from a Mass of Sparse and Missing External Sensor Data From the left: Jose de Macedo, Karine Zeitouni, Vinicius de Lira, Livia Cruz disseminating MASTER! Vinicius Monteiro de Lira (CNR) won a Travel Award! Congrats Vinicius!
MASTER is present at the FATES Workshop at The Web Conference 2019, San Francisco, USA. FATES is the First Workshop on Fairness, Accountability, Transparency, Ethics for Web Society. MASTER contributes also with the paper "On Preserving Sensitive Information of Multiple Aspect Trajectories In-House" by Spyros Giotakis (in the photo) and Nikos Pelekis from our partner University of Piraeus (UPRC). The work presented introduces an algorithm (LENS) and a methodology for preserving privacy in querying multiple aspects trajectories in a in-house perspective.
Congratulations to our Harokopio and Federal University of Ceara' partners for having their paper accepted at the 23rd International Database Engineering & Applications Symposium (IDEAS) 2019 conference:Antonios Makris, Konstantinos Tserpes, Dimosthenis Anagnostopoulos, Mara Nikolaidou, Jose Antônio Fernandes de Macedo Title: "Database system comparison based on spatiotemporal functionality"This work is the result of the secondment of Antonios Makris to Federal University of Ceara'. Congratulations to all authors!