WORKSHOP SAPIENZA – SONY CSL

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The Physics Dept. of Sapienza welcomes the SONY Computer Science Laboratories, a unique reality within the SONY galaxy dedicated to basic research. The meeting will be an opportunity for a mutual comparison on research and development prospects.

April the 6th 2018
h 15-19
Sala Organi Collegiali del Rettorato
Sapienza University of Rome

SONY Computer Science Laboratories Sony CSL was founded in February 1988 to conduct research in computer science. Its mission was “to contribute extensively to social and industrial development through original research that looks ahead to the 21st century and has the potential to achieve breakthroughs in computer technology.” Nowadays CSL represents a open minded environment where researchers are stimulated to contribute to science in ways that would make a positive impact on human life. Visit SONY CSL website

Program

h 15:00-15:30 Welcome address by Rector Eugenio Gaudio and by Director of the Physics Dept. Prof. Paolo Mataloni

h 15:30-15:50 Deputy Rector for Research Prof. Teodoro Valente: Presentation of the Sapienza system

h 15:50-16:20 Lecture of Prof. Hiroaki Kitano, (President and CEO of Sony Computer Science Laboratories
Head of the Systems Biology Institute (SBI)
Professor at Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST))

h 16:20-16:40 Presentation by Dr. Tetsu Natsume, (SONY-CSL, Senior General Manager of the Technology Promotion Office)

h 16:40-17:00 Coffee break

h 17:00-18:30 Presentations of Sapienza Highlights:
Luciano Pietronero Economic Fitness and Complexity
Roberto Navigli From text to concepts and back: going multilingual with BabelNet in a step or two
Daniele Nardi Artificial Intelligence in Robotic Bodies
Andrea Vitaletti New technologies for transport of artworks
Fabio Sciarrino Quantum information on a photonics chip
Roberto Di Leonardo An immersive platform for holographic micro-manipulation
Mauro Maione An urban biorefinery to convert organic waste into bio-base plastics

h 18:30-19:30 Networking aperitif

The workshop is organized by the Physics Department of Sapienza University of Rome.

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