Located on the grounds of the porcelain factory with the same name, the Vista Alegre Museum exhibits the history of the evolution in the production of Portuguese porcelain. Inaugurated in 1964 it showcases to the public a wide range of magnificent examples of decorative and domestic porcelain.
|09:50||A message from the Director Prof. João Coutinho|
|10:05||AI tools in publishing|
Pascal Coupet (Elsevier)
|10:50||Coffee Break & Poster Session I|
|11:30||Round table with Associated Laboratories from University of Aveiro|
|12:30||Lunch Break & Exhibition of CICECO ERC Proof of Concepts and Research with Industry|
|14:00||Mental health in Academia|
Brian Cahill (TIB Leibniz)
|14:45||Round table - Career Management: Personal Insights|
|15:30||Designing a Digital Instrument as Gestural Controller Through Performance and Composition|
|16:00||PhD Student Pitch Competition|
|17:00||Coffee Break & Poster Session II|
|17:40||CICECO Awards Announcement|
Dr Brian Cahill works in the Learning and Skills Analytics Lab of the Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology in Hannover as Grant Manager of the COST Action CA19117 on Researcher Mental Health. He is a Member of the Governing Board of EuroScience and was Chair of the Marie Curie Alumni Association from March 2016 to February 2018. In these roles, he engaged with early-career researchers on topics ranging from researcher career development, innovation, research funding, science communication, science policy, researcher pensions, research integrity, responsible research and innovation and many more.
João Coimbra uses the studio as both a performance space and a sound-based compositional tool. Adding new elements to his studio setup to enrich the sound-based composition poses challenges, particularly in preserving the real-time connection between gestures and sound. João Coimbra's Ph.D. project addresses this issue by developing and mapping a digital musical instrument that generates sound through gestural control.
Pascal manages the Smart Content for Research department, which focus on automatically structuring and enriching content to support innovation in Elsevier products for the Research market. It includes NLP, machine learning, knowledge representation and big data experts, as well as the development of the new Elsevier All Sciences Taxonomy. Pascal has had a long and productive career in text and data mining. He developed TDM products for IBM and was one of the Co-Founders of Temis, a text and data mining company. While there, he served as both the CTO and R&D Manager.
Jornadas CICECO 2023 will hold an art exhibition devoted to the BEST and BRIGHTEST scientific photos. To participate please read the rules and submit your images in the link below until 15/9/2023.
Jury Prize - 200€People Choice Award - 200€
Submission deadline: 15/9/2023
We are seeking for the Brighter and Smarter PhD Candidate to demonstrate how important is your research, to a non-specialised audience, while promoting scientific culture and fostering interdisciplinary and knowledge generated at CICECO. One finalist for each of the CICECO Research Groups will have the opportunity to present during Jornadas CICECO on the 12th of October, in front of all CICECO Community.
All PhD students enrolled in the 2nd or following years of their PhD studies at CICECO are eligible for this competition.
Submission deadline: 20/6/2023
Group Pitch starts: 12/7/2023