GARR has launched a Selection based on qualifications and examinations for the recruitment of 5 personnel.
In the new issue we talk about robotics, artificial intelligence and network, gathering the experience of researchers from the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT), the analysis of the expert of AI Prof. Luigia Carlucci Aiello and the story of the use of intelligent robots in the medical-rehabilitation field by the Fondazione Stella Maris of Pisa and the Istituto di BioRobotica of the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna.
The SWING project, dedicated to innovation and collaboration in the field of higher musical education, officially kicked-off in Trieste on last 26 and 27 november. SWING, is the acronym of Synergic Work Incoming New Goals for Higher Education Music Institutions.
It’s possible to send proposal within the NGI_Trust project,coordinated by the pan-European research and education network GÉANT, for a better Internet.
Yesterday, a cable was accidentally cut during the works for the construction of the third lane of the highway A4 and caused the complete interruption of the Internet service in a wide area of the plain of Friuli.
15 young researchers, including the 10 winners of the 2018 call for the "Orio Carlini" scholarships, and those who had their scholarship prolonged for a research activity started with the previous call, will present their projects on next 6 December, at the seventh "scholarship day", to be held at GARR headquarters in Rome.
Until 15th April, it is possible to send contributions to the 2019 GARR Conference "Connecting the future", which will take place at Polytechnic University of Turin from 4 to 6 June.
GÉANT and RedCLARA, on behalf of the BELLA (Building the Europe Link to Latin America) Consortium, are announced the signature of the contract for the construction of the EllaLink submarine fibre optic cable system that will provide direct connectivity between Europe and Latin America.
With the connection speed of 200 Gigabits per second, CNAF, the national computing center of INFN (National Institute of Nuclear Physics), is the first site in Italy to have such a high speed connection to the global geographical network, thanks to the close collaboration with the GARR research network.