Computer Science / Telecom

Microtechnics - Computer Science - Jan 21
Microtechnics - Computer Science
ETH Pioneer Fellow Marcel Schuck is developing a robotic gripper that can manipulate small and fragile objects without touching them. The technology is based on sound waves. The small installation that Marcel Schuck has assembled on his workbench is reminiscent of a school physics lesson: an arrangement, comprising two semi-spheres and resembling a pair of headphones, is connected to a circuit board carrying microchips.
Computer Science - Jan 21
Computer Science

Rice researchers, collaborators create system for fast imaging of hidden objects Imagine a camera that can see around corners.

Life Sciences - Computer Science - Jan 16

A deep learning system can predict the structure of a protein using its genetic sequence more accurately than any previous modelling system, according to a study by researchers at DeepMind and UCL. Nearly every function our body performs relies on proteins.

Computer Science - Administration - Jan 15

Most of the people who built the first atomic bomb did not know what they were doing. But the scientists did. Some  of these Manhattan Project scientists never betrayed a hint of misgiving. But a group based at the University of Chicago, where the historic  controlled nuclear chain reaction had taken place , began to push back.

Life Sciences - Computer Science - Jan 15

Scientists at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the EPFL Blue Brain Project have developed 'Neuron_Reduce', a new computational tool that provides the scientific community with a straightforward capability to simplify complex neuron models of any cell type and still faithfully preserve its input-output properties while significantly reducing simulation run-time.

Computer Science - Jan 17

A new study finds that an interactive voice application using artificial intelligence is an effective way to monitor the well-being of people being treated for serious mental illness. Researchers from UCLA followed 47 people for up to 14 months using an application called MyCoachConnect.

Computer Science - Microtechnics - Jan 16

In the Human and Robot Partners (HARP) Lab at Carnegie Mellon University, a robot mounted to a table must choose between three candy dishes. The robot - a sleek, multi-jointed black arm - has a camera mounted to its two-fingered gripper.

Computer Science - Jan 15

Millions of screenshots sent from personal devices every five seconds will transform our understanding of everything from fake news to depression. As digital devices become ubiquitous in the world, so have concerns about the harmful effects of screen-related behaviors.

Physics - Computer Science - Jan 13
Physics - Computer Science

An international team of researchers from the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the University of Vienna established a quantum encrypted connection between Sicily and Malta via a submarine cable.

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Computer Science/Telecom - 11.01
Associate Professor for Computational Cognitive Science and Modelling (m/f) University of Luxembourg
Computer Science/Telecom - 07.01
E-Learning First-Level-Support (m/w) FHWien der WKW
Computer Science/Telecom - 20.01
Postdoctoral Researcher - Applied Operations Research / Optimisation (Mining) University of Sydney
Computer Science/Telecom - 17.01
Postdoctoral Research Fellow University of Queensland
Computer Science/Telecom - 08.01
University Assistant (post doc) Universität Wien
Computer Science/Telecom - 26.03.2014
Dozent/-in / Researcher IT Security Fachhochschule St. Pölten
Computer Science/Telecom - 06.01
Post-doctoral Research Fellow Katholieke Universiteit te Leuven (KU Leuven)
Physics - 16.01
Research Associate (m//f/d) Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
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