The interface for Dutch ICT-Research
27 & 28 November 2013 Van der Valk Hotel Eindhoven
ICT.OPEN 2013 was the place to be for (young) researchers to obtain knowledge and bring new insights. Pretty much every current ICT related research topic was discussed on 27 and 28 November in Eindhoven. Seventeen top speakers and six thematic tracks, with various presentations on Big Data, Components & Circuits, Cyber Security , Embedded Systems, Intelligent Systems and Software Engineering. Keynote speaker and TU/e professor Maarten Steinbuch gave a passionate presentation about cars that solve their own problems with ICT, Carlo van de Weijer, TomTom, called big data obtained through the community the best feedback for intelligent route information and the keynote speech of Spinoza winner Piek Vossen was about language courses for ICT.
During both days 170 poster presentations were well attended. The second day of ICT.OPEN ended with the presentation of the Poster Awards. The first prize went to Yigit Mahsereci from the Universität Stuttgart with his poster ‘A Flexible CMOS Stress Sensor for In -Plane Uniaxial Stress Measurement ‘. The second prize was won by Stefan Geuns (UT) and the third prize went to Sezer Karaoglu (UvA).
Besides the Poster Awards also the EIT ICT Labs Prize was awarded. Mohadig
Widha Rousstia (TU/e) won this prize. The Best dissertation award in 2012 was
for Cynthia Kop for her contribution to the promotion of IPA research. The Else
Kooi Price 2013 has been awarded to Mark Oude Alink, who graduated cum laude in
May for his doctorate at the University of Twente. The annual award recognizes
outstanding research in the field of micro-/nanoelektronica.
Finally, through a standing ovation was said goodbye to Dirk Strooband, who was an enthusiastic chairman of ICT.OPEN recent years.
Photography Marijn de Wijs
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