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The Federated Computer Science Event

Sasu Tarkoma, Joni-Kristian Kämäräinen, Tapio Pahikkala (Eds.), The Federated Computer Science Event, Unigrafia Oy, 2012.


The Federated Computer Science Event is a two-day conference that combines the traditional annual events of three societies in Finland: The Finnish Society for Computer Science, the Pattern Recognition Society of Finland, and the Finnish Artificial Intelligence Society. The theme of the event is "History and Future of Computer Science". The event celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Finnish Society for Computer Science and the 100th birthday of Turing.

The event is held at the Kumpula campus of the University of Helsinki (UH), and it is organized by the Department of Computer Science of UH. The aim of the event is to get together people representing different areas of computer science. The federated nature of the event allow the meeting of people across the subdisciplines of computer science. The programme of the event consists of keynote presentations by distinguished scientists, presentations based on peer-viewed articles, poster and demo sessions, and the social event at Kalastajatorppa.

I thank all the members of the organizing committee and people who have helped in the organization. We welcome you to the event at Kumpula campus, and to participate in the societies.

BibTeX entry:

  title = {The Federated Computer Science Event},
  editor = {Tarkoma, Sasu and Kämäräinen, Joni-Kristian and Pahikkala, Tapio},
  publisher = {Unigrafia Oy},
  year = {2012},
  ISBN = {978-952-10-8024-1},

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