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What is the risk that, following the return of travelers who have been infected, the Zika virus can spread in the Triveneto area? This is the question answered by a team of researchers from Fondazione Bruno Kessler in Trento, Fondazione Edmund Mach and Instituto Zooprofilattico delle Venezie in an article published in the latest issue of Eurosurveillance, a scientific specialized weekly journal (http://www.eurosurveillance.org).
Imagine yourself in a square, taking a picture with your smartphone and getting not just a ‘flat’ 2D picture you can send to your friends, but also an immersive 3D model of the buildings you have just captured.
After approval by the European Commission, the Simpatico (Simplifying the interaction with Public Administration)research project coordinated by Fondazione Bruno Kessler officially kicks off.
The deadline for applications is 04 March 2016 at 6 p.m. (Central Europe Time).
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The Marr prize, awarded every two years to the best scientific article on artificial vision, was won in the last edition by Trento-based Fondazione Bruno Kessler for a study conducted in collaboration with Microsoft and Carnegie Mellon University.
The memorandum of understanging between the City of Trento and Fondazione Bruno Kessler on “Smart Cities and Communities” signed today.
Fondazione Bruno Kessler’s BringTheFood project will be featured on the November 7 show on RAI 2. (v.l.) Thanks to BringTheFood over 480 tons of food have been recovered and donated, that have helped over 19 000 people.The app that prevents food wastage designed by researchers at Trento based Fondazione Bruno Kessler will be featured in the show hosted by RAI science journalist Giorgio Pacifici broadcast on RAI 2 Saturday, November 7 in the TG2 “St
Today, the final results of the eSecurity project were presented in Trento. This georeferenced information system combines and organizes old and new data to automatically produce city risk maps. Funded with roughly 400 thousand Euros by the EU, the project is a collaborative effort between eCrime (University of Trento), the Trento Police Department, FBK, and the City of Trento.
Nicholas Ruiz, who works with the HLT-MT (Human Language Technology - Machine Translation) Research Unit at the Center for Information and Communication Technology (FBK-ICT), was awarded the "Best Student Paper Award" at the INTERSPEECH conference in Dresden (Germany), the largest world event on langu