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6. Digital technologies [clear filter]
Monday, May 6
 

08:30 SAST

South Africa-Sweden University Forum (SASUF) UNIZULU Colloquium
The fourth industrial revolution (4IR) refers to a set of highly disruptive technologies which are blurring the lines between the physical, digital, and biological spheres, collectively referred to as cyber-physical systems. Technologies such as cognitive computing, cloud computing, the internet of things, big data, augmented/virtual reality, 3D systems, artificial intelligence and power supply are transforming social, economic and political systems and putting huge pressure on leaders and policy-makers to respond. However, there are challenges inherent in the 4IR including job losses and disruption, ignoring decolonization and the potential for non-on-inclusive growth has the potential to increase social instability within countries.

Venue: Richards Bay Science Centre, University of Zululand
Contact details: Neil Davies Evans, EvansN@unizulu.ac.za, 0359026169/ 0829362370

Monday May 6, 2019 08:30 - 15:30 SAST
Richards Bay

11:00 SAST

Digital technologies and the future of production – practical applications and emerging research fields
This satellite event will consist of presentations, visits at CPUT research facilities, and visits at companies and organizations that are at the forefront of digital technologies in the Western Cape.

Keywords: Digital technologies, future of production, industry 4.0, big data.
Venue: Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Bellville campus
Contact details: Thomas Wolfgang Thurner, thurnert@cput.ac.za

Monday May 6, 2019 11:00 - 16:00 SAST
Cape Town
 
Tuesday, May 7
 

09:00 SAST

Making systems trustworthy by model checking and symbolic execution
Sustainable digitalization requires trustworthy systems. However, today’s ever-increasing software complexity makes it impossible to build dependable systems with traditional approaches. We will look at past and ongoing projects in program and system analysis and verification, which show how emerging research platforms can pave the way towards long-lived, dependable systems in the future.
In particular, we will have a session on Java Pathfinder, a Java program analysis tool that is developed by over 20 universities world wide, including Stellenbosch University and KTH. We will also look at other groundbreaking techniques in verification and advanced testing.

Find more information here: https://cyrille-artho.github.io/sasuf-workshop-2019/ 

Keywords: Trustworthy systems, software analysis, model checking, symbolic execution, fuzzing
Venue: Stellenbosch University, Computer Science Division
Contact details: Willem Visser, wvisser@cs.sun.ac.za

Tuesday May 7, 2019 09:00 - Wednesday May 8, 2019 12:00 SAST
Stellenbosch

12:00 SAST

NEPTTP-eSSENCE Workshop on MSc research work in data science
A collaboration on MSc and PhD education on eScience/Data Science and Engineering is being initiated between the eSSENCE consortium (www.essenceofescience.se) and the SA National e-Science Postgraduate Teaching and Training Platform (NEPTTP) ( http://www.escience.ac.za/). As part of the SASUF project “Joining forces of NEPTTP and eSSENCE” the SA and SE partners will organize a joint workshop with presentations of MSc thesis projects and discussions/interaction between the SA and SE students and supervisors.  
 
 Keywords (max 5):
Data Science, e-Science, MSc education

Contact person in South Africa (name, email, affiliation and phone): Turgay Celik and Casey Sparkes (Turgay.Celik@wits.ac.za, Casey.Sparkes@wits.ac.za ), University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
 
Proposed venue: University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
Suggested date: May 7, 2019
Suggested time/duration: 12h00 – 16h00

Tuesday May 7, 2019 12:00 - 16:00 SAST
Johannesburg