The 23rd IEEE Symposium on Communications and Vehicular Technology (IEEE SCVT) will be organized at the University of Mons on November 22nd, 2016.
More information on the conference web site : http://www.ieeescvtbenelux.org
Seminar by Miguel Campusano (University of Chile), on 20/10/2016: "Live programming the behavioral layer of robots"
On April 17th 2016, Emilien Peretti (Computer Science student) presented
his master project about the humanod robot NAO during the "Crazy
Machine Challenge" at the Lotto Mons Expo, co-organized by UMONS and
Google. The viewers could discover the maze routing strategies and the basics of computer vision.
Jef Wijsen, professor in the Department of Computer Science, has received the ACM SIGMOD Research Highlight Award 2015. This
award is given by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) to the eight most important scientific contributions
published in 2015 in the domain of data management. An article describing the award-winning contribution appeared in SIGMOD Record.
Seminar by Hugues Bersini (ULB), on 21/1/2016: "Quand l'informatique réinvente la sociologie !"
Seminar by Jan Chomicki (Buffalo University), on 8/12/2015: "Preferences, Queries, Logics"
During a summer stay in the Computer Science Department of the UMONS Science Faculty, Anthony
Rouneau, master student, taught a NAO humanoid robot to copy in real time
moves performed by a human being in front of it.
Other research projects and works using these robots are under way ...
A former student in computer science of the Faculty of Science in the winning team of the IBM Best Student Recognition Event 2015 which took place in July.
Gauvain Devillez, student in computer science of the Faculty of Science
talks about his MA1 project (2013-2014) on TéléMB.
Mickaël Randour, researcher at the Computer Science Departement of the Faculty of Science, has been selected to participate to the 2nd
Heidelberg Laureate Forum, which will take place
in September 2014.
Un monstre parmi les cubes - Printemps des Sciences 2014 - UMONS. Live demonstration of a game developed for Sifteo Cubes by Gauvain Devillez, master student in computer sciences (Faculty of Sciences, UMONS, Belgium) under guidance of Tom Mens and Hadrien Melot.
BattleKart - News from RTL TVI (26/07/13): a former Computer Science student and a former student from the UMONS Faculty of Engineering
worked together to build the daring Battlekart project !
Interview with Wolfgang THOMAS, Full Professor of Computer Science at RWTH Aachen (Germany), Doctor Honoris Causa UMONS 2013.