The Social Computing Research Centre at the Cyprus University of Technology provides a select cohort of Postgraduate and PhD students the opportunity to network, expand their knowledge and enhance their skills.
There are two summer schools to choose from under the themes ‘Social Computing in the Big Data Era’ and ‘Usable Security and Privacy in Online Social Networks’, within the scope of the EU-funded projects NOTRE and ENCASE respectively.
Both summer schools feature a range of speakers from renowned institutions that include the University College London (UCL), Aristotle University of Thessalonikis (AUTH) and the University of Düsseldorf as well as industry partners such as Telefonica. The summer schools are taught in parallel with intensive morning lecture sessions and afternoon study sessions while one day has been allocated for a visit.
All participants, who successfully complete the summer school, will receive a Summer School Certificate of Attendance (6 ECTS) from the Cyprus University of Technology.
On April 21st, 2017 the first Review of ENCASE took successfully place at the Università Degli Studi Roma TRE – Italy
In April 10, 2017 Associate Prof. Nick Bassiliades of the Aristotle University presented a lecture on Web Information Extraction, Sematic Entity Identification and Linking”.
The talk covered some aspects of Web Information Extraction so that extracted entities can be uniquely identified by semantic similarity search in Web knowledge bases (a.k.a. Linked Open Data) and linked to their similar entities in these datasets