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  • by · Oct 7, 2015

    PechaKucha Night Plzeň #14 - Centrální výrobna jídel Belgičan Serge Borenstein přijel poprvé do Prahy těsně po sametové revoluci. Zamiloval si čtvrť Karlín, již dokázal díky své developerské společnosti proměnit během relativně krátké doby v místo s dobrou adresou, kde se daří významným firmám, byznysu i vynikajícím gastronomickým podnikům, v místo pro život. 25.08.2015 www.pechakuchaplzen.cz www.facebook.com/PechaKuchaNightPlzen

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  • by · Sep 20, 2015

    We’re working on increasingly complex websites. There’s a temptation to match this growth with increasingly complex solutions. But there’s a real value in keeping things simple…or at least starting things simple. If you can build a solid robust foundation, there’s a good chance that your work will be future-friendly. Prepare to have your brain subtly rewired as we look beneath the surface-level implementation details of the web to reveal the semantic structure below. Whether you’re publishing content or building the latest hot app, the principle of progressive enhancement will change the way you think about your work.

    Enhance!

    #WebExpo

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  • by · Sep 20, 2015

    The conceptual model of 4D content is one that takes into account not just the length and width of a content asset, but looks at 'depth’ (related content, social layers, 'drill down’) and 'time’ (dynamic, contextually-relevant and personalised content). It is a model to support adaptive content personalisation on any device or channel. Our audiences are ever more adept at ignoring us on an ever growing number of channels. We are still reeling from the surge of mobile devices in all their many forms, but we can see wearable technologies and augmented reality bearing down on us like a freight train. To respond we must rethink how we work with content at a undamental level. The world is four-dimensional place (length, width, depth and time), but we were raised and trained to think of content as flat, 2D deliverables. How can we actually create and deliver content for everyone and no one at once? How can we create words and images like Lego that can be dynamically built into relevant and valuable content for the right person and the right context? How can we do all this coherently, without the train hitting us and smashing our messages into a fragmented mess? By changing our mindsets, and adopting a content strategy that can support today’s content initiatives. Join this session and take the first step in the right direction.

    Multidimensional Content Strategy: A Plan for Dodging the Oncoming Train

    #WebExpo

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  • by · Sep 19, 2015

    Animations are often viewed as a secondary or luxury step. This presentation will assert that it should not be so. While digital screens reduce our senses to sight and hearing, we can enhance the user experience through animation. There are ways of developing animations without the knowledge of motion design. You can create branding patterns for mobile and web with basic knowledge and tools. Good storytelling helps users understand what is happening at any given moment. We can apply this important skill when designing rich user experience and visual interactions. Discover ways of prototyping and animation methods which will effectively lead a user’s experience.

    Animation for interfaces

    #WebExpo

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  • by · Sep 19, 2015

    The user experience design discipline is stagnating at a dangerous time. Its core mindsets, methods, and tools have been successful over the last decade, but are becoming poorly suited to the challenges of 2015 and beyond.

    Product Design for Tomorrow

    #WebExpo

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  • by · Sep 15, 2015

    Zvyšující se schopnosti počítačů tlačí architekturu do nové domény dosud nepoznaných detailů - materiálnosti, struktury a estetiky - a podněcují obnovenou diskusi o kontinuální vs. diskrétní povaze architektonických systémů. Increased computational capabilities push architecture into a new domain of previously unseen detail, materiality, structure and aesthetics - fuelling a renewed discussion about the continous versus discrete nature of architectual systems.

  • by · Sep 14, 2015

    Polyomino je výzkumný projekt, který zkoumá koncepty kombinačního designu v herním prostředí jako nástroje pro vytvoření formy. Hráč má k dispozici interaktivní rozhraní, jež mu umožňuje umisťovat a otáčet různými jednotkami generujícími vzory a architektonické formace. Platforma hry poskytuje hráčům vytisknout objekty z herního prostředí ve 3D. Projekt je v současné době sponzorován společností Stratasys. Polyomino is a research project that explores notions of combinatorial design within a game engine as the means for the production of form. A player is presented with an interactive interface that allows them to place and rotate different units generating patterns and architectual formations. The game platform allows players to generate 3D printed objects from the game enviroment. The project is currently sponsored by Stratasys.

  • by · Sep 20, 2015

    We’re working on increasingly complex websites. There’s a temptation to match this growth with increasingly complex solutions. But there’s a real value in keeping things simple…or at least starting things simple. If you can build a solid robust foundation, there’s a good chance that your work will be future-friendly. Prepare to have your brain subtly rewired as we look beneath the surface-level implementation details of the web to reveal the semantic structure below. Whether you’re publishing content or building the latest hot app, the principle of progressive enhancement will change the way you think about your work.

    Enhance!

    #WebExpo

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  • by · Oct 3, 2012

    "Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember, involve me and I'll understand." Our designs focus on human interaction and engaging your audience. We don't expect them to sit back and relax, we take them on a graphic journey and surprise them.

    Trapped in Suburbia

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  • by · Aug 23, 2013

    Velodyne's Director of Sales & Marketing, Wolfgang Juchmann will be presenting Velodyne's unique real-time, 3D LiDAR sensors popular for Mobile Mapping mounted on terrestrial, maritime and airborne platforms.With 32/64 lasers and detectors spinning at up to 20Hz, point clouds of a 360º environment can measure distance and reflectivities at a rate of 1.3M data points per second. The multiple beam and detector configuration not only enhances the data capturing rate to one of the fastest commercially on the market, but also allows measuring geo-spatial objects from different angles thereby minimizing shadows and dead spots. The calibrated reflectivity data allows for easy detection of retro-reflectors like street-signs, lane-markings and license plates.Wolfgang's presentation will introduce the advantages of Velodyne's sensors paired with real life examples based on customer experiences in the world of mapping, autonomous driving and even for security and surveillance applications.

    LiDAR

    #GeoMeetup

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  • by · Aug 23, 2013

    Agricultural productivity on modern farms is often below 50%. One of the contributing factors to low farm efficiency is lack of data. Planting, irrigation, disease, and harvest problems affecting ultimate crop yield are not detected early enough, while precautionary measure are often taken in the absence of real time crop health data. Accurate georeferenced aerial imagery presents an opportunity to diagnose problems early on, as well as inform decisions to be made in the next planting cycle. Existing manned solutions however are expensive and provide infrequent feedback as a result.

    Drones for Mapping

    #GeoMeetup

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  • by · Sep 10, 2013

    The Giant Magellan Telescope project is an international collaboration to design, build and operate a 25m telescope for research in astrophysics and cosmology. The GMT primary mirror is comprised of seven 8.4m diameter segments, providing both a collecting area and diffraction-limited image concentration that are an order of magnitude better than those offered by current facilities. The telescope will be located at Las Campanas Observatory in Chile. With its large collecting area and state of the art adaptive optics system the GMT will have a uniquely powerful combination of sensitivity and angular resolution. I will describe how the GMT can advance our understanding of a broad range of astronomy and astrophysics. Key areas of the GMT science program range from studies of planets in orbit around nearby stars to the observations of galaxy formation in the first few hundred million years after the big bang. State of the art instruments will allow us to measure the masses of black holes at the centers of galaxies over a broad range of redshifts and to probe the evolution of galaxy structures – spiral disks, bars, bulges – as the Hubble sequence came into being. The greatest excitement for any new facility of this scale, however, is the potential for new and unexpected discoveries and I will discuss how GMT will open new discovery space.

    The Giant Magellan Telescope Project

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  • by · Aug 23, 2013

    Online mapping portals have introduced consumers and engineers to geospatial data, the problem is that this data is old and new satellite image data is expensive.Skybox Imaging is on the verge of launching the first of our imaging satellites. This talk will introduce the image data that the satellites will deliver, demo some example applications that enable data driven decisions on a world scale.

    Micro-Satellites

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  • by · Oct 23, 2014

    Mathematical methods, in particular those coming from combinatorics and logic, find applications in various areas of computer science. An area where such methods are often used is algorithm and data structure design. However, many important algorithmic problems are hard in the sense of computational complexity and it is unlikely that they can be efficiently solved in full generality. One of the approaches to cope with this is based on restricting the hardness by an appropriate parameterization, e.g., by restricting the structure of input data or the logic complexity of considered problems. The lecture will start with a demonstration how mathematical methods can be used to design an algorithm for a particular problem. The case study presented will be used to introduce concepts from the parameterized complexity and some of the basic results in this area. At the end of the lecture, we will give several general results that were proved using methods from combinatorics and logic. These results known as algorithms metatheorems guarantee the existence of efficient algorithms for a wide range of algorithmic problems.

  • od · 19. září 2013

    Jesse Paquette leads the development of new features and pipelines that enhance user experience, particularly in the life sciences domain. Prior to Ayasdi, Jesse was a computational biologist at UCSF. He maintains an impressive collection of scar tissue, perpetuated by weekly overdoses of pickup soccer. With the rise of sports data collection companies like Opta Sports and Prozone, professional soccer is rapidly becoming a data-driven sport. Teams are now presented with an overwhelming challenge – they know these data hold the key to understanding playing styles, team success and optimal player performance, but they lack the tools. Ayasdi was founded in 2008 as an offshoot of the Stanford Math Department. Its software platform, Iris, uses Topological Data Analysis (TDA) to identify patterns of similarity between data points (players) over many dimensions (statistics). Recently, Jesse Paquette assisted The Economist magazine in producing a TDA network showing player similarity across two years of the English Premier League (EPL). In this session, Jesse will explain TDA and how it can be used by professional soccer teams to achieve Moneyball-like results from player data. What's GeekdomSF? GeekdomSF is a collaborative space for developers and startups. They provide easy access to great people to scale your idea faster. Learn more or find them on Twitter.

    The shape of soccer

    #Zipfian Academy

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    A civic association KRUH (Circle) was founded in 2001 by a group of architecture students at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague. Focus of our activities lies in an ongoing cycle of lectures on architecture held by leading Czech and foreign architects and architecture critics. In addition to that, we have organized excursions to contemporary architectural realisations and film festivals. During ten years of our activity, we have provided almost 200 lectures (e.g. series of lectures 'Across Swiss Architecture' – in cooperation with a Swiss foundation Pro Helvetia and Swiss Embassy in Prague), three excursions abroad, two film festivals on architecture, an exhibition, and published four collective anthologies with texts on architecture. All our activities gained both a favourable public response (200 – 500 visitors per lecture, 2000 visitors at film festival) and a response of professional press (awarded Architekt magazine prize in 2003). So far we have lined up lectures by significant figures of contemporary architecture eg. Aaron Betsky, Eva Jiřičná, Jan Kaplický, Luigi Snozzi, Mario Botta, Dietmar Eberle, Francisco Mangado and as well many starting Czech architects. In all we do our goal is to create a continuous dialogue about contemporary issues among architects, architecture theorists and public. Our target group consists of architecture students, architects, construction engineers, humanities students and last but not least the general public. This year our programme is focused on lectures and presentation of recent projects, which came out from important architecture competitions in Czech Republic. The aim of the project is to show what is happening right now in architecture, what is new and progressive for architects, and how they deal with the idea of competition.
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    Společnost pro kognitivní vědu a filosofii je původně studentskou organizací při Katedře filosofie Vysoké školy ekonomické v Praze s cílem sdružovat přátele filosofie a vědy a zabývat se zejména aktuálními tématy, která jdou nad rámec standardní výuky filosofie a kognitivních věd, jež na VŠE probíhá.
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    Seminář se bude scházet vždy 4. čtvrtek v měsíci v 16 hod. (s výjimkou letních měsíců a prosince), a to buď v budově FEL ČVUT na Karlově náměstí, nebo v budově MFF UK na Malostranském náměstí. Jeho program bude tvořen hodinovou přednáškou, po níž bude následovat časově neomezená diskuse. Základem přednášky by mělo být něco (v mezinárodním měřítku) mimořádného nebo aspoň pozoruhodného, na co přednášející přišel a co vysvětlí způsobem srozumitelným a zajímavým i pro širší informatickou obec. Přednášky budou standardně v angličtině. Formát semináře připravil přípravný výbor ve složení Roman Barták (MFF UK), Michal Chytil (ÚI AVČR), Pavel Kordík (FIT ČVUT), Jan Kybic (FEL ČVUT), Michal Pěchouček (FEL ČVUT), Jiří Sgall (MFF UK), Vojtěch Svátek (FIS VŠE), Michal Šorel (ÚTIA AV ČR), Tomáš Werner (FEL ČVUT), Filip Železný (FEL ČVUT) Idea Pražského informatického semináře vznikla z rozhovorů představitelů několika vědeckých institucí na téma, jak odstranit zbytečnou fragmentaci informatické komunity v ČR.
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    CZE Galerie Jaroslava Fragnera, sídlící v historickém centru Prahy, je jednou z mála galerií v České republice věnujících se výhradně prezentaci architektury. Existuje již déle než půl století a od roku 2006 ji provozuje spolek Architectura. Pravidelně jsou zde představováni čeští, evropští i světoví autoři, zejména progresivní ateliéry střední a nastupující generace. GJF dlouhodobě spolupracuje s řadou evropských architektonických galerií a center i vzdělávacích institucí. Úzce spolupracuje s uměleckými a technickými vysokými školami, pořádá mezinárodní konference, exkurze, vydává publikace, pořádá i hostí přednášky. Zabývá se rovněž prezentací české tvorby v zahraničí a uspořádala několik větších přehlídek současné české architektonické tvorby. Autorské výstavy se týkají aktuálních témat, portrétů renomovaných osobností i historie 20. století. V posledních letech se GJF věnuje také problematice veřejného prostoru, udržitelné architektury a konverzí industriálních památek v podobě samostatných výstav i festivalů. ENG The Jaroslav Fragner Gallery is located in the historic centre of Prague and is one of the few galleries in the Czech Republic devoted solely to the presentation of architecture. There is already more than half a century tradition, and since 2006 it has been operated by the Architectura association. Authors from the Czech Republic, Europe and the world, especially progressive studios of middle and upcoming generation exhibit here regularly. The gallery has a long-term cooperation with a number of European architectural art galleries, centres and educational institutions. It cooperates closely with artistic and technical universities, organizes international conferences, field trips, spreads publications, organizes and experts´ lectures and master classes. It also realises presenting of Czech works abroad and has organized several major exhibitions of contemporary Czech architectural design. Solo exhibitions are devoted to current issues, renowned personalities and history of the 20th century. In recent years the gallery has also presented the subject of public space, sustainable architecture and the conversion of industrial heritage in the form of solo exhibitions and festivals.
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    DREAM. INNOVATE. BUILD. Live media for Digital Marketing, Startups & Emerging Technologies.
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    Pravidelné setkávání s inspirativními tvůrci ve formátu 20x20, oživování dávno uzavřených prostorů nebo objevování nových, to je plzeňská PechaKucha.
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    Exner Lectures & Wilhelm Exner Medal of Österreichischer Gewerbeverein Österreichischer Gewerbeverein (ÖGV), Austrian Association of SME, awards the Wilhelm Exner Medal, named after the Austrian economic and technology conveyor, since 1921. Since that year 233 scientists and inventors, including 22 Nobel Prize winners, have been awarded. The diverse research results of the laureates are characterized by a respect for entrepreneurial practice, as they form and constitute the fundament for growth of trade and industry. Therefore they correspond entirely to the principles expressed by Wilhelm Exner (1840-1931). Exner always looked at the revolutionizing economic and social changes in his life as a great opportunity and was aimed to cope with problems proactively and constructively. Exner represented the cosmopolitan Austrian liberalism, which was committed to modernize and transform the economy, science and society in lieu of foreclosure and enemy images. During his long career he set a variety of critical initiatives and held important private and public functions. His career was marked by sustainable action, never by pessimism, but by a strong will to modernize society. At the age of 35, he was rector of the University - then college - of Natural Resources (www.boku.ac.at). He was among other initiators and from 1879 to 1904 first director of the Technological Trade Museum (www.tgm.ac.at) in Vienna. In addition he was also instrumental in the creation of laws, in the formation of the Vienna Technical Museum, industrial and the Austrian Research Institutes for the History of Technology and the Technical Laboratory. These characteristics dominating Wilhelm Exners personality are found in its basic features with many Wilhelm Exner Medal carriers. Among the laureates there is a variety of excellent physicists, chemists, mathematicians, mechanical engineers, doctors, biologists, ingenious inventors and designers, many of whom have been internationally awarded the highest scientific awards and honors. Thelecture is held every year, with the focus on hte field of research of the years medalist. Following the statutes of the Wilhelm-Exner-Medal-Foundation all nominations fpr the medal are restricted to the previous laureats, in order to guarantee the internationally high level of the medal. Lectures and ceremony is held every november in the presence of highest representatives of the Republic of Austria.
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    Jordan is a serial entrepreneur, former VC and expert trainer. Presently, Jordan is a Partner at VentureScout, where he specialises in helping corporates, governments and universities collide with startups to foster innovation that wins in the right way. Jordan is also an Entrepreneur-In-Residence at University College London. Previously, Jordan has worked in technology transfer, created a children’s pushchair, launched a female cosmetic, was a CEO Confidant Apprentice with Xinfu, is a Springboard Mobile alumnus and been an early stage tech investor at #1seed. More recently, Jordan was a Partner at Founder Centric, where he designed and taught top-tier startup education for universities, accelerators and government initiatives. He has pitched to the dragons on BBC's Dragon's Den! Jordan holds an MEng from Oxford University and escaped an early career in corporate finance.
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