IT-Talk 2019

At IT-Talk we want to bring you interesting speakers from the industry and science to TU Wien! You get the chance to listen to exciting IT topics you wouldn’t normally hear about in your lectures. After the talks you can get in touch with the speakers while enjoying a free buffet.

when

20 March 2019 – 18:30

where

Lecture room EI 7, TU Wien

Gußhausstraße 27, 1040 Vienna

admission

Free – no registration required!

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about the topics

Let‘s Move the World to Cloud and Serverless!
Serverless is one of the current hot topics. Through Serverless it’s actually possible to run mostly without ops and scale from 0 to (practically) infinity.

In this talk we’re going to check out what Serverless actually is, what it means and what the current implementation options are (including DIY). This is not a simple „Cloud = Awesome“ sales-pitch, it’s about analysing and explaining what Serverless and Cloud generally are good for and what the current state of art is.

Dominik Wagenknecht (Accenture)
Generalizing Deep Learning without Labels
Deep Neural Networks are usually trained in a supervised fashion with the goal to successfully approximate the function between some input-output pairs (data). This could for example mean guessing the movie rating someone gave given the corresponding text of the review they wrote.

In this talk we will explore how we can teach neural networks without such specific labels and find out that they can learn remarkably interesting abstractions and policies without much guidance!

Eric Steinberger
Trainspotting at the Speed of Light
Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) is a technology that measures strain and vibration over distances of up to 50 km by sending a laser pulse down an optical fibre. Thus, it is possible to calculate and track the position of trains and to monitor the condition of railway infrastructure by investigating these signals.

In this talk the speakers will explain the principles of the technology and the challenges in the R&D department of Frauscher in order to develop a system based on DAS for usage in the railway industry.

Gavin Lancaster & Rene Zeilinger (Frauscher)
Smart Connected Products with a Holistic Approach
We´re living in a connected world that allows us to experience a new level of comfort in harmony with technology. Connecting products is not only about developing technical solutions, it´s about fulfilling needs that will shape future generations. Therefore, we need to understand the big picture in which we adapt technology to the needs of customers.

In this talk experts of Zühlke will introduce you to how to develop state-of-the-art Smart Connected Products, ranging from Sensor Technology and Connectivity to Cloud Architecture and Data Visualization – with insights in how to create a HoloLens App from the UX point-of-view.

Ines Lindner & Robert Sorschag (Zühlke)

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organisation

Volunteering students from Fachschaft Wirtschaftsinformatik und Data Science with the kind help of TU Career Center and HTU Wien.