|授课：Information-centric networking for mobile networks and the Internet of Things||Anders Lindgren （SCIS高级研究员）|
|10:00-10:30||主题演讲：Machine learning for non-Gaussian signal processing-theory and applications||马占宇（信息与通信工程学院副教授）|
|10:45-11:15||主题演讲：Clustering and separating artifacts from large data sets||Ian Marsh（SICS高级研究员）|
|11:15-11:45||主题演讲：Identifying User Clicks Based on Dependency Graph||方澄（信息与通信工程学院博士生）|
|授课：Light-weight virtualization using Linux container||Olov Schelén（LTU副教授）|
|授课：Bringing research results into industry grade products||Olov Schelén（LTU副教授）|
Mr. Olov Schelén, Ph.D served as Vice President of European Operations at NetSocket, Inc. Dr. Schelén co-founded Operax AB in 2000 and served as its Chief Technology Officer until 2008. He has over 20 years of experience within IP networking. His primary interests are in multi-media networking, QoS, routing, and mobility. He has a unique understanding of multi-service IP networking and deployment of such networks. He served as a Director of Operax AB. He serves as a Faculty Member at the Computer Science and Networking group at Lule University of Technology. Dr. Schelén received his Ph.D. from Lule University of Technology in 1998.
Anders received his Ph.D. in Computer Networking from Luleå University of Technology in 2006. After that he worked two years as a postdoctoral researcher at University College London and University of Cambridge.Anders joined SICS in February 2009 and is currently working in the SAIL project. His research interests include Delay and Disruption Tolerant Networking, Information-Centric Networking, and networking for challenged environments.Anders is one of the co-founders of the ExtremeCom series of conferences. See http://www.extremecom.org/ for more information about these conferences.
Ian has worked with IP technologies since 1990. He was involved with ST-II (IPv5) at the european networking center in IBM, Germany. After arriving at SICS he worked on real time transport protocols, particularly with Voice over IP. He obtained his PhD degree from KTH in 2009.
Ian was worked with probablistic and statistical methods within several different domains. This includes networking, image processing and graphical algorithms. He has applied probablistic methods to real time communication, black box analysis of telecom equipment and large data sets.He has also partial differential equations (PDE) in the modelling of flows (requests, packets, vehicles)
Fehmi Ben Abdesslem
Dr Fehmi Ben Abdesslem received his M.Sc and PhD from the University of Paris 6 in 2008, before working as a research associate at the University of St Andrews, and at the University of Cambridge. He has then been awarded a Marie-Curie research fellowship from the European Commission (ERCIM) to join SICS, and is now a permanent Senior Research Scientist at the Decisions Networks and Analytics laboratory.