Open Conference Systems


Zurzeit können wir leider keine neuen Konferenzen in das Open Conference System (OCS) aufnehmen, da keine Finanzierung zur Verfügung steht, um Personal für die Betreuung und Weiterentwicklung des Systems zu beschäftigen.

Das Medienzentrum kann Ihnen allerdings anbieten, die Konferenz im WebCMS der TU Dresden zu präsentieren. Dies schließt auch die Möglichkeit eines Kontaktformulars für die Anmeldung der Konferenzteilnehmer ein. Die Einrichtung einer solchen Seite und eines Formulars können Sie bei unserer Nutzerberatung (mz-nutzerberatung@tu-dresden.de) beantragen. Die umfangreichen Funktionen des OCS zur Verwaltung einer Konferenz und der Einreichungen sind hierbei leider nicht gegeben.

Ansprechpartner für Ihre Fragen zum Konferenzmanagementsystem des Medienzentrums der TU Dresden:

 



MZ Nutzerberatung
Sprechzeiten: Mo-Fr 10:00-12:00 und 13:00-15:00 Uhr
Tel.: + 49 351 463-36081
mz-nutzerberatung@tu-dresden.de

How to manage data and knowledge related to interpretative digital 3D reconstructions of Cultural Heritage?

Book project: How to manage data and knowledge related to
interpretative digital 3D reconstructions of Cultural Heritage?

View Conference

Wissensgemeinschaft

Unter dem gemeinsamen Dach „WissensGemeinschaften“ werden in 2015 zwei Tagungen mit sich gegenseitig ergänzenden thematischen Schwerpunkten zusammengebracht. Während die GeNeMe organisationale und technische Perspektiven im Kontext von Virtual Enterprises, Communities & Social Networks thematisiert, liefert die zweijährlich stattfindende ProWM der Fachgruppe Wissensmanagement in der Gesellschaft für Informatik (fgwm) einen breiten integrativen Überblick über die organisatorischen, kulturellen, sozialen und technischen Aspekte des Wissensmanagements.

Die Leitung der gemeinsamen Konferenz liegt bei einer Gruppe von Wissenschaftlern der Fakultäten Erziehungswissenschaften und Wirtschaftswissenschaften sowie dem Medienzentrum der Technischen Universität Dresden mit freundlicher Unterstützung des Knowledge Research Center e.V.

View Conference

4th Workshop on Parallel-in-Time Integration

4th Workshop on Parallel-in-Time Integration

View Conference

Energy Storages for Sustainable Energy Supply

International Summer School

Energy Storages for Sustainable Energy Supply

Material - Storage Technology - System Integration

 

Learning about

  • fundamentals of storage technologies
  • aspects of sustainability
  • economic aspects
  • system integration aspects of storage technologies

 

 

View Conference

8. BIOMET-Tagung „Mensch-Pflanze-Atmosphäre im 21. Jahrhundert“

Die klassische, dennoch hochaktuelle Disziplin der Biometeorologie beschäftigt sich mit den Auswirkungen atmosphärischer Prozesse (Strahlung, Hitze, Kälte, Luftschadstoffe etc.) auf Organismen, insbesondere den Menschen. Sie studiert z.B. die Wirkung von atmosphärischen Stressfaktoren auf den Menschen (z.B. thermische Belastung des Kreislaufs) und auf Pflanzen oder die Konsequenzen geänderter Wasserangebote auf Agrar- und Forstsysteme. Umgedreht ist es heute möglich, mit Modellen auch Konsequenzen der Landnutzungsänderungen auf das Klima und damit die Rückkopplung auf Mensch, Tier und Pflanze  zu untersuchen. Moderne Biometeorologie betrachtet also beide Richtungen der Einflussnahme: anthropogene Veränderungen der Erdoberfläche und der Atmosphäre durch den Menschen und die Wirkung der geänderten atmosphärischen Bedingungen auf die belebte Umwelt. Aktuelle Themenfelder der Klimaforschung wie sich verändernde Klimaextreme, aber auch Strategien des Klimaschutzes und der Klimaanpassung spielen in ihren Verbindungen zur Biometeorologie eine wachsende Rolle.

Mit der 8. BIOMET-Tagung im Deutschen Hygiene Museum in Dresden wird die Reihe der erfolgreichen Tagungen des FA BIOMET fortgesetzt und das 60-jährige Jubiläum der Gründung des Lehrstuhls Meteorologie an der TU Dresden begangen.

View Conference

Storage Summit

The Storage Summit aims to be a melting pot for discussing experiences and latest developments in the field of storage between users, researchers and vendors.

View Conference

International Conference on Infrastructures and Cooperation in e-Science and e-Humanities

From the very beginning, when John Taylor introduced “e-science”, the term did not only comprise infrastructure as an enabler of scientific discovery, but also “global collaboration in key areas of science” (Taylor 1999). Today, almost fifteen years later, as computer technologies and digital tools pervade the academic world, it is time to ask what changes are implied when an “e” is added to science?

The International Conference on Infrastructures and Cooperation in e-Science and e-Humanities invites submissions that address current questions and solutions related to technologies or applications as well as their implications on the conduct of science. It aims at investigating digitally enhanced academic activities from a technological as well as social scientific perspective.

 

Relevant topics and questions include, but are not limited to the following fields:

The invention, design and implementation of information and communication technologies
to enable, enhance or empower academic activities (field 1):

  • What are the typical characteristics of technologies and tools that have been developed particularly for the academic context? Which special features do they have to offer?
  • Which technologies stimulate and support interdisciplinary and/or collaborative scientific work?
  • Which technology trends are emerging? How will technologies form the research landscape during the next years?

The analysis of academic processes, business models, and needs (field 2):

  • What technologies and tools are used in different disciplines and in what stage of the scientific work process? What are the relevant experiences of scientists?
  • How can the process of academic knowledge production be measured? What does data tell about scientific progress and success?
  • What are working strategies of error control when processing huge amounts of data with the help of supercomputers?
  • What is needed or what makes open access a success story?
  • Is there a perceived need by the institutions for an e-science support of their scientists?

Social and cultural influences and outcomes related to the use of technology in academic activities (field 3):

  • How do technologies affect and change the academic work process?
  • What is the epistemological contribution digital technologies and tools do afford? Where are the limits?
  • What are new requirements scientists have to face when working with digital technologies and tools in the research process?
  • Is collaboration actually enhanced by the help of digital tools?
  • What enhances the usage of any web 2.0 technologies at work?

View Conference

International Summer School "Digitization and its Impact on Society"

International summer school “Digitization and its impact on society"

Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

September 29 – October 5, 2013

View Conference

DFP13

On March 24, 2014 the 6th workshop on digital fluid power will be held in Aachen, Germany as part of the 9 th IFK. We would like to invite you to join us in this event to discuss the  latest research knowledge and experiences in this exciting topic. The DFP workshops are known as lively events that are focused on one of the hottest fluid power research topics - Digital Fluid Power.

Originally the 6th Workshop on Digital Fluid Power DFP13 was supposed to be held in Dresden, Germany this year. Now we are pleased to inform you that the organizing institutions of the IFK and the DFP decided together with VDMA to integrate the 6th DFP workshop into the 9th IFK – in order to propose and offer an even wider public view and platform for this topic of fluid power technology,

We are convinced that integrating the 6th DFP into 9th IFK will increase the value for presenters and participants interested in digital fluid power.

 

The IFK, one of the world’s largest scientific conferences on fluid power will be held from March 24-26, 2014. For further information on the 9th IFK please visit the official homepage www.ifk2014.de

View Conference

3. HPC-Status-Konferenz: CiHPC - Competence in High Performance Computing


The conference provides scientists and users from academia and industry a platform for interdisciplinary exchange about current research activities and issues in the field of application-oriented HPC software for scalable parallel computers. Specifically, the objectives and the results of the research projects currently funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) in this field will be presented to a broad audience.

This year the CiHPC is organized in conjunction with two other events that take place the same week in Dresden:

3rd EnA-HPC, September 2-3, 2013: http://www.ena-hpc.org, and
7th Tools Workshop, September 3-4, 2013: http://tools.zih.tu-dresden.de..

View Conference

UNICORE Summit

The goal of the UNICORE Summit is to bring together researchers and practitioners working with UNICORE in the areas of Grid and distributed computing, to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and latest research results on all aspects of UNICORE.

Since the first UNICORE Summit in 2005, the organisers have received and reviewed a significant amount of distinguished contributions. Those selected and presented, complemented by invited talks, guarantee exciting Summits and lively discussions about the state-of-the art and the future of UNICORE, Grids, and distributed computing in general.

View Conference

Demo

Conference description

View Conference