SSIE - PhD School
This is the DEI – IEEE Italy Section PhD Summer School. A double track summer school on “Machine Learning, Energy Efficient Electronics Science and ICT Applications”
This is the Website of the Summer School of Information Engineering (SSIE) – “Silvano Pupolin”, held every summer in Bressanone (BZ), Italia. SSIE is co-organized by Michele Rossi, Matteo Meneghini and Gaudenzio Meneghesso (DEI – Department of Information Engineering at the University of Padova), and by Pisana Placidi, Sergio Rapuano and Tiziana Tambosso (IEEE Italy section).
SSIE 2022 will be held in Brixen from July 11 to July 15, 2022. Be ready for a great event, featuring two tracks, tens of scientific talks and lectures, plenty of fine food, relaxation and hiking in the alps!
SSIE 2022 presents timely and cutting edge research areas, covering theory and applications within the broad ICT domain.
The school will feature two tracks, the first focused on machine learning, edge computing and mm-wave networking & sensing, the second on recent advancements on GaN technology and its applications. A student workshop will be organized, where PhD students will have an opportunity of presenting their technical work. The best talk will receive an award, jointly presented by DEI and IEEE Italy.
Latest developments and seminars about supervised and unsupervised learning, time series analysis and reservoir computing from renowned experts in the field.
Federated learning, energy efficient computing software and hardware.
mm-wave communications and sensing technology for future telecommunication networks.
Material, designs, hardware and architectures for highly energy efficient electronics.
SSIE was first conceived & organized in 1991 by Prof. Silvano Pupolin, an esteemed colleague and mentor, who has been the SSIE Director until 2016. Silvano passed away on February 11, 2018.
We remember him as a passionate Professor and a good man. He always loved organizing this school and, above all, spending time with the students, nurturing a great research community, without asking anything in return.
We truly miss him. It is our duty and honor to take his legacy, and continue offering high-quality PhD training schools.