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Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the University of Thessaly. Photo: Facebook

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the University of Thessaly is organising a web forum to mark the commencement of its collaboration with the Australian Collaborative Research Centre SmartSat CRC. The forum will be conducted in English on the 15th December 2021 during the period 11.00-13.30 (ATH), at the following MS-TEAMS link.
The forum is intended for Academics, researchers, postdoctoral researchers, doctoral researchers, postgraduate students and final year undergraduate students, not only from the ECE Department, and not only from the University of Thessaly, and also for the broader entrepreneurial community, and its purpose is to inform interested parties about the prospects for synergies with SmartSat CRC.
The initiative  brings together approximately 130 partners and is the biggest collaborative effort between Universities, Research Centres and Industry in Australian history. Though research and development in space technology is the main mission of SmartSat CRC, since research areas are typically communicating vessels, many specialist areas support its core activities and, conversely, many derivatives of space research and technology may be deployed in numerous other application areas.
Targeted research activity at SmartSat CRC that includes, among others, advanced telecommunications and networks, advanced satellite systems, sensors, artificial intelligence, the collection and mining of big data from earth observations from space, can be associated with research activities and personnel in the ECE Department, in respective and complementary areas, so as to promote the creation of critical mass in terms of knowledge and technology and produce applications that are both interesting and useful for the national, the regional and the local economy.
Invited participants include enterprise guests from Australia and Greece, who may contribute with short
(3-5 minute) interventions. Confirmed enterprise guest list (to be updated):

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