Day 1 of #BIECO meeting in Lisbon (19.07.2023) was a dynamic start! Engaging discussions on finalizing pending issues from WP8 brought valuable insights. With everyone’s enthusiasm, we’re already on the path to achieving our objectives!
On 16th of November we‘ve had the honour to synchronize on WP4 research activities with experts from NIST, INMETRO and Ericsson. Productive discussions with Irena Bojanova (NIST: https://www.nist.gov/people/irena-bojanova ), Carlos Galhardo (INMETRO...
The 5th International Workshop on Software Faults& The 3rd Annual International Workshop on Software Hardware Interaction Faults The goal of the joint 5th International Workshop on Software Faults (IWSF) and 3rd Annual International Workshop on Software Hardware...
ISTI DAY is the official annual meeting devoted to the communication and dissemination of the activities of the institute. The event is primarily targeted at the ISTI community, but anyone interested can join the event Typically the event includes a speech...
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