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Seminaire Lab-STICC - Axe Drone- Kalinka Branco le 14/02 à 10h Amphi F (UBO)


Kalinka Branco, professeure brésilienne à l'université de Sao Paulo propose de présenter ses activités de recherche dans le cadre d'un séminaire Lab-STICC-Axe drone.

Titre: Safe and Security: Challenges and Opportunities

Date et Lieu: Mercredi 14 février 2024 en Amphi F (UFR Sciences, UBO) à 10h

Organisation: C.Dezan

Ce séminaire est ouvert à toute personne intéressée par le sujet. Une visio  sera mise en place pour les non-brestois.

Abstract: Embark on a journey into the future where autonomous vehicles, whether soaring in the skies, cruising on the ground, or exploring underwater realms, seamlessly become an integral part of our everyday surroundings. Explore the imminent integration of autonomous vehicles into the Internet of Things (IoT), giving rise to the Internet of Flying Things. This transformative union presents both thrilling opportunities and challenges. The multidisciplinary nature of embedded systems development, coupled with security and safety concerns, takes center stage. Specifically, we'll focus on the global security implications within the Internet of Flying Things context, examining challenges brought by Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). An overview of groundbreaking research and innovation at the Critical Embedded System Laboratory at USP will be provided.


Short bio: Kalinka Regina Lucas Jaquie Castelo Branco is currently an Associate Professor at the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science (ICMC-USP), working in the department of Computer Systems. She has been involved in many research projects focused on autonomous vehicles funded by private (for example Scania) and public agencies (CNPq, CAPES, FAPESP and Army Research Office). She has experience in Computer Science, with emphasis on Computer Networks, Security, Embedded Systems, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Distributed Computing.

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