Christmas Party

Christmas is approaching fast and with it the end of the year. The IEEE Student Branch Klagenfurt kindly invites you to its Christmas Party on Wednesday, Dec. 04th starting at 4pm at the restaurant Tellerrand in the Lakeside Park Building 1.

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The Student Branch proudly looks back on a busy, but successful year culminating in the “Most Active Student Branch” Award which we received from the IEEE Austria Section. Besides winning, we would like to hand out awards for the winners of our first Student Paper Contest and honor the excellent positions achieved by teams from our university during the IEEE Xtreme Programming Challenge 7.0. The winning paper of the Student Paper Contest will also be presented during the Christmas Party.

We are looking forward to seeing you there.

Klagenfurt Best in Austria

As it has become tradition at our university, the Alpen-Adria-Universität participated in the IEEE Xtreme Programming Competition 7.0 Рthis year co-organized by the IEEE Student Branch Klagenfurt. In total 1630 teams participated including five teams from Klagenfurt. Finally, the IEEE published the final results. The teams from Klagenfurt achieved excellent results. Watch the video to get some impressions of the programming feast.

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Advent Programming Contest 2013

An Advent calendar is a special calendar used to count or celebrate the days in anticipation of Christmas. Advent calendars typically begin on December 1 and provide a window to open until December 24. Usually they have windows, which you can open each day containing some chocolate or other stuff. But what is better to kill some time until Christmas, Hanukkah, Yule, Kwanzaa, Diwali, Boxing Day, etc. than an Advent calendar giving you a programming problem every day?

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Scientific Series: Visualizing Data

Workshop Visualizing Data  Graphical representation of data is critical for exploration and explanation of our research results. In this talk we will discuss the principles of data visualisation and ways to achieve graphical excellence.