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Aula Magna - 24/05/17 - 16h

 

Aula Magna 2017/1

Programa de Pós-Graduação em Informática

24 de maio de 2017 -  16h às 18h20

Auditório do Prédio CIC/EST – Campus Universitário Darcy Ribeiro – Universidade de Brasília

Palestra – 16h às 17h

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Máquinas Exascale: o Futuro Chegando

Philippe Olivier  Alexandre Navaux

Instituto de Informática - Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFGRS)

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Estaremos chegando nos próximos anos a máquinas com capacidade de executar 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 de instruções ponto flutuante por segundo. Na palestra discutiremos quais os principais desafios para alcançar estas Máquinas de Exaflops e quais paradigmas deverão ser quebrados.

Short Bio:

Philippe Olivier Alexander Navaux is a professor of the Informatics Institute from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Porto Alegre, Brazil, since 1971. Graduated in Electronic Engineering, UFRGS, 1970, Brazil, Master in Applied Physics, UFRGS, 1973, Brazil, PhD in Computer Science, Grenoble National Institute of Technology (INPG), Grenoble, 1979, France. Professor of graduate and undergraduate courses on Computer Architecture - High Performance Computing. Leader of the GPPD, Parallel and Distributed Processing Group, with projects financed by government agencies Finep, CNPq, Capes, and international Cooperation with groups from France, Germany and USA, with funding from CNPq and CAPES. Besides the cooperation projects with academic sector, he has conducted several research projects with private companies: Microsoft, Intel, HP, DELL, Altus and Itautec. Has oriented more than 80 Master and PhD students and has published near 400 papers in journals and conferences. Member of the SBC, Brazilian Computer Society, SBPC, Brazilian Society for Scientific Progress, ACM, Association for Computing Machinery, and IEEE, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Consultant to various national and international funding organizations DoE (USA), ANR (FR), FINEP, CNPq, CAPES, FAPESP, FAPERGS, FAPEMIG, FACEPE and others. He was member of the Superior Council from the FAPERGS (one Brazilian agency for supporting research) and from the CTC, Scientific and Technical Council, of the LNCC/MCT. Currently, he is coordinator of the Computing Area Committee from the Capes/MEC (Higher Education Personnel Training Coordination / Ministry of Education).

Coffe-Break – 17h às 17h20

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Palestra – 17h20 às 18h20

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Grand Research Challenges for Cybersecurity  of Critical Information and Infrastructures

Paulo Esteves-Veríssimo

Univeristy of Luxembourg, Snt, CritiX

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Computing and communications infrastructures have become commodities which societies largely depend on, transacting huge quantities of data and exhibiting pervasive interconnections, sometimes in critical conditions. However, the actual magnitude that security and dependability risks may assume is often misperceived. The information society has been assuming risk behaviours without the adequate protection. Many stakeholders, not only end-users but vendors, service providers, public administrations and - what may be surprising - even governments, seem to ignore those risks, in different ways.

Yet, as will be shown in the talk, the problem should be obvious from the symptoms that have lately seen the light. Threats are everyday more powerful, massive or targeted attacks and advanced persistent threats entered the situational awareness agenda of nations. However, systems remain flaky, sometimes seemingly intentionally, vulnerabilities persist, and partial and/or specific fixes imperfectly mend what are sometimes global problems. Grand challenges deserve grand solutions, and so the talk will conclude along two lines of discussion, as a contribution to the debate on science of cybersecurity: effective strategies for cybersecurity are in dire need; advanced research breaking with traditional paradigms is required.

Short Bio:

Paulo Esteves-Veríssimo is a professor and FNR PEARL Chair at the University of Luxembourg Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC), since fall 2014, and head of the CritiX lab (Critical and Extreme Security and Dependability) at SnT, the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust at the same University (http://wwwen.uni.lu/snt). He is adjunct Professor of the ECE Dept., Carnegie Mellon University. Previously, he has been a Professor of the Univ. of Lisbon, member of the Board of the same university and Director of LaSIGE (http://lasige.di.fc.ul.pt). Veríssimo is Fellow of the IEEE and Fellow of the ACM, and he is associate editor of the IEEE Transactions on Computers (TC - 2015). He is currently Chair of the IFIP WG 10.4 on Dependable Computing and Fault-Tolerance and vice-Chair of the Steering Committee of the IEEE/IFIP DSN conference. He is currently interested in secure and dependable distributed architectures, middleware and algorithms for resilience of large-scale systems and critical infrastructures, privacy and integrity of highly sensitive data, and adaptability and safety of real-time networked embedded systems. He is author of over 180 peer-refereed publications and co-author of 5 books. 

 

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