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Improvement Through Writers' Workshop

On November 21th, 2017, we had a very interesting short talk with our international guest Joe Yoder (the Refactory) about methodologies for conducting a writing workshop and get feedback to improve the quality of articles. The methodology is initially focused on software patterns but can also be applied to any kind of scientific article. In fact, the technique first appeared with poets.

See how it works and apply to your research group!

The Meninas Digitais group of CCSL-IME-USP is being created

CCSL-IME-USP is creating the group Meninas Digitais consisting of students and teachers of IME interested in spreading the Computer area among women. A first action was held last Saturday at IME, with an Introduction to Python Programming course offered to high school girls from a public school in São Paulo.

Presentation on data visualization

The INCT for the Future Internet and Smart Cities invites you to the international seminar by Prof.

Advanced School on Smart Cities in July

The National Institute for Science and Technology on the Future Internet and Smart Cities, with support from FAPESP, promotes from July 24th to August 4th the São Paulo School of Advanced Science on Smart Cities: two highly-intensive weeks of short courses, panels, lightning talks, hands-on workshops, and socio-cultural activities with world-class Computer Science researchers covering multiple aspects of Smart Cities research and technology.

Joe Yoder talks about agile methods and quality at IME

On May 20th, IME/USP once again welcomes Joe Yoder, who will this time talk about the necessary changes in quality assurance processes in agile teams. Do not miss it!

Title: QA to AQ: Being Agile at Quality
Date: 20 de maio
Time: 15:00h
Venue: Auditório Jacy Monteiro - bloco B do IME/USP

Free Computing Workshop for Scientists - second edition

After the success of the first edition, the CCSL, together with the Biology Institute (IB-USP) and the Polytechnic School's FLOSS Study Group (PoliGNU), is pleased to once again support the workshop provided by the Software Carpentry Foundation, a north-american non-profit dedicated to better prepare researchers on computing know-how.

Free software is the focus of the 27th edition of the Computação Brasil Magazine

The Computação Brasil Magazine, published by Sociedade Brasileira de Computação (Brazilian Computing Society), dedicated its 27th edition to Free Software. Nelson Lago, technical manager of the CCSL-IME/USP, and Fabio Kon, Computer Science Professor also at IME-USP, were the special edition editors.

Bright Photomedicine wins SF12USP!

After five weeks of hard work and lots of learning, the "Disrupt: Transforming Science into Tech Business" edition of the Startup Farm Accelerator Program at São Paulo University has come to an end.

During the closing event, Demo Day, the nine finalist teams presented their startups to an audience of investors and specialists in technology and entrepreneurship.

Digging into Humanities Data: Fostering Collaboration and Innovation in the Humanities

How do Computer Science and other Sciences collaborate to the advance of Humanities? Jason Rhody, a Senior Program Officer at the US National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), will be at the CCSL to discuss the long relationship with computing throughout the funding organization's 50 years, culminating with the creation of the Office of Digital Humanities (ODH) in 2008.

Information Meeting with Carnegie Mellon University for students

The CCSL-IME invites you to join Professor Gladys Mercier and Chris Zeise, the Director of Admission, to learn about the unique Master of Science in Software Management and Master of Integrated Innovation for Products & Services at Carnegie Mellon University - Silicon Valley!