The SmartData@PoliTO center focuses on Big Data technologies, and Data Science approaches. It blends interdisciplinary people and competences from different domains to provide cross-domain solutions to the widest spectrum of knowledge discovery challenges, by leveraging advanced expertise in data science, from data management, to data modeling, analytics, and engineering. It is a well-recognized center where experts in methodologies, and domain experts from various disciplines work in a single space, facing both theoretical problems and helping companies toward applications.


Christmas greetings

We are pleased to announce that the 2nd SmartData@PoliTo Christmas Greetings event will take placeat in the Maxwell Meeting room – 5th floor – DET Refæctory Area (OGR Tech) on the 13th of December. It will be an opportunity to meet the new PhD students and new members, sharing ideas, opportunities and news. See you the 13th of December, […]

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SmartData @ Festival della Tecnologia

SmartData@PoliTO is happy to participate to the Festival of Technology showcasing applications of Computer Vision and the HPC4AI Data Centres. Touching the Cloud – Big Data e l’Artificial Intelligence nei centri di calcolo del Politecnico We provide a high-level overview of what it means to work with Big Data and Artificial Intelligence, giving visitors the […]

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PhD Course: Data Science for Networks

ProfessorsProf. Luca Vassio and Martino Trevisan Period and DurationMay and June 2020 (20 hours) – More details to come LocationTo Be Decided Description In this course, we will explore data analysis and prediction topics using complex network datasets. In particular, our focus will be on temporal and structural data. We will exploit real complex networks from […]

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Uncertainty damping in the macroscopic forecast of vehicular traffic flow

Presenter: Mattia ZanellaWednesday, November 6th, 2019 14:30Location: Aula Seminari DISMA – Corso Duca degli Abruzzi 24, Torino Get ticket on Eventbrite ABSTRACT In this seminar, we concentrate on the traffic flow description with uncertain interaction forces. We explain the typical scattering of the fundamental diagram in terms of the macroscopic variability of aggregate quantities. Moreover, […]

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