We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to each of you who participated in ASTDay: Innovations Domain in IoT last Tuesday, 22th February. Over 120 participants from different universities and organizations contributed to our event, which we believe was very successful!
We hope you enjoyed both the scientific/technical presentation and the social activities for networking. We are sure this was a good opportunity to strengthen our collaboration for the near future.
We would like to thank all the conference speakers and Politecnico of Milano who has hosted the event, as well as the many AST colleagues and AST-AMT interns who provided an outstanding support.
Finally, the slides of all the presentations can be downloaded in the program page clicking on the titles.
ASTDay brings together researchers from STMicroelectronics and academic partners to share views and present the latest developments in the field of IoT.
The event consists of a main conference track and a STM32 hands-on seminar. Talks in the main conference will cover the most innovative aspects of IoT research, including
- Enabling technologies and IoT systems
- Advances in data analytics and artificial Intelligence
- IoT applications with emphasis on home automation, smart driving and healthcare.
The STM32 hands-on seminar is primarily targeted to students and illustrates basic tools and guidelines to develop IoT systems based on STM32 micro-controllers.
To experience the IoT development and inspire the design innovative IoT solutions, the student contest Innovative STM32 IoT System will be launched during the event.
ASTDay will be held on February 22nd, 2018, from 8.30 to 18.30.
POLITECNICO DI MILANO. Aula ROGERS – Building 11 Architettura – Via Ampère 2, Milano. For more details see Info.
Both the main track and the STM32 hands-on seminar are open to interested academics at all levels, including PhD and MSs students.
Registration is free but required through a registration form. Registration will be opened on December 4th, 2017 until February 22nd, 2018. For more details see Registration.
Pasqualina Fragneto, Licio Mapelli, STMicroelectronics
The event is sponsored by Advanced System Technology (AST) – Central Labs, STMicroelectronics
Advanced System Technology is an R&D organization established to address the need of STMicroelectronics to increase system know-how and to scout new markets/technologies.