As part of its ongoing public relations dimension, the Faculty of Information and Communication Technology organizes four annual events. These are:
Furthermore, the Faculty is active in various upcoming conferences and events.
We invite you to explore any of these events by clicking on their respective banners and links.
The Workshop in ICT is a National ICT event organised by the Faculty of Information and Communication Technology within the University of Malta. The intent of this event is to promote research and applications of technologies and practices in the field of ICT. The workshop solicits the submission of original papers dealing with both theoretical and practical aspects of ICT research and gives the opportunity to graduates and experts in the various areas of ICT to showcase their work and research efforts. By clicking on the banner above, you will be directed to the Workshop's webpage.
The Faculty is always proud of the achievement of its students. In this respect these awards recognize the academic performance of the Faculty's top and most achieving students.
We invite to click on the above banner to learn to whom these awards were presented over the years since these awards have been held.
We invite you to click on the banner above and browse through our students' achievements. In here you will find details of past and future exhibitions. We are always proud to showcase our students' efforts and we sincerely hope that you will enjoy and appreciate the contents of these pages.
The Faculty of Information and Communication Technology, at the University of Malta, organises a yearly informal and informative Q&A Session in the form of a Lounge Around event, at the Imsida Campus. Come and talk to us, find out how we can help you realise your potential. Ask us anything you wish about our services and about your future in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Faculty of Information and Communication Technology Careers Presentation. Please click Here.
Webpages for Year 2010, Year 2011, Year 2012
Grammatical Framework (GF) is a multilingual grammar formalism invented at the University of Gothenburg based on the idea of a shared abstract syntax and mappings between the abstract syntax and concrete languages. GF has hundreds of users all over the world.
This year the biennial Summer School is being organised in collaboration with the ICS Department, Faculty of ICT. The school is addressed to students of computational linguistics who are particularly interested in multilingual issues and hybrid translation systems.
The aim of the 1st Keystone Training School on Keyword Search over Big Data is a research-training event for graduates and postgraduates in the first steps of their academic career. It aims at giving participants in-depth exposure to the exciting and fast-developing areas related to Keyword Search over Big Data.
The school will be held over 5 days, between the 20th and 24th of July and will consist of keynote talks, lectures and hands-on sessions delivered by renowned academics and experts in the fields of Big Data mining, information retrieval and other related areas. During the sessions the speakers will explore a large spectrum of current exciting research, development and innovation related to various research areas and society itself.
The school is being organized by the Department of Intelligent Computer Systems in the Faculty of ICT within the University of Malta in collaboration with the IC1302 COST Action Keystone (Semantic KEYword-based Search on sTructured data sOurcEs).
As an event organized by a COST Action, the school does not require any registration fees. Nevertheless, the participation is subject to registration: a limited numbers of seats will be made available.
- Mr Charlie Abela, Department of Intelligent Computer Systems & Training School Coordinator, University of Malta
- Dr Joel Azzopardi, Department of Intelligent Computer Systems, University of Malta
CAIP2015, which is the sixteenth in the CAIP series of biennial international conferences devoted to all aspects of computer vision, image analysis and processing, pattern recognition, and related fields. Previous conferences were held in York, Seville, Münster, Vienna, Paris, Groningen, etc. The scientific program of the conference will consist of three plenary lectures and contributed papers presented in a single track. Poster presentations will allow expert discussions of specialized research topics. The proceedings of the conference will be published in the Springer LNCS series. On 15 September authors of a selection (some 20%) from all accepted and presented papers will be invited to extend their paper to a journal paper and submit it by 15 November to a special issue of the journal Machine Vision and Applications (Springer) dedicated to CAIP. That issue of MVA is planned to appear in 2016.