My Research Tour Across Europe(Day 3) – SISY2018 Conference Day 2 in Subotica, Serbia

This is the second day of the conference and actually ‘my day’. Guess what? I’m in the program today and would talk about my paper: “Performance Analysis of the Microsoft .Net and Java-Based Implementations of REST Web Services”

The program today starts at 9:00 and I need to be there in time. But as you know,  I need to look for a breakfast and then we had a good lunch in Hotel Galleria.

This is Prof. Imre J. Rudas of the Obuda University, Budapest Hungary, receiving some souvenir.

1. At the Subotica Tech
This is where the program would take place for today and since I’ve not been here before, I left home a little earlier though the venue is just a few minutes walk from my hotel room

2. Highlights of Session on Intelligent Robotics
What I enjoyed most in this part is the presentation by a professor from the Obuda University. He gave about 30 minutes presentation on the theme: Modbus-OPC-UA Wrapper using Node.RED and IoT-2040 with application in the water industry.

3. Highlights of Session on Intelligent Mechatronics and Intelligent Manufacturing Systems
The question is: What is Mechatronics? Mechatronics is a multidisciplinary field of engineering which combines

4. Highlights of Session on Informatics
This is the  session I did my presentation and that is me defending my 4-month-long work. I also made some mew friends here. But there were some preceding presenters also did a very good job.

For example, the first presenter, spoke on the theme: ‘Magic Dashboard: Software System for Real-Time Development Tool Tracking’. He explained that this system would be used to gather data from a variety of project management data sources. They used tools such as Go, ReThinkg, Gin and Viper. They further did a demo on how the system works.

The second presenter spoke on the theme: ‘Diaspora Mapping and Collaboration Platform for Expatriates’. They  did a demo using data from SzekelyData. I don’t know what that is.

The third guy presented on ‘Mobile Application for Daily Challenge Management’.  He explained that the challenges to be managed should meet three different criteria.

  • Measurable
  • Finite
  • Scalable

The fourth presenter,  a team of two presented on the team: ‘Taboo: Chord Sheet Editor and Manager Web Application’. This is a system that could be used to create sheet music chords from a piece of music. They did a demo using  Eric Clapson’s Wonderful Tonight and show how you can generate the chord sheet using their application.

The fifth presenter made a presentation on a software system they developed under the theme: ‘EKETour – Software Platform for Organizing Tours’.