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Security in Computer and Information Sciences

08 July 2022

Security in Computer and Information Sciences

Picture and description from www.link.springer.com : Security in Computer and Information Sciences Second International Symposium, EuroCybersec 2021, Nice, France, October 25–26, 2021, Revised Selected Papers   Editors: Erol Gelenbe, Marija Jankovic, Dionysios Kehagias, Anna Marton, Andras Vilmos This open access book constitutes the thoroughly refereed proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Computer and Information […]

The Lean Approach to Digital Transformation – Yves Caseau

24 June 2022

The Lean Approach to Digital Transformation – Yves Caseau

The Lean Approach to Digital Transformation From Customer to Code and From Code to Customer Yves Caseau, 2022, Routledge   Description and illustration from www.routledge.com: The Lean Approach to Digital Transformation: From Customer to Code and From Code to Customer is organized into three parts that expose and develop the three capabilities that are essential […]

E. Gelenbe – This Computer Pioneer’s Invention Made Zoom Possible (IEEE Spectrum article)

09 June 2022

E. Gelenbe – This Computer Pioneer’s Invention Made Zoom Possible (IEEE Spectrum article)

This Computer Pioneer’s Invention Made Zoom Possible > The service uses Erol Gelenbe’s packet-voice telephone switch Article IEEE Spectrum (by Kathy Pretz, June 2022) dedicated to Erol Gelenbe, Member of the National Academy of Technologies of France, made this year honorary Fellow of the Islamic World Academy of Sciences. Read the article on IEEE Spectrum […]

Y. Bamberger, H. Puttgen. Electricity: Humanity’s Low-carbon Future – Safeguarding Our Ecological Niche

25 August 2021

Y. Bamberger, H. Puttgen. Electricity: Humanity’s Low-carbon Future – Safeguarding Our Ecological Niche

Climate change is no longer deniable. Neither is the fact that greenhouse gas emissions due to human activities need to be mitigated. The question is how to rapidly transit to an increasingly low-carbon world while essentially sustaining the quality of life of the fortunate and providing better lives for the less fortunate. The challenge is […]