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 Tuesday, 30 May 2017
First day of the conference

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10.00 - 13.00 Participants registration, accommodation (ground floor)
11.45 - 12.45Ustron town - one hour guided tour (meeting next to the conference desk, ground floor)
13.00 - 14.00Lunch (hotel restaurant)
14.00 - 15.00Official Opening of the BDAS conference (conference hall A)

 1 BDAS Opening Ceremony
Prof. Stanisław Kozielski, Prof. Dariusz Mrozek: Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland

Speaker: Prof. Stanisław Kozielski, Prof. Dariusz Mrozek: Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland


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 2 IEEE in Poland and in the world
Prof. Edward Hrynkiewicz, Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland

Speaker: Prof. Edward Hrynkiewicz, Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland


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15.00 - 16.00 Keynote talk (conference hall A)

 1 Computational Physiology
Dr. Dominik Szczerba, Future Processing, Poland

Speaker: Dr. Dominik Szczerba, Future Processing, Poland


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16.00 - 16.50Poster session T1 (cafe on the ground floor)

Session chair: Dr. Paweł Kasprowski


 1 Adjusting Parameters of the Classifiers in Multiclass Classification
Daniel Kostrzewa, Robert Brzeski

Speaker: Daniel Kostrzewa


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 2 The Use of the TG‘P Module as a Database to Identify Breaks in the Work of Mining Ma hinery
Jarosław Brodny, Magdalena Tutak, Marcin Michalak

Speaker: Krzysztof Puzik


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 3 A Data Warehouse as an Indispensable Tool to Determine the Effectiveness of the Use of the Longwall Shearer
Jarosław Brodny, Magdalena Tutak, Marcin Michalak

Speaker: Marcin Michalak


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 4 DUABI - Business Intelligence Architecture for Dual Perspective Analytics
Bartosz Czajkowski (Gdańsk University of Technology), Teresa Zawadzka (Gdańsk University of Technology)

Speaker: Bartosz Czajkowski


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 5 Lattice based Consistent Slicer and Topological Cut for Distributed Computation in Monotone Spaces
Susmit Bagchi

Speaker: Susmit Bagchi


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 6 Storage efficiency of LOB structures for free RDBMSs on example of PostgreSQL and Oracle platforms.
Łukasz Wyciślik

Speaker: Łukasz Wyciślik


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 7 Extending the Doctrine ORM Framework Towards Fuzzy Processing of Data - Exemplified by ambulatory data analysis
Bożena Małysiak-Mrozek, SUT, Hanna Mazurkiewicz, SUT, Dariusz Mrozek, SUT

Speaker: Bożena Małysiak-Mrozek

databases, fuzzy sets, fuzzy logic, querying, information retrieval, biomedical data analysis, object-relational mapping, ORM

Extending standard data analysis with the possibility to formulate fuzzy search criteria and benefit from linguistic terms that are frequently used in real life, like \textit{small}, \textit{high}, \textit{normal}, \textit{around}, has many advantages. In some situations, it allows to extend the set of results by similar cases that would not be possible or difficult with precise search criteria. This is especially beneficial when analyzing biomedical data, where sets of important measurements or biomedical markers describing particular state of a patient or person have similar, but not the same values. In other situations, it allows to generalize the data and aggregate it, and thus, quickly reduce the volume of data from Big to small. Extensions that allow the fuzzy data analysis can be implemented in various layers of the database client-server architecture. In this paper, on the basis of the ambulatory data analysis, we show extensions to the Doctrine object-relational mapping (ORM) layer that allow for fuzzy querying and grouping of crisp data.


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 8 Comparative analysis of JavaScript and its extensions for web application optimization
Adam Mlynarski, Silesian University of Technology, Karolina Nurzynska, Silesian University of Technology

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 9 ALMM Solver Database Structure and Data Access Layer Architecture
Krzysztof Rączka, Edyta Kucharska

Speaker: Krzysztof Rączka


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 10 Wydajna implementacja algorytmów przetwarzania obrazów w postaci wtyczek programowych dla środowiska ImageJ
Michał Gumuła, Adam Piórkowski, AGH University of Science and Technology

Speaker: Adam Piórkowski


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 11 Analysis and simulations of security protocols
Sabina Szymoniak

Speaker: Sabina Szymoniak


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 12 WSPOMAGANIE PROGNOZOWANIA WPŁYWU TEKSTÓW REKLAMOWYCH Z WYKORZYSTANIEM SYSTEMU PROMOVOLT
Ruslan KORNIICHUK Roman SIMIŃSKI

Speaker: Ruslan KORNIICHUK


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16.50 - 18.10Plenary session T2 (English) - Big Data and Scalable data processing (conference hall A)

Session chair: Prof. Stanisław Kozielski


 1 Integrating Map-Reduce and Stream-Processing for efficiency (MRSP)
Pedro Martins, Maryam Abbasi, José Cecílio, Pedro Furtado

Speaker: Pedro Martins: Viseu Polytechnic Institute, Portugal


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 2 Tensor-Based Modelling of Temporal Features for Big Data CTR Estimation
Andrzej Szwabe (Poznan University of Technology, Poland), Paweł Misiorek (Poznan University of Technology, Poland), Michał Ciesielczyk (Poznan University of Technology, Poland)

Speaker: Paweł Misiorek: Poznan University of Technology, Poland


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 3 Evaluation of XPath Queries over XML Documents Using SparkSQL Framework
Adam Šenk, Radoslav Hricov, Petr Kroha, Michal Valenta

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 4 Metrics-based auto scaling module for Amazon Web Services cloud platform
Dariusz Rafal Augustyn, Lukasz Warchal

Speaker: Dariusz Rafal Augustyn


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19.00 - 20.00Dinner (hotel restaurant)
21:00 - ??.??Traditional slideshow - for those interested (conference hall A)

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 Wednesday, 31 May 2017
Second day of the conference

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08.00 - 09.00Breakfast (hotel restaurant)
09.00 - 10.00Keynote talk (conference hall A)

 1 Data Analytics: Selected Insights into Data Quality, Associations, and Information Granules
Prof. Witold Pedrycz

Speaker: Prof. Witold Pedrycz, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada


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10.00 - 10.10Coffee break (lobby)
10.10 - 11.30Plenary session W1.A - Computational intelligence and data mining I (conference hall A)

Session chair: Prof. Alicja Wakulicz-Deja, Prof. Beata Zielosko


 1 Comparison of two versions of formalization method for text expressed knowledge
Martina Asenbrener Katic (Department of Informatics, University of Rijeka, Croatia), Sanja Candrlic (Department of Informatics, University of Rijeka, Croatia), Mile Pavlic (Department of Informatics, University of Rijeka, Croatia)

Speaker: Martina Asenbrener Katic, Department of Informatics, University of Rijeka, Croatia


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 2 INFLUENCE OF SIMILARITY MEASURES FOR RULES AND CLUSTERS ON THE EFFICIENCY OF KNOWLEDGE MINING IN RULE-BASED KNOWLEDGE BASES
Agnieszka Nowak - Brzezińska, Tomasz Rybotycki

Speaker: Agnieszka Nowak - Brzezińska


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 3 Attribute reduction in a dispersed decision-making system with negotiations
Małgorzata Przybyła-Kasperek University of Silesia, Institute of Computer Science

Speaker: Małgorzata Przybyła-Kasperek, University of Silesia, Institute of Computer Science


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 4 A Survey on Data Mining Methods for Clustering Complex Spatiotemporal Data
Piotr S. Maciąg Institute of Computer Science Warsaw University of Technology

Speaker: Piotr Maciąg


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parallel sessions10.10 - 11.30Plenary session W1.B - Database performance (conference hall B)

Session chair: Prof. Piotr Wiśniewski


 1 Sorting Data on Ultra-Large Scale with RADULS. New Incarnation of Radix Sort
Marek Kokot, Institute of Informatics, Silesian University of Technology, Sebastian Deorowicz, Institute of Informatics, Silesian University of Technology, Agnieszka Debudaj-Grabysz, Institute of Informatics, Silesian University of Technology

Speaker: Marek Kokot


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 2 Multi-partition distributed transactions over Cassandra-like database with tunable contention control
Marek Lewandowski, Jacek Lewandowski

Speaker: Marek Lewandowski


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 3 Comparative analysis of relational and non-relational databases in the context of performance in web applications
Konrad Fraczek, Malgorzata Plechawska-Wojcik Institute of Computer Science, Lublin University of Technology, Nadbystrzycka 36B, 20-618 Lublin, Poland

Speaker: Malgorzata Plechawska-Wojcik


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 4 Optimization of a paged memory operations in generalized search trees of PostgreSQL
Andrey Borodin, Sergey Mirvoda, Ilya Kulikov, Sergey Porshnev

Speaker: Sergey Mirvoda


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11.30 - 11.50Coffee break (the underground cafe)
11.50 - 13.10Plenary session W2.A - Computational intelligence and data mining II (conference hall A)

Session chair: Prof. Witold Pedrycz


 1 Data Mining - A Tool for Migration Stock Prediction
Mirela Danubianu,

Speaker: Mirela Danubianu


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 2 Data Classification Based on Modified Dynamic Programming Approach
Beata Zielosko, Krzysztof Żabiński

Speaker: Beata Zielosko


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 3 A Performance Study of Two Inference Algorithms for a Distributed Expert System Shell
Tomasz Xięski, Roman Simiński

Speaker: Tomasz Xięski


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 4 Using genetic algorithms to optimize redundant data
Iwona Szulc, Krzysztof Stencel, Piotr Wisniewski

Speaker: Piotr Wisniewski


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parallel sessions11.50 - 13.10Plenary session W2.B - Natural Language Processing and Text Mining (conference hall B)

Session chair: Prof. Jean-Charles Lamirel


 1 Fast plagiarism detection in large-scale data
Radosław Szmit

Speaker: Radosław Szmit


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 2 Reading comprehension of natural language instructions by robots
Irena Markievicz, Minija Tamošiūnaitė, Daiva Vitkutė-Adžgauskienė, Jurgita Kapočiūtė-Dzikienė, Rita Valterytė, Tomas Krilavičius Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania

Speaker: Irena Markievicz


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 3 Authorship attribution for Polish texts based on part of speech tagging
Piotr Szwed

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 4 FM-index for dummies
Szymon Grabowski Lodz University of Technology Institute of Applied Computer Science, Marcin Raniszewski Lodz University of Technology Institute of Applied Computer Science, Sebastian Deorowicz Institute of Informatics Silesian University of Technology

Speaker: Sebastian Deorowicz


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13.10 - 14.30Lunch (hotel restaurant)
14.30 - 15.50Plenary session W3.A - Ontologies and Semantic Web (conference hall A)

Session chair: Prof.


 1 Serendipitous Recommendations through Ontology-based Contextual Pre-filtering
Aleksandra Karpus (Gdańsk University of Technology), Iacopo Vagliano (Politecnico di Torino), Krzysztof Goczyła (Gdańsk University of Technology)

Speaker: Aleksandra Karpus: Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland


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 2 Extending Expressiveness of Knowledge Description with Contextual Approach
Aleksander Waloszek, Wojciech Waloszek

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 3 A new method of XML-based wordnets'''' data integration
Daniel Krasnokucki Silesian University of Technology, Grzegorz Kwiatkowski Silesian University of Technology, Tomasz Jastrząb Silesian University of Technology

Speaker: Tomasz Jastrząb


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 4 Ontology reuse as a means for fast prototyping of new concepts
Igor Postanogov Perm State University, Tomasz Jastrząb Silesian University of Technology

Speaker: Igor Postanogov


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parallel sessions14.30 - 15.30Virtual session W3.B - Virtual presentations (conference hall C)

Session chair: Dr. Paweł Kasprowski

15.50 - 16.00Coffee break (lobby)
16.00 - 18.00Tutorial (conference hall A)

 1 Text mining in the big data context: existing approaches and challenges
Prof. Jean-Charles Lamirel

Speaker: Prof. Jean-Charles Lamirel, SYNALP team, LORIA, Vandœuvre-lès-Nancy, France


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parallel sessions16.00 - 17.00Program Committee and Organizing Committee meeting (members only, conference room C)
19.30 - ??.??Banquet (hotel restaurant)

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 Thursday, 1 June 2017
Third day of the conference

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08.00 - 09.00Breakfast (hotel restaurant)
09.00 - 10.00Keynote talk (conference hall A)

 1 Database Integration Facilitating the Merging of MicorRNA and Gene Regulatory Pathways in ALS
Hamid Hamzeiy, Rabia Suluyayla, Christoph Brinkrolf, Ralf Hofestaedt, and Jens Allmer

Speaker: Prof. Jens Allmer, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Izmir Institute of Technology, Urla, Izmir, Turkey


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10.00 - 10.10Coffee break (lobby)
10.20 - 11.40Plenary session TH1.A - Image data analysis and Biometrics (conference hall A)

Session chair: Prof. Michał Kawulok


 1 Human Visual System Inspired Color Space Transform in Lossy JPEG 2000 and JPEG XR Compression
Roman Starosolski (Institute of Informatics, Silesian University of Technology,Akademicka 16, 44-100 Gliwice, Poland)

Speaker: Roman Starosolski


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 2 Segmenting Lungs from Whole-Body CT Scans
Maksym Walczak (Future Processing, Silesian University of Technology), Izabela Burda (Future Processing), Jakub Nalepa (Future Processing, Silesian University of Technology), Michał Kawulok (Future Processing, Silesian University of Technology)

Speaker: Maksym Walczak


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 3 Improved Automatic Face Segmentation and Recognition for Applications with Limited Training Data
Dane Brown, Karen Bradshaw, Rhodes University

Speaker: Dane Brown


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 4 Emotion recognition: the influence of texture''''''''s descriptors on classification accuracy
Karolina Nurzynska, Silesian University of Technology

Speaker: Karolina Nurzynska


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parallel sessions10.20 - 12.00Plenary session TH1.B - Bioinformatics and biomedical data analysis (conference hall B)

Session chair: Prof. Dirk Labudde


 1 Objective Clustering Inductive Technology of Gene Expression Sequences Features
S.Babichev, V.Lytvynenko, M.Korobchynskyi, Mohamed Ali Taif

Speaker: S.Babichev


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 2 Novel computational Techniques for Thin-layer Chromatography (TLC) Profiling and TLC Profile Database Querying
Florian Heinke-University of Applied Sciences Mittweida, Rico Beier-University of Applied Sciences Mittweida, Tommy Bergmann-University of Applied Sciences Mittweida, Heiko Mixtacki-biostep GmbH, Dirk Labudde-University of Applied Sciences Mittweida

Speaker: Florian Heinke


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 3 Choosing a Target Sequence for Gene Editing - on sgRNA design.
Michał Chromiak, Michał Lupa

Speaker: Michał Chromiak


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 4 EEG spectral analysis of human cognitive workload study
Małgorzata Plechawska-Wójcik, Martyna Wawrzyk, Kinga Wesołowska, Monika Kaczorowska, Mikhail Tokovarov, Roman Dmytruk, Magdalena Borys - Lublin University of Technology, Institute of Computer Science

Speaker: Mikhail Tokovarov


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 5 OBJECT ORIENTED REPRESENTATION AND PROCESSING OF GENOMIC DATA IN RELATIONAL DATABASE
Adam Pelikant, Politechnika Łódzka, Instytut Mechatroniki i Systemów Informatycznych

Speaker: Adam Pelikant


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12.00 - 13.00Lunch (hotel restaurant)
13:30 ~ 19.30Excursion/trip to Czantoria Mountain and surroundings

- approx. 6h,

- requires prior declaration of participation in the Participation form,

- meeting point: main entrance to Muflon Hotel

- meeting time: 13:20

20.00 - ??.??Barbecue and folklore shows

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 Friday, 2 June 2017
Fourth day of the conference

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08.00 - 09.00Breakfast (hotel restaurant)
09.00 - 10.00Keynote talk (conference hall A)

 1 3D Crime Scene and Disaster Site Reconstruction using Open Source Software
Prof. Dr. Dirk Labudde

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Dirk Labudde, Bioinformatics group Mittweida (bigM) and Forensic Science Investigation Lab (FoSIL), University of Applied Sciences, Mittweida, Germany


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10.00 - 10.20Coffee break (lobby)
10.20 - 11.40Plenary session F1.A - Specific problems of data processing (conference hall A)

Session chair: Prof. Adam Piórkowski


 1 Interoperable SQLite for a Bare PC
William Thompson, Ramesh Karne, Alexander Wijesinha, Hojin Chang, Towson University

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 2 Multi-model databases - a review
Ewa Płuciennik SUT, Kamil Zgorzałek SUT

Speaker: Ewa Płuciennik


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 3 Document-oriented RDF Graph Store
Łukasz Szeremeta, Institute of Informatics, University of Bialystok; Dominik Tomaszuk, Institute of Informatics, University of Bialystok

Speaker: Łukasz Szeremeta


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 4 RDF Validation: A Brief Survey
Dominik Tomaszuk, Institute of Informatics, University of Bialystok

Speaker: Dominik Tomaszuk


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11.40 - 12.00Coffee break (the underground cafe)
12.00 - 13.40Plenary session F1.B - Database applications (conference hall B)

Session chair: Prof. Stanisław Kozielski


 1 An ontological model of
Zaborowski M., WSB w Dabrowie Górniczej

Speaker: Mirosław Zaborowski, WSB Dabrowa Górnicza


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 2 Metadata processing in CREDO long-term digital archive
Piotr Pałka, Tomasz Traczyk, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

Speaker: Piotr Pałka, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland


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 3 An ontology model for communicating with an Autonomous Mobile Platform
Rafal Cupek, Adam Ziębinski, Marcin Fojcik

Speaker: Marcin Fojcik


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 4 Relational Transition System in Maude
Bartosz Zieliński, Paweł Maślanka, Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Physics and Apllied Informatics, University of Łódź, Pomorska 149/153 90-236 Łódź, Poland

Speaker: Bartosz Zieliński : University of Łódź, Poland


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 5 Computer software supporting rock stress state assessment for deep coal mines.
Sebastian Iwaszenko, GIG; Janusz Makówka, GIG

Speaker: Sebastian Iwaszenko


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13.40 - 14.00Closing ceremony (conference hall A)

 1 Concluding remarks and future plans
Dr. Paweł Kasprowski: Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland

Speaker: Dr. Paweł Kasprowski: Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland


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14.00 - 15.00Lunch (hotel restaurant)

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