Presentation on theme: "Modern Information Technologies in Małopolska"— Presentation transcript:
1Modern Information Technologies in Małopolska Krzysztof ZielińskiFaculty EAIiE Department of Computer Science Bussel 15th September 2009
2Małopolska – Center of IT Academic Potential AgendaMałopolska – Center of ITAcademic PotentialIT related projects in MałopolskaMałopolska Foresight 2020Digital Cinema technological contextSuccessful IT Companies in Małopolska
3Małopolska Region - Center of IT 25 % IT industry in Poland is located in MałopolskaKraków becomes a magnet for talent outsidethe immediate area and truly is going to earnthe title ‘the Silicon Valley of Poland’SSC/BPO2009 was a good year for Kraków. The city moved to number4 in the table for Global outsourcing and offshoring; 10 placesahead of Prague and 24 places ahead of Warsaw.
4Academic Potential of Małopolska JU 1364Jagiellonian University (JU)studentsAGH University of Science and Technology (AGH)studentsCracow University of Technology15694 studentsTOTAL number of students in Kraków: >AGH 1919AGH 2012No. of IT students>10 000
5Małopolska Information Technologies Cluster Academia:AGH-USTUJPKMission:Support of IT development bycooperation between:academia,industry, andlocal govermentITClusterMarshall OfficeIndustry:ComarchEricpolSabre….
6Małopolska IT ParkQuality International 2010: Golden Emblem for Kraków Technology Park16/06/2010The Quality International 2010 competition declared its final verdict. Kraków Technology Park was awarded the Golden Emblem of the Quality International 2010 in the category QI Services: services of the highest standard.The main objective of the project is: to establish a centre supporting the establishment anddevelopment of ICT businesses participating actively in thedevelopment of knowledge-based economy in Poland byinstitutional and infrastructural reinforcementof Kraków Technology Park.The plans include the construction of anA-class building of 12,000 m2 in 2011
7ETI – KIC InnoEnergyKIC InnoEnergy is committed to change the Europeanenergy system through innovation13 companies,10 research institutes,13 universitiesLeading by AGH – UST in Kraków MałopolskaCC Poland PlusClean Coal TechnologiesGasification of coal with CO2 internal reduction
8European Academy of Games European Academy of GamesAGH University of Science & TechnologyDepartment of computer ScienceFaculty of AcusticsJagiellonian UniversityFaculty of Thisics Astronomy & Applied Comp. Sc.Faculty of Scocial CommunicationIT Companies:CD ProjektReality PumpNibrisTechlandBlooberteamMission:Offering higher education in area of gamesdesign and productionSpeed up of games industry development in Małopolska
9IT-SOA New IT for e-economy and information society based on SOA paradigmAGH University of Science andTechnology - coordinatorPoznan University of EconomicsPoznan University of TechnologyInstitute of Computer Science Polish Academy of SciencesWrocław University of Technology
10HPC/PL-Grid Projects in ACC AGH-UST CPU 215 TFLOPSDisc Storage 2500 TBCompliant with EGEE/EGIHP Cluster Platform 3000 BL2x22055 Tflops/ 161 on TOP 500 list
11Małopolska Foresight 2020 Selected Technology 1 Hands-Free Computer Interface2Clean Energetical Technology3Medications topically destroying tumours & pathogens4Smart Systems5Pervasive access to information6Monitoring and Control for Disease Management7Advanced methods of diagnosing and surgery8Nanostructured materials with enhanced properties9Personalized medicine and therapies10Improved Treatments from Data Analysis
12Digital Cinema Technological Context Settings standard:European Digital Cinema Forum (EDCF)EDCF is the pre-eminent forum for sharing of ideas, information, questions and newsabout the business of D-cinema in EuropeDigital Cinema Initiatives (DCI) - USCST – FranceSociety of Motion Picture and Television Engineers US (1916)SMPTE members are spread throughout 64 countries worldwide
13Digital Cinema Technological Context Four Parameters of the Image:luminosity, colorimetricspace, resolution and contrastminimum resolution of 2048 pixels per line (or 2K) x 1080frame rate of 24 or 48 frames per second andcolorimetric depth of 12 bits.90 min = 60GB of storage spaceJPEG 2000 real-time compression at a rate of around 250MbpsProjectors:BarcoChristieCinemeccanicaDigital ProjectionJVCNECSonyServers:AvicaDoremiKodakQuvisXDCCompression:JPEG 2000Digital sound systems:DolbyDTSEncrypting and Securitycopying virtually impossible and hampers illegalfilming with camcorders inside the cinemas