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COTTON WEBINAR 2 December 2020

COTTON WEBINAR 2 December 2020

5.0 08:00 29 Dec 2019

Prof. Rattan Lal, is considered a living legend in the field of Soil Health. He is Director of the Carbon Management and Sequestration Center at The Ohio State University, and an Adjunct Professor of University of Iceland. He has authored/co-authored 955 refereed journal articles and 543 book chapters, has written 22 and edited/co-edited 76 books. He was included in the Thomson Reuters list of the World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds (2014-2016), and he is among Clarivate’s Highly Cited Researchers in Agriculture (2014-2019). He has received an Honoris Causa degree from seven universities in Europe, USA and Asia; the Medal of Honor from UIMP, Santander, Spain (2018); the Distinguished Service Medal of IUSS (2018); and is fellow of the five professional societies. He is laureate of the GCHERA World Agriculture Prize (2018), Glinka World Soil Prize (2018), the Japan Prize (2019), the U.S. Awasthi IFFCO Prize (2019), and the World Food Prize (2020). Prof. Tabashnik is one of the most influential scientists of our times in Entomology and Biological Sciences. He has led the Department of Entomology at University of Arizona for 24 years. Tabashnik’s research team studies the evolution and management of insect resistance to insecticides and transgenic plants. Current work focuses on evolution of resistance to insecticidal proteins from the bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt). Web of Science/Clarivate Analytics recognized his work as highly cited (2018 and 2019). Tabashnik is Fellow of the Royal Society of Entomology, UK. He is the recipient of several Awards which include the Nan-Yao Su Award for Innovation and Creativity in Entomology, Entomological Society of America; Koffler Prize in Research/Scholarship/Creative Activity, University of Arizona. He recently won the Plant-Insect Ecosystems Lifetime Achievement Award in Entomology from the Entomological Society of America.

CECIP webinar: Data security

CECIP webinar: Data security

5.0 14:00 29 Dec 2019

The digitalisation of the European weighing industry creates large amounts of data that are flowing from the weighing instruments to external systems. Where this data is sensitive or confidential there is the need for appropriate data security measures. However, this raises the question how to regulate data security within legal metrology. CECIP believes this deserves a discussion with experts approaching the issue from different angles. Therefore, this webinar on data security on 3 December is organised. We're glad to present a number of high-quality speakers to discuss the topic with us. These are: Bobjoseph Mathew, Vice President OIML and Vice Director METAS Paul Turner, Head of Legal Metrology NSAI Nick Parsons, CECIP President and Deputy CSO Minebea Intec Ulrich Rauchschwalbe, Head of Controller Development Schenck Process Europe and CECIP LMG member All stakeholders are invited for this event and can register via this page. You're welcome to invite colleagues or other interested persons in your network. If there are any questions you can contact the CECIP secretariat via: info@cecip.eu.

Computer Vision is Changing the World: Find Out How

Computer Vision is Changing the World: Find Out How

5.0 10:30 29 Dec 2019

Webinar: Join our CEO, Marty Beard, with Lead Robotics and AI Researcher at Seafloor Systems, Marcos Barrera, and Co-founder & Managing Partner at Editek, Leo Cohen, to discuss computer vision and how it is dramatically improving customer insights and competitive advantage for businesses around the world. The alwaysAI platform has over 12,000 computer vision developers that are building and deploying CV applications on the edge! These developers have created over 3,500 projects that provide incredible insight into this new world of AI. As a result, we have identified some interesting use case patterns and want to share how our community is leveraging alwaysAI and computer vision to transform their business and the world! This webinar is ideal for developers, managers, C-suite officers, and anyone assessing computer vision as part of their enterprise's digital transformation. How to Join? Our webinar will be hosted on Zoom. For details about how to join, add this invitation to your calendar! Add to Google Calendar | Add to Outlook Calendar | Add to Yahoo Calendar What you'll need: An alwaysAI account, sign up here  About alwaysAI: alwaysAI brings deep learning computer vision (CV) to embedded devices. We provide developers an easy-to-use platform to quickly build and deploy deep learning CV applications on IoT devices like cameras, drones, wearables, robots, and transportation units. We give intelligent sight to these devices and enable them to autonomously make smart decisions in real-time. Learn more at www.alwaysai.co

Arctic Borders in a Global Context Webinar

Arctic Borders in a Global Context Webinar

5.0 11:00 29 Dec 2019

Global environmental changes are challenging how Arctic countries manage their borders and the flow of people and products within the circumpolar region. The management of Arctic climate change impacts across borders demands transnational cooperation at a regional and global scale to ensure the security of northern communities and nation states. Join the Migration in Harmony Research Coordination Network was we explores the ways in which we can understand these new challenges in relation to larger geopolitical concepts of security and border management, new patterns of cross-regional trade, and the role of international governance structures and institutions such as the Arctic Council. Border experts Dr. Heather Nicol, Dr. Karen Everett, and Dr. Andrew Chater will share their finding from upcoming book, Arctic Borders in Global Context. In this webinar, you will learn about the historical definition of land and maritime boundaries, as well as the related disputes that followed their delineation, demarcation, or proposed establishment. The presentation will explore the implications of border delineation and enforcement for Indigenous peoples and cultures in the American North and how contemporary trade and economic processes pose challenges to the maintenance of domestic borders. Learn how bordering processes are becoming deterritorialized and are moving away from the state management of borders in place in a climate changed Arctic. Migration In Harmony is an international, cross-disciplinary network of Arctic migration researchers funded by the National Science Foundation. Learn more and sign up at https://mailchi.mp/georgetown/migrationinharmony. Dr. Heather Nicol is the Director of the School for the Study of Canada and a Professor of Geography in the School of the Environment at Trent University. Her research is focused upon exploring the dynamics which structure the political geography of the circumpolar North, with a specific focus on the North American Arctic and Canada-US relations. Dr. Andrew Chater is a faculty member at Brescia University College in London, Canada, as well as a fellow at Polar Research and Policy Initiative. His research interest is Arctic governance, particularly the Arctic Council. And Dr. Karen Everett is a Postdoctoral Fellow with the Canada Research Chair on Comparative Aboriginal Condition at Université Laval, and a Fellow at the Polar Research and Policy Initiative. Her research interests are Arctic security, economy, and governance.

Webinar "TDD in React"

Webinar "TDD in React"

5.0 18:30 29 Dec 2019

SSA Group invites the Middle and Senior Frontend developers to join our eighth webinar "TDD in React". Speaker - Artur Kashaiev, Head of Backend Node.js department During the webinar, we will examine the test-driven development (TDD) approach in React.js on the example of drop-down implementation. We will see how TDD changes the development process, what actions should be taken in order not to miss essential testing scenarios, and explore the testing tools such as Jest and React testing library in practice. The webinar will be useful for developers of the Middle+ level who have basic knowledge of unit testing but no experience in TDD. Agenda TDD: the definition and rules TDD: Pros & Cons Design: decomposition, condition analysis, data flow Live coding: task implementation in React.js Language: Russian Free entry, all participants should sign up Please ensure the email address is correct. See you online on December 3, at 6:30 pm!

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