Tag: informatics

B.R.A.I.N. – Social Media in Science Education

The latest volume of B.R.A.I.N. Journal has a new intriguing research on Training Teachers for the Knowledge Society: Social Media in Science Education  offered by Dana Crăciun and Mădălin Bunoiu from the West University of Timișoara, Romania. Internet and Social Media (SM) have revolutionized the way exploratory data is dispersed inside of our general public. These days […]

B.R.A.I.N. Journal – Generation Y Students in Social Media

Daniela Popescul and Mircea Georgescu present a new research indexed in B.R.A.I.N. Journal on a very current topic: Generation Y Students in Social Media. The purpose of this study is to estimate what is known about Generation Y students’ behaviour in Social Media (SM), especially in our country.

B.R.A.I.N – Browsing Semantic Data in Slovakia

Ján Mojžiš and Michal Laclavík present an interesting topic in the academic article Browsing Semantic Data in Slovakia in the latest volume of B.R.A.I.N. journal. Semantic data browsing is an important task for open and governmental data in behalf of public control. There are many projects and solutions regarding semantic data browsing and navigation, but despite the […]

New B.R.A.I.N. Research – Efficient Filtering of Noisy Fingerprint Images

Fingerprint identification is an imperative field in the wide space of biometrics with numerous applications in various zones such as: judicial, cell telephones, access systems, airports. There are many elaborated algorithms for fingerprint identification, but none of them can guarantee that the results of identification are always 100 % accurate. Professor Maria Liliana Costin, from Babes-Bolyai University […]

New Ideas for Brain Modelling – Revolutionary Research in B.R.A.I.N. Journal

B.R.A.I.N. is an academic journal willing to create links between specialists from clearly diverse exploratory fields, for example, Computer Science and Neurology. In fact, there is a considerable measure of subjects, for example, Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Sciences and Neurosciences, that can converge in the investigation of the brain and its keen capacities.

Grace Murray Hopper – a Pioneer in Computer Science

The rear admiral Grace Murray Hopper (born with the name of Grace Brewster Murray in New York City on the 9th of December 1006 – d. The 1st of January 1992), the first of the three children of the family, was a pioneer in computer science, and an officer in the military marine of the […]

Sister Mary Kenneth Keller – the First Woman in the US to Obtain a PhD in CS

Sister Mary Kenneth Keller (born in Ohio 1914 – the 10th of January 1985) was the first woman in the United States to obtain a PhD in Computer Science on the Inductive Interference on models generated by the computer, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Mary Kenneth Keller, who was also a nun, contributed to the development […]

Ada Lovelace – the First World’s Programmer

Ada Lovelace (born with the name of Augusta Ada Byron, on the 10th of December 1815), considered to be the first world’s programmer, was the daughter that the romantic poet George Gordon Byron, or shortly, Lord Byron, had with Anne Isabella Milbanke inside their short marriage, and she was herself an expert mathematician in a […]