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CBK software

CBK softwareBrussels, Belgium (2017). CBK is a chargeback processing software provided by FIS, which resolves disputed transactions while minimizing fraud loss. CBK is implemented at major banks and card processing centers, offers one single interface to cover all types of exception processing problems, cutting down operational costs, ensuring real financial control and relieving users from repetitive and highly time-consuming tasks to focus on decision making. Learn more


Miles configuration training

Miles configuration training

Sofico, Belgium (2016). This internal classroom training consists in a four-week (15 days) session that focuses on the most common configuration aspects of Miles, which is a scalable, adaptive and flexible end-to-end software for automotive finance, leasing, fleet and mobility management. The training focuses on the hands-on aspects of configuring a Miles environment and attempts to closely match a real life Miles implementation by means of several use cases. Learn more


Introduction to Scrum

Introduction to ScrumiLean, Belgium (2015). This classroom training introduces Scrum, which is an iterative and incremental software development methodology used for product development. This training, which combines theoretical concepts, practical exercises, games, discussions and real-life examples, explains how Scrum maximises the value of products, while minimizing software development-related risks, by iteratively delivering small increments so as to allow fast feedback. Learn more


Miles functional training

Miles functional training

Sofico, Belgium (2015). This internal classroom training consists in a five-day session that focuses on the main functional procedures in Miles, which is a scalable, adaptive and flexible end-to-end software for automotive finance, leasing, fleet and mobility management. This training given to new Miles users explains how to manage the entire lifecycle of contracts and provides high-level information about the major functional domains by combining both theory and exercises. Learn more


Miles software

Miles software

Ghent, Belgium (2015). Miles is a flexible end-to-end software for automotive finance, leasing, fleet and mobility management provided by Sofico. Main customers are leasing companies, car brands and banks. Software delivery projects consist of several phases: preparation, definition (i.e. analysis of the requirements), implementation (i.e. translation of requirements into a solution), system integration and user acceptance testings, go-live and post go-live. Learn more


VPH 2012 – Conference

VPH 2012 – ConferenceYves Martelli, Tristan Whitmarsh, Ludovic Humbert, François Chung, Luis M. del Río Barquero, Silvana Di Gregorio, Luigi Carotenuto, Alejandro F. Frangi: A software framework for 3D reconstruction and fracture risk assessment of the proximal femur from dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry. VPH 2012: Virtual Physiological Human – Integrative approaches to computational biomedicine, London, 2012. Learn more


GIMIAS framework

GIMIAS frameworkBarcelona, Spain (2011). GIMIAS (Graphical Interface for Medical Image Analysis and Simulation) is a workflow-oriented environment for solving advanced biomedical image computing and individualized simulation problems, which is extensible through the development of problem-specific plugins. In addition, GIMIAS provides an open source framework for efficient development of research and clinical software prototypes while allowing business-friendly technology transfer. Learn more


CCIA 2006 – Conference

CCIA 2006 – ConferenceEmili Hernàndez, Pere Ridao, Marc Carreras, David Ribas, Narcís Palomeras, Andres El-Fakdi, François Chung, Toni Almohaya, Xavier Ribas, Guillermo García de Marina, Joan Massich, Natàlia Hurtós: ICTINEU AUV, un robot per a competir. CCIA 2006: Congrés Català d’Intel.ligència Artificial, Associació Catalana d’Intel.ligència Artificial (ACIA), Perpignan, 2006. Learn more


SAUC-E competition

SAUC-E competitionGirona, Spain (2006). Inspired by the American competitions, SAUC-E (Student Autonomous Underwater Challenge – Europe) is the first underwater robotics competition for students to be held in Europe. To be eligible, a group of students must design and build a robot capable of carrying out, autonomously, a mission predefined by the organization in the underwater environment. Learn more



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