FESTA for Beginners (Pisa, 09-10 May 2012)

                      FOT-Net seminar FESTA for beginners


Special seminar for people who are new to Field Operational Tests

Pisa, 9-10 May 2012

Seminar organised in cooperation with CNIT (National Inter-University Consortium for Telecommunications), Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna.

  FINAL REPORT fotnet_seminar_report_pisa_final


9 MAY 201211.30-12.00 Coffee and registration  
12.00-13.00 Welcome at TeCIP Introduction participants


Introduction to FOT-Net and FESTA

Giancarlo Prati (TeCIP) Introduction CNIT[0.1]Paolo Pagano (CNIT) CNIT poster 2[0.1]Irina Silva (ERTICO) FOT-Net Pisa seminar_IS

Yvonne Barnard (University of Leeds) Introduction[0.1]

13.00-14.15 Lunch and visit facilities
14.15-14.45 Context, function selection and use cases Stig Franzen (Chalmers University)Context function selection and use cases[0.1]
14.45-16.00 Research questions, hypotheses and performance indicatorsExercise in small groups Oliver Carsten and Yvonne Barnard (University of Leeds) exercise_hypotheses[0.1]
Research questions hypotheses PI[0.1]
16.00-16.15 Coffee break  
16.15-16.45 Study design, measure, sensors and data collection Oliver Sawade (FOKUS) Study design measure sensors and data collection[0.1]
16.45-17.15 FOTIP and how to use the handbook Roberto Brignolo (CRF) FOTIP and Handbook[0.1]
17.15-18.00 Stories from FOTs and question time Speakers from projects
20.00 Dinner  
10 MAY 20129.00-9.30 Ethical and legal issues Yvonne Barnard (University of Leeds) legal_ethical issues[0.1]
9.30-10.15 Databases and data analysis Andreas Pütz (IKA) and Rosa Blanco (CTAG) Data Analysis[0.1]
10.15-10.45 Question session (all topics)
10.45-11.00 Coffee break
11.00-12.00 Analysis of research questions and hypotheses and systems and functions Small group exercise Oliver Carsten (University of Leeds) Hypothesis formulation[0.1]
12.00-13.30 Lunch and visit facilities
13.30-14.30 Socio-economic impact assessment Eline Jonkers (TNO)Tom Alkim (RWS)Socio-economic impact assessment[0.1]
14.30-15.00 Questions, conclusions, wrap-up

For more information contact the FOT-Net team