The publication highlighted a complete coverage of the CSBC XXXIII, held in Maceió (AL) in July, which brought the theme "Smart Cities: Challenges for computing."
Jornadas de Atualização em Informática (JAI) is one of the most important academic events of scientific and technological upgrading of the Computer Science community in Brazil. Taught by senior researchers in our community, JAI offers a unique opportunity for academics and computer professionals in a lot of subjects with leaders of research areas in Brazil.
JAI, traditionally held in conjunction with the Congress of SBC, is formed by a set of short courses of six hours duration each, focusing on advanced topics, but mature at the same time, that are not part of the regular curriculum of graduation courses.
The seminar sponsored by the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC) supported by CAPES (Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Level Personnel) and FAPESP (São Paulo Research Foundation) gathered 20 Brazilian researchers in the Computing field, who are the authors of this report, during two days.