Participants from the Applied Computing research group presented 16 abstracts at the event
Students from the research group on Applied Computing at Feevale University participated in the 2nd International Academic Congress of the International Collaborative Authoring Network (RIAC). The objective of the event, which took place on the 19th and 20th, was to contribute to scientific and technological development through socio-educational actions. In addition, the congress aimed to provide the creation, encouragement, and development of social impact businesses for people in situations of social and economic vulnerability, with a focus on the collaborative development of digital artifacts.
Students presented sixteen abstracts from the Feevale research group at the Riac Congress. The event was aimed at public or private schools and universities, both national and international, in addition to public and private companies and civil society organizations of public interest (OSCIPs).