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Visual/Human Centered Computing Seminar Schedule
Spring Semester 2014

We meet each Friday at 2:30 pm, in McAdams 119, unless indicated in red below.

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JANUARY
10 Zubair Shafiq Zubair Shafiq
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Michigan State University
Big Data Measurement and Analytics for Networking and Security Systems [abstract]

17 Amir Houmansadr Amir Houmansadr
Department of Computer Science
University of Texas at Austin
The Cyberspace Battle for Information: Combating Internet Censorship [abstract]

24 Hongxin Hu Hongxin Hu
Assistant Professor
Department of Computer and Information Sciences
Delaware State University
Towards Reliable Access Control Systems [abstract]

31 OPEN DATE    
FEBRUARY
7 Chad Steed Chad Steed
Researcher
Computational Data Analytics Group
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Extreme Scale Visual Analytics [abstract]

14 OPEN DATE    

21 Kevin Eliceiri Kevin Eliceiri
Director of Laboratory for Optical and Computational Instrumentation (LOCI)
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Multidimensional Image Informatics in Live Cell Imaging [abstract]

28 Eileen Kramer Eileen Kraemer
Associate Dean
Franklin College of Arts and Sciences
The University of Georgia
Candidate for School of Computing Director [abstract]
MARCH
7 Yanxiang Wu Yanxiang Wu
Research Assistant
Clemson University
Effects of Virtual Human Animation on Emotion Contagion in Simulated Inter-Personal Experiences [abstract]

14 OPEN DATE  

21     SPRING BREAK

28 OPEN DATE    
APRIL
4 Kyla McMullen Kyla McMullen
Assistant Professor
Human-Centered Computing
Clemson University
Virtual Spatial Audio: Rendering, Perception, and Practical Applications [abstract]

11 Turner Whitted Turner Whitted
TWI Research / UNC-CH
Re-defining Graphics Architecture [abstract]

18 OPEN DATE  

25 Wole Oyekoya Wole Oyekoya
Visualization and VR Manager
Virginia Tech
Visualization and Visual Attention in Collaborative Mixed Reality Environments [abstract]


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