School of Computing Seminar Schedule: Fall 2018

Seminars are scheduled each FRIDAY at 2:30 pm, in McAdams 119, EXCEPT where indicated in RED below. A pre-talk social event (a meet, greet, and eat) will take place 20-30 minutes prior to each talk in McAdams 116. Remember to REFRESH your browser window to see most up-to-date information as this page is updated frequently. Link to SoC's Google calendar here.

AUGUST

24

Jessica Baron

Jessica Baron
Clemson University

Building a Feather Tool for Production at Weta Digital [abstract]

31

Shuangshuang Jin

Shuangshuang Jin
Clemson University, School of Computing

The Development of a High-Performance Computing (HPC) Software Framework for Power Grid Simulations and Beyond [abstract]

SEPTEMBER

7

Betsy DiSalvo

Betsy DiSalvo
Georgia Tech

Focusing on Values to Shape the Design of, and Access to, Learning Technology [abstract]

14

Eric Patterson

Eric Patterson
Clemson University, School of Computing

Countenance Lab: Sketching a Roadmap [abstract]

21


OPEN DATE

28

Yi Pan

Yi Pan
Georgia State University

Deep Learning for Big Data Applications -- Challenges and Future Directions [abstract]

OCTOBER

5

Eakta Jain

Eakta Jain
University of Florida

Generating Compelling Characters for Child Users [abstract]

12

Hongda Li and Wenbo Ding
Clemson University

Security for IDS Virtualization and IoT Physical Interaction Control [abstract]

19

Kirk Cameron

Kirk Cameron
Virginia Tech

Revisiting Quantitative Approaches to System Design in the Power Age [abstract]

26

Joel Brogan

Joel Brogan
University of Notre Dame

Tracing the Stories of Images on the Internet [abstract]

NOVEMBER

2

Duncan Buell
University of South Carolina

Analyzing South Carolina's Election Data: What Can We Learn About the Process and the Software? [abstract]

16

Holakou Rahmanian

Holakou Rahmanian
University of California, Santa Cruz

Online Dynamic Programming [abstract]

30

Federico Iuricich

Federico Iuricich
Clemson University

Towards the Analysis of Multidimensional Data Through Topology-Based Techniques [abstract]

DECEMBER

7

Michael Ekstrand

Michael Ekstrand
Boise State University

User, Agent, Subject, Spy: Information Systems for Human Flourishing [abstract]

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