School of Computing Seminar Schedule: Spring 2019

Seminars are scheduled each FRIDAY at 2:30 pm, in McAdams 114, 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 106. 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.

JANUARY

11


18

Alex Feltus
Clemson University, Department of Genetics & Biochemistry

Mining GEMs for Genes at the Petascale [abstract]

25

Donghee Yvette Wohn

Donghee Yvette Wohn
New Jersey Institute of Technology

Content Moderation in Live Streaming Micro Communities [abstract]

FEBRUARY

1

Venkat Krovi
Clemson University, Automotive Engineering

Acquisition and Development of an Open Connected and Automated Vehicle (CAV) Research Platform

8

Yin Yang

Yin Yang
The University of New Mexico

Efficient Simulation of 3D Elastic Solid and Its Applications [abstract]

Wed. 13 @1:15

Bruce Gooch

Bruce Gooch
Texas A&M University

So, Games are Fun, What Now? [abstract]

CHARLESTON, SC

15

Ye Duan

Ye Duan
University of Missouri at Columbia

A Deep Learning Approach for 3D Shape Understanding [abstract]

MARCH

1

Imon Banerjee

Imon Banerjee
Stanford University

NLP in Medicine: Annotation & Prediction [abstract]

Mon. 4 @ 12:20 PM

Jiajia Li

Jiajia Li
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)

High Performance Tensor Algebra for Applications and Architectures [abstract]

Wed. 6 @ 2:30 PM

Kai Liu

Kai Liu
Colorado School of Mines

Alternating Minimization in Machine Learning with Provable Convergence [abstract]

Room: 107 McAdams

8

John-Paul Ore

John-Paul Ore
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Incorporating Real-World Semantics into Program Analysis of Robot Systems [abstract]

Mon. 11 @ 12:20 PM

Akond Rahman

Akond Rahman
North Carolina State University

Characterizing Defects in Infrastructure as Code [abstract]

15

Nina Hubig

Nina Hubig
BMW

Analyzing and Predicting Large Vector-, Graph- and Spatio-temporal Data [abstract]

APRIL

5 @ 11 am in 129 Webex

Mohamad El Hariri
Florida International University

The IEC 61850 Standard: Challenges and Security Countermeasures [abstract]

Wed. 10 @ 12:20 pm

Stephen Lee
University of Massachusetts Amherst

A Systems Perspective of Data-driven Smart Cities [abstract]

12

Tim Weninger

Tim Weninger
University of Notre Dame

Fact, Fiction, and the Newsfeed - Artificial Promotion and the Attention Economy [abstract]

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