The Department of Computer Science hosts a variety of lectures, seminars, and other events throughout the academic year. The Friday afternoon lecture series will resume this fall.
Friday Afternoon Lecture Series, 2020-21
April 23: Qun Li, William & Mary
"Byzantine Fault Tolerant Distributed Machine Learning"
April 16: Alina Zare, University of Florida
A Distinguished Lecture presented by the Institute of Computing and Systems
"Multiple Instance Learning for Plant Root Phenotyping"
April 9: Tim Frick, Mightybytes
"People, Planet, Pixels: Toward Sustainable Digital Products and Practices"
March 19: Kelly Steelman, Cognitive and Learning Sciences
"Keeping Up with Tech"
March 5: Hongyu An, ECE
"Designing an Energy-Efficient Neuromorphic System through Two-Layer Memristive Synapses."
February 26: Meryl Spencer, Research Scientist, MTRI
"Advancing Robotics through competition"
February 19: Vijay Garg, UT Austin
"Applying Predicate Detection to Discrete Optimization Problems"
February 12: Beth Veinott, Associate Professor, CLS
Beyond the system interface: Using human-centered design to support better collaborative forecasting
January 22: Shane Mueller, Associate Professor of Psychology, CLS
"Explainable AI, and principles for building human-centered XAI systems"
January 29: James Bezdek
A Distinguished Lecture presented by the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems
January 15: Lan Zhang, Assistant Professor, ECE
"Augmenting Radio Environments for Better Wireless Ecosystems"
December 11, 2020: Sidike Paheding, Assistant Professor, AC
November 13, 2020: Richard Ladner, Univ. of Washington
Presented by the ICC and the Human-Centered Computing (HCC) research group.