The Department of Computer Science has announced announce the lineup for the Fall 2016 Computer Science Research Speaker Series.
The 13-week series features faculty and guest speakers discussing professional, ethical, legal and social issues related to computing.
All presentations are held at 3:30 p.m. on Mondays in Harbor Walk West, Room 217.
Sept. 5 – RoxAnn Stalvey, associate chair, Scratching the Surface & Rolling Study Halls with Google
Sept. 12 – Aspen Olmsted, graduate program director, Computer Science Graduate School
Sept. 19 – Jim Allison, executive director, Career Center, Wired for Success
Sept. 26 – Aspen Olmsted, assistant professor, Data Engineering Research Lab
Oct. 3 – Paul Anderson, assistant professor, Data Science Research Lab
Oct. 10 – Jim Bowring, associate professor, Cyber Infrastructure Research & Development Lab for the Earth Sciences
Oct. 17 – Eileen Callahan, research protections & compliance manager, Current Ethical Issues in Computing Research
Oct. 24 – Xenia Mountrouidou, assistant professor, Cyber Security Research Lab
Oct. 31 – William Bares, assistant professor, Virtual Production Research Lab
Nov. 14 – Ayman Hajja, visiting assistant professor, Reduction of Hospital Readmissions Through Actionable Knowledge Discovery
Nov. 21 – Xiangyang Li, MSSI program director, Johns Hopkins University, The Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute
Nov. 28 – Brent Munsell, assistant professor, Biomedical Image Analysis & Machine Learning Research Lab
Dec. 5 – Dr. Bill Manaris, Professor, Computer Music & Interaction Design