Opportunities abound for CofC students studying in "Silicon Harbor."

Opportunities abound for CofC students studying in “Silicon Harbor.”

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

Harbor Walk campus

Harbor Walk at College of Charleston

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

View the poster for the  Fall 2016 Computer Science Research Speaker Series.