Visual/Human Centered Computing Seminar Schedule
Fall Semester, 2011

We meet each Friday at 2:30 pm
, in McAdams 119, unless indicated in red below.

Aug. 26 — Open Date

Sep. 2 — Dennis Lingerfeld, Pretend Sound Cards: An Exploration of the Advanced Linux Sound Architecture(ALSA)

Sep. 9 — Open Date

Sep. 16 — Phillip Napieralski, Near-Field Distance Perception in Real and Virtual Environments Using Both Verbal and Action Responses

Sep. 23 — Brandon Pelfrey and Jerry Tessendorf, Reconstructing 3D Scenes of Football Games from Static Cameras

Monday, Sep. 26Wanda Eugene, Ph.D., Culture-based Computing for Adult Learners (C-CAL)

Sep. 30 — Open Date

Thursday, Oct. 6Jack Cothren, Ph.D., Current Challenges in Extracting and Managing Semantic Geospatial Information

Oct. 14 — Open Date

Oct. 21 — Brian Dean, Ph.D., Cells Aren’t Water Balloons!  Realistic 3D Cell Cytoskeletal Reconstruction from Machine Vision Analysis of Confocal Microscopy Images.

Oct. 28 — Jerry Tessendorf, Ph.D., The Characteristic Map for Fast and Efficient VFX Fluid Simulations

Nov. 4 — Andrea Johnson, The Potential Benefits of Multimodal Social Interaction On The Web For Senior Users

Tuesday, Nov. 8Tamara Clegg, Ph.D., Technology for Supporting Life-Relevant Learning in Science

Nov. 11 -- Manan Gupta and Jeff Bertrand, Multi-Agent Scenario Generation Framework for Simulations in Preventive Medicine Education

Nov. 18 — Aqueasha Martin, Designing Health Systems for Understanding: Helping an Aging Population Understand OCT Medication Risks*

Nov. 25 — Thanksgiving Holiday

Dec. 2 — Josh Ekandem

Dec. 9 — Shaundra Daily, Ph.D.