School of Computing Seminar Schedule: Fall 2015

We meet each Friday at 2:30 pm, in McAdams 119, unless indicated in red below. Remember to refresh your browser window to see most up-to-date information as we update this page frequently.

AUGUST

21

Moderator: Josh Levine

SoC Graduate Student Recruitment Planning Meeting

28

OPEN DATE

SEPTEMBER

4

Bart Knijnenburg

Bart Knijnenburg
Clemson University: School of Computing

Inferring Capabilities of Intelligent Agents From Their External Traits [abstract]

11

Katarzyna Harężlak

Katarzyna Harężlak
Silesian University of Technology, Poland

Eyes As the Window to the Soul--Eye Movement Analysis [abstract]

18

Vivian Motti

Vivian Motti
Clemson University: School of Computing

An Overview of Wearable Health: Applications, Requirements and Challenges [abstract]

25

Margaret Heil

Margaret Heil
NC State University

An Overview of the Operation of the NCSU Computer Science Senior Design Center: Facilitating the Transition for Graduating Seniors [abstract]

OCTOBER

2

Kenan Bektas
University of Zurich / Clemson SoC (visiting scholar)

Gaze Contingent Geovisualization: Design and Implementation of a Test Bed for Computational and User Experiments [abstract]

9

OPEN DATE

16

David Donar

David Donar
Clemson University: Department of Art / DPA

Creative Research of the Mighty Monarch Butterfly [abstract]

Tue. 20

DreamWorks Animation

DreamWorks Animation
10:00 - 11:00 am
Academic Success Center Room 118

Company Overview Presentation [flyer]

23

Kamin Whitehouse
University of Virginia

Sensing People in the Home [abstract]

30

Jan Holmevik

Jan Holmevik
Clemson University: Center of Excellence in Next Generation Computing and Creativity

Digital Literacy, Creativity, And Invention For Learners in the Digital Economy [abstract]

NOVEMBER

6

Olga Kuksenok

Olga Kuksenok
Clemson University: Materials Science and Engineering

Stimuli-Induced Reconfiguration and Directed Motion of Chemo-Responsive Gels [abstract]

13

Burcu Bulgurcu

Burcu Bulgurcu
Boston College

Use of Privacy Settings on Enterprise Social Media and Its Consequences on Group Performance: A Multi-Level Research Proposal [abstract]

20

Bill Manaris

Bill Manaris
College of Charleston

Computing in the Arts (CITA) – A New Major for Creative People [abstract]

27

OPEN DATE

THANKSGIVING

DECEMBER

4

Brian Malloy

Brian Malloy
Clemson University: School of Computing

On The Importance of Comprehension of the Computational Model Underlying Computer Systems [abstract]

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