School of Computing Seminar Schedule: Fall 2016

Seminars are scheduled each FRIDAY at 2:30 pm, in McAdams 119, EXCEPT where indicated in RED below. A pre-talk social event (a meet, greet, and eat) will take place 30 minutes prior to each talk in McAdams 115 (faculty/staff lounge). Remember to REFRESH your browser window to see most up-to-date information as this page is updated frequently. Link to SoC's Google calendar here.

AUGUST

19

Open Date

SoC Orientation

26

SEPTEMBER

2

Austin Brennan, Erik Reed, Jenny Thompson, Christian Weeks, and Alex Young
Digital Production Arts MFA Students

Internship/Work Experience: Summer 2016 [abstract]

9

16

23

Ellie Ebrahimi Dhaval Parmar

Clemson University School of Computing
Conference Presentations from IEEE VR '16 and ACM SAP '16


VEnvI: Using Dance and Virtual Reality to get Middle School Children interested in Computer Science presented by Dhaval Parmar [abstract]
An Empirical Evaluation of Visuo-haptic Feedback on Physical Reaching Behaviors during 3D Interaction in Real and Immersive Virtual Environments presented by Ellie Ebrahimi [abstract]

30

Amy Apon

Amy Apon (Moderator)
Clemson University School of Computing

Panel Discussion on the Opportunities and Challenges of Interdisciplinary Collaborative Computing Research [abstract]

Panelists: Kelly Caine, Andrew Duchowski, and Ilya Safro, Clemson University School of Computing

OCTOBER

7

Chad Steed

Chad Steed
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Advancing Additive Manufacturing Through Visual Data Science [abstract]

14

Bistra Dilkina

Bistra Dilkina
Georgia Tech

Machine Learning for Branch and Bound Search [abstract]

21

David Wentzlaff

David Wentzlaff
Princeton University

The Next Million Core Data Center Processor will be Open Sourced [abstract]

28

Joseph Singapogu

Joseph Singapogu
IBIOE, Clemson University

Medical Simulators for Clinical Skills Training: Opportunities and Challenges [abstract]

NOVEMBER

4

Mark Guzdial

Mark Guzdial
Georgia Tech

Improving Success in Learning Computer Science Using Lessons from Learning Sciences [abstract]

11

Joshua Ekandem

Joshua Ekandem
Intel

Leaping Ahead to Full Autonomy: An Approach to Experience Design for Autonomous Vehicles…and What I Learned Working in Industry [abstract]

25

THANKSGIVING

DECEMBER

2

Ehab Al-Shaer

Ehab Al-Shaer
University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Toward Science of Cyber Agility [abstract]

 

 

 

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