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School of Computing Seminar Schedule
Spring Semester 2015

We meet each Friday at 12:30 pm, in McAdams 119, unless indicated in red below.

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JANUARY
9 OPEN DATE

16 David Donar David Donar
Clemson University
Contemporary Animation and Visual Effects Education: Balancing Different Influences and Pressures to Allow for Creative Expression, Established Industry Production Practices, and New Research Possibilities [abstract]

21
WED. @1:00 pm
Ed Angel Edward Angel
University of New Mexico
Teaching Computer Graphics in a Web-Dominated World [abstract]

23 Xuewen Chen Xue-wen Chen
Wayne State University
Deep Learning for Big Data [abstract]

30 J Barr von Oehsen James Barr von Oehsen
Clemson University
Building Campus Level Cloud Infrastructures [abstract]
FEBRUARY
6 Edward Swan J. Edward Swan II
Mississippi State University
How Do We Measure Depth Perception in Near-Field Augmented Reality Inspired by Medical Applications? [abstract]

13 Patrick Shih Patrick C. Shih
Pennsylvania State University
Supporting Civic Activities with Machine and Human Computation [abstract]

20
Andrea Kleinsmith Andrea Kleinsmith
University of Florida
Understanding Human Behavior: From Virtual Humans to Emotional Body Expressions [abstract]

27 Carrie Bruce Carrie Bruce
Georgia Institute of Technology
Designing for Participation: Evidence and Research-Driven Practice [abstract]
MARCH
4
WED. @1:00 pm
Craig Halperin Craig "Xray" Halperin
VFX Designer/Educator
A Procedural Perspective [abstract]

6 Eric Patterson Eric Patterson
University of North Carolina-Wilmington
Representation, Analysis, and Manipulation of the Human Facial Form in Two and Three Dimensions [abstract]

6
@2:00 pm
Venera Arnaoudova Venera Arnaoudova
The University of Texas at Dallas
Lexicon Quality in Software Evolution [abstract]

13 Bart Knijnenburg Bart Knijnenburg
University of California, Irvine
Making Decisions About Privacy: Interactive and Adaptive Solutions [abstract]

13
@1:45 pm
Andre Thomas André Thomas
Texas A&M University
How to Kill a Vampire or Using and Developing Learning Games in Higher Education [abstract]

20 OPEN DATE SPRING BREAK

24
TUE. @11:00 am
ASC
Victor Zordan Victor Zordan
University of California Riverside
Physics, Motion Capture, and Beyond: Applications in Graphics and Video Games [abstract]

25
WED. @2:00 pm
Room 114
Shahriar Nirjon Shahriar Nirjon
Hewlett-Packard Labs
Sensing and Inference in Mobile Cyber-Physical Systems [abstract]

27
Room 114
Kang Li Kang Li
University of Georgia
Hardening the Trust Chain Security in Smart Devices [abstract]

27
@2:00 pm
Vincent Cross II E. Vincent Cross II
Lockheed Martin / NASA Johnson Space Center
Human-Automation Collaboration [abstract]

30
MON. @2:00 pm
ASC Room 118
Rong Ge Rong Ge
Marquette University
Energy Efficient High Performance Computing: Theoretical Foundation and Enabling Technology [abstract]
APRIL
1
WED. @12:30 pm
Hung Nguyen Hung Viet Nguyen
Iowa State University
Cross-language Program Analysis for Dynamic Web Applications [abstract] | [slides]

3
OPEN DATE  

6
MON. @12:30 pm
Seymour Goodman Seymour Goodman
Georgia Institute of Technology
Building the Nation's Cyber Security Workforce [abstract]

10
OPEN DATE    

15
WED. @12:30 pm
Kang Li Kang Li
University of Georgia

Challenges and Opportunities:  Detecting New Security Vulnerabilities in Cloud Platforms and Beyond [abstract]


17 Sushil Prasad Sushil Prasad
Georgia State University
Expert in the NSF Division of Advanced Cyberinfrastructures (CISE/ACI) for Learning and Workforce Development
Parallel Computation on Geo-Spatial Datasets [abstract]

24 Steve Reid
Red Storm Entertainment - A Ubisoft Studio
Game Development: Shooting at a Moving Target [abstract]


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