School of Computing Seminar Schedule: Spring 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 Google calendar here.

JANUARY

8

Open date

15

Open date

22

Open date

29

Heather Lipford

Heather Lipford
University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Interactive Static Analysis / Leveraging Community for Security and Privacy [abstract]

FEBRUARY

Mon. 1
@4 pm

Craig Schroeder

Craig Schroeder
University of California, Los Angeles

Hybrid Simulation Methods: Simulating the World Around You [abstract]

5

Jamie Payton

Jamie Payton
University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Pervasive Sensing: From Protocols to People [abstract]

12

Julia Rubin

Julia Rubin
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The Secret Life of Mobile Applications [abstract]

Mon. 15
@4 pm

Jia–Bin Huang

Jia–Bin Huang
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Visual Analysis and Synthesis with Physically Grounded Constraints [abstract]

19
@1 pm McAdams 114

Mehdi Bagherzadeh

Mehdi Bagherzadeh
Iowa State University

More Modular Reasoning for Scalable Concurrent Software Engineering [abstract]

19

Ashok K. Goel

Ashok K. Goel
Georgia Institute of Technology

GT Watson+: Jill and Other Incarnations of Watson [abstract]

Thur. 25 @2 pm McAdams 114

James Clawson

James Clawson
Georgia Institute of Technology

Understanding Engagement with mHealth Technologies [abstract]

26
@1 pm

Jaime Ruiz

Jaime Ruiz
Colorado State University

Eliciting Gestures from Users [abstract]

26

Laura Moreno

Laura Moreno
The University of Texas, Dallas

Automatically Generating Software Documentation From Existing Sources [abstract]

Mon. 29
@4 pm

Ioannis Karamouzas

Ioannis Karamouzas
University of Minnesota

Fun With Crowds: Leveraging Human Data for Simulating Pedestrian Interactions [abstract]

MARCH

Thur. 3 @1 pm McAdams 114

Vera Liao

Vera Liao
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Understanding and Designing for Information Behavior Nudging [abstract]

4

Brygg Ullmer

Brygg Ullmer
Louisiana State University

Tangible Visualization and ICy STEAM: Interactive Tools for Engaging Complex Computational Systems [abstract]

11

Richard Souvenir

Richard Souvenir
University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Supporting Large-Scale Ethnography with Automated Human Activity Analysis [abstract]

18

SPRING BREAK

25

Andrej Ivanco

Andrej Ivanco
Clemson University, Dept. of Automotive Engineering

Examples of Data Science in Automotive Engineering [abstract]

APRIL

1

Open date

8

Open date

15

IEEEVR 2016

Sab Babu & Dhaval Parmar
Clemson University, School of Computing

From Emotional Interactions to Educational Experiences with Virtual Humans in Virtual Reality Simulations [abstract]

22

Robert Underwood
Clemson ACM Student Chapter

Automation in the Classroom [abstract]

Thu. 28
@1:30 pm

Francis Quek

Francis Quek
Texas A&M University

Interacting with the Embodied Mind [abstract]

MAY

Tue. 3
@noon

Joe Letteri

Joe Letteri
Weta Digital

Bringing the Virtual to Reality: Creating the VFX Image [abstract]

Thu. 5
@1 pm

Andrew Robb

Andrew Robb
Clemson University SoC

Overcoming Logistical Difficulties with Team Training by Replacing Missing Human Teammates with Virtual Teammates [abstract]

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