School of Computing Seminar Schedule: Spring 2017

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.

JANUARY

6

@10:00 am

Brad Reaves

Brad Reaves
University of Florida

Fixing the Phone: Designing Strong Authentication for Telephony [abstract]

Wed. 11

@12:20 pm

Iris Howley

Iris Howley
Stanford University

Education Technology Interfaces for Better Social Learning & Instructor Decision-Making [abstract]

13

@12:20 pm

Xinru Page

Xinru Page
Bentley University

Understanding Adoption of Location-sharing Social Media: Unpacking a Privacy Paradox and Accounting for Individual Differences [abstract]

13

Robin Brewer

Robin Brewer
Northwestern University

Understanding and Designing for Late-Life Online Engagement [abstract]

Wed. 18

@ 12:20 pm

Hang Liu

Hang Liu
The George Washington University

High-Performance Graph Analytics on Emerging Hardware [abstract]

20

@ 1:00 pm

Lin Zhong

Lin Zhong
Rice University

Taming the Mess at the Hardware/Software Boundary [abstract]

20

Benjamin Hanrahan

Benjamin Hanrahan
The Pennsylvania State University

Understanding and Supporting Crowd Workers’ Practices [abstract]

27

Yufei Ding

Yufei Ding
North Carolina State University

Higher-Level Program Optimizations for Data Analytics [abstract]

FEBRUARY

3

OPEN DATE

10

Chien-Ming Huang

Chien-Ming Huang
Yale University

Building Socially Cooperative Human-Robot Teams [abstract]

17

Rita Orji

Rita Orji
McGill University

Designing for Behaviour Change: Improving the Efficacy of Persuasive Technology Using Personalization Models [abstract]

24

Nathan McNeese

Nathan McNeese
Arizona State University

A Transdisciplinary Approach to Teams: Improving Sociotechnical Settings through Team Cognition and Human-Centered Collaborative Technology [abstract]

MARCH

Wed. 1

@12:10 pm

Sanjay Padhi

Sanjay Padhi

Amazon Web Services Research Initiatives with the National Funding Bodies

3

OPEN DATE

10

Trent Jaeger

Trent Jaeger
The Pennsylvania State University

17

David Crandall

David Crandall
Indiana University

Egocentric Computer Vision, For Fun and Science [abstract]

24

SPRING BREAK

Wed. 29

@12:20 pm

Ge Gao

Ge Gao
Cornell University

After the Tower of Babel: Understanding and Designing for Communication Across Languages [abstract]

31

Marc Bryant

Marc Bryant
Disney Animation

The Effects of Disney's Moana [abstract]

APRIL

Tue. 4

@11:00 am Room 110E

Hui Lin

Hui Lin
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Detection and Prevention of Intrusions in Power Systems’ Cyber-Physical Infrastructure [abstract]

Wed. 5

@1:15 pm Room 110E

Wenyuan Tang

Wenyuan Tang
University of California, Berkeley

A Game-Theoretic, Data-Driven Approach to Smart Grid Market Design [abstract]

Thur. 6

@11:00 am Room 110E

Liang He

Liang He
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

Cognitive Battery Management with a Cyber-Physical Approach [abstract]

7

OPEN DATE

Mon. Apr. 10

@noon Room 110E

Shuangshuang Jin

Shuangshuang Jin
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

High-Performance Computing based Large-Scale Power System Dynamic Simulation Development [abstract]

Wed. Apr. 12

@ 1:15 pm Room 110E

Satyajayant Misra

Satyajayant Misra
New Mexico State University

Research Challenges and Potential Solutions in CPS and IoT Scalability, Security, and Privacy [abstract]

Thur. Apr. 13

@11:00 am Room 110E

Chad Steed

Chad Steed
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Interactive Data Visualization in Data Science with Scientific Applications [abstract]

14

Kinnis Gosha

Kinnis Gosha
Morehouse College

Exploring Computing Careers through a Virtual Career Exploration Fair Using Embodied Conversational Agents [abstract]

Wed. 19

@12:20 pm

Mridul Aanjaneya
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Simulation-enhanced Visual Computing for Real World Applications [abstract]

Thu. 20

@11:00 am Room 118

Jeff Gipson, Lighting Artist & Jorge Ruiz, Animator
Walt Disney Animation Studios

Information on Upcoming Projects, The Filmmaking Process, and Student Programs [flyer]

21

Pamela Wisniewski
University of Central Florida

Adolescent Online Safety: A Matter of Risk Prevention or Risk Resilience? [abstract]

Tue. 25

@3:00 pm Watt Auditorium

David Eberle
Pixar Animation Studios

Simulation at Pixar: Wrangling Newton's Second Law [flyer]

**At Watt Family Innovation Center Auditorium**

28

Hee Rin Lee

Hee Rin Lee
Indiana University

The Collaborative Design of Interactive and Intelligent Systems [abstract]

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