Prof. Keith Clark talks on ‘Programming Robotic Agents: A Multi-tasking Teleo-Reactive Approach’, 2pm Fri 2 Oct 2015 in ITE325b at UMBC
Upcoming and recent talks for the UMBC CSEE Department
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- Location: Most talks are in the Information Technology and Engineering (ITE) building, often in our Department's conference room (ITE 325b) or one of the classrooms on the second floor (e.g., ITE 227)
- Directions and parking:See the visiting page
- For more information: Call the Department office at 410-455-3500 or email talks at csee.umbc.edu
Dr. Yihong Yang of NIH talks on Capturing Brain Activity at Rest: Recent Development of Resting-State Functional MRI and Its Potential in Clinical Applications, Noon Fri 10/2, ITE102, UMBC
Dr. Celine Latulipe from UNCC will talk on Appropriately Valuing Inter-Disciplinary Research between Computer Science, Creativity and the Arts, 2pm Fri 10/2 in PAHB 132 at UMBC
Prajit Kumar Das talks about his research on detecting Android malware: Is your personal data at risk? App analytics to the rescue, 10:30am Mon 9/28, ITE 346, UMBC
Sharon Gannot will talk about his research on Multi-Microphone Speech Enhancement at 1:30 Wed. 14 October in ITE325b at UMBC.
Ph.D. Dissertation Proposal Verifiable Randomness and its Applications Christopher Vatcher 10:30am Thursday, 24 September 2015, ITE 325b We propose to create a public verifiable randomness beacon, to integrate with the Random-Sample Voting system, constructed to be secure against adversaries who have even almost complete control over the system’s source of public randomness including the entropy […]
Jennifer Sleeman talks on Topic Modeling for RDF Graphs, 10:30am Monday, 9/21, ITE346, UMBC
Dr. Hanbing Lu of NIH will talk on ‘Technical challenges and opportunities in studying the brain’s network activity’ at Noon Friday Sept 25 in ITE325, UMBC
Amey Kulkarni will present his Ph.D. dissertation proposal, Secured Embedded Many-Core Accelerator for Big Data Processing, at 2:00pm Friday 18 September 2015 in ITE 325b at UMBC.
Yordan Kostov from UMBC’s Center for Advanced Sensor Technology will talk about Optical Measurements and Devices for Biotechnology and Biomedicine, Noon Friday September 18 in ITE102