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Date

Speaker

Title

Time

Place

Host

 

Wednesday

January 23

Dr. Robert F. Erbacher

Army Research Laboratory

Adelphi, MD

ARL Cyber Research Portfolio

3:00-4:00 PM

Refreshments at 2:45 PM

Olsen 311

Georges Grinstein

Wednesday

January 30

Thomas Porro

Export Control Compliance Manager

UMass Lowell

Export Control Training - Computer Science

3:00-4:00 PM

Refreshments at 2:45 PM

Olsen 311

Jie Wang

Wednesday

February 13

Dr. Yechezkal Gutfreund

Technical Staff, Big Data Research Group Draper Laboratory

Cambridge, MA

Using Massive Parallel Computing for Big Data Visualization

3:00-4:00 PM

Refreshments at 2:45 PM

Olsen 311

Georges Grinstein

Wednesday

February 20

Prof. Matt Ward

Computer Science Department

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Challenges, partial solutions, and open problems in multivariate data visualization

3:00-4:00 PM

Refreshments at 2:45 PM

Olsen 311

Georges Grinstein

Wednesday

February 27

(Industrial series)

Ben Lewis

Center for Geographic Analysis

Harvard University

WorldMap: An Infrastructure to Support Geospatial Collaboration

3:00-4:00 PM

Refreshments at 2:45 PM

Olsen 311

Georges Grinstein

Friday March 22

Prof. Yu Cao

College of Engineering and Computer Science

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Computational Biomedicine: From Big Data to Smart Data

3:00-4:00 PM

Refreshments at 2:45 PM

Olsen 311

Jie Wang

Friday April 12

Dr. Esther Ezra

Department of Computer Science

Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences

New York University

On Relative Approximations in Geometry and Their Variants

3:00-4:00 PM

Refreshments at 2:45 PM

Olsen 311

Jie Wang

Monday

April 22

Prof. Alexandra Meliou

School of Computer Science

University of Massachusetts Amherst

Why and How: A Reverse Perspective on Data Management

3:00-4:00 PM

Refreshments at 2:45 PM

Olsen 311

Tingjian Ge

Friday

May 10

Prof. Patrick O'Neil and Prof. Elizabeth O'Neil

Department of Computer Science

University of Massachusetts Boston

Escrow Transactions and Applications

3:00-4:00 PM

Refreshments at 2:45 PM

Olsen 311

Tingjian Ge

Monday May 20

Prof. Sajal K. Das

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

The University of Texas at Arlington

Pervasive Computing and Cyber-Physical Systems: A Perspective from Smart Environments

3:00-4:00 PM

Refreshments at 2:45 PM

Olsen 311

Benyuan Liu