The Computing Colloquium is the weekly research colloquium for the Computing PhD Program. Speakers come from academic departments, government labs and industry and all are involved in cutting edge research in computer science, data science, cyber-security and computational science and engineering.
The regularly scheduled time for the Computing Colloquium is Thursday, 10:30AM. For Spring 2020, the Colloquium will be held in the City Center Plaza, Room 259.
Upcoming talks are listed below.
Mar 05Colloquium and Seminars
User, Agent, Subject, Spy: Information Systems for Human Flourishing - Michael Ekstrand
Mar 12Colloquium and Seminars
Computer Security in the Energy Industry: The security risks of ignoring the human in engineering and design - Katya L. LeBlanc
Mar 19Colloquium and Seminars
Securing Execution of Neural Network Models on Edge Devices - Michel A. Kinsy
Cyber Security Representative
Computational Science and Engineering Representative
Data Science Representative
Computer Science Representative