Join us on Friday, October 8th for the annual undergraduate research symposium! If you are considering research as a capstone project, because you would like to go to graduate school, or just because it seems interesting, stop by this event! All students are welcome no matter how far along you are in the program. The symposium will take place from 1:00-2:30 p.m. in the Sennott Square building, room 5317, and on Zoom.
1:00 PM Introduction and Research as a Capstone Experience: Dr. John Ramirez
1:06 PM Dr. Alex Labrinidis: Data Management and Data Science for Fun, Profit, and the Common Good
1:18 PM Dr. Kirk Pruhs: Relational Algorithms
1:30 PM Dr. Seong Jae Hwang: Brain Lesion Detection on Multiple Neuroimaging Datasets using Computer Vision
1:42 PM Dr. Amy Babay: Dependable Systems and Networks for a Complex World
1:54 PM Dr. Daniel Mossé: Systems Research: IoT, Embedded, CPS, Cloud?
2:06 PM Dr. Adam Lee: Security and Privacy