Plan to Attend One of These Outstanding Research Speaker Series Events!

There is still time to attend one, or all, of the remaining upcoming Computer Science Speaker Series presentations.

Between now and November 28th, the Computer Science Department is hosting guest speaker, Dr. Ioannis Karamouzas, Assistant Professor at Clemson University as well as showcasing three faculty members from the College of Charleston as part of the 2017 series, providing a fantastic opportunity for students and industry leaders to keep current in their field.

Mark your calendars make time in your schedule to enjoy these one-of-a-kind presentations:

Tuesday, November 14: Dr. Ioannis Karamouzas, Assistant Professor at the School of Computing with Clemson University will deliver his talk “From Deformable Bunnies to Human Crowds: Using Energy-Based Models for Animating Complex Multiscale Phenomena,” 3:30 PM in Harbor Walk West 217.

 

Tuesday, November 21: Data Science Research Lab with Dr. Paul Anderson, Associate Professor at the College of Charleston Department of Computer Science, 3:30 PM in Harbor Walk West 217.

 

Tuesday, November 28: Dr. Renée McCauley, Professor, College of Charleston Department of Computer Science will deliver her talk, “Computer Science Education Research: Quantitative and Qualitative Inquiry,” and Dr. Ayman Hajja, Visiting Assistant Professor, College of Charleston Department of Computer Science, who will deliver his talk on “Hospital Readmissions and Other Data Mining Applications in Healthcare,” 3:30 PM in Harbor Walk West 217.

 

 

 

About Lisa Hase-Jackson

Lisa M. Hase-Jackson received her MA in English from Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas and an MFA in Creative Writing from Converse College in Spartanburg, South Carolina. She is the Communications Assistant for the Department of Computer Science at the College of Charleston and occasionally adjunct teaches for the English Department.