Announcing the Fall 2018 Computer Science Research Science Series Schedule

The Department of Computer Science at the College of Charleston is excited to announce the Fall 2018 Computer Science Research Speaker Series

Each week, a featured CofC faculty or guest speaker  will discuss professional, ethical, legal, and social issues and responsibilities in computing.

Events are held on Thursday at 4:30PM in SSMB 129

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Aug 23: Computer Science Graduate School & Pedagogy Research Dr. Renee McCauley, Professor of Computer Science and Director of the Graduate Program

Aug 30: Hospital Readmissions and Other Data Mining Applications in Healthcare Dr. Ayman Hajja

Sept 6: Virtual Production Research Lab Dr. William Bares, Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Sept 13: Geographic Information Systems Research Dr. Norm Levine, Associate Professor of Geology & Environmental Geosciences

Sept 20: Data Science Research Lab Dr. Paul Anderson, Associate Professor of Computer Science

Sept 27: The Future of Cyberspace Marina Kaljurand, former Estonian Foreign Minister and current Chair of the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace

Oct 4: NASA Space Missions and an Introduction to Astro Statistics/Informatics Dr. Jon Hakkila, Associate Dean of the Graduate School and Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the College of Charleston.

Oct 11: CIRDLES Research Lab Dr. Jim Bowring, Associate Professor of Computer Science

Oct 18: Cyber Security and Machine Learning Research Lab Dr. Kris Ghosh, Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Oct 25: Cyber Security Research Lab Projects Dr. Xenia Mountrouidou, Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Nov 1: Machine Learning and Biomedical Image Analysis Research Lab Projects Dr. Brent Munsell, Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Nov 8: Oceanographic Sea Floor Mapping Research Drs. Leslie Sautter and Scott Harris, Associate Professors of Geology

Nov 15: Computer Music and Interaction Dr. Bill Manaris, Professor of Computer Science

Nov 29: Bioinformatics Research Group at Wright State University Dr. Michael Raymer, Professor and Graduate Program Director, Wright State University

 

 

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.