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: Norm Levine rescheduled for October 25th due to Hurricane Florence.
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: RESCHEDULED TO NOV. 1: 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: Geographic Information Systems Research – Dr. Norm Levine (rescheduled from Sept. 13 due to hurricane Florence).
Nov 1: Machine Learning and Biomedical Image Analysis Research Lab Projects Dr. Brent Munsell, Assistant Professor AND Cyber Infrastructure Research and Development Lab for the Earth Sciences – Dr. Jim Bowring. 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