Our colloquia series features speakers from departments and programs across campus, plus visitors from industry and other universities. These free, public talks highlight interdisciplinary research that emphasizes the use of computing to solve complex problems and develop new insight.
|2/06/2020||Michelle Caswell (UCLA), Jennifer O'Neal (Oregon), and Elvia Arroyo-Ramirez (UC-Irvine)||6:30pm in ENR2 S107|
|3/25/2020||Kris Ziska Strange (Assistant Director, UA Digital Learning Innovation and Technology)||11-12pm in Harvill 460|
|3/26/2020||Anjali Arondekar (UC-Santa Cruz)||5-6:30pm in the UA CATalyst Studios|
|4/22/2020||Stephen Rains (UA Communication and Computational Social Science)||11-12pm in Harvill 460|
|4/23/2020||Yolanda Padilla (Washington)||5-6:30pm in the UA Special Collections Reading Room|
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|11/01/2019||Mithün Paul Panenghat||"Are Neural Networks Learning Spurious Hidden Patterns?"|
|10/25/2019||Dr. Hong Hua||"The Quest for Vision Comfort in Virtual and Augmented Reality Displays"|
|10/18/2019||Joseph Farbrook||"Digital Fabrication: A New Art Medium"|
|10/04/2019||Shanshan Ji||"Research and Application of Knowlege Organization Systems"|
You can watch videos of previous talks on our YouTube Channel.