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Feb 6, 2023

Feb 6, 2023

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Speaker Shuo Niu Abstract Video-sharing platforms such as YouTube, TikTok, and Twitch saw a rapid increase in popularity and affected the public socially and emotionally. Besides entertainment, users build connections, seek help, and enjoy visual-audio experiences on YouTube. Creators frequently upload videos and interact with the viewers, making YouTube a virtual place to mitigate loneliness, manage mental health issues, and obtain relaxation and intimacy. Researchers need to conceptuali...

Feb 6, 2023

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

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Come join us for our upcoming ACM meeting, where Ph.D. student Jamil Gafur will discuss AI programming tools such as Copilot and ChatGPT. Along with this, we will be providing free pizza!

Feb 8, 2023

Feb 8, 2023

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

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Soldering is one of the most fundamental skills needed to explore the world of electronics. With this simple skill, you will gain a better understanding of electronics and be better equipped to create your own. This workshop will focus on surface-mount soldering. Taught by John Kostman, Engineering Electronics Shop.

Feb 8, 2023

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Speaker Mehrdad Moharrami Abstract Identifying a hidden structure in a graph is a problem that occurs in many applications, including community detection, computer vision, and social networks. In this talk, we consider one such problem in which there is a bipartite graph with a hidden matching whose edge weights are lower, on average, than the weight of all the other edges in the graph. The goal is to understand the fundamental limits of when such a hidden matching can be recovered. Speci...

Feb 9, 2023

Feb 9, 2023

12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

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Each year the College of Engineering holds two career fairs, one in late September/early October and another in early February. This is a great way for students to meet over 100 engineering, manufacturing, consulting and governmental organizations to discuss full-time, co-op and internship opportunities in the areas of Biomedical, Chemical, Civil & Environmental, Electrical & Computer, Industrial & Systems, and Mechanical Engineering, and Computer Science. The Spring 2023 Engineering Career...

Feb 10, 2023

Feb 10, 2023

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Speaker Suman Kalyan Maity Abstract We are surrounded by complex, adaptive and evolving socio-technical systems. The expansion and interdependence of technology and social interaction gives rise to a number of complex challenges from various perspectives in these systems. This talk builds on two inter-connected threads—research on social media and Science of Science. In the first part of the talk, I will discuss how social media is misused, specifically focusing on the detection and mitig...

Feb 13, 2023

Feb 13, 2023

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Speaker Katherine Kosaian Abstract Algorithms that are used in safety-critical settings (i.e., settings where errors can cause great financial loss or, in the worst case, loss of life) need to be highly trustworthy. Formally verifying an algorithm in a theorem prover—by first translating the algorithm into a rigorous logical setting and then providing rigorous associated proofs of correctness—allows us to achieve a high degree of trustworthiness. My work focuses on formally verifying alg...

Feb 15, 2023

Feb 15, 2023

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

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Spice up your Spring with some LED pendants.  Learn to solder your own LED jewelry or pendants. All materials will be provided. Taught by John Kostman, Engineering Electronics Shop. 

Feb 15, 2023

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Speaker Habiba Farrukh Abstract Mobile systems, such as smartphones, wearables (e.g., smart watches, AR/VR headsets), and IoT devices, have evolved significantly from being just a method of communication to sophisticated sensing devices that monitor and control several aspects of our lives. While these devices' advanced computing and sensing capabilities enable several useful applications, they also make them attractive targets for attackers, leading to several security threats and loss o...

Feb 17, 2023

Feb 17, 2023

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Speaker Kirshanthan “Krish” Sundararajah Abstract Addressing the performance gap between software and hardware is one of the major challenges in computer science and engineering. Software stacks and optimization approaches have long been designed targeting regular programs — programs that operate over regular data structures such as arrays and matrices using loops, partly due to the abundance of regular programs in computer software. But irregular programs — programs that traverse over ir...

Feb 20, 2023

Feb 20, 2023

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Speaker Mahmood Jasim Abstract The advancement of online engagement platforms, and civic and smart technologies have enabled the creation of public-generated data at an unprecedented rate. We are dependent on this public-generated data to make critical decisions that impact policies on commerce, healthcare, transit, and urban planning at a personal, local, or national scale. However, off-the-shelf data analysis tools and techniques, and traditional public engagement methods and practices ...

Feb 22, 2023

Feb 22, 2023

12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

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This job & internship fair will focus on recruiting students typically in ALL MAJORS! Typically around 100+ employers attend and 1,000+ students attend! Visit: https://careers.uiowa.edu/all-majors-career-fair for more details!

Feb 24, 2023

Feb 24, 2023

5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

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"The UICC is hosted by the students and for the students to promote computing as a science and a profession." Date: Feb 24-25 You can learn about this year's speakers and schedule below and on ACM@UIOWA site! Check out past conferences! [ 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022] Schedule Friday, February 24, 2023 5:30pm   Talk 1 (Keynote): Shambaugh, Main Library Joe Kearney 7:15pm Activity + Food: (Adler Journalism Building Rotunda + AJB E120 + AJB E126) Saturday, February ...

Feb 27, 2023

Feb 27, 2023

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Speaker  Hanjie Chen Abstract Neural network models have been pushing computers’ capacity limit on natural language understanding and generation while lacking interpretability. The black-box nature of deep neural networks hinders humans from understanding their predictions and trusting them in real-world applications. In this talk, I will introduce my effort in bridging the trustworthy gap between models and humans by developing interpretation techniques, which cover three main phases of...

Mar 1, 2023

Mar 1, 2023

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Speaker Quanquan Liu Abstract Graph algorithms are ubiquitous in today’s world where graph analytics are performed over massive datasets containing potentially sensitive information. Modern graphs present many new challenges not considered by classic static, sequential computation models. First, graphs have up to trillions of edges and are several orders of magnitude larger than what traditional sequential algorithms can handle. In addition to scale, modern graphs are also dynamically evo...

Mar 3, 2023

Mar 3, 2023

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Speaker Chenhan Xu Abstract Nowadays, IoT devices are encroaching on every environment of our lives, including but not limited to homes, vehicles, and offices. However, due to the complexity of human activities, unavoidable variance in signal scaling, and privacy-preserving requirements, only limited human information can be cognized by the IoT environment, leading to a great gap between IoT intelligence and human demands. In this talk, I will introduce how we build sensing and computing ...

Mar 10, 2023

Mar 10, 2023

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Speaker Harlin Lee Abstract The graph (or network) structure in data is increasingly used to improve statistical signal processing and machine learning (ML) methods. In this talk, I will discuss several data science projects leveraging graphs that span from theory to applications, from classical optimization to modern deep learning tools, and from physical graphs to abstract and data-dependent graphs. First part of the talk focuses on graph regularization, which is a technique that drive...

Mar 21, 2023

Mar 21, 2023

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

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How can instructors get the most out of their teaching appointments? In this interactive workshop, discuss the skills that contribute to teaching practice and how they can benefit you in other aspects of your work. Led by Osama Khalid, a Center for Teaching graduate teaching fellow from the UI Department of Computer Science.  The Center for Teaching, part of the Office of Teaching, Learning, and Technology, advocates for effective, evidence-based, reflective teaching and acts as a collabora...

Mar 28, 2023

Mar 28, 2023

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Virtual Event

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This fair will focus on recruiting students pursuing any and all majors! All students are invited to attend! There will be a variety of industries of employers represented. Visit: https://careers.uiowa.edu/virtual-career-fair for more details.

Mar 29, 2023

Mar 29, 2023

All Day

Virtual Event

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Mark Your Calendar for March 29! Wednesday, March 29, 2023, is One Day for Iowa, the University of Iowa's 24-hour online giving day. Last year, more than 3,000 Hawkeyes gave back in support of the University of Iowa — making an important impact. You can make a difference this year.     Don’t let the date sneak up on you. Mark your calendar for One Day for Iowa today! 

Mar 31, 2023

Mar 31, 2023

12:00 PM - 12:10 PM

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March 31, 2023 to April 1, 2023 - times TBD Harvard Law School and live stream via Zoom at Boyd Law Building In "Beyond the FTC: The Future of Privacy Enforcement," law and computer science scholars from across the country will identify and propose solutions to barriers that inhibit enforcement of privacy rights. Featuring keynotes from Electronic Frontier Foundation Executive Director Cindy Cohn and FTC Director Samuel Levine. The symposium is a collaboration between UIowa's Innovation,...