The University of Delaware Department of Computer and Information Sciences presents its fourth annual Computer Science Research Day Friday, Nov. 12, in the Multipurpose Room of the Trabant University Center.
Free and open to the public, the event showcases graduate research and serves as a forum for interaction between graduate students, faculty, alumni and other research professionals from industry and government.
Events for the day include, but are not limited to:
“How to Teach Computers to Multiply” — A keynote speech by UD alumnus Jeremy Johnson, chair of computer science at Drexel University.
eScience — A panel discussion on computer science research and its impact on the advancement of science and engineering in the next decade. Panelists include Yu-Chee Tseng, associate dean, College of Computer Science, National Chiao-Tung University; Richard Carlson, Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR), U.S. Department of Energy; and Michela Taufer, assistant professor, Department of Computer and Information Sciences at UD.
Graduate research poster session.
Computer Science Student Jeopardy Game — Hosted by record-setting real Jeopardy! champion Roger Craig, a CIS graduate student.
For a complete listing of the day’s events or to register online, visit the Computer Science Research Day website. For questions, contact [firstname.lastname@example.org].
Article by Karen B. Roberts