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  • Apr23

    The Bronx Google Development Group is hosting a Machine Learning workshop followed by a panel for moving forward in CS.


    4:00pm to 6:00pm
    See program for details
    Google Developer Group (GDG) Bronx
  • Apr23

    Significant advances have been made in the design and development of deep generative models, a family of machine learning (ML) algorithms capable of learning a given data distribution to produce new variations of that data. A popular example is the Generative Adversarial Network (GAN). While such models have demonstrated impressive utility in non-security applications in healthcare, computer vision, NLP, and other domains, it is important to investigate them through the lens of security.

    4:00pm to 5:00pm
    Zoom - See emails for details
    Bimal Viswanath
    Virginia Tech | Computer Science
  • Apr22

    Teach-In 10am-4 pm:

    A series of short, 30 minute presentations from UI faculty and staff explaining climate change and other environmental challenges.  Featuring speakers from Anthropology, Public Health, Biology, UI Libraries, IIHR, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Geographical and Sustainability Sciences.

    Keynote Address 4pm-5pm:

    "Imagine Earth Day 2070" by Professor Jerry Schnoor

    On Demand Events:

    10:00am to 5:00pm
    Virtual this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
    See program for details
    UI Sustainability Charter Committee
  • Apr17

    HACKUIOWA is a 2 day non-stop hackathon, and it will be held online this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The event is open to all university students that have a passion for creating things with technology!

    12:01am to 11:59pm
    Virtual this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
    presented by UI Hydroinformatics Lab
  • Apr16

    PhD Candidate: Shehroze Farooqi


    This Final Exam will be held remotely.
  • Apr12

    PhD Candidate: Shreyas Pai


    The size of data sets is increasing to the point where we cannot store all data in a single machine (e.g., a computer or mobile device). This is a problem for algorithms which assume that a single machine has access to the entire input, a very standard assumption in algorithms research. 

    This exam will be held remotely.
  • Apr09

    This panel discussion will be led by senior MCS students Aishwarya, Avinash, Mert, Muneeb, and Santhosh. The panelists will share their experiences in the MCS program, job/internship search, TA and RA life, etc.

    There will be time for Q & A at the end.


    First-Year MCS students (those who started in Fall 20 and Spring 21) will benefit the most from the panel, but all MCS students are welcome.

    4:00pm to 5:00pm
    Zoom - See email for details
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