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  • Apr21

    PhD Candidate: Santanu Bhowmick

    Abstract

    2:00pm
    W326 PBB
  • Apr20

    The University of Iowa Lecture Committee presents Neri Oxman, an architect and designer, for her lecture "Everything is Connected." Oxman coined the term “Material Ecology” as to explain her approach to her artwork and building architecture. She combines biology, engineering, design, and technology to create her designs. Oxman’s work is displayed as part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco, at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and at many other museums.

    See more information about Neri Oxman.

    7:30pm to 9:00pm
    Main Lounge, Iowa Memorial Union
    Neri Oxman
    Creative Matters (Office of Research and Economic Development) | Theme Semester | Iowa JPEC | WISE
  • Apr14

    "Join us for a live and interactive presentation of Daniel Fine’s creative work, which explores and blurs the lines between theatrical, cinematic, and new digital storytelling techniques! The rapid advancement of technology offers storytellers a broad range of tools and media to express their ideas and share their visions. There are many avenues and opportunities for the display and integration of video, digital media and moving pictures that lie beyond traditional video exhibition, such as film, TV and internet.

    3:30pm to 5:30pm
    Alder Journalism Building, E105
    Daniel Fine - UI Digital Media in Performance
    Department of Cinematic Arts
  • Apr13

    Join ACM for an exciting night of learning PhaserIO Game Development with TypeScript and officer elections.

    6:30pm to 8:30pm
    218 MLH
    ACM University of Iowa Chapter
  • Apr08

    ALT 2017 logo"Our Lives Online is excited to partner with Mission Creek Festival's Art + Life + Technology (A+L+T) series on April 8.

    1:00pm to 5:00pm
    ICPL
    See site for details
    Mission Creek Festival | Our Lives Online Theme Semester | ICAD
  • Apr07

    "The Robot Theater from the University of Iowa and SAU students from the Honors Shakespeare from Script to Stage have prepared the script and music and students from computer science and theater have orchestrated the blocking and programming of the robot movements.

    Robot Theater is a project of the University of Iowa Computer Science Department that integrates the creativity of computer science and theater."

    Shakespeare 400 @ St Ambrose University

    4:00pm
    St Ambrose University - Galvin Fine Arts Center - Studio Theater
    St Ambrose University | University of Iowa Robot Theater
  • Apr07

    Join Mission Creek Festival's Art + Life + Technology (A+L+T) series for a kick-off discussion with presenters Nick Scappaticci, CEO at Tellart, and Matt Arnold, UX Director at ConnectFive. This event is in partnership with the Our Lives Online Theme Semester.

    The discussion is free and open to the public.

    2:00pm to 3:30pm
    E125 Visual Arts Building
    Nick Scappaticci, Tellart CEO | Matt Arnold, ConnectFive UX Director
    Mission Creek Festival | Our Lives Online Theme Semester
  • Apr06

    Come meet with the ACM officers as they discuss their responsibilities in ACM! If you're interested in becoming an officer next year, you should definitely attend this meeting!

    6:30pm to 7:30pm
    Muhly Lounge - 3 MLH
    ACM University of Iowa Chapter
  • Apr06

    Santos® is a human simulator developed at the University of Iowa which aids in the reduction of load for the US Marines, tests new equipment for the US Army, and helps design new vehicles for the auto manufacturing industry.  Santos® is a computer program developed over the past 12 years by a team of about 50 researchers.  Santos® operates inside a computer and can check for all types of scenarios before the equipment or vehicle is built, thus reducing cost and time. Professor Abdel-Malek will discuss his experience working with Santos® on ongoing research.

    12:00pm to 1:00pm
    Iowa Memorial Union (IMU), Iowa Theater
    Karim Abdel-Malek
    University of Iowa Provost's Office of Outreach & Engagement
  • Mar29

    Geometric range search is a fundamental primitive for spatial data analysis in SQL and NoSQL databases. It has extensive applications in Location-Based Services, computational geometry, and computer-aided design. Due to the dramatic increase of data size, it is necessary for companies and organizations to outsource their spatial datasets to third-party cloud services (e.g. Amazon) in order to reduce storage and query processing costs, but meanwhile with the promise of no privacy leakage to the third party.

    4:30pm to 5:30pm
    118 MLH
    Boyang Wang
    University of Arizona | Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
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