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  • Jan19

    Network-based representation has quickly emerged as the norm in representing rich interactions in complex systems. For example, given the trajectories of ships, a global shipping network can be constructed by assigning port-to-port traffic as edge weights. However, the conventional first-order (Markov property) networks thus built captures only pairwise shipping traffic between ports, disregarding the fact that ship movements can depend on multiple previous steps.

    9:30am to 11:00am
    W207 PBB
    Nitesh Chawla
    Tippie Department of Management Sciences
  • Jan16


    Lecture will meet, but discussion sections will not meet the first week.    

    Instructor: Inés Curto, 201E MLH


    Lectures and discussion sections will meet the first week.

    Instructor: Denise Szecsei, 101J MLH


    8:00am to 5:00pm
  • Jan16

    First Week of Classes (January 16-22)

    For the first 5 days of classes in the Spring semester, students will be able to drop, add, or change sections or semester hours for courses on myUI (Tuesday, January 16 to Monday, January 22). More information is available at

    (All day)
  • Jan10

    Iowa City Parks and Recreation staff will unveil a new mural at the Robert A. Lee Recreation Center at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018, in conjunction with the monthly Parks and Recreation Commission meeting. The mural is sponsored by the Iowa City Public Art program and based around the principles of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM). This event is open to the public and light refreshments will be served.

    Robert A. Lee Recreation Center - 220 S Gilbert St
    City of Iowa City | University of Iowa
  • Dec07

    This talk will discuss the history of automation in vehicles. While the Google car steals many headlines, some parts of driving have been automated for decades. How these technologies have matured over the years paint an interesting story—one that the University of Iowa has been part of for 25 years.  

    Science on Tap is an informal forum for UI researchers to engage the campus and the local community in a discussion of science in a fun and inviting atmosphere.

    Light entrees, snacks, and refreshments will be available for purchase from the Stanley Café.

    5:30pm to 6:30pm
    Hancher Auditorium
    Dr. Dan McGehee (Director, National Advanced Driving Simulator; Associate Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering)
    Research Development Office | Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development.
  • Dec02

    HackIowa, ACM, IEEE, and WICS are co-hosting Local Hack Day this Saturday! Local Hack Day is a 12 hour mini hackathon organized by Major League Hacking taking place at schools around the world, and we're pleased to invite you to our version of it. 

    When: 9am - 9pm on Saturday, December 2nd

    Where: 3505 Seamans Center

    Why should you come?

    9:00am to 9:00pm
    3505 SC
  • Dec01

    Predictable, ultra-reliable, and low-latency (PURL) wireless communication (e.g., with reliability greater than 99.99% and latency less than 1ms) is envisioned to enable real-time cyber-physical-human (CPH) systems such as mixed-reality (MR) and real-time sensing and control (RSC) systems which will have a broad range of transformative applications in agriculture, telemedicine, power grid, manufacturing, transportation, public safety, and so on.

    4:00pm to 5:00pm
    118 MLH
    Hongwei Zhang
    Electrical and Computer Engineering | Iowa State University
  • Dec01

    DeLTA Center Discussion Series - Computer and Game Based Approaches to Cognitive Research, Assessment and Instruction (Part 2)

    9:00am to 10:30am
    S204 Lindquist Center
    Deborah Reed and Ben Devane (College of Education) | Eliot Hazeltine (Psychological and Brain Sciences) | J.P. Hourcade (Computer Science)
    DeLTA Center
  • Nov30

    "In partnership with collaborating departments and centers, the University of Iowa Informatics Initiative we will be presenting the Fall Seminars Series: talks focused on informatics and its applications.

    The series calendar can be found at"


    Tianbao Yang is an Assistant Professorin the University of Iowa's Department of Computer Science​.

    3:30pm to 4:20pm
    3505 SC
    Tianbao Yang
    UI3 | Dept of Computer Science
  • Nov29

    Whether you are a PhD student trying to give better research presentations at conferences or in reading groups or an MCS student trying to give better project presentations, you will find this L&L session helpful. Please RSVP Sheryl Semler right away.


    Intended audience: Computer Science MCS and PhD students.

    12:00pm to 1:00pm
    2390 UCC
    Kyle Rector & Zubair Shafiq, Computer Science
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