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  • Oct17

     LeanTECHniques Logo will give an interactive demo on website hosting!

    Lean Techniques is a start-up company based in Johnston, Iowa that helps small businesses build their technology infrastructure. For more information on what they do please visit leantechniques.com/.

    Participants will learn how to host a website in AWS S3 and use AWS CodePipeline to develop and deploy a React app. 

    6:30pm
    2229 SC
    Women in Computing Science (WiCS)
  • Oct18

    This talk will focus on an ongoing interdisciplinary research project that utilizes social scientific and computational methods to study the relationship between algorithmic personalization and online radicalization. Our overall objectives for this project are, first, to identify the technological, personal, relational, and cultural factors that contribute to radicalization of vulnerable populations on social media and, second, to develop tools that can identify and predict radicalization on social media.

    Bio:

    4:00pm to 5:00pm
    110 MLH
    Brian Ekdale
    UI School of Journalism & Mass Communication
  • Oct25

    The Tor network is a popular system for privacy and freedom online. Millions of people use Tor every day, including journalists performing undercover investigations, intelligence agents covertly collecting information, activists evading government repression, and ordinary citizens protecting themselves against surveillance. The Tor network consists of around 5,600 volunteer-run relays in 85 countries, which collectively send about 200 Gbps of traffic.

    4:00pm to 5:00pm
    110 MLH
    Aaron Johnson
    U.S. Naval Research Laboratory.
  • Oct30

    The interplay between discrete and continuous optimization has been an exciting theme in recent years. This talk will focus on submodular function maximization as a case study to demonstrate the power of this interplay. Some of the main results in this space have been obtained almost a decade ago. Recently there has been a new direction of interest, namely to find parallel and low-adaptivity algorithms. The talk will describe some of these recent developments. No prior background on submodular functions will be assumed.

    4:00pm to 5:00pm
    2229 SC
    Chandra Chekuri
    University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
  • Nov08

    The Computer Science (CS) department welcomes prospective students interested in our graduate programs to our annual Prospective Student Visit Day on Fri, Nov 8.

    9:30am to 5:30pm
    W401 PBB
    UI CS Grad Students and Faculty
    University of Iowa Computer Science Department
  • Nov14

    Software engineers have long been denied the label of “professional.” As a matter of law, this designation carries more than a vanity status; it bestows a special presumption of judicial deference to the professional’s judgment against complaints of malpractice. This issue has returned to the fore because the software industry has renewed its efforts to secure recognition as a “profession,” even as it has come under increasing scrutiny for the real-world harms it perpetuates.

    12:30pm to 1:30pm
    Boyd Law Building Room 245
    Bryan Choi, OSU
    The Iowa Innovation, Business & Law Center
  • Nov14

    Robots have integrated into our society, moving beyond manufacturing applications. Robots can now be found working in hotels, hospitals, and schools. They are learning to drive and deliver packages.

    5:30pm to 6:30pm
    Stanley Café in Hancher Auditorium
    Denise Szecsei
    UIowa Computer Science | The Research Development Office and Hancher
  • Oct03

    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.

    12:00pm to 5:00pm
    IMU - Main Lounge
    College of Engineering
  • Oct02

    Want to ace technical interviews? Or, are you confused about what makes technical interviews different from "regular interviews?"  SiTS is here to help!

    Over the course of the workshop, we'll be walking you through a step-by-step breakdown of technical interviews, and then practicing some in a friendly and supportive environment.  By the end, you'll be equipped with skills and resources that will help you succeed, and put you well on your way to being an A+ candidate! 

    6:30pm
    N104 LC
    SiTS - Students in Technology and Sciences
  • Oct02

    Coffee and snacks will be provided.

    Please email sheryl-semler@uiowa.edu by Monday September 30 if you plan to attend.

    3:30pm to 5:00pm
    302 SH - The Commons
    Alberto Segre | Juan Pablo Hourcade
  • Sep27

    Recent developments on SMT solvers have become crucial to make program analysis techniques effective in practice. Despite their success, scalability is still an issue when applying these methods to large fragments of code. In order to address this problem, we propose a template-based (also known as constraint-based) approach using Max-SMT solvers. In particular, we present an automated compositional program verification technique for safety properties based on conditional inductive invariants.

    4:00pm to 5:00pm
    110 MLH
    Daniel Larraz
    University of Iowa
  • Sep26

    Why go to the Career Fair?  The 2019 Fall Job and Internship Fair is a great way to network with organizations from all over the nation- this event is not just for Seniors! Whether you are looking for an internship or a full-time position, there will be plenty of employers looking for candidates just like you.

    11:00am to 4:00pm
    IMU - Main Lounge | 2nd Floor Ballroom
    Pomerantz Career Center
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