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  • May13

    Free Admission and Open to the Public

    3:30pm to 4:30pm
    Theater B - Theater Building
    The University of Iowa Departments of Computer Science, Theater Arts, and Dance
  • May01

    Human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) is the causative agent of the global AIDS epidemic and still constitutes a major health concern. Several vaccine trials have been conducted to date, their primary goal is to elicit formation of antibodies that can bind and inactivate incoming virus and thus prevent establishment of infection. However, all tested vaccines have been only marginally effective in preventing virus transmission. Vaccine efficiency is hindered by the tremendous diversity of HIV-1 variants that circulate in the population.

    4:00pm to 5:00pm
    110 MLH
    Hillel Haim
    UI Department of Microbiology
  • May01

    Social media surveillance is becoming increasingly popular. It is being used to explore various topics such as political sentiment, product satisfaction, flu trends, and health beliefs. However, these surveillance methods are typically disconnected from any existing survey tools addressing the same or similar goals. The research question we address is: how does one develop a surveillance strategy from a survey of interest?

    3:30pm to 5:00pm
    219 JH
    Padmini Srinivasan
    Department of Geographical and Sustainability Sciences
  • Apr30

    Officer elections will be held.

    6:30pm to 7:30pm
    Muhly Lounge (3 MLH)
    Women in Informatics and Computer Science (WICS)
  • Apr29

    Of course there is no magic formula for making breakthroughs in any field.

    However it is possible to glean a number of pointers from past experiences. The talk will go over some of these and illustrate them with several examples.

    Bio: Thomas Kailath (Sc.D.,MIT,1961) has been at Stanford University since 1963, where he is now Hitachi America Professor of Engineering, Emeritus.

    4:00pm to 5:00pm
    LIB SHAM
    Thomas Kailath
    IEEE - University of Iowa Student Branch
  • Apr24

    In this talk, I will present my recent research work on randomized algorithms in machine learning. Compared to traditional algorithms, the use of randomization could bring us several benefits including (i) it often leads to faster algorithms that can scale to the large size of data; (ii) it can lead to simpler algorithms that are easier to analyze; (iii) it can lead implicitly to regularization and more robust output; and (iv) randomized algorithms can often be organized to exploit modern computational architectures better than traditional algorithms.

    3:30pm to 4:30pm
    221 MLH
    Tianbao Yang
    UI Applied Mathematical and Computational Sciences
  • Apr17

    We are currently seeing an unprecedented rise in the development and deployment of novel sensing and interactive technologies, driven by advances in robotics, wearable devices, and embedded microprocessors. While these technologies hold promise for aiding users in educational, workplace, and personal settings, gaps often exist between the core functionalities provided by new innovations and higher level user goals.

    4:00pm to 5:00pm
    110 MLH
    Daniel Szafir
    University of Wisconsin–Madison
  • Apr03

    Socialize with other local technology enthusiasts leading up to Saturday's conference. Have something to share? Lightning talks start at 6pm. (Free!)

    5:00pm to 9:00pm
    UCC 2780
    Iowa Web Designers & Developers | Innovation Conference 2015
  • Apr03

    Narrative intelligence (NI), or the ability to craft, tell, understand and respond appropriately to narratives, has been recognized as a central component of human intelligence. Hence, computationally replicating narrative intelligence can provide ample benefits for machines aiming to communicate effectively with humans, to understand human activities, to assist and augment game-play, and to produce creative solutions and artwork.

    4:00pm to 5:00pm
    110 MLH
    Boyang Li
    Disney Research Pittsburgh
  • Apr03

    Friday, April 3: Intensive Workshops, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

    Saturday, April 4: Innovation Conference, 8:00 am – 10:00 pm

    Mission Creek Innovation returns to bring entrepreneurship and technology together in the heart of Iowa City.

    8:00am to 10:00pm
    Hotel Vetro Conference Area - 2nd Floor
    Mission Creek Festival

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