Round Table Topics for 2014-15
The College of IS&T Round Table is a college-sponsored forum to provide an interactive exchange of cutting edge research, teaching, and best practices in information science & technology. The round table is open to all IS&T community and academic partners.
IS&T Round Tables are great opportunities to:
- exchange and test ideas on future research and best practice in IT,
- share current research work,
- inform colleagues about novel research methodologies or philosophies,
- look for coauthoring opportunities,
- discuss consulting or service projects, or
- just chat with colleagues and invited guest speakers.
The schedule of Round Tables is below, along with links to information about previous meetings. Please check back for updates or watch the Events section of the College of IS&T Website:
- 06/22/2015: Aaron Elikns: Do Liars Blink Differently? Teaching Computers to Detect Deceptive Eye Behavior
- 06/19/2015: Dawn Owens
- 06/08/2015: Kathryn Cooper: Health as a Big Data Problem: Genomes to Populations
- 06/05/2015: Igor Rogozin: Protein Dosage Rebalancing: From Gene Expression to Autism
- 03/20/2015: Sherae Daniel: Interactive Effects of Reach and Receptivity in the Open Collaboration Context: A Model Predicting Open Source Software Project Success
- 03/19/2015: Myoungkyu Song: Evolving Software Effectively and Safely During Software Development and Maintenance
- 03/13/2015: Amiangshu Bosu: Contemporary Code Review Practices: Characteristics and Benefits
- 03/06/2015: Meiru Che: Managing Architectural Design Decision Documentation and Evolution
- 02/25/2015: April Kelly – What Is Your Personal Brand?
- 12/11/2014: Amber Young – Networks of Meaning: Identity Productions across Digital and Print Media
- 12/08/2014: Brian Ricks – Enhancing Safety with Big Data: How Data Analytics Tackles Homeland Security Challenges
- 12/08/2014: Chris Street – Implications of Causation, Effectuation, and Bricolage Behaviors for Information Technology Capabilities in Startups
- 12/05/2014: Adriane Randolph – Brain-Computer Interfaces: A New Direction in Human-Computer Interaction and Business Applications
- 12/04/2014: Amit Pande – Improving Mobile Applications Using Data-Driven Models
- 12/04/2014: Ryan Schuetzler – Facilitating Natural Conversational Agent Interactions: Lessons from a Deception Experiment
- 12/01/2014: Jordan Barlow – Work Smarter, Not Harder: Understanding and Leveraging Individual and Collective Intelligence in Virtual Groups
- 12/01/2014: Xiang Lian
- 11/21/2014: Adam Holmberg – DataStax
- 11/07/2014: Cesare Tinelli – A Taste of Satisfiability Modulo Theories
- 11/05/2014: Ted Dunning – Abuse a Search Engine to do Data Science (How to build a recommendation engine from common household items)
- 10/30/2014: Michael J. Manos – Hunting Unicorns on the Border between Computer Science and Engineering: The Mythical Work per Watt
- 10/24/2014: Ozgur M. Araz – Predictive Modeling and Decision Support for Managing Influenza
- 10/22/2014: Vint Cerf
- 10/03/2014: Alan Kolok – Environmental stewardship in the digital age: Using technology to empower communities
- 10/01/2014: Hiromitsu Takemi – Institutions and the Role of Corporate Governance: A Perspective from Institutional Complementarity
- 09/19/2014: Lino Marques – Mobile Robot Olfactions
- 09/18/2014: Maung K. Sein – What exactly do (or should) we design?
- 09/05/2014: Tanmoy Chakrabroty – Aspects of Community Analysis in Large Graphs
- 08/29/2014: Cai Wen – Extenics and Extenics-Based Innovation
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