Donaghey College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Colloquium Series

Spring 2021 Schedule,
3:00 pm Central Time, EIT Building Room 217

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 Date Dept Name of the Speaker Title of the Talk Host
1/22 IS Dr. John R. Talburt, UA Little Rock Information Science Seminar Orientation and Review of the Computer and Information Sciences Degree Completion Process Talburt
1/29 IS Dr. Elizabeth Pierce, UA Little Rock Information Science Utilizing the AWS Platform to support Big Data Research Projects Talburt
2/5 IS Dr. Eduardo Blanco, Computer Science & Engineering, University of North Texas Understanding Emojis and Event Outcomes Baker
2/12 IS Dr. Timothy King, Convenor of ISO/TC184/SC4/WG13 – Industrial Data Quality, Bradly, England, U.K. ISO 8000: Current status and gaps for further development Talburt
2/19 IS Dr. Elizabeth Pierce, Dr. John Talburt, UA Little Rock, Information Science Panel Discussion: How to Succeed in your Doctoral Studies Talburt
2/26 BI Dr. Phil Williams, MidSouth Bioinformatics Center Internet of Things (IoT) for the Life Sciences
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3/5 CS Dr. Sandra Leiterman, Managing Director, UA Little Rock Cyber Gym  UA Little Rock Cyber Gym Baker
3/12 CS Dr. Philip Huff, UA Little Rock Computer Science Anonymous Authentication on the Blockchain Talburt
3/19 IS Dr. Jonathan Bowman, Visiting Assistant Professor of Marketing, UA Little Rock A Behavioral Economic Approach to Big Data: Ethical Questions and Problems Talburt
4/2 IS Dr. Elizabeth Pierce, UA Little Rock Information Science A Value-Driven Scorecard fir Chief Data Officers Talburt
4/9 IS Zachary Stine, CIS Doctoral Candidate, UA Little Rock Computational comparative analyses of discourses using distributional semantic models and information theory Talburt
4/16 CS Dr. Ivan Conde, UA Little Rock Computer Science Optimized Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) Architectures for On-device, Vision-based Object Detection Baker
4/23 IS Dr. Stefan Poslad, MSc IoT programme director, Queen Mary University of London From IoT to IoBT to Hybrid Biological Digital Computer Games and other applications Talburt