Category: Alumni








2021 Institute for Engineering in Medicine (IEM) Annual Conference

IEM’s Annual Conference offers rich opportunities for participants to develop interdisciplinary collaborations between health sciences and engineering, and form teams of collaborators responding to federal/external funding opportunities. The event will open with plenary keynote talks by nationally recognized leaders, followed by an award ceremony and a lunch session in which IEM leaders will outline an overview of the Institute and options for engagement.



















Charles Babbage Institute Lecture: A Social History of Machine Learning

Join the Charles Babbage Institute's (CBI) 2020-2021 Tomash Fellow, Aaron Mendon-Plasek (History Department, Columbia University), presenting his paper on the topic of social history of machine learning. This virtual event is free and open to the public. Additional information, including a formal paper title, are forthcoming on the CBI website.







Data Science Poster Fair

We invite you to attend the annual Data Science Poster Fair! This year's event will be held virtually via Zoom. All interested students, alumni, faculty, staff, and industry professionals are encouraged to attend.

Every year, data science M.S. students present their capstone projects during this gathering. This year, research preview videos will be posted to the poster fair website a week in advance, so attendees can view and plan their participation for the virtual event.







Cray Distinguished Speaker Series

The Cray Distinguished Speaker Series was established in 1981 by an endowment from Cray Research. It continues to bring distinguished visitors to the Department of Computer Science & Engineering every year. Join us to hear from our upcoming speakers, who are experts in the areas of theoretical computer science, biometrics, and data science.

For more information and Zoom login links, click on the presenter names below.

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Cray Distinguished Speaker Series

The Cray Distinguished Speaker Series was established in 1981 by an endowment from Cray Research. It continues to bring distinguished visitors to the Department of Computer Science & Engineering every year. Join us to hear from our upcoming speakers, who are experts in the areas of theoretical computer science, biometrics, and data science.

For more information and Zoom login links, click on the presenter names below.

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BME Industry Grand Rounds: "Computational Models to Provide Physiologic Insights and Aid in Clinical Study Design"

Join Medtronic and the Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) for a virtual "Industry Grand Rounds" event highlighting "Computational Models to Provide Physiologic Insights and Aid in Clinical Study Design."

To join via zoom and learn more visit BME Grand Rounds web page!

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Revolutionary Innovation Lessons from Unicorn Entrepreneurs: How Evolutionary Corporations Can Build Unicorns in Emerging Trends

Technological Leadership Institute faculty member and internationally esteemed venture capitalist Dr. Dileep Rao will address how some companies failed to adapt to revolutionary innovations, while unicorn entrepreneurs jumped on emerging trends to build new and powerful corporations that made old ones obsolete. Dr.




Bell Museum Opening

Reopening March 12

We are so happy to welcome visitors back to the building.

Visit the Bell Museum webpage for more information!

Open 10 am–4 pm Friday–Sunday, beginning Friday, March 12.

Advance tickets required for members and the general public. 

Tickets go on sale February 24 for members and February 26 for the general public.




2021 Covestro Lecture in Sustainability: "Sea to Source: Reducing Plastics in our Environment"

Join the NSF Center for Sustainable Polymers for a special lecture featuring Professor Jenna Jambeck (University of Georgia). Dr. Jambeck will discuss the methods and results of her research on plastic waste inputs, flows and recovery, as well as the related impacts and policies around the world.