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Alanson Sample - Reinventing the Physical Layer to Create Interactive Sensing and Computing Systems

Harnessing electromagnetic waves has changed how we live, work, and play. While the semiconductor industry has enabled faster, cheaper, and lower power wireless computing devices, there is the…

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Kira Barton - Advancements in Modeling, Sensing and Control for High-Resolution Additive Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing (AM) describes a class of processes that perform a layer-by-layer “bottom-up” fabrication approach as opposed to traditional top-down, subtractive fabrication such…

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2019 SBDH All Hands Meeting - Panel 3: Industry Panel

Beverly Wright, PhD. Chief Analytics Officer, RelationalAI. Venkat Kambalapally. Staff Vice President, Technology, Anthem, Inc. Robert Joseph, PhD. Director of Industrial Strategy, Stanley Black…

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2019 SBDH All Hands Meeting - Cyber-Infrastructure and Social-Cybersecurity Working Groups

Cyber-Infrastructure Working Group: Niall Gaffney, PhD. Director of Data Intensive Computing, Office of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure / CISE. Texas Advanced Computing Center. Social-Cybersecurity…

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2019 SBDH All Hands Meeting - Panel 2: Visionary Projects

Gari Clifford, PhD. Spoke PI, Large Scale Medical Informatics for Patient Care Coordination and Engagement. Emory University. Santiago Grijalva, PhD. Spoke Co-PI, Smart Grids Big Data. Georgia Tech.…

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2019 SBDH All Hands Meeting - Panel 1: South Hub Priority Areas

Jay Aikat, PhD. Co-PI, South Big Data Regional Innovation Hub – University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. David McDowell, PhD. Priority Area Representative Georgia Tech. Heather Bradley, PhD.…

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Chaouki T. Abdallah, Srinivas Aluru, Stan Ahalt, Renata Rawlings-Goss - Welcome Remarks and South Hub Impacts and Opportunities

The SBDH All Hands meetings are organized to bring together the SBDH community in order to foster new and support existing data science collaborations, share best practices and resources for data and…

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Cody Fleming - Safety of Autonomous Systems: Challenges in Coordination, Consistency, and Integration

Recent issues with the Boeing 737-MAX point to challenges in software engineering and the algorithms that the software must implement. However, the 737-MAX is a microcosm of several other problems…

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Konstantin Batygin - Planet Nine From Outer Space

At the outskirts of the solar system, beyond the orbit of Neptune, lies an expansive field of icy debris known as the Kuiper belt. The orbits of the individual asteroid-like bodies within the Kuiper…

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Shimeng Yu - Neuro-Inspired Computing with Synaptic and Neuronal Devices

Neuro-inspired computing is a new computing paradigm that emulates the neural network for information processing. To enable the large-scale neuromorphic system, it is important to develop compact…

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Annabelle Singer - Decoding Memory in Health and Alzheimer’s Disease

In this talk I will discuss how neural activity goes awry in Alzheimer’s disease, driving specific frequencies of neural activity recruits the brain’s immune system, and new methods to…

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J. Mark Souther - Mobilizing History: Reflections on a Decade of Digital Humanities Practice on Two Continents

This event will combine the traditional lecture and a live-recorded interview with the producers of the “Lost in the Stacks” podcast, as Souther reflects on his experience in modeling…

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John Baez - Mathematical Mysteries of the Periodic Table

Why do atoms behave the way they do? Why do electrons form “shells,” as seen in the periodic table? Why does the first shell hold 2 electrons, the second 8, and the third 18: twice the…

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Kunal Talwar - Amplification Theorems for Differentially Private Machine Learning

A rigorous foundational approach to private data analysis has emerged in theoretical computer science in the last decade, with differential privacy and its close variants playing a central role. We…

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Arturo Massol - Solar Cinema in Puerto Rico: A Conversation with Dr. Arturo Massol

Our signature event for this year is Solar Cinema in Puerto Rico: A Conversation with Dr. Arturo Massol, professor at the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez, and director of Casa Pueblo, in…

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Leslie Kaelbling - Doing for Our Robots What Nature Did for Us

We, as robot engineers, have to think hard about our role in the design of robots and how it interacts with learning, both in “the factory” (that is, at engineering time) and in…

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