September 27, 2016

NSF NRT Graduate Training Program Mini-Conference

The NSF NRT Graduate Training Program provides graduate training at the interface of data science, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, and neuroscience. We will hold our first mini-conference (and dinner) on September 27 at 5:00pm-8:00pm in Meliora Hall, room 366. Brain & Cognitive Sciences (BCS) and Computer Science (CS) graduate students will give 20 minute presentations on their research. All BCS, DSC, and CS graduate students, postdocs, and faculty are invited.

When: September 27, 5:00pm-8:00pm
Where: Meliora Hall, room 366
Food: Probably Thai food
RSVP: Because we need to provide enough food, please let Kathy Corser ( know if you will be attending (and if you have dietary restrictions). 

Here is the schedule:
5:00pm: Talk by Mohammad Rafayet Ali (Computer Science)
5:20pm: Talk by Habiba Azab (Brain & Cognitive Sciences)
5:40pm: Talk by Nabil Hossain (Computer Science)
6:00pm: Talk by Quanjing Chen (Brain & Cognitive Sciences)
6:20pm: Dinner
7:00pm: Talk by Richard Lange (Computer Science and Brain & Cognitive Sciences)
7:20pm: Talk by Quanzeng You (Computer Science)
7:40pm: Talk by Frank Mollica (Brain & Cognitive Sciences)