UI3 in collaboration with several academic departments is co-hosting/sponsoring seminar series which will have talks by faculty within UI and also external invited speakers. These talks are organized such that they will be part of the colloquia hosted by the academic departments and will be in the time slots provided by the respective departments. Please check this page for regular updates on the schedule.

Spring 2018 Seminar Schedule

 

Date Time/Location Title Presenter Sponsor
THURSDAY
01/25/2018
3:30pm
61 Schaeffer Hall
Astronomical time delay estimation via a repelling-attracting Metropolis algorithm Hyungsuk Tak, Assistant Professor Statistics and Actuarial Science
MONDAY
01/29/2018
5:30pm
61 Schaeffer Hall
Modern classification with big data Boxiang Wang, Assistant Professor Statistics and Actuarial Science
Cancelled
FRIDAY
02/09/2018
3:30pm-4:30pm
218 MLH
Uncovering complex patterns from big spatial interaction data: A computation-visualization framework Caglar Koylu, Professor Mathematics
TUESDAY
02/22/2018
11:00am
N502 CPHB
Social Media Interest Group February Session - Research Introduction Caglar Koylu, Assistant Professor Iowa Informatics Initative (UI3)
MONDAY
03/26/2018
3:30pm
C217 CPHB
TBA Zack Almquist Biostatistics
MONDAY
04/23/2018
3:30pm
C217 CPHB
TBA Dennis Cook Biostatistics
         

Fall 2017 Seminar Schedule

 

Date Time/Location Title Presenter Sponsoring Department

FRIDAY
09/01/2017

3:30pm-4:20pm
2217 Seamans Center
Artificial Intelligence in Medicine: Enjoy Responsibly
 
Ryan Amelon, PhD, Director of Research and Development
IDx LLC, Coralville, IA
Biomedical Engineering
 
MONDAY
09/11/2017
3:30pm-4:25pm
S030 CPHB
Using Mobile Device Sensors for Influenza Forecasting and Surveillance Aaron Miller
University of Iowa, Postdoctoral Research Scholar
Computer Science
FRIDAY
09/15/2017
4:00pm-5:00pm
118 MLH
Mining Spatio-Temporal Big for Urban Event Footprint Analytics Xun Zhou
University of Iowa, Assistant Professor
Management Science
THURSDAY
09/28/2017
3:30pm
3505 SC
mSelf-Mobile Sensor Big Data Challenges in Monitoring and Improving Health, Wellness, and Performance Santosh Kumar
University of Memphis, Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering
FRIDAY
09/29/2017

11:00am-12:00pm
N512 CPHB

Social Media Analytics Group Seminar: Research Introduction Padmini Srinivasan
University of Iowa, Professor, Computer Science
Informatics
FRIDAY
09/29/2017
2:30pm-3:20pm
C107 PBB
More For Less: Adaptive Labeling Payment for Online Labor Markets Maytal Saar-Tsechansky
University of Texas, Associate Professor
Management Sciences
THURSDAY
10/05/2017
5:00pm
C20 Pomerantz Center
How Cybercriminals Steal Stuff and the U.S. Department of Justice's Efforts to Stop Them Joss Nichols Electrical and Computer Engineering
MONDAY
10/09/2017
4:00pm
S030 CPHB
Analysis of Big Longitudinal Patient Mobility Data for Evaluating the Efficiency of a Health Care System Caglar Koylu
University of Iowa, Assistant Professor in Geography
Biostatistics
THURSDAY
10/12/2017
3:30pm-4:20pm
2217 Seamans Center
Connected Engines and Vehicles: Data-Oriented Approaches for
Improving Emissions and Efficiency
William Northrup
University of Minnesota
Mechanical Engineering
 
THURSDAY
10/19/2017
3:30pm-4:20pm
3315 Seamans Center
Aerosol Modeling Capabilities and Applications in the NASA GEOS-5 Earth System Model Peter Colarco
Physical Scientist, NASA
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
FRIDAY
11/03/2017
3:30pm-4:15pm
C107PBB
Using Public Video Feeds to Understand Intergroup Exposure on the Streets of New York Bryce Dietrich
University of Iowa, Assistant Professor
Geography
FRIDAY
11/10/2017
12:00pm-1:15pm
302 Schaeffer Hall
The Politics of Information Access: Evidence From Over 1 Million Information Requests in Mexico Benjamin Bagozzi
University of Delaware, Assistant Professor
Political Science
 
THURSDAY
11/30/2017
3:30pm-4:20pm
3505 Seamans Center
Machine Learning
 
Tianbao Yang
University of Iowa, Assistant Professor in Computer Science
Electrical and Computer Engineering
 
MONDAY
12/04/2017
5:00pm
TBA
Deep Machine Learning: Radiology's Brave New World Risto Filippi Biomedical Engineering