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June 1 12:00 am - June 30 11:59 pm EDT
Speaker(s): Nicholas Beauchamp, Assistant Professor of Political Science, College of Social Sciences and Humanities (CSSH) at Northeastern University; Martin Schedlbauer, Associate Clinical Professor, Director of Information Science and Data Science, and Executive Director of Teaching Faculty, College of Computer and Information Science (CCIS) at Northeastern University
June's program will feature content and faculty experts focusing on Computer Science and Technology. Learners will be provided with broad-based knowledge, while accessing a snapshot of the content experience from a full degree program.
June 28 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
Speaker: Johan van Leewaarden, Professor of Mathematics at Eindhoven University of Technology
Join us as we learn about how real-world networks often have power-law degrees and scale-free properties such as ultra-small distances and ultra-fast information spreading.
July 5 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
Speaker: Yijia Gu, PhD Candidate, College of Computer and Information Science at Northeastern University
In this thesis, we investigate reproducibility problems due to platform uncertainties, including non-reproducible control flow and invariants that hold on some platforms but not others. We also provide locally fine-grained provenance information to help users repair reproducibility issues.
July 6 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
Network Science Institute: Addressing the Irreproducibility Crisis in Biomedicine through Human-Computer Interactions
Speaker: Ahmed Alkhateeb, PhD, Fellow at Flagship Pioneering Ventures; Founder and CEO of Hive Scientific
Join us to learn how the Irreproduciblity crisis in biomedical literature threatens to undermine trust in the scientific enterprise.
July 18 8:00 am - July 20 6:00 pm EDT
ACM WiSec is the leading ACM and SIGSAC conference dedicated to all aspects of security and privacy in wireless and mobile networks and their applications. In addition to the traditional ACM WiSec topics of physical, link, and network layer security, we welcome papers focusing on the security and privacy of mobile software platforms, usable security and privacy, biometrics, cryptography, and the increasingly diverse range of mobile or wireless applications such as Internet of Things, and Cyber-Physical Systems. The conference welcomes both theoretical as well as systems contributions.
August 18 8:00 am - August 19 6:00 pm EDT
MLHC is an annual research meeting that exists to bring together two usually insular disciplines: computer scientists with artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data expertises, with clinicians, and medical researchers. MLHC supports the advancement of data analytics, knowledge discovery, and seriously meaningful use of complex medical data by fostering collaborations and the exchange of ideas between members of these too often completely separated communities. To this end, the symposium includes invited talks, poster presentations, panels, and ample time for thoughtful discussion and robust debate.
September 24 4:00 pm - September 28 5:00 pm EDT
Graph Drawing is concerned with the geometric representation of graphs and constitutes the algorithmic core of Network Visualization. Graph Drawing and Network Visualization are motivated by applications where it is crucial to visually analyze and interact with relational datasets. Examples of such application areas include data science, social sciences, Web computing, information systems, biology, geography, business intelligence, information security and software engineering.
September 29 8:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT
The goal of NESD is to bring together premier practitioners, researchers, students, and funding partners in security, in and around New England. NESD serves as an opportunity to share the latest advances, debate roadmaps and future directions, create new collaborations, and seek new opportunities.