Annual event brings together Computer Science, Data Science and Complex Systems

We cordially invite you to attend CS++ Student Research Day this Friday, September 7 in Davis Center 422 (Jost) 8:45-5pm 

We invite all members of the UVM community to attend, including students and faculty outside CS+DS+CSYS research areas, as well as students not involved in research. Breakfast will be provided 8:15-8:45, and there will be a lunch banquet for CS+DS+CSYS research-active students and faculty only at 12:00-1:00.

The schedule for the event is posted here: go.uvm.edu/cs-srd

Our distinguished guest speaker for the event will be Hiroki Sayama, Director of the Center for Collective Dynamics of Complex Systems (CoCo) at Binghamtom University, NY. Hiroki will give two talks to bookend the event:

+ Seeking Open-Endedness in Artificial Chemistry Models

+ How to Survive As an Interdisciplinary Being

This annual event brings together all research active students and faculty in Computer Science, Data Science, and Complex Systems areas within CEMS. The day consists primarily of students presenting their research projects in 10-30 minute slots. The purpose of the event is to give students an opportunity to present their work (finished or in-progress) to their peers and mentors. I hope the event will also facilitate research-oriented conversations between students and faculty who don't normally hear about each other's work throughout the year.

PUBLISHED

09-07-2018
UVM CEMS