AI Seminar Series
The Institute for Data Engineering and Science (IDEaS) is pleased to announce the launch of IDEaS-AI seminar series to support campus efforts to engage with the fast-developing field of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The seminar series will bring top AI researchers from around the country and the world, and will be open to all students, faculty, and staff. To kick off the series, we have invited many leading scientists, including leaders of many of the recently announced NSF AI Institutes, and have requested them to share their research, vision and plans.
The lecture series will occur on Fridays from 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Seminars confirmed to date are listed below. Please click here to complete your registration.
Jan 15: Alexander Gray, IBM Research AI [video]
Feb 19: Ilias Tagkopoulo, University of California, Davis
Feb 26: Francine Berman, RPI [CLICK HERE FOR LINK TO JOIN]
Past lectures- Fall 2020
Sept 25: Amy McGovern (Univ. of Oklahoma) [video]
Oct 9: Sidney D’Mello (Univ. of Colorado, Boulder) [slides] [video]
Oct 23: Bin Yu (UC Berkeley) IDEaS - TRIAD Distinguished Lecture [video]
Nov 6: Adam Klivans (UT Austin)
Nov 13: Huimin Zhao (UIUC) [video]
Nov. 20: Jesse Thaler (MIT) [video]
If you have any questions pertaining to the seminar series, please reach out to Prof. B. Aditya Prakash, IDEaS Director for Seminars and Distinguished Lectures.