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December 06, 2022
Penny Atkins, PhD has been named associate director of the One Utah Data Science Hub , which connects the Data Exploration and Learning for Precision Health Intelligence (DELPHI) Initiative, the Data Science and Ethics of Technology (DATASET)...
November 02, 2022
Sage sensors monitor environment, support ‘edge AI’ Jesse Drake - University Information Technology Smokey Bear is mostly right—you can help prevent wildfires—but it’s not all on you. Using fire-resistant building materials, establishing...
October 18, 2022
Congratulations are in order for several SCI faculty who took to the awards stage at the IEEE Visualization conference this year in Oklahoma City. Valerio Pascucci was not only awarded the IEEE VGTC Visualization Technical Achievement Award , but...
October 18, 2022
The 2022 VGTC Visualization Technical Achievement Award goes to Valerio Pascucci for his seminal contribution in using topology for visualization and analysis of data. Valerio Pascucci is the John R. Parks Inaugural Endowed Chair of the University...

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12:00pm: Imaging Seminar: Dr. Tolga Tasdizen presents Contrastive Learning for Pathology Image Analysis

Wednesday, Feb 1

12:00pm: Visualization Seminar: Alan Weber , VP, New Product Innovations, Cimetrix by PDF Solutions presents Seeing is Understanding: The Role of Advanced Visualization in High-Tech Smart Manufacturing

Friday, Feb 3

9:00am: Ph.D. Thesis Defense: Pavol Klacansky presents Scalable Topological Data Analysis by Loose Coupling of Topological Descriptors and Data Structures Through Formal Queries

Wednesday, Feb 8

12:00pm: Visualization Seminar: Dr. Alvitta Ottley , Assistant Professor in Computer Science & Engineering Department at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri presents Improving Human-Machine Partnership Through Observational Learning