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Interactive Development with Reloadable Code

Mark Bastian, senior software developer Clearwater Analytics Feb 23, 2018 Abstract: One of the least productive aspects of coding is the wait time from saving code changes until the code is running and in the right state for feature testing … (Read More) Interactive Development with Reloadable Code

Fighting Fraud with Artificial Intelligence

Josh Johnston AI Science Manager at Kount April 6, 2018 Abstract:  AI is in the news these days with promises of a scifi future, but how do we get from here to there?  What are the near-term capabilities and challenges … (Read More) Fighting Fraud with Artificial Intelligence

Applications of Computational Topology and Geometry

Speaker: David L. Millman This is a talk in two parts. Part 1: Classically, the field of Computational Geometry and Topology (CompTaG) is considered a branch of theoretical computer science that investigates efficient algorithms for processing and identifying invariants of spatial data. Recently, the techniques developed in CompTaG have … (Read More) Applications of Computational Topology and Geometry

How do you break a robot? Testing autonomous robots

Gerard Ens, Founder and CTO of Go West Robotics Tues 11/13 from 2-3pm in CCP 243 This presentation discusses the challenges of testing autonomous robots. Robotics companies update the software on their robots every 3 months. To keep pace with these … (Read More) How do you break a robot? Testing autonomous robots

Software Defined Networking, Control Systems Cybersecurity

Dennis Gammel, R&D Director, Secure Engineering for SEL (a major international company with local office) will be here next Wednesday to make two presentations.  He’s responsible for setting the cybersecurity strategy for all SEL products. Hope you can make it to at least one … (Read More) Software Defined Networking, Control Systems Cybersecurity

Protecting brands in the digital world

Justin Mack, Nevena Dragovic and Barry Zechmann MarkMonitor 12:00pm – 1:00pm, 7th Dec, 2018CCP 221 Title: Protecting brands in the digital world: Technical and business problems solved by MarkMonitor Short abstract: Learn about domain names, WHOIS, and application performance problems solved with a different … (Read More) Protecting brands in the digital world

Interference mitigation in multi-hop wireless networks with advanced physical layer techniques

Yantian Hou Boise State University 12:00pm – 1:00pm, 8th Dec, 2017 CCP 221 Abstract: With the ever-growing number of wireless systems, the problem of spectrum scarcity is becoming more important than ever. The overlapping of disparate networks in the same spectrum … (Read More) Interference mitigation in multi-hop wireless networks with advanced physical layer techniques

Cyber Security of Industrial Control Systems

Dr. Hoda Mehrpouyan Department of Computer Science Boise State University 1st Dec, 2017 12:00pm – 1:00pm CCP 221 Abstract: Industrial Control Systems (ICSs) have a vital role in the automation of critical infrastructures such as nuclear power plants, dams, oil … (Read More) Cyber Security of Industrial Control Systems

ComputerScience++;

Nate McIntrye TSheets CCP 221 17th Nov 2017, 12:00pm – 1:00pm Abstract: Tips from TSheets Engineers for entering the Software Development Industry. (Read More) ComputerScience++;

Why consider grad school?

Mike Jones (Brigham Young University) Jerry Fails (Boise State University) CCP 221 12:00pm-1:00pm, 27th Oct, 2017 If you curious about why people want to go to grad school, come attend this talk. Dr. Fails will include an overview of the … (Read More) Why consider grad school?