Department of Computer Science


Events

  • The Brain in its Body, the Body in its World Event as iCalendar
    23 May 2018, 6:15pm
    Is your mind really (only) in your head? Over the past 30 years, it has become increasingly clear that the proper unit of analysis of the mechanisms of behavior is not simply a brain, but rather an entire brain-body-environment system. Find out more from Professor Randall D Beer at this public lecture.
  • Gibbons Lectures: Can we be friends with robots? (Science Event Tags, Conferences, Lectures, Seminars, Computer Science) Event as iCalendar
    24 May 2018, 6:30pm
    Social robots are now being made to assist us in our daily lives in our homes and workplaces. Associate Professor Elizabeth Broadbent will discuss research on how people feel about living with such robots and the benefits and harm robots may bring.
  • Evaluating Geographic Patterns of Infant Mortality and Preterm Birth (Science Event Tags, Computer Science, Seminars) Event as iCalendar
    28 May 2018, 12 - 1pm
    In the United States, Ohio has one of the highest reported infant mortality (IM) rates, consistently ranking 45 out of 51 in the country. Associate Professor Elisabeth Dowling Root from The Ohio State University will talk about novel methods for using big data to evaluate the population-level impacts of public health interventions.


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