The Engineering and Technology Colloquia series provides a forum to learn about new technologies and applications, to showcase the work done at STScI and to allow the exchange of ideas among our staff and the speakers. The topics of the Colloquia are of broad interest to our engineering, technical and astronomical research staff with an emphasis on innovative and leading edge technologies in the computer sciences, information technology, systems engineering and other disciplines as those used at STScI.
Talks begin at 3:00 p.m. with tea and cookies served 15 minutes before unless otherwise indicated.
Joint Astronomy Centre
|On SCUBA-2: A 10,000 bolometer submillimetre camera on the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope|
|November 1||Chris Raimondi
||On winning a Kaggle prize with the R programming lanuage|
|January 8||Chauncey Wilson
Autodesk, Inc. and Bentley University
|Dealing with Complexsistency: Measures and Methods for Managing Complexity and Consistency|
|February 5||Michelle Borkin
|On multidisciplinary data visualization|
|March 12||Kirk Borne
George Mason University
|Knowledge Discovery from Mining Big Data|
|April 2||Tak Igusa
Johns Hopkins University
|Applications of Computational Systems Models in Public Health and Medicine|
The monthly colloquia are generally held at STScI's John Bahcall Auditorium at 3:00 PM on the first Tuesday of the month, preceded by tea and cookies at 2:45.
All lectures will be webcasted live and archived. Please go to the webcast site site to view the lectures.
For more information contact: Jesse Doggett (email@example.com).