The Hariri Institute was pleased to host and co-sponsor the BU Department of Microbiology summer school and symposium for the Computational Immunology of B cells from June 11 through 14. Directed by Tom Kepler, professor of microbiology and director of the BU Immunology Training Program, the course featured faculty and symposium speakers from across the U.S. who are […]
Monday, June 4 – Friday, June 8, 2018 The Data+Narrative Storytelling Workshops at Boston University provide ground-breaking training positions for speakers to engage attendees through powerful data-driven stories. Embarking on it’s fifth successful year training students and professionals from all disciplines, the workshop continues to offer the Digital Badge certification program in Data+Narrative skills. The certification is an […]
Please join us for the Differential Privacy Meets Multi-Party Computation (DPMPC) workshop.
Please join us for the 2018 Computational Immunology Symposium: Focus on B cells. The event features speakers at the forefront of the field to share their insights into exciting new opportunities.
BU postdoctoral associate Bryan Plummer introduces an approach to improving many image-language tasks where neural networks learn a set of models, each of which capture a different concept which is useful in the task.
The Hariri Institute is excited to sponsor student poster sessions and presentations for four courses this semester: Data Mechanics, Computational Fabrication, Mobile App Development, Cyber Physical Systems and Data Science.
Please join us for a Data Science Colloquium featuring Nisheeth Vishnoi, professor in School of Computer and Communication Sciences
at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Switzerland).
12:30 PM – 2:00 PM on Monday, May 14, 2018 BU School of Law (Room 203), 765 Commonwealth Avenue Robot Lawyers: Automating Legal Compliance for Transferring Private Data Stephen Chong Professor, Harvard University Abstract : Legal and regulatory requirements governing the collection, use, and sharing of personal data are complex and often not very well understood by the […]
Please join us for a Cyber Alliance seminar featuring John Byers. Professor John W. Byers joined the BU Department of Computer Science in 1999. His research interests center on data-analytic and algorithmic challenges in two disciplines: the science of computer networking (e.g., transport protocols, network architecture) and the empirical study of Internet platforms (such as Airbnb, Groupon, and Yelp).
Please join us for a Lunch Seminar featuring Walter Thiel, Director at Max Planck Institute for Coal Research. Thiel will present an overview of developments and address the current status and the perspectives of quantum chemistry.