The Institute will host a special colloquium in which Vatche Ishakian will present his work on Serverless Computing. Ishakian will identify key characteristics and use cases as well as describe technical challenges and open problems.
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The HPC Futures conference is a one-day exploration of ideas and planning for future computational research at universities, institutes, hospitals, and companies. The conference is sponsored by Boston University’s Hariri Institute for Computing, Center for Computational Science, and Department of Physics.
The Institute is pleased to host a Data Science Initiative (DSI) Distinguished Lecture, given by Adam Smith and titled “Privacy, Stability and Generalization.” Tuesday, May 16, 2017; 12:30-1:30pm, lunch served at 12pm. Hariri Institute for Computing, Seminar Room.
Sponsored and hosted by the Hariri Institute and the BU Center for Reliable Information Systems and Cyber Security (RISCS), the Charles River Crypto Day brings together academics and research scientists from local universities and research labs to discuss recent advances in cryptography. The Charles River Crypto Day series, which is open to the public, is a recurring networking opportunity for faculty, postdocs, graduate students, and research scientists pursuing basic cryptography research in the Greater Boston Area.
The Hariri Institute is pleased to host a student poster session Friday, May 5th from 3-5PM. The event will feature projects completed by students enrolled in the spring iteration of CS 506 (ENG 500), taught by Evimaria Terzi, Associate Professor of Computer Science.
As a follow-on activity to the Journalism and the Search for Truth conference hosted by the College of Communication and co-sponsored by the Hariri Institute for Computing, the Institute will host a colloquium on the topics of online political speech and the need for fact checking tools. Giovanni Luca Ciampaglia (Indiana University) and Brian Ulicny (Thomson Reuters) will present their work on computational fact checking and real-time assessment of information credibility.
The Hariri Institute is pleased to host a student poster session Friday, April 28th from 3-5PM. The event will feature 25 group projects completed by students enrolled in the spring iteration of CS 591 L1 (“Data Mechanics”), a computer science course taught by Andrei Lapets, CS Lecturer and Director for Research Development and SAIL at the Hariri Institute for Computing.
The Hariri Institute for Computing is excited to support two new CS directed study programs for Fall 2017: BU Spark! Innovation Ventures taught by Ziba Cranmer, Director of BU Spark!, and Experiential Lab in Software Engineering (ELSE) taught by Andrei Lapets, Hariri Institute Director for Research Development and Director for SAIL.
The Institute is pleased to host over the CS558, “Network Security,” student poster session. Led by Institute Fellow and Computer Science Associate Professor, Sharon Goldberg, CS558 provides an introduction to network security for BU undergraduate seniors, masters, and PhD students.
The Hariri Institute for Computing is pleased to co-sponsor the Language Processing and Recovery in Aphasia Symposium, which aims to showcase the ongoing work at BU with regard to cognitive and computational neuroscience advances in the study of language recovery in aphasia.