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November 02, 2022
Sage sensors monitor environment, support ‘edge AI’ Jesse Drake - University Information Technology Smokey Bear is mostly right—you can help prevent wildfires—but it’s not all on you. Using fire-resistant building materials, establishing...
October 18, 2022
Congratulations are in order for several SCI faculty who took to the awards stage at the IEEE Visualization conference this year in Oklahoma City. Valerio Pascucci was not only awarded the IEEE VGTC Visualization Technical Achievement Award , but...
October 18, 2022
The 2022 VGTC Visualization Technical Achievement Award goes to Valerio Pascucci for his seminal contribution in using topology for visualization and analysis of data. Valerio Pascucci is the John R. Parks Inaugural Endowed Chair of the University...
October 14, 2022
This year at computing in cardiology I presented two talks, both on the subject of uncertainty quantification in the context of electrocardiographic imaging. Uncertainty quantification is a technique to understand how models such as those we use to...

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Monday, Dec 5

12:00pm: Imaging Seminar: Nawazish Khan presents Statistical Multi-Level Shape Models for Scalable Modeling of Multi-Organ Anatomies 

Wednesday, Dec 14

12:00pm: Visualization Seminar: Sam Gnanasundaram presents Multiple Forecast Visualizations (MFVs): Trade-offs in Trust and Performance in Multiple COVID-19 Forecast Visualizations