Tech Talk Tuesday

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The Tech Talk Tuesday seminar is a forum for industry and other organizations to learn about the latest research arising in the labs of faculty in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Oregon State University. Seminar topics will span the full spectrum of EECS with each academic quarter focusing on a particular theme. The talks are targeted for a tech-savvy audience, but the audience is not assumed to have deep knowledge of the particular research area.

TAO logo     Tech Talk Tuesday is presented in partnership with the Technology Association of Oregon.

Future Tech Talks

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Past Tech Talks

Data Modeling and Quality Control for Spatial Decision Support Systems

Dylan Keon - Assistant Professor (Sr Res), NACSE Research Group, Oregon State University

Systematic Inclusive Design: From GenderMag to SocioeconomicMag

Margaret Burnett - University Distinguished Professor, Computer Science, Oregon State University

Graphical Models and Causality for Handling Corrupted Data

Karthika Mohan - Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Oregon State University

Looking for Weird Things in Data

Weng-Keen Wong - Professor, Computer Science, Oregon State University

Building Secure and Reliable Deep Learning Systems from a Systems Security Perspective

Sanghyun Hong - Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Oregon State University

Democratizing Error-Efficient Computing

Radha Venkatagiri - Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Oregon State University

Resilient Operating Systems via Code Debloating

Sibin Mohan - Associate Professor, Computer Science, Oregon State University

Transparency for Robots: Why does it matter?

Julie A. Adams - Professor, Computer Science, Associate Director of Research, CoRIS, Oregon State University

Neuroprostheses for amputees and patients with spinal cord injuries

V John Mathews - Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Oregon State University

Visual Analytics for Machine Learning Interpretability

Minsuk Kahng - Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Oregon State University

How Can You Design Inclusive Software Products?

Anita Sarma - Associate Professor, Computer Science, Oregon State University

Power System Resilience: Earthquakes and the Grid

Ted Brekken - Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Oregon State University

Rigid, Flexible, and Stretchable Circuits and Sensor Systems

Matt Johnston - Associate Professor, Oregon State University

Heterogeneous Integration of Transparent Conductive Oxides with Silicon Photonics

Alan Wang - Associate Professor, Oregon State University

Equalizer Free High-Speed Wireline Communication

Tejasvi Anand - Assistant Professor, Oregon State University

Linear-Time Algorithms to Fight COVID-19

Liang Huang - Assistant Professor, Oregon State University

Fair and Secure Control for Autonomous Systems

Houssam Abbas - Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Oregon State University

The AgAID Institute: AI Solutions to Tackle 21st Century Challenges in Agriculture

Alan Fern - Professor and Associate Head of Research, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Oregon State University

Lessons in Real-World Software: Going From Monolith to Microservices

Carrie Hertel and Mark Clements - Center for Applied Systems & Software, Oregon State University

How to Train Your Robot to Stand, Walk, Run, Hop, and Skip

Alan Fern - Professor and Associate Head for Research, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Oregon State University