Previous Seminars

The IACS seminar series is a forum for thought leaders from academia, industry, and government to share their research on innovative computational and data science topics and methodologies. Past topics include smart city design, data science for social good, data privacy and security, socially assistive robotics, big data software, machine learning for small business lending, and AI technology development, and data-driven algorithmics.
2020 Feb 21

Hardware and Software Co-design: Preparing and Optimizing Scientific Applications for Exascale Computing | Nicholas Malaya, Advanced Micro Devices

1:30pm to 2:30pm

Location: 

Harvard University, TBA

IACS seminars are free and open to the public; no registration is required.  Lunch will not be provided.

ABSTRACT: Will be posted shortly.

BIO: Nicholas Malaya is a research scientist at Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) with an emphasis in software development, algorithms, and high performance computing. He is AMD's technical lead for the Frontier Center of Excellence, where he works closely with Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Cray to prepare scientific applications for deployment on what is expected to be the...

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2020 Feb 28

IACS Seminar | Ellie Pavlick, Brown University

1:30pm to 2:30pm

Location: 

Harvard University, TBA

IACS seminars are free and open to the public; no registration is required. Lunch will not be provided.

ABSTRACT Will be posted shortly.

BIO: Ellie Pavlick is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Brown University, and an academic partner with Google AI. Her research interests include building better computational models of natural language semantics and pragmatics: how does language work, and how can we get computers to...

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2020 Apr 17

IACS Seminar | Josh Bloom, Berkeley

1:30pm to 2:30pm

Location: 

Harvard University, TBA

IACS seminars are free and open to the public; no registration required.  Lunch will not be provided.

ABSTRACT: Will be posted shortly.

BIO: Will be posted shortly.