CSE Biweekly Roundup: January - June 2023

January 20, 2023:

  • Congratulations to School of CSE Assistant Professor Srijan Kumar for being selected as a 2022 Kavli Fellow by the National Academy of Sciences! Kumar is one of 185 young scientists from industry, academia, and government selected by NAS for the fellowship.
  • Congratulations to School of CSE Assistant Professor Xiuwei Zhang and her group for having a paper on scMoMat accepted by Nature Communications!
  • Congratulations to School of CSE Assistant Professor Yunan Luo for receiving the Top Reviewer Award for the 2022 Learning on Graphs Conference, held Dec. 9-12!
  • Congratulations to School of CSE Assistant Professor Spencer Bryngelson being awarded a subcontract from Sandia National Lab on direct numerical simulation of multiphase flows!
  • School of CSE Assistant Professor Yunan Luo gave a presentation at the 2023 Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing held Jan. 3-7 in Hawaii. There, he and visiting undergraduate student Jiaqi Luo, presented a paper on contrastive protein representation learning.
  • School of CSE Assistant Professor Srijan Kumar gave an invited talk at the 2022 Indian Symposium on Machine Learning, held Dec. 15 – 17 in Gandhinagar, India. There, he presented Advances in AI for Web Integrity.
  • Two papers from School of CSE Assistant Professor Spencer Bryngelson’s research group were accepted and published in the Journal of Computational Physics. One presents subgrid models for cavitation, and the other studies numerical methods for resolve velocity disequilibria.
  • School of CSE Assistant Professor Srijan Kumar was selected to give an invited talk at AAAI 2023 as part of the conference’s New Faculty Highlights program.
  • School of CSE Assistant Professor Spencer Bryngelson is hosting an HPC OpenHackathon that began Jan. 18 and continues through Jan. 24-26. Brygelson is collaborating with NVIDIA and NASA for the event, which has representation from Georgia Tech’s Schools of Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computational Science and Engineering, Physics, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, and Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering with Emory University.
  • A paper by School of CSE and EAS/ECE joint appointment Professor Felix Hermann’s research group was accepted into January’s edition of The Leading Edge in the special section in seismic resolution. Authors include: Ziyi (Francis) Yin, Huseyin Tuna Erdinc, Abhinav Prakash Gahlot, and Mathias Louboutin.
  • School of CSE Assistant Professor Srijan Kumar will give an invited talk at the 2023 Social Media and Society in India conference held April 7- 8 at the University of Michigan.
  • School of Aerospace Engineering and CSE joint appointment Assistant Professor Elizabeth Qian will present work on multifidelity global sensitivity analysis for the James Webb Space Telescope at SIAM CSE 23 held in Amsterdam Feb. 26 – March 3.
  • HotCSE is seeking speakers for Spring 2023! If you are interested in giving a presentation/tutorial, please fill out the survey found here. HotCSE seminars occur in-person Wednesdays at 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. in Coda 1315. Seminars are free and open to the public, and lunch is provided.
  • January 26 is GVU Center’s next Brown Bag seminar. GVU will host Mary Ann Weitnauer and her presentation An Electrical Engineer’s First Effort at Interactive Multimedia Digital Art.
  • Georgia Tech’s Quantum Computing Association is hosting weekly meetings Thursdays at 6:00 p.m. located in CCB 340. The club is open to undergraduate and graduate students, all majors are welcome, and no prior experience is needed.
  • PACE is offering a virtual consulting session Jan. 26, 10:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Further information and event link can be found at the event website.
  • PACE is offering a virtual Clusters Orientation Jan. 30, 10:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Preregistration is required and can be found here.
  • PACE is offering a virtual Linux 101workshop Jan. 30, 1:00 – 2:45 p.m. Preregistration is required and can be found here.
  • The Center for Research into Novel Computing Hierarchies (CRNCH) is hosting their 2023 summit Feb. 3 – 4 at the Marcus NanoTechnology Building. CSE Professor Rich Vuduc is co-director of CRNCH where he will give remarks at the summit, and CSE Assistant Professor Nabil Imam will give an invited presentation.
  • PACE is offering a virtual consulting session Feb. 14, 2:00 – 3:45 p.m. Further information and event link can be found at the event website.