CSE Biweekly Roundup - August 5, 2022

Every other week, the School of Computational Science and Engineering shares a roundup of news, accomplishments, and events from across the School. Here is the roundup for August 5, 2022:

  • Congratulations to CSE Ph.D. student Alexander Rodríguez and CSE Associate Professor B. Aditya Prakash for co-authoring a paper that won the "Best Paper Award" at AI4ABM Workshop at the International Conference on Machine Learning 2022. The School of CSE team collaborated with researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Adobe Research on the project.
  • Congratulations to CSE Assistant Professor Nabil Imam for being selected as a finalist for NSF’s Emerging Frontiers in Research and Innovation program.
  • CSE Assistant Professors Spencer Bryngelson and Florian Schäfer have been attending the Stanford Center for Turbulence Research Summer Program since July 13. Scheduled to finish August 13, they have been working on fast operator recovery, a new strategy for modeling turbulent fluid flows.
  • AE-CSE Ph.D. student Johnie Sublett raised $7,000 for the Ukrainian National Guard to purchase radio equipment that recently arrived on the front lines.
  • There is a new page on the School of CSE website devoted to CSE Biweekly Roundups! Here, CSE news, accomplishments, and events can be easily found and shared.
  • July’s edition of The Analyzer and the latest edition of The Compiler published last week. Check out the last news across the School and College in case you missed it.
  • PACE is hosting a virtual Open Science Grid (OSG) orientation session Aug. 9 at 10:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Advance registration is required and can be found in the event link.
  • There will be a virtual training session on Kaltura Canvas Aug. 9 at 10:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Advance registration is required and can be found in the event link.
  • The School of CSE Faculty Retreat is Aug. 11 at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis. Check your inboxes for the agenda and event details.
  • Aug. 11 is degree confirmation date for summer candidates. Congratulations to CSE students that completed their degrees this summer! A story will be published soon.
  • School of CSE faculty, students, and alumni will present seven papers at ACM SIGKDD 2022. The conference is Aug. 14-18 in Washington, DC.
  • Aug. 22 is first day of fall semester. Welcome back and have a great school year!

Bryant Wine, Communications Officer