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Apr 25, 2024 - May 2, 2024

PhD Final Defense for Hojung You
Grainger Dean's Distinguished Diversity Lecture  Series: Dr. Shirley Malcom - Changing the Narrative: DEI is Essential to Excellence in STEMM

Grainger Dean's Distinguished Diversity Lecture Series: Dr. Shirley Malcom - "Changing the Narrative: DEI is Essential to Excellence in STEMM"

Shirley Malcom

NCSA 1030 (National Center for Supercomputing Applications- 1250 W Clark St. Urbana, IL 61801)

Special Seminar: Ramakrishnan Raman, Global Investigation of Network Connection Tampering

Special Seminar: Ramakrishnan Raman, "Global Investigation of Network Connection Tampering"

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/81634889780?pwd=MjNRVmU0RzJrbTN0OHNPckpqNkQ1Zz09

SE 290 - Jenny Tsao
Validity Matters: Enhancing the Credibility of Health Research

Validity Matters: Enhancing the Credibility of Health Research

In this webinar, Jesus Sarol, Ph.D., IHSI Senior Research Biostatistician, will delve into the intricacies of validity assessment from the perspective of epidemiologic research, discuss validity in different aspects or stages of research study, such as subject selection, measurement, analysis, and interpretation, and describe some common pitfalls and their consequences.

Hard Materials Seminar - Advanced experimental methods studying interface failure mechanisms at different length scales

Hard Materials Seminar - "Advanced experimental methods studying interface failure mechanisms at different length scales"

Dr. Alice Lassnig, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley

100 Materials Science and Engineering Building, 1304 W. Green Street

Hard Materials Seminar - Mapping structure and strain in metals and alloys using 4D-STEM

Hard Materials Seminar - "Mapping structure and strain in metals and alloys using 4D-STEM"

Dr. Christoph Gammer, Erich Schmid Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences

100 Materials Science and Engineering Building, 1304 W. Green Street

Turbulence, droplets, and hurricanes: Using simulations to look where experiments cannot

Turbulence, droplets, and hurricanes: Using simulations to look where experiments cannot

Professor David Richter, Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences, University of Notre Dame

Undergraduate Physics Seminar: Why Everyone Should Care About AI Safety: A Physics Perspective, Max Winga

Undergraduate Physics Seminar: "Why Everyone Should Care About AI Safety: A Physics Perspective", Max Winga

Max Winga is a senior studying engineering physics who has shifted focus over the last two years to work on AI safety. He has devoted much of his time and energy towards studying AI and engaging with the thinking of experts across the field of AI. Like many of the top AI researchers, he is working to sound the alarm about the threats that AI might pose.

Max Winga

Loomis 464

Final Exam: Yu-Lin Wei
Fireside Chat with Mike Zafirovski - From Humble Beginnings to CEO of Several Fortune 500 Companies

Fireside Chat with Mike Zafirovski -" From Humble Beginnings to CEO of Several Fortune 500 Companies"

Mike Zafirovski, Ph.D. - CEO of ZAF Group

1002 Grainger Auditorium ECEB

Applicability of All-Electric Aircraft for Commercial Aviation and the Role of Structural Energy Storage Devices

Applicability of All-Electric Aircraft for Commercial Aviation and the Role of Structural Energy Storage Devices

Mohammad Naraghi, Associate Professor and Associate Department Head for Academics, Aerospace Engineering, Texas A&M

CIF 2039

Cancer Center at Illinois Undergraduate Research Symposium

Cancer Center at Illinois Undergraduate Research Symposium

The Cancer Center at Illinois will hold its 2nd annual Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 25, 2024, from 3:30-5:30 p.m. in Beckman Institute atrium. Undergraduate students from CCIL research programs will present posters highlighting their research experiences.

Beckman Institute Atrium

Vernon L. Snoeyink Distinguished Lecture | The Bike Lane Wars: Civic Engagement and Social Media in Urban Design

Vernon L. Snoeyink Distinguished Lecture | The Bike Lane Wars: Civic Engagement and Social Media in Urban Design

Most research agrees that while social media promotes community engagement, it can also increase the spread of misinformation. There is less consensus in the literature on how much, and under what circumstances misinformation spreads. To examine the role of social media in urban design, I use recent dialogue on the addition of a bike lane in Washington DC.

Dr. Deb Niemeier

Levis Faculty Center, 919 W Illinois St., Urbana, IL 61801

21st Annual Workshop on Charm++ and its Applications

21st Annual Workshop on Charm++ and its Applications

The "21st Annual Workshop on Charm++ and its Applications" will take place April 25-26 at the Siebel Center for Computer Science at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Attendees may also participate via Zoom after registering.

Siebel Center for Computer Science, Room 2405

Condensed Matter Seminar - Few-Electron Plasmon Resonances

Condensed Matter Seminar - "Few-Electron Plasmon Resonances"

Prashant Jain, Dept. of Chemistry, University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign

ESB 190

The End of Programming Is a New Beginning for Verification

The End of Programming Is a New Beginning for Verification

Prof. Swarat Chaudhuri, UT Austin

Siebel 2405

Prelim Exam: Jindou (Derek) Shi

Prelim Exam: Jindou (Derek) Shi

Beckman Institute 4369

Space Technology at NASA - An Illini Grad’s Journey

Space Technology at NASA - An Illini Grad’s Journey

Dr. Prasun Desai , Deputy Associate Administrator of the Space Technology Mission Directorate, NASA

CIF 1035

Prelim Exam: Xinan Chen
[HUG] End of Semester Social
Prelim Exam: Ye-Ji Mun
Prelim Exam: Ashwin Tunga
2024 Aerospace Engineering Spring Honors Ceremony
Illinois CS Girls Who Code Club

Illinois CS Girls Who Code Club

Siebel Center for Computer Science

Illinois CS Sunday Coding Studio

Illinois CS Sunday Coding Studio

Siebel Center for Computer Science

The Anthony J Leggett Institute for Condensed Matter Physics Seminar: Solving the Mott Problem

The Anthony J Leggett Institute for Condensed Matter Physics Seminar: Solving the Mott Problem

Philip Phillips, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

ESB 190

Distinguished Lecture: Eduard Hovy, The Future of LLM NLP

Distinguished Lecture: Eduard Hovy, "The Future of LLM NLP"

HYBRID: 2405 Siebel Center for Computer Science and online

Hassel and Marianne Ledbetter MatSE Colloquium - Racheff student awardees

Hassel and Marianne Ledbetter MatSE Colloquium - Racheff student awardees

100 Materials Science and Engineering Building, 1304 W. Green Street

Prelim Examination: Jack Huang
Agriculture and Food Systems in India: A Wicked Problem

Agriculture and Food Systems in India: A Wicked Problem

Overall, the talk will highlight the need for a holistic approach to co-design agricultural and environmental policies to mitigate the existing paradoxical challenges posed by modern-day food systems.

Dr. Srinidhi Balasubramanian, Professor, Environmental Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay

3310 NCEL Yeh Center

Biological Physics / iPoLS / STC-QCB Seminar: Luke Chao (Harvard University)
AE590 Seminar: Pushing the Limits of Hall Thrusters to Enable Next Generation Space Exploration

AE590 Seminar: Pushing the Limits of Hall Thrusters to Enable Next Generation Space Exploration

Benjamin Jorns, Associate Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering, University of Michigan

CIF 2035

Culminating Event: Where The Arts Meets Physics

Culminating Event: Where The Arts Meets Physics

Channing-Murray Foundation: 1209 W Oregon St. Urbana, IL. 61801

Molecular Epidemiology of Triple Negative Breast Cancer in African American Women

Molecular Epidemiology of Triple Negative Breast Cancer in African American Women

The Cancer Center at Illinois and the Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology will host Luisel Ricks-Santi for a seminar titled "Molecular Epidemiology of Triple Negative Breast Cancer in African American Women." Ricks-Santi is a research member at the University of Florida Health Cancer Center and the Associate Director for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

Luisel Ricks-Santi

612 IGB Conference Center

Soft Materials Seminar

Soft Materials Seminar

119 Materials Science and Engineering Building, 1304 W. Green Street

Soft Materials Seminar - Visualization of white adipose tissue microenvironment with whole mount tissue immunofluorescence imaging
Thermal Systems Engineering for Desalination and Resource Recovery

Thermal Systems Engineering for Desalination and Resource Recovery

Professor John H. Lienhard V, PhD, PE, Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

4100 Sidney Lu Mechanical Engineering Building

Science, Health, and Equity Series: Unintended Consequences of Premature Black Death

Science, Health, and Equity Series: Unintended Consequences of Premature Black Death

Monica R. McLemore, University of Washington School of Nursing, will connect the dots between preventable maternal morbidity and mortality, infant mortality, and premature Black death.

Knight Auditorium in the Spurlock Museum

Alex Hoover Plinko: Single-Server PIR with Efficient Updates via Invertible PRFs

Alex Hoover "Plinko: Single-Server PIR with Efficient Updates via Invertible PRFs"

Alex Hoover, University of Chicago

Thomas M. Siebel Center for Computer Science SC 2405

IQUIST Seminar: Quantum Sensing of Two-Dimensional Magnetism, Chunhui Du, Assistant Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology

IQUIST Seminar: "Quantum Sensing of Two-Dimensional Magnetism," Chunhui Du, Assistant Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology

Speaker: Chunhui Du, Assistant Professor, School of Physics, Georgia Institute of Technology

Chunhui Du, Assistant Professor, School of Physics, Georgia Institute of Technology

190 Engineering Sciences Building, 1101 W Springfield Ave, Urbana, IL 61801

BIOE 500 Seminar Series - Dr. Aravind Asokan
Let’s Chat about iCAN (online):  Celia Johnston, iCAN Academic Advisor

Let’s Chat about iCAN (online): Celia Johnston, iCAN Academic Advisor

Online Event from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Central Time

Prelim Exam: Han Lee
Prelim Exam: Jeongmin Park

Prelim Exam: Jeongmin Park

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/9411003492?pwd=YW40NGIxcHRSWGdDZnlPanhBWTBnUT09

NPRE 596 Graduate Seminar Series - Senior Design Presentations

NPRE 596 Graduate Seminar Series - Senior Design Presentations

Lectures and discussions on current work in research and development in nuclear engineering and related fields by staff, advanced students, and visiting speakers.

3039 Campus Instructional Facility, 1405 W. Springfield Avenue, Urbana, IL

Instruction Ends
Astrophysics, Relativity, and Cosmology Seminar - Tom Baumgarte
Physics Colloquium: Andrey Gromov (Maryland) Title: TBA
ECE Explorations (200): Virtual Research Symposium

ECE Explorations (200): Virtual Research Symposium

Professor Erhan Kudeki

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/7810421474?pwd=UExFb2NGT085dFBPSkprbTkzcFdvdz09

Prelim Exam: Stasiu Chyczewski
Director of Graduate Studies Office Hours

Director of Graduate Studies Office Hours

1324B Siebel Center for Computer Science

Director of Graduate Studies Virtual Office Hours

Director of Graduate Studies Virtual Office Hours

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/2010004124?pwd=TlljTHk5VGEzd2YzM3JHQkxOaWdRUT09

Final Defense of Zixuan Zhang

Final Defense of Zixuan Zhang

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/7494749431?pwd=MnpSNXhKcDc0SGFhaU9FVnFrTFJSQT09

Bioengineering Senior Design/M.Eng. Capstone Symposium

Bioengineering Senior Design/M.Eng. Capstone Symposium

Please join the us as our design teams present their final projects.

Everitt Laboratory Room 1302

HQAN Research Coordination Talks - Brian DeMarco & Matthew Otten

HQAN Research Coordination Talks - Brian DeMarco & Matthew Otten

Dr. Brian DeMarco UIUC & Dr. Matthew Otten, University of Wisconsin

2008 Superconductivity Center

AE Student Appreciation Lunch