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SISTA Colloquium Series

We invite you to join us every Monday from 12:00 to 1:15 p.m. for talks about computation in disciplines from all over campus.  These talks are held in Gould-Simpson, Rm 906.  If you would like to be on the SISTA announcements general listserv, please send email to Lupe Jacobo at .


If you would like to give a talk or for more information, you may contact SISTA Associate Director, Clay Morrison at .

Spring 2012 Upcoming Colloquia:


Past Spring 2012 Colloquia:

Monday, March 5 (12:00 pm, Gould-Simpson 906):
Hong Hua, PhD, Associate Professor, Optical Sciences and Electrical and Computer Engineerings
Recent Advancements on Augmented Reality Display Technologies

Monday, February 27 (12:00 pm, Gould-Simpson 906):
Alon Efrat, PhD, Associate Professor, Computer Science
The SLIC project: Cross-modality Indexing and Browsing of Distance Learning Media

Monday, February 20 (12:00 pm, Gould-Simpson 906):
Brant Robertson, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Astronomy
New Advances in Astrophysical Simulation
Video Streaming: Part A  Part B  

Monday, February 13 (12:00 pm, Gould-Simpson 906):
Ronald Weinstein, MD, Professor and Director, Arizona Telemedicine Program
Telepathology and the Globalization of Health Care. Inventing and Commercializing a Disruptive IT Technology
Video Streaming: Part A  

Monday, February 6 (12:00 pm, Gould-Simpson 906):
Ravi Palanivelu, PhD, School of Plant Sciences, University of Arizona
Technology to the rescue: Understanding courtship in plants
Video Streaming: Part A  Part B  

Monday, January 30 (12:00 pm, Gould-Simpson 906):
Grace Chiu, Ph.D. and Anton Westveld, Ph.D., Chiu: Senior Research Scientist; Westveld: Faculty @ BIO5, Chiu: CSIRO; Westveld: BIO5
Food webs, phylogeny, social networks, and statistics: What is the common thread?

Monday, January 23 (12:00 pm, Gould-Simpson 906):
Russell Hamilton, PhD, DABMP, Professor, Head of Physics, Radiation Oncology, University of Arizona Cancer Center
Radiation therapy: State of the art and a glimpse into the future.
Video Streaming: Part A  Part B  

Friday, January 20 (12:00 pm, Gould-Simpson 906):
Craig Knoblock, Ph.D., Research Profesor, Director of the Information Integration Research Group, University of Southern California Information Sciences Institute
Automatic Source Modeling for Interactive Information Integration
Video Streaming: Part A  Part B  


Fall 2011 Past Colloquia

Spring 2011 Past Colloquia

Fall 2010 Past Colloquia