Frontiers of Science and Engineering at UW

Please join us for a 2-hour symposium highlighting the accomplishments of some of the University of Washington's outstanding women scientists and engineers

Friday January 20 2017
3:00-5:00 (reception starting at 2:30)
Savery 260

Program

2:30 - Reception
3:00 - Convene
3:05 - Prof. Magda Balazinska, Computer Science & Engineering: Introduction from the Organizers
3:15 - Prof. Julie Kientz, Human Centered Design & Engineering: Computing for Healthy Living &
           Learning

3:25 - Prof. Su-In Lee, Computer Science & Engineering: From Big Data to Precision Oncology
3:40 - Prof. Bing Brunton, Biology: From Big Data to Insights in Neuroscience
3:50 - Prof. Patricia Kuhl, Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (I-LABS), and Speech & Hearing Sciences: Nature, Nurture, and the
           Developing Brain

4:05 - Prof. Kristi Morgansen, Aeronautics & Astronautics: Sensing and Actuation in Biological and Engineered Systems
4:15 - Prof. Anna Karlin, Computer Science & Engineering: Algorithms and Incentives: An Introduction to Algorithmic Game Theory
4:30 - Prof. Kai-Mei Fu, Physics and Electrical Engineering: Quantum Technologies
4:40 - Prof. Emily Fox, Statistics: Machine Learning for Complex Time Series
4:55 - Concluding remarks


Organizers: Magda Balazinska (CSE), Julie Kientz (HCDE), Ed Lazowska (CSE) and Joshua Smith (CSE + EE)

Presented by Computer Science & Engineering in conjunction with the UW chapters of ACM-W and the Society of Women Engineers