Seminars

Engineering Serendipity with computational neuroscientist

Date of Event: 
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Engineering Serendipity with computational neuroscientist, Dr. Memming Park
Time: 4pm, Dec 15, 2017
Location: New Computer Science 220
Please join College of Engineering and Applied Sciences colleagues for our third Engineering Serendipity Seminar, December 15, at 4 PM, in Computer Science 220.
 This seminar will feature a presentation by Dr. Memming Park, a computational neuroscientist trained in statistical signal processing and machine learning. The seminar will be an opportunity to learn more about his work in neural engineering and discuss areas of opportunity for future collaboration.
 Refreshments will be provided.
The College sponsors Engineering SerendipitySeminars on the third Friday of each month, at 4 PM. The seminars, an opportunity to learn about and share research activity and interests with colleagues, are intended to inspire and support collaborative research and grantseeking.
Future meeting dates:
  • January 19
  • February 16
  • March 16.

Stony Brook Biomedical Informatics at AMIA Annual Symposium 2017

Date of Event: 
Sunday, November 12, 2017

Stony Brook BMI made a major presence at AMIA Annual Symposium 2017 held at Wasington DC, November 4-8, 2017. Besides the Stony Brook BMI exhibition,  BMI had a presentation on large scale scale opioid studies in New York State, a poster on social media based drug abuse studies, and a presentation on using blockchain for EMR sharing. Dr. Joel Saltz and Tahsin Kurc were also invited panelists on the panel "20 Years of Digital Pathology - An Overview of the Road Travelled and What is on the Horizon".Stony Brook BMI at AMIA 2017


 

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