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Society for Women in Computing

SWIC offers regular meetings for women in technology to develop professional skills and build their expertise.



A bi-weekly opportunity for majors, and those interested in technology topics, to network and collaborate.




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  • Antonios Argyriou, Passive Wireless Sensing: Implications on Privacy and Counter-Measures - When: Monday, October 30 at 1:00 pm. Where: Quinn 211. Who: Dr. Antonios Argyriou, Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Thessaly, Greece. Abstract: Emitters of wireless signals are all around us 24/7. These wireless signals contain digital information that may be the target of different types of cyber security attacks. However, […]
  • Ming-Hui Chen, A New Statistical Monitoring Approach Based on Linear Mixed-Effects Models: Application to Energy Usage Management on a Large University Campus - When: Friday, October 27th, from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM Where: ENGR 040 Who: Professor Ming-Hui Chen, Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut Abstract: In this paper, we introduce a novel application of the linear mixed-effects model (LMM) repurposed for statistical monitoring. We develop an efficient EM algorithm to handle rapid estimation, especially in scenarios […]
  • ML Tlachac, Digital Mental Health Screening with Text Logs - When: Friday, September 29th, from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM Where: ENGR 040 Who: ML Tlachac, Assistant Professor of Data Science at Bryant University Abstract: In this talk, ML Tlachac will provide an overview of digital mental health screening research with a focus on digital phenotyping data. The presentation will include insights into research involving […]
  • Lily Sisouvong, “Pair Programming with Random Partners” - CSC Thesis Defense When: Monday, July 31, 4:00 pm Tyler Hall Room 052 Pair programming is a technique within the computer science space in which two programmers are paired on one computer to solve a related programming task. This technique is often practiced in both the industry and the academic setting, as it has a […]
  • New England Computer Science Teachers Association Conference - The New England chapter of the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) is coming to UConn at Storrs on October 20, 2023. Educators of all grade levels, including post-secondary, education leaders, library media specialists, administrators, coaches, school counselors, and researchers are welcome to join in the fun! We will focus on BUILDING CS PATHWAYS. Keynote speakers […]
  • Machine Learning Workshop Series (Spring 2023) - Hands-on workshops covering some introductory Machine Learning tools and techniques. Python Tools for Machine Learning – February 10th Classes in Python, Deep Learning Frameworks – February 24th Training and Fine Tuning Models for Downstream Tasks – March 24th Reporting Your Findings in LaTeX – April 14th February 10th, Python Tools for Machine Learning The first […]