Current & Recent Talks

May

20-22

Pint of Science Fesival

6:30 PM, Pastoli's Pizza, Murray Ave

May 20, "Listening, Learning, and the Brain"; May 21, "Climate Change: How are we Affected?"; May 22, "Let's Talk about Vaccines, Shall We?" Come join Pitt and CMU scientists for food, drinks, and science. More details here.

May

22

Bioengineering Seminar

10:00 AM, Biomedical Science Tower 3, Room 6014

Chong Xie, University of Texas at Austin, presents "Pushing the Limits of Intracortical Neural Recording."

May

22

dB-SERC Lunch Discussion & Workshop

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, 321 Allen Hall

Eugene Wagner shares results of his dB-SERC Course Transformation in “Progressing toward Research in Honors General Chemistry Laboratory.” Register here.

May

23

CNBC Special Seminar

2:00 PM, 4305 Newell Simon Hall, CMU

Elizabeth M. C. Hillman, Columbia University, presents "High-speed Optical Imaging and Microscopy of Whole-brain Activity."

May

29

Introduction to the Brain Image Library

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM, Falk Library, Scaife Hall 2nd Floor

The Brain Image Library (BIL) is a national public resource enabling researchers to deposit, analyze, mine, share, and interact with large brain image datasets. More information here.

Jun

4-5

GEL: 2019 Network Meeting

Carnegie Mellon University

Games for Engaged Learning is an an interdisciplinary conference bringing together neuroscience, game design, and cognition. Submit an abstract here by May 15.

Jun

6-8

Language Emergence: Competition, Usage, and Analyses

Carnegie Mellon University

Language Emergence: Competition, Usage, and Analyses feature three days of workshops and symposia "Honoring the Impact of Brian MacWhinney on Language Research." Details here.

Jun

14

LRDC Annual Summer Picnic

Schenley Park, Vietnam Veterans' Pavilion

Join the fun at LRDC's annual summer picnic.

Jun

13-14

ACM's Collective Intelligence Conference 2019

Carnegie Mellon University

ACM's Collective Intelligence Conference 2019 Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA Speaker profiles and program available here: https://ci.acm.org/2019/#/speaker

Jul

18-20

CUESEF

Alumni Hall, Pitt

Center for Urban Education Summer Educator Forum (CUESEF)'s theme is "Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline: Re-imagining Policies, Practices, and Politics in Education Systems." Register here.