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Friday Meeting Series

The Levin Center invites scholars and students to present their research to guests and graduate students on each Friday of the week.

Our Friday speaker series is from 12:00 - 1:00pm, in Engineering Center A Wing, 375.

9/14/2018Maria MartinezGraduate Student
Baltazar Espinoza CortesPostdoctoral Researcher
9/21/2018Victor Moreno Postdoctoral Researcher
Soodeh AziziPostdoctoral Researcher
9/28/2018Cesar Montalvo Graduate Student
Mugdha ThakurGraduate Student
10/5/2018Dustin Padilla Graduate Student
Michael LinGraduate Student
10/12/2018Caleb Ignace Graduate Student
Juan RenovaGraduate Student
10/19/2018Jun Chen Graduate Student
Carlos CruzGraduate Student
10/26/2018Bechir Amdouni Graduate Student
Josean VelasquezGraduate Student
11/2/2018Nancy CookeGuest-- Nancy Cooke is a professor and the graduate program chair in human systems engineering at the Polytechnic School, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. She is also the science director of the Cognitive Engineering Research Institute in Mesa, AZ. Professor Cooke is currently president of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society and the recent past chair of the Board on Human Systems Integration at the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine. Professor Cooke’s research interests include the study of individual and team cognition and its application to the development of cognitive and knowledge engineering methodologies, sensor operator threat detection cyber and intelligence analysis, remotely-piloted aircraft systems, human-robot interaction, healthcare systems, and emergency response systems.
11/9/2018Fan YuGraduate Student
11/9/2018Jordan BatesGraduate Student
11/16/2018Victor MorenoPostdoctoral Researcher
11/16/2018Juan MelendezGraduate Student
11/30/2018Haitao XuGuest-- Haitao Xu is an assistant professor in the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences. His research focuses on the intersection of cybersecurity, user privacy, and data analytics, and aims to secure Internet-scale systems from cyber attacks and protect user privacy and security due to emerging technologies, from a data-driven perspective. His work on underground cybercrime investigation has been covered by multiple media outlets, including the Wall Street Journal and Forbes.