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Adapted Toy Library & Resources

Adapted Toy Library & Resources

4 weeks ago
The Taskar Center of Accessible Technology, the HuskyADAPT student organization, and PROVAIL Therapy Center have teamed up to create a lending library of adapted toys and switches. With support from the 2018 Ford College Community Challenge, the project aims to expand the power of play to children of all abilities in the Pacific Northwest while […]

Susan Eggers’ acceptance speech at ISCA 2018

2 months ago
#UWAllen School professor emerita Susan Eggers was honored at the 45th International Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA 2018) with the 2018 Eckert-Mauchly Award in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the field of computer architecture. The award, which is sponsored by the Association for Computing Machinery and the IEEE Computer Society, is the computer architecture […]

2018 Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering Graduation Celebration

2 months ago
The 2018 graduation celebration of the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering will be livestreamed – 6:00 p.m. on Friday June 8, beginning with an address to the graduates by Microsoft Research’s Executive Vice President, Artificial Intelligence and Research Group, Harry Shum. Other highlights include presentation of the 2018 Alumni Impact Awards […]

UW Allen School Colloquium: Emily Chang (Bloomberg)

3 months ago
Brotopia: Breaking Up the Boys’ Club of Silicon Valley Abstract: Emily Chang will discuss her recent bestselling book “Brotopia,” which draws on her deep network of Silicon Valley insiders to explore the “boy’s club” culture of Silicon Valley and how to fix it. Bio: Emily Chang is the San Francisco-based anchor and executive producer of […]

UW Allen School Colloquium: Radhika Mittal (UC Berkeley)

3 months ago
Towards a More Stable Network Infrastructure Abstract: There have been many recent proposals to change the network infrastructure in order to meet different performance objectives. These changes are often difficult to deploy, either requiring specialized network switching hardware or greatly complicating network management. Rather than continuing to add new features to the network in an […]

UW Allen School Colloquium: Tim Althoff (Stanford University)

3 months ago
Data Science for Human Well-being Abstract: The popularity of wearable and mobile devices, including smartphones and smartwatches, has generated an explosion of detailed behavioral data. These massive digital traces provides us with an unparalleled opportunity to realize new types of scientific approaches that provide novel insights about our lives, health, and happiness. However, gaining valuable […]

UW Allen School Colloquium: Amit Levy (Stanford University)

3 months ago
Closing the Loop on Secure System Design Abstract: Despite decades of research building secure operating systems, many deployed systems must still choose between flexible application APIs and security. As a result, the vast majority of programmers are unable to improve these systems. This is not merely a result of poor system building. It is hard […]

UW Allen School Colloquium: David Knowles (Stanford University)

3 months ago
Abstract Splicing, the cellular process by which “junk” intronic regions are removed from precursor messenger RNA, is tightly regulated in healthy human development but frequently dysregulated in disease. Massively parallel sequencing of RNA (RNA-seq) has become a ubiquitous technology in biology to assay the resulting “transcriptome”: the collection of messenger RNA molecules expressed from the […]

UW Allen School Colloquium: Volodymyr Kuleshov (Stanford University)

3 months ago
Accelerating Scientific Discovery in Biomedicine using Artificial Intelligence Abstract: One of the long-standing promises of artificial intelligence (AI) has been to accelerate discovery in modern fields of science, particularly in biology. This talk will explore steps towards achieving this vision for AI, focusing on genomics and its applications in personalized medicine. In the first part […]

UW Allen School Colloquium: Matthew O’Toole (Stanford University)

3 months ago
Probing Light Transport for 3D Shape Abstract: There is a rising demand for high-performance 3D sensors in response to the rapid development of autonomous cars, 3D printers, and virtual/augmented reality systems. These sensors often make use of controllable light sources to send light signals into an environment, and cameras to measure the signal reflected back […]