Faculty Research Topics

Date and time: 
Thursday, October 10, 2019 - 15:30
Location: 
220 Deschutes
Author(s):
Hank Childs, Thien Huu Nguyen
University of Oregon
Abstract: 

This week, we host an introduction to faculty research topics. We encourage all faculty members and MS/PhD students to attend and hope these presentations will help students meet faculty members and get exposed to the full range of the research portfolio in our department. We feature the following presentations this week:

Research Overview for CDUX: Computing and Data Understanding at eXtreme Scale Hank Childs

The CDUX research group tackles a variety of problems in the areas of visualization, analysis, and high-performance computing. In this talk, I will describe some background that motivates our work and research directions that we are pursuing to solve them.

Natural Language Understanding via Deep Learning Thien Huu Nguyen

The Natural Language Processing (NLP) group develops intelligent systems that can understand human languages. This talk will briefly present the research directions that we are currently exploring, featuring deep learning models for information extraction, event extraction, and relation extraction.

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