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The School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence prepares the next generation of innovators in computer science, computer systems engineering, data science, analytics and engineering; engineering management; industrial engineering; informatics; robotics and autonomous systems; and software engineering. Here you can solve some of the greatest challenges faced by an increasingly digital society, such as how to create reliable and secure information systems that are the backbone of modern industry and how to collect, manage and convert data into useful information. Find news and events from SCAI.

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Seminar: Holistic Modeling and Analysis of Manufacturing Systems with Applications in Additive Manufacturing and Occupational Safety, April 1

Attend the next IE Decision Systems Engineering Spring ’22 Seminar Series event hosted by School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence Associate Professor Rong Pan that explores applications in inkjet printing additive manufacturing and occupational safety. Holistic Modeling and Analysis of Manufacturing Systems with Applications in Additive Manufacturing and Occupational SafetyPresented by Hongyue Sun, University of Buffalo Friday,…

Seminar: Online Monitoring of Big Data Streams — Roadmap and Recent Advances, February 25

Attend the upcoming IE Decision Systems Engineering Spring 2022 Seminar Series event with Professor Kaibo Liu from the University of Wisconsin-Madison to learn more about research advances in online monitoring of big data streams. Online Monitoring of Big Data Streams – Roadmap and Recent AdvancesPresented by Kaibo Liu, University of Wisconsin-Madison Friday, February 25, 2022Noon–1…

Seminar: Facility Location with Competition or Decision-dependent Uncertainty: Models, Algorithms and Extensions, February 18

Attend the next IE Decision Systems Engineering Spring 2022 Seminar Series event with University of Michigan Associate Professor Siquan Shen, who discusses strategic planning for customer demand and facilities. Facility Location with Competition or Decision-dependent Uncertainty: Models, Algorithms and ExtensionsPresented by Siqian Shen, University of Michigan Friday, February 18, 2022Noon–1 p.m.Attend on Zoom Abstract Facility…

Seminar: Efficient and Safe Learning of Probably Approximately Complete Action Models, January 21

Join us for the first School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence Spring ’22 Seminar Series event hosted by Assistant Professor Siddharth Srivastava in which Washington University, St. Louis Associate Professor Brendan Juba discusses algorithms for learning action models. Efficient and Safe Learning of Probably Approximately Complete Action ModelsPresented by Brendan Juba, Washington University, St. Louis…

Learn about TERRa-Fresh: Technology-enabled, rapid-response fresh food supply chains, January 14

TERRa-Fresh is an integrated planning and coordination environment developed by Rene Villalobos, an associate professor of industrial engineering, and a team of researchers at ASU, New Mexico State University and industry that seeks to use the new technological realities of the supply chain of fresh agricultural products for the benefit of growers, consumers and the environment. The…

Join us virtually this Friday for the Senior Capstone Project Showcase

For the last two semesters, students majoring in computer science, biomedical engineering, industrial engineering, electrical engineering, computer systems engineering, engineering management and informatics have been working hard on industry- and faculty-sponsored projects to solve real-world problems. Join us online Friday, December 3, 2021, to see their projects in action, interact with the students and learn…

Dough-not forget to register for Spring 2022!

Grab a donut and get registered for the Spring 2022 semester with the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence advising team! Wednesday, November 17, 20219–11 a.m.Century Hall (CNTRY) lobby, Polytechnic campus [map]

Seminar: Trapped Ion Quantum Computing and Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm for MaxCut Problem, October 27

Attend the next ASU Quantum Information Processing Seminar Series event this fall hosted by School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence Professor Arunabha Sen and Professor Aviral Shrivastava. Trapped Ion Quantum Computing and Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm for MaxCut ProblemPresented by Ye Wang, Duke University Wednesday, October 27, 202110 a.m.Attend via Zoom with password 94025 Abstract Quantum information processing (QIP)…

Seminar: Rethinking Resilience, October 22

Attend the next IE Decision Systems Engineering Fall ’21 Seminar Series event on how to improve the resilience of operations systems in a talk hosted by Geunyeong Byeon. Rethinking ResiliencePresented by David Alderson, Naval Postgraduate School Friday, October 22, 2021NoonBrickyard Engineering (BYENG) 210, Tempe campus [map] Abstract Operations research has yielded remarkable progress in the…