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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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Marrying Stochastic Gradient Descent with Bandits: Learning Algorithms for Inventory Systems with Fixed Costs, October 1

Attend the next IE Decision Systems Engineering Fall ’21 Seminar Series with Cong Shi from the University of Michigan and hosted by Assistant Professor Geunyeong Byeon. A Q&A will follow the talk about learning algorithms. Marrying Stochastic Gradient Descent with Bandits: Learning Algorithms for Inventory Systems with Fixed CostsPresented by Cong Shi, Industrial and Operations Engineering,…

Seminar: Quantum Computing at D-Wave with Dr. Victoria Goliber, September 27

Quantum Information Processing Seminar Series event this fall! D-Wave’s mission is to unlock the power of quantum computing for the world. Learn about D-Wave’s quantum computers and suite of software tools from ASU alumna Victoria Goliber. Quantum Computing at D-WavePresented by Victoria Goliber, senior technical analyst, D-Wave Systems Monday, September 27, 202110 a.m.Attend on Zoom…

Seminar: Autonomous Systems for Material Discoveries and Advanced Manufacturing, September 24

Attend the next IE Decision Systems Engineering Fall ’21 Seminar Series event about discovering and manufacturing new processes with autonomous systems, hosted by Assistant Professor Ashif Iquebal. Autonomous Systems for Material Discoveries and Advanced ManufacturingPresented by Yu Ding, Texas A&M University Friday, September 24, 2021noonAttend on Zoom Abstract Discovering and manufacturing new materials is a laborious…

OPF Hardness: Theory and Practice by Steven Low, September 17

Attend the next IE Decision Systems Engineering Fall ’21 Seminar Series event with Steven Low from the California Institute of Technology, hosted by Geunyeong Byeon in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence. OPF Hardness: Theory and PracticePresented by Steven Low, Department of Electrical Engineering, California Institute of Technology Friday, September 17,  2021noon (AZ time)Attend…

Fulton Schools — Evolving to increase impact and better meet society’s needs

This fall, the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering is introducing the School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks — an innovative new school focused on the engineering innovations and technology developments critical to industry 4.0, autonomous systems and processes, and systems engineering. Based on the Polytechnic campus, the new school is primed to address the next-generation challenges…