Technologist, Dr. Rajeev Shorey from the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi presented to CRISP faculty on federated learning at the edge. He also shared opportunities for participation at two conferences based in India, COMSNETS and AIMLSystems, which he leads.
This is the set of 5 finalists for the IEEE Computer Society Global Student Challenge 2021 (GSC-21), selected from among 250 student teams who registered. The teams solved 2 data science problems based on real-world datasets. This has the presentations from the finalists along with the voting link for the audience choice award.
CRISP is launching a student research competition separately for undergraduate and graduate students, who are working with faculty affiliated with CRISP. The first round will start Aug 23 and submissions will be due Sep 13 and then the finalists will present to a judging panel. There will be multiple prizes for each category.
A set of CRISP faculty members will present research briefs to NVIDIA Distinguished Engineer, Dr. Nirmal Saxena. The presentations relate to different forms of resilience as they relate to autonomous systems.
3 vision talks on different aspects of resilience by Profs. Shreyas Sen, Jing Gao, and Ashraf Alam, followed by a panel discussion. The vision talks cover three diverse areas with a focus on resilient systems --- body area networks, data mining for veracity, and reliable sensing systems from unreliable sensors.
This Wed (Nov 4) we will hear from Dr. Tom Jacobs, Director of the Systems Technology Lab at Adobe Research in San Jose.
We will also hear from some members of his team.
They will present some of their current projects in self-healing systems and applied ML and ask for expertise at Purdue relevant to their open problems. They are looking for funding projects in this space and also for providing Adobe Research awards.