The next SERC Talk will be presented by Dr. Kevin Sullivan from University of Virginia on Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 1 PM EST. He will be exploring “What Are Cyber-Social Learning Systems And How Will We Form Them?” We hope you can join us in continuing this discussion series on cyber-physical learning systems.
TOPIC: “What Are Cyber-Social Learning Systems And How Will We Form Them?”
SPEAKER: Dr. Kevin Sullivan, University of Virginia
Questions and comments are welcome utilizing the Q&A and chat tools, respectively. For those unable to connect to the WebEx tool, please feel free to email your questions, comments ahead of time to Ms. Mimi Marcus for incorporation into the discussion.
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Upcoming 2017 SERC Talks:
- August 2, 2017: “How Do We Prepare the People Who Will Need to Manage the Real-time Responses to Cyber Attacks on Physical Systems?”
- Presentation by: Dr. Barry Horowitz, Munster Professor of Systems and Information Engineering and Chair, University of Virginia
- October 4, 2017: “What are the Top Ten Software Security Flaws?“
- Presentation by: Dr. Gary McGraw, Vice President Security Technology, Synopsys
For any technical content questions or if you would like to present a SERC Talk, please contact SERC Talks Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Barry Boehm. For any questions or issues regarding the upcoming SERC Talk, please contact Ms. Mimi Marcus for assistance. The SERC Talk sessions will be recorded and available for viewing on the SERC Youtube Channel and the SERC Talks page following the event. More information on future SERC Talks can be found here.
Please mark your calendars and plan to join us!