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Faculty Mini-Talks

Join our us for Computer Science Faculty Mini-Talks to learn about the many on-going research projects conducted by our faculty and their research groups. You have the opportunity to hear from individual faculty through pre-recorded "mini talks" (to be watched beforehand), followed by a Q&A panel and discussion on Friday, October 22, 2021 from 1PM-2PM CT via MSFT Teams.


All computer science students are invited to learn about the latest research developments, but especially:

  • New PhD students are expected to attend
  • PhD students without a research advisor
  • MS students deciding between MS thesis and MS non-thesis
  • New MS students who have not yet selected a MS advisor
  • Undergraduate students with an interest in (or want to learn more about) computer science research

Q&A Session

Friday, October 22, 2021
via MSFT Teams (link will be sent to those who register)

Student have the opportunity to ask faculty questions about research, university, or life in general.

Students should watch the videos beforehand in preparation for the Q&A session.

RSVP Required


Click the individual video links below or view the full playlist.

Faculty Mini Talk Video Research Lab/Group Site
Guoning Chen Video 1 Data Visualization & Modeling
Albert Cheng Video 2 Real-Time Systems
Zhigang Deng Video 3 Computer Graphics & Interactive Media
Christoph Eick Video 4 Data Analysis & Intelligent Systems
Edgar Gabriel Video 5 Parallel Software Technologies
Zhu Han Video 16 Wireless Networking, Signal Processing and Security Lab
Stephen Huang Video 6 Cybersecurity
Lennart Johnsson Video 7 High Performance Computing
Ernst Leiss Video 8
Carlos Ordonez Video 9 Data Science Systems
Gopal Pandurangan Video 10 Algorithms & Distributed Computing
Shishir Shah Video 11 Quantitative Imaging Lab
Jaspal Subhlok Video 12 Educational Technologies
Rakesh Verma Video 13 Reasoning and Data Analytics for Security
Ricardo Vilalta Video 14 Pattern Analysis
Panruo Wu Video 15 Website


Dr. Edgar Gabriel at egabriel@central.uh.edu