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3/25 - Intelligence Community Virtual Career Fair

March 25, 2020

Meet the Intelligence Community online! The United States Intelligence Community (IC), an integrated network of agencies that work together to protect our nation’s security, is seeking a culturally diverse, technologically savvy and skilled workforce for exciting careers in a number of fields. Join us at the IC Virtual Career Fair...

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PancakesCon 2020: Quarantine Edition

March 22, 2020

PancakesCon is an impromptu, virtual hacker con occurring Sunday, March 22nd, from 10AM-7PM. The objective is to allow people to learn some new skills while they are trapped in quarantine at home or in isolation. It should inspire them to learn more about their own about new topics in the...

March 4th Seminar - Katie Genadek

3/4 - Katie Genadek and Myron Gutmann on Security and Privacy Surrounding U.S. Census Bureau Data

March 4, 2020

The 2020 decennial census will occur this April, in which the Census Bureau collects information on every member of the population for the 24th time in our country's history. In this talk, Katie and Myron will discuss the history of security and privacy issues around the decennial census. They will...

February 26th seminar by Steve Voran

2/26 - Steve Voran on Predicting Your Opinion of What You Hear From Your Phone

Feb. 26, 2020

Steve Voran will be presenting a TCP Seminar on February 26th. We have all encountered a wide range of phone call experiences, from clear, to muffled, to choppy, to “I have no idea what you just said.” We will investigate some of the factors that contribute to these different experiences...

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2/24 - Zayo Tech Talk

Feb. 24, 2020

On Monday, February 24th, Zayo will be visiting CU's campus for a Tech Talk! The CTO, Aaron Werley and the Manager of Ethernet Engineering, Michelle D'Sa will be representing the company. They will be discussing network engineering positions at Zayo. Pizza will be provided. Event Details Date: Monday, February 24th...

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2/22-2/23 - HackCU VI

Feb. 22, 2020

Like to write programs? Dig into interesting datasets? Design creative works? Or maybe you’ve never written a line of code? We will provide the space and the resources for you to express your creativity, ingenuity, and determination to create anything you want to. Whether you’re building your first website, dabbling...

2/19 TCP Seminar by Ehab Al-Shaer

Ehab Al-Shaer on Automated Knowledge Extraction and Effective Mitigation of Cyber Threats

Feb. 19, 2020

Ehab Al-Shaer will be presenting a Hatfield Distinguished Lecture as part of the TCP Seminar Series on February 19th. Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) reports are widely used for early-notification and mitigation of emerging future cyber threats. However, the current practice of manually analyzing these reports makes threat mitigation is slow,...

2/12 TCP Seminar by Scott Fox

2/12 - Scott Fox on Wireless and Our Journey to 5G

Feb. 12, 2020

Scott Fox will be presenting a TCP Seminar about wireless and it's affects on the future of 5G on February 12th. Wireless has permeated every aspect and sector of our society and has become an indispensable tool. Wireless helps inform and connect every one of us in different ways every...

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STEM Industries Career & Internship Fair

Feb. 6, 2020

The STEM Industry Career & Internship Fair is ideal for students who are seeking internships or full-time positions. Employers will be recruiting for science, computer science, robotics, math, statistics, technology and all engineering fields. CU Boulder students and alumni from all majors, degree levels and backgrounds are welcome to attend...

2/5 Stephen Becker Seminar

Stephen Becker on Compressed Sensing and Matrix Completion

Feb. 5, 2020

Stephen Becker will be presenting a TCP Seminar on February 5th. The seminar will give a brief introduction to compressed sensing, which is a theory developed in 2004 that shows how, in an appropriate setting, to be able to take many fewer measurements of a signal than the classical limit...

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