SSP Forum Schedule

The Symbolic Systems Forum at Stanford

(The Public Sessions of Symsys 280, Symbolic Systems Research Seminar, 1 unit)

2018-2019
  12:30-1:20 pm on Selected Mondays, in 460-126 (Margaret Jacks Hall)
(unless otherwise noted)
Everyone is welcome

Autumn Quarter Forums:

Oct. 1  Summer Interns, Symbolic Systems Program, The 2018 Summer Projects Poster Fair [Note location: Philosophy Courtyard (between Building 370 and Building 380)]

Oct. 15  Christina Wodtke, Computer Science Department, "Working with Story: Using Storytelling to Create Empathy and Communicate Value"

Oct. 29  Jennifer Burns, History Department, "Milton Friedman and the Long Bipartisan History of Universal Basic Income"

Nov. 12  Paul Kiparsky, Linguistics Department, "Traversing the Fitness Landscape"

Dec. 3  Zavain Dar ('10), Lux Capital, "Machine Learning and Empiricism from the Lens of Silicon Valley"

Winter Quarter Forums:

Jan. 14  Mykel Kochenderfer, Computer Science & Aero/Astro Departments, Title TBA

Feb. 4  Cynthia Lee, Computer Science Department, Title TBA

Feb. 25  Russ Altman, Bioengineering Department, Title TBA

Mar. 11  Dan Yamins, Psychology Department, Title TBA

Spring Quarter Forums:

Apr. 8  Mark Algee-Hewitt, English Department, Title TBA

Apr. 22  Jennifer Pan, Communication Department, Title TBA

May 6  Karin ForssellEducation School, Title TBA

More Forums TBA

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