Seidenberg Student-Faculty Research Day provides students and faculty
with the opportunity to present their research.
This year's conference is dedicated to the work of Nathaniel Rochester and J. Presper Eckert on the Centenary of their birth.
J. Presper Eckert
Nathaniel Rochester, a computer pioneer, designed the IBM
701, wrote the first assembler, and participated in the founding of
artificial intelligence by simulating neural networks and by helping
arrange the 1956 Dartmouth Conference, widely considered to be the
"birth of artificial intelligence."
J. Presper Eckert, also a computer pioneer,
designed the first general-purpose electronic digital computer
(ENIAC) and then designed the first commercial computer
(UNIVAC) which incorporated his invention of the mercury
delay line memory.
Conference Chair: Dr. Charles Tappert, Professor Computer Science
- 8:45-9:00 Arrival/Light Breakfast, Multi-Purpose Room, Kessel Student Center, Pleasantville
- 9:00-9:05 Welcome by Dr. Jonathan Hill, Dean, Seidenberg School of CSIS
- 9:05-9:30 Nathaniel Rochester and Presper Eckert, Dr. Charles Tappert
- 9:30-10:45 Paper Session 1
- 10:45-11:00 Short Break
- 11:00-12:30 Paper Session 2
- 12:30-1:30 Lunch
- 1:30-3:00 Paper Session 3
- 3:00-3:15 Short Break
- 3:15-4:45 Paper Session 4
- 4:45 Closing Remarks, Dr. Charles Tappert, Professor Computer Science
Program Chair: Andreea Cotoranu, Clinical Professor, IT
Arrangements Chair: Jill Olimpieri, Event and Program Manager, send questions to Jill Olimpieri
Conference Website: http://csis.pace.edu/~ctappert/srd/