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TowardsHUMAN -CENTERED AIthroughInteractive Data VisualizationMinsuk KahngAssistant Professor of Computer ScienceSchool of EECS, Oregon State Universityhttps://minsuk.com

HUMAN -CENTERED AIthrough Interactive Data VisualizationAI is difficult to understand for many people.?How can we make AI more interpretableand accessibleWe build interactivedata visualizationtools for peopleto more easily understand, build, and use AI systems.GAN LabCollaboration withInteractive Visual Learning ofDeep Learning Models in BrowserTry out!bit.ly/gan-lab110K visitors from 170 countries1.9K Likes800 Retweets

HUMAN -CENTERED AIthrough Interactive Data VisualizationYou should consider working with usif you answeryes”“ to any of these: Minsuk KahngSchool of EECS https://minsuk.comYou like to design user interfaces;You are interested in thinking about human-side of AI;You would like to create JavaScript programs; orYou want to help people who want to learn AI.

College of Engineering and HC Thesis MixerTeaching-Intro to Artificial Intelligence(CS 331)-Machine Learning for SpeciesDistribution Modeling (FW 599)-Use and Abuse of Data: CriticalThinking in Science andEveryday Life (BDS 211)ResearchMy research is at the intersection of machinelearning and ecology.I am part of the computational sustainabilitycommunity, trying to find ways that computerscience can contribute to promoting the healthof the Earth’s ecosystems and bringinginteresting new problems back to computerRebecca A. HutchinsonSchool of EECS / Dept. ofFisheries, Wildlife, &Conservation SciencesKelley 2071rah@oregonstate.eduThesis Topic Ideas/Opportunities-Methods for inferring species interaction networksfrom incomplete data-Methods to predict species distributions fromremotely sensed imagery

CustomersLink prediction ideasfrom recommender systemsProducts5

PollinatorsLink prediction ideasfrom recommender systemsPlants6

Citizen science: biodiversitysurveys at unprecedented scalesChecklist included indigo buntingChecklist did NOT include indigobuntingPasserina cyanea7

School of Psychological Science399 PsychologyResearch SkillsLearn about researchlabs & experiences inSPS3xx Survey Coursesinc. 340HStats/Methods399 PsychologyResearch SkillsJoin a lab, learn basicresearch skills401Research, Survey and400-level seminars4th YearIntro Psych298H,301H2nd Year1st Year201/202H3rd YearTypical Honors Pathway in Psychology401, 460HWIC399 PsychologyResearch Skills399 PsychologyResearch SkillsDefine thesis advisor& thesis, IRB approval,data collectionAnalyze data,write thesis,present at CUE

Research Opportunities in PsychologyDr. Kathy Becker-BleaseCoursesPsychology of TraumaClinical Research MethodsHuman DevelopmentTraumaScience of Teaching and How to Learn More/Get InvolvedPSY 499 Psychology of Trauma – tentatively scheduled winterEmail to learn more about remote trauma-relatedjournal club/lab meetingsObserve remote a lab meeting tomorrow Fri., May 22 at 11 amSCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE9

Research Opportunities in PsychologyCoursesAbnormal PsychologyPsychotherapyClinical Research Methods (WIC)Dr. David KerrDepression & suicide riskSubstance useAdolescents & young s.oregonstate.edu/users/david-kerrHow to Learn More/Get InvolvedRead journal abstracts by “DCR Kerr” on GoogleScholarEmail to learn more about remote lab meetingsSCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE10

School of Psychological ScienceNEED HELP FINDING LAB OR MENTOR?EMAIL ME ATKATHRYN.BLEASE@OREGONSTATE.EDU

Matthew ShumanTitle: Senior InstructorContact: shumanm@oregonstate.eduCourses:ECE 112Introduction to ECEECE 271/272Digital Logic DesignECE 341/342Junior Design

Project Based MS DegreeA new option for a Masters in Computer Science or Masters in Electrical Engineering is now available with a focus on design,systems, and projects. Graduates in this program focus efforts on creating real systems, developing leadership in team structures,learning the ins and outs of complex systems, and gaining industry exposure.Two-Year Program: Students in this program commonly spend their first year gaining technical skills and preparing to lead theirproject. In the second year, students take the lead in project development using their own technical knowledge. This includes workingcollaboratively with senior and junior design teams. Projects can be student-developed or can be continuations of existing larger scaleprojects in automotive, robotics, aeronautics, instrumentation, or other fields.

Primary ActivitiesFaculty Advisor:OSU Robotics ClubMars Rover ProjectCommunities of Practice: Embedded SystemsInternet of Things

Prof. Lizhong ChenSystem Technology and Architecture Research (STAR) LabSchool of Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceOregon State UniversityOffice: KEC 3113, .edu/ chenliz/index.html

Computer Systems27,000,000,000IBM SupercomputerGoogle Datacenter

Research at STAR Lab––––––AI/ML for optimizing computer architectureAccelerators for AI and machine learningEnergy efficiency of HPCs and data centersMany-core architecture for post-Moore eraGPU architecturesMobile and wearable devices (VR/AR, etc.) Open positions– Both CS and ECE students are welcome– Encourage you to continue grad study at OSU Continuity usually shortens length of study (esp. PhD) Strong tie between STAR Lab and industry (project/intern/job)

Interactive Visual Learning of Deep Learning Models in Browser. Collaboration with. HUMAN -CENTERED AI Interactive Data Visualization. 110K visitors from 170 countries. 1.9K Likes. 800 Retweets. We build interactive data visualization tools for people to more easily understand, build, and use AI systems. through. bit.ly/gan-lab. Try out!

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