CSEMS Seminar -Class Activities
Thursday April 20
Student Research Day - We will present our robots and other CSEMS projects.

Friday April 14
Robot Show with Dr. Parks AI course - and Pizza

Friday April 7
Dr. John Boyd - Tour of the ASU Library

Friday March 31
Dr. Chris Badurek and Jeff Colby - Department of Geography and Planning, Appalachian
Title: Geographic Information Science and Systems: Computer Science Perspectives

What is ArcGIS?
http://www.esri.com/software/arcgis/about/overview.html

Ubiquitous Spatial Computing
http://www.spatial.maine.edu/~max/UBISC.mov

Algorithmic Challenges in GIS
http://www.spatial.maine.edu/~max/spatialSemantics.mov

Spatial Reasoning
http://www.spatial.maine.edu/~max/Geoide/TR-1.mov

Friday March 24
Dr. Kenneth Jacker - Department of Computer Science, Appalachian
Title: "Discrete-time Signal Processing"

Friday March 17
Spring Break

Friday March 10
High-school articles are due for each group. Make it look nice.

Friday March 3
Draft of the High-school articles are due for each group. Make it look nice.

Friday Feb 24


Friday Feb 17
High-school information for at least two team members is due.
T-Shirt Design due, we hope to have the T-Shirts ready before you go for Spring Break.

Solve this problem Two nice problems.

Friday Feb 10
Dr. Alice McRae - Department of Computer Science, Appalachian
Title: Mastermind

Friday Feb 3
Dr. Shea Tuberty - Department of Biology, Appalachian
Title: Better Living Through Chemistry - and other scary bedtime stories!

Friday Jan 27
Second Logic Discussion - Math group
Robots weekly presentations
Group meeting times, we things.

Friday Jan 20
First Logic Discussion - Math group
Discussion of robots in medicine

Friday Jan 13
Syllabus - Introduction
Mentoring groups.
Online Forms
Requesting an e-mail for possible activities
Reminding T-Shirt design

Assignment for next class:
Choose one of the two topics listed below. Read articles, discuss them as a group, and be ready to discuss it as a group during the class time.
Topic (1):
Where in medicine robots are used most often? Read articles, discuss them as a group, and be ready to discuss it as a group during the class time.

Topic (2):
What kind of mathematics are involved in robots that are used in real world? For example those that are used in medicine. How extensive the math is?