LCSR Seminar: Allison Okamura “Wearable Haptic Devices for Ubiquitous Communication”

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Allison Okamura: “Wearable Haptic Devices for Ubiquitous Communication”
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LCSR Seminar: Student

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LCSR Seminar: Joshua Mangelson

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LCSR Seminar: Brent Gillespie

 
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LCSR Seminar: Yasir Kurt “Resumes”

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LCSR Seminar: Dana Yoerger “Recent Results and Future Challenges for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles in Ocean Exploration”

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Recent Results and Future Challenges for Autonomous Underwater Vehicles in Ocean Exploration
Dr. Dana R. Yoerger
Senior Scientist
Dept of Applied Ocean Physics and Engineering
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
 

2023 JHU Robotics Industry Day

2023 Tentative Industry Day Agenda/Program

Friday 3/24
Location: Glass Pavilion – Levering Hall

9:00 AM
Registration Open and Breakfast

9:30 AM
Welcome WSE: Larry Nagahara, Associate Dean for Research

9:35 AM
Introduction to LCSR: Russell H. Taylor, Director

9:55 AM
LCSR Education: Louis Whitcomb, Deputy Director

10:05 AM
Student Research Talk –

10:15 AM
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10:25 AM
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10:35 AM
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IAA & Berman Seminar Series – Kadija Ferryman, “Race Matters in Health Data”

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Abstract: In this talk, Dr. Ferryman will describe how processes of racialization become material, or evident in health data. She will draw on the two meanings of the word matter, as substance and importance, to argue that because race is made material in health data, that it demands attention. The talk concludes with thoughts and provocations on how we can contend with race matters in health data.

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