ISA Seminar Spring 2017  資訊應用書報討論

National Tsing Hua University

Seminar in Information Systems and Applications

 Spring 2017

Time: Wednesday 15:30-17:00

Location: 107 Delta Building

Instructors: Hao-Chuan Wang 王浩全 (haochuan at cs.nthu.edu.tw)
Min Sun 孫民 (sunmin@ee.nthu.edu.tw)

Assistant: Ko-Ren Chang  (alliekrchang at gmail.com)




Schedule:
 Date     Speaker TitleNote 
 Feb 15Prof. Hao-Chuan and Prof. Min Overview
 Feb 22Prof. Pei-Hsuan Tsai, National Cheng Kung UniversityApplications of Cyber Physical SystemHost: Prof. Hao-Chuan
 Mar 1Prof. Shou-De Lin, National Taiwan UniversityFrom Machine Learning to Machine Discovering
Host: Prof. Min Sun
 Mar 8Prof. Hsueh-Cheng 'Nick' Wang, National Chiao Tung University Toward Autonomous Navigation for IndividualsHost: Prof. Min Sun
 Mar 15Prof. Kwan-Wen Chen, National Chiao Tung UniversityAn Introduction to Internet-of-Vehicles and Vision-Based PositioningHost: Prof. Hao-Chuan
 Mar 22 Dr. Chua-Ju Wang, Academia SinicaFrom Quantitative Analytics to Data Science in Finance

Host: Prof. Min Sun
 Mar 29Prof. Yun-Nung (Vivian) Chen, National Taiwan University Deep Learning for Dialogue ModelingHost: Prof. Hao-Chuan

 Apr 5 
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  No class; Spring break
 Apr 12 Prof. Weijane Lin, National Taiwan University  Human in HCI Host: Prof. Hao-Chuan
 Apr 19 Dr. Frank Wang, Academia Sinica Deep Transfer Learning for Visual Data Analysis Host: Prof. Min Sun
 Apr 26 Dr. Ping-Lin Chang, Umbo CV Applied Deep Learning for Autonomous Video Security - A Startup Perspective Host: Prof. Min Sun (& Hao-Chuan)
 May 3 Prof. Liwei Chan, National Chiao Tung University  Host: Prof. Min Sun
 May 10 ISA student-organized workshop student-organized workshop 
 May 17Prof. Chun-Feng Liao, National Chengchi University  Host: TBD
 May 24 Prof. Tony Hu, Drexel University Big Microbiome Data Analysis Host: Prof. Che-Rung Lee
 May 31Dr. Ryan ChaingBuilding Data Lake and Analytic ServicesHost: Hung-Min Sun 
 





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Following information applies only to graduate students taking ISA seminar as part of the course requirement:

Grading:
Participation 80%
Individual term papers 20%
(TWO reports on talks of your choice. Each report should have more than 500 words yet less than 1000 words in English)

Student project groups:

See the announcement on NTHU-iLMS.