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STEAM Salon

STEAM Salon

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An informal series of faculty and student speakers in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) who engage and inspire our university community with their current research.

Hosted at Engineering & Physical Sciences Library

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Upcoming Events

Michael Driggers: "Printing Bernini: How Theatre Uses 3D Technology"

Date: November 16th, 2017 at 2:00pm

Michael Driggers, Assistant Technical Director at The Clarice, will describe how a scenic design project is a prime example of how technology and artistry can work together to recreate Bernini's "Daphne and Apollo."

Mark Fuge: "Designing with Data"

Date: Feburary 28th, 2018 at 2:00pm

Mark Fuge, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering and HCIL faculty member, will describe how machine learning is morphing human, product, and system design.

Past Events

Grant McKenzie: "Open geo-data from social fitness tracking apps"

This presentation is available on the UMD Libraries' Twitter.

Jon Froehlich: "Making with a Social Purpose: Transforming STEM Learning Through Wearables"

This presentation is available on the UMD Libraries' Twitter.

Jen Golbeck: "Foretold Futures from Digital Footprints: Artificial Intelligence, Behavior Prediction, and Privacy"

This presentation is available on the UMD Libraries' Twitter.

Leah Findlater: "Augmenting Abilities Through Wearable Technologies"

The presentation is available on the UMD Libraries' YouTube channel.

Dan Russell: "The Future of Asking (and Answering) Questions: How Technology Changes the Way We Think"

The presentation is available on the UMD Libraries' YouTube channel.