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Assistant professor Joyojeet Pal's documentary on the cult of fans surrounding Indian actor Rajnikanth is presented as part of the UMSI Bicentennial Symposium.
The symposium celebrates the University of Michigan's Bicentennial with lectures, panels, lightning talks and student showcases.
The University of Michigan’s 13th annual symposium to raise awareness and educate the community on cyber security.
This gathering for gateway creators and enthusiasts features hands-on tutorials, demos, keynotes, presentations, panels, posters, and plenty of opportunities to connect with colleagues.
Kate Starbird, Assistant Professor, University of Washington, will discuss her paper "Muddied Waters."
The Social Media Research Lab presents Dr. Aaron Halfaker discussing "Engineering at the Intersection of Productive Efficiency, Ideology, and Ethical AI in Wikipedia."
Nyeema Harris, Assistant Professor, University of Michigan, will discuss her paper "Michigan Zoomin."
Malte Jung, Assistant Professor, Cornell University, will discuss his paper "Robots and the Dynamics of Emotions in Teams."
David Cesarini, an associate professor in economics at New York University, will discuss "What Is the Long-Run Causal Relationship Between Wealth and Psychological Well-being."
Robin Brewer, Asssistant Professor, University of Michigan, will discuss her paper "Understanding and Designing for Late-Life Online Engagement."