Our new Podcast is called "Unconventional Computing."
Unconventional Computing is supported and produced by Rice University’s Computer Science Department. Our mission is to produce scholars and professionals who create and disseminate unconventional wisdom in computer science. The podcast is hosted by Ph.D. student Cannon Lewis.
Episode 1 is an interview with Dan Wallach, professor of Computer Science and of Electrical and Computer Engineering, about voting systems security.
Episode 2 is an interview with Dinler Antunes, postdoctoral research associate.
Episode 3 is an interview with Nathan Dautenhahn, Assistant Professor of Computer Science about nested kernel architecture.
Episode 4 is an interview with Jeff Dudek, Rice Ph.D. student advised by Moshe Vardi. Jeff tells us about Constrained Counting.
Episode 5 is an interview with Justin Mower, a Ph.D. Research Associate working with Devika Subramanian. Justin tells us about machine learning in bioinformatics research.
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