Events Calendar

Research Events

June 19 - July 18, 2019

Wednesday, June 19

Ways of Knowing and Radiation Exposure - International Research Workshop

In what ways have individuals and communities “known” about radiation exposure? The ways of assessing, investigating, and ultimately understanding human and...

MS Final Exam – Matthew Meyn

Music Language Modeling using Temporal Convolutional Network Architecture for Automatic Music Transcription Automatic music transcription (AMT) is the task,...

APHA Live Webinar Series

Join the College of Public Health & Human Sciences (CPHHS) for a monthly broadcast of sessions from the American Public Health Association's Annual Meeting –...

Thursday, June 20

PhD Final Exam – Rasha Obeidat

Learning with Limited Labeled Data in Natural Language Processing The advent of deep learning models leads to a substantial improvement in a wide range of...

MS Final Exam – Samuel Lichlyter

A Google Timeline and Air Quality Analysis App Air pollution levels today are incredibly high, updated statistics from the World Health Organization (WHO)...

Friday, June 21

Investigating One-way Stream-Aquifer Connectivity on Streamflow Predictions during Hydrologic Extremes in the National Water Model

Elizabeth Jachens, MS Defense: Water Resources Engineering Major Professor: John Selker

PhD Final Exam – J. Walker Orr

Towards Narrative Understanding with Deep Neural Networks and Hidden Markov Models Narratives are central to communication and the human experience. For a...

Monday, June 24

HMSC special presentation- Who is JAWS really?

SPEAKER: Taylor Chapple, Research Scientist, Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University TOPIC: Who is JAWS really? Investigating the spatial ecology,...

Sunday, July 7

11th International Workshop on Grapevine Trunk Diseases

July 7 - 12, 2019 - Penticton, British Columbia, Canada The International Council on Grapevine Trunk Diseases (ICGTD) is proud to host the International...

Thursday, July 11

Laboratory Biosafety and Bloodborne Pathogens Training

Laboratory Biosafety and Bloodborne Pathogen Training is required annually for personnel work with blood, body fluids, unfixed tissues or cell lines of human...

Wednesday, July 17

APHA Live Webinar Series

Join the College of Public Health & Human Sciences (CPHHS) for a monthly broadcast of sessions from the American Public Health Association's Annual Meeting –...

Blueberry Field Day

Bernadine Strik hosts the annual Blueberry Field Day at the North Willamette Research and Extension Center.

June 19 - July 18, 2019