We hold a special lectures series called I/Os multiple times a semester. A UPE I/O is a forum to introduce students to interesting & useful technologies that they would otherwise not come into contact with, in a way that will aid them in growing personally, academically, and professionally. The typical format is to recruit a speaker who is knowledgeable about the technology at hand, and have them give an overview of what it is, what problems it solves, and how to use it.
Want to learn about Apache Spark in distributed systems and cloud computing? Come to our I/O! Slides from the presentation are here!
Are you interested in Artificial Intelligence or Machine Learning? Do you want to learn more?
Come to our talk on Deep Learning on September 21, 2016 at 6:30 in Amos Eaton 214.
Slides from the talk can be found here!
Are you interested in Artificial Intelligence or Machine Learning? Do you want to learn more? Come to our talk on Deep Learning on December 9, 2015 at 6:30pm, location TBD.
UPE partners with RPISec for a interactive introduction to Web Exploitation.
Go (also Golang) is a new open source language. Initially developed by Google but now a separate software project, it is intended to be a major systems language superior to C++. It features garbage collection, type safety with some dynamic typing, and a large emphasis on concurrency.
Talk hosted by UPE's Elsa Gonsiorowski about what to expect, how to apply, and other topics surrounding her decision to pursue graduate studies.
Learn the basics of Ruby development!
Learn the basics of Android application development!