Research Days is an annual event on campus. It is an opportunity for members of the GSU community to showcase their research, whether done through direct supervision of a faculty member, or through collaboration with faculty and peers. It is our main event to recognize these collaborative research efforts. We will be running on-demand sessions for research papers and posters on Thursday, March 30th, and live panels and poster presentations on Friday, March 31st.
On Friday March 31st, to kick off our in person sessions we will host Dr. Chenhao Tan, assistant professor of computer science and data science at the University of Chicago, also affiliated with the Harris School of Public Policy as keynote speaker. Dr. Tan obtained his PhD degree in the Department of Computer Science at Cornell University and bachelor's degrees in computer science and in economics from Tsinghua University. Prior to joining the University of Chicago, he was an assistant professor at the University of Colorado Boulder and a postdoc at the University of Washington.
Dr. Tan's research interests include human-centered AI, natural language processing, and computational social science. His work has been covered by many news media outlets, such as the New York Times and the Washington Post. He also won a Sloan research fellowship, an NSF CAREER award, an NSF CRII award, a Google research scholar award, research awards from Amazon, IBM, JP Morgan, and Salesforce, a Facebook fellowship, and a Yahoo! Key Scientific Challenges award.
Browse the contents of Research Days 2023:
- Research Days 2023 Poster Sessions
- Collections of research posters showcased at GSU Research Days 2023
- Research Days 2023 - On Demand Presentations
- Collection of research presented on demand at GSU Research Days 2023
- Research Days 2023 - Live Presentations
- Collection of research presented live at GSU Research Days 2023