ISTeC Distinguished Lectures – Lecture series of senior speakers, recommended by faculty and students, to give presentations suitable for broad audiences on hot IS&T topics. Contact H. J. Siegel.
Research Retreats – Interdisciplinary meetings for faculty and students to explore common interests, based on general topic areas they suggest (e.g., people-animals-robots lab, bioinformatics). Contact Dawn Paschal.
Research Workshops – Internal workshops, each with an external guest speaker, on focused topic areas faculty propose, for the purpose of growing CSU IS&T research groups. Contact Dawn Paschal.
“Coffee with CSU” IS&T Seminar Series – Opportunities for faculty to give research seminars at Colorado IS&T companies to establish interactions, such as consulting, grants, and company supported staff pursuing graduate degrees. Contact Christos Papadopoulos.
Research Communities – Analysis of how CSU faculty currently work together on IS&T grants and contracts, and the use of such studies to help build future interdisciplinary IS&T research teams. Contact James Folkestad, and Stephen Hayne.
High Performance Computing (HPC) Study – Group to support the coordination and use of HPC resources across campus, and to explore HPC collaborative activities and funding opportunities.ISTeC.ColoState.edu/HPC;H.J. Siegel; HJ@ColoState.edu
Teaming of IS&T and “Application” Graduate Students – Promote courses GRAD 510/511 for IS&T and “application” graduate students to work synergistically on research problems that use advanced computing technologies. Contact Wim Bohm.
“ISTeC PhD Scholars” Program is to help recruit top IS&T PhD students, in any department, with the benefits of a small monetary award, and involvement with the ISTeC Research Advisory Committee, Distinguished Lecture speakers, and Industrial Advisory Council. Contact Rick Slayden.