The CDM research colloquium consists of weekly talks by a variety of speakers including faculty, students, and guests from the academic and business communities. The lectures feature new creative and scholarly works that encompass the disciplines and areas of interest of the School of Computing. Student evaluation is based on written reflections for each of the presentations. The educational objectives are to expose students to creative and scholarly research at DePaul and elsewhere, and to engage students in the thought process of identifying and solving challenging research problems.
Research talks are held on Friday 1:00 to 2:00 pm in CDM 708 and are open to the public. Refreshments are generously sponsored by DePaul’s Office of Research Services.