Events

Illinois Tech’s academic and administrative departments host events that are open to the university community and/or the Chicago community at large. University faculty and staff who would like to submit an event for promotion should complete an events post form. For a list of upcoming student events, hosted by student groups, please visit HawkLink.

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Sep
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https://meet.google.com/vmp-adrd-qfx

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Speaker: Huaxiong Huang, professor of applied mathematics, York University and Beijing Normal University Description: Friction stir welding is a preferred method for joining pieces of metal in the...

Sep
24

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SPEAK is a free, weekly conversation group where you can chat with international and domestic students, staff, and faculty. No homework, no grading, no stress—just sharing our opinions, ideas, and...

Sep
29

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meet.google.com/nww-fakd-fno.

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Speaker: Kinjal Basu, staff applied researcher LinkedIn Description: Key problems arising in web applications (with millions of users and thousands of items) can be formulated as Linear Programs (LP)...

Sep
29

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Virtual—Online

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Research databases are different from Google—they provide many more options for power searching. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to get the most out of research databases, including controlled...

Sep
29

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Virtual—Online

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Research databases are different from Google—they provide many more options for power searching. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to get the most out of research databases, including controlled...

Oct
1

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Virtual—Online

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This workshop will explore how to use the GrantForward database as well as various research databases to identify funders and funding opportunities. Thursday, October 1 from 3–4 p.m. Thursday, October...

Oct
12

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Hermann Hall 3241 South Federal Street, Chicago, IL 60616

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The 13th annual IPTComm will bring together researchers from academia, industry, and government to advance real-time IP communications. The conference addresses current topics such as programmable...