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Wednesday October 18th – Afternoon Session

12:00 pmLunch*Lunch Buffett will be available*
12:30 pmWelcome and Opening RemarksDr. Jenni Evans
12:45 pmFrom Quantum Picturalism to Interpretable Quantum AIDr. Bob Coecke, Quantinuum
1:45 pmThe Past, Present and Future of Quantum ComputingCoordinated by Dr. Mahmut Kandemir
Moderated by: Dr. Sarah Shandera
2:45 pmBreak*light refreshments will be available*
3:00 pmPenn State's AI HubDr. David Hunter
4:00 pmAfternoon Session Concludes

Wednesday October 18th – Evening Session

5:30 pmEvening Reception BeginsLight Hors d'oeuvres will be served, and a cash bar will be available
6:00 pmPoster Session
8:00 pmEvents Conclude

Thursday October 19th

9:00 amWelcome and Opening RemarksDr. Andrew Read, Dr. Jenni Evans
9:30 amMaking Health AI Useful and UsableDr. Samantha Kleinberg, Associate Professor, Charles V. Schaefer, Jr. School of Engineering and Science, Department of Computer Science, Stevens Institute of Technology
10:30 amBreak*Light refreshments will be available*
10:45 amNavigating the Promises and Pitfalls of Generative AICoordinated by Dr. Vasant Honavar
11:45 amLunch*Lunch Buffett will be available*
1:15 pmRemarksProvost Justin Schwartz
1:30 pmKnowledge-Guided Machine Learning: A New Framework for Accelerating Scientific
Discovery and Addressing Global Environmental Challenges
Dr. Vipin Kumar, Regents Professor and William Norris Endowed Chair, Department of Computer Science and Engineering Director, CSE Data Science Initiative, University of Minnesota
2:30 pmBreak*Light refreshments will be available*
2:35 pmLightning Talks from Posters
2:45 pmImmersive Technologies as a Catalysis for Advancing Research and IndustryCoordinated by Dr. Jessica Menold
3:45 pmDiscovery to Impact: Storytelling SessionCoordinated by Dr. Patrick Dudas
4:45 pmClosing Remarks
5:00 pmEvent Concludes

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