The ceremony will take place on Friday, December 2nd, at the main UWF campus in Pensacola. As many as nineteen members will take part in the ritual to be held within the commons at the Nautilus Chamber. Inductees should arrive prior to 6:00 pm to prepare to take part in the ritual. All attendees should RSVP with their guests to ensure adequate food and refreshments can be provided. Additional information to follow regarding the ritual.
As many of you may know, HKN has merged with IEEE to become IEEE-HKN. Specifically, HKN is officially the honor society of IEEE. With this merger, HKN members will have increased benefits. New members receive a one year complementary membership into the national IEEE organzation and membership into the local, professional IEEE organization. Website: http://ewh.ieee.org/r3/nwflorida/
In recent developments, we have decided to partner with the IEEE student group located at the REEF. We will still be a separate organization and administratively operate independently, but some members and officers will be part of both organizations. Our goal is to increase membership, start a Pensacola branch of IEEE, and provide each other with support and resources in order to have an impact on UWF students and the Northwest Florida community.
Location: SSE Building, Rm 348
Topic: Where is the Semantics in the Semantic Web?
Presenter: Dr. Patrick Hayes, IHMC
Abstract: The Web is tied together by Universal Resource Identifiers, often called ‘web addresses’. The standard story about Web architecture is that a URI “identifies” something which, when accessed, emits “representations”: think of a website sending out HTML in response to a http GET request. The Semantic Web, however, uses URIs as logical names which refer to things. These two ideas about what URIs mean have an uneasy relationship, and debates about how best to explain this relationship have been long, often confused, often heated, and are still happening. These debates involve issues and ideas from network theory, Web architecture, formal logic and even the philosophy of language, fields which have never before needed to be related. Right now, the main Web architecture authority , the W3C TAG (Technical Architecture Group), has this matter on the agenda for its forthcoming meeting.
This talk will survey this rather tangled area, outline the main issues and ideas and summarize the various debate positions. (If the TAG has emitted a ruling by the time the talk is given, we will do our best to explain it.) Finally, we will outline a new proposal for extending RDF, the base notation of the Semantic Web, to provide for Web contexts to disambiguate URI meanings.
Join us for a Brown Bag Picnic Lunch! The event will be held outside of building 4 on October 25, 2012 at 12:30. If you cannot join us for the picnic, make sure you stop by and say “Hello”!!! This will be a socializing and networking event.
From UWF FES:
Career service provides us help and tips on resumes, cover letters, graduate school, volunteering, internships, cooperative education, interviewing, and more! With the help of Career Services, students have an opportunity to distinguish themselves among hundreds of applicants when searching for a job. So, please join us for our next event at our career workshop on Wednesday, October 24-1pm, at commons Rm 272.
Food and Drinks will be provided!
UWF Commons RM 265
From the UWF Florida Engineering Society:
I am pleased to announce that Dr.Khabou, Associate Professor with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UWF is our Guest speaker for the upcoming event on October 18, 11am at University Commons Rm 265.
Dr. Khabou’s research is mainly in the areas of pattern recognition and digital image processing. His research interests include automatic target recognition, handwriting recognition, human face detection/recognition, artificial neural networks, mathematical morphology, regularization theory, entropy optimization, and fuzzy logic.
Food and Drinks will be provided at the meeting!
The 3rd Seligman First Amendment Celebration will feature ACLU staff attorney Benjamin Stevenson and Ed Fleming, attorney at McDonald Fleming & Moorhead in Pensacola. The speakers will be discussing the implications of protecting state secrets on the freedom of the speech in the wake of the Wikileaks phenomenon.
DATE: Thursday-March 31, 2011
TIME: 7:30 p.m.
DESSERT RECEPTION: immediately following (all attendees welcome)
ALL students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend.