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NSU Speaker’s Forum Hosted by Dr. Larry A. Calderon, May 21

 


Leo Irakliotis, M.S., Ph.D., dean of NSU’s Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences.


Leo Irakliotis, M.S., Ph.D., dean of NSU’s Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences will be the featured speaker at the NSU Speaker’s Forum on May 21. He will talk about historical figures and events that led to the discovery and evolution of information technology.

Irakliotis was appointed dean of the Graduate School of Computer and Information Sciences in 2010.  Prior to joining NSU, he was the founding director of the Professional Programs in Computer Science at the University of Chicago. Irakliotis earned a Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from Colorado State University and an M.S. in theoretical physics from Miami University. His early research was focused on the study of ferromagnetic dynamic systems and later on massively parallel computer architectures.

The weekly NSU Speaker’s Forum is sponsored by Larry Calderon, Ed.D., NSU’s vice president for community and governmental affairs. Taking place each Friday in the Boardroom of the Horvitz Administration Building from 9 a.m. – 10:30 a.m., these forums allow speakers from the university to speak on a vast array of topics, including their latest programs, research, campus activities and more. The forum includes breakfast as well as a question and answer session at the conclusion of the speaker’s presentation.