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IT Pro Forum: Serverless in the Cloud : A Cost Perspective Session

Presented by: Ken Taylor, University of Illinois Urbana-ChampaignThis talk will examine the cost of serverless technologies in the cloud based on the lessons learned from the COVID data…

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November 16th 2020: Dr. Jennifer Cyr

Dr. Jennifer Cyr (University of Arizona) presents Vitual Qualitative Data Collection: Some Ideas for a (Post-)Covid World

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Meeting Teaching Needs in a Pandemic - Fall 2020 IT Pro Forum

Craig Jackson, Technology Solutions (ISU); Jeff Grabb, College of Business (ISU); Carla Birckelbaw, Technology Solutions (ISU); Chandra Smith, College of Applied Science & Technology(Slide deck…

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Illinois ECE Transforms Building for Face Shield Production During Shutdown

URBANA, Ill. -- While campus was empty and eerily quiet during the mandatory COVID-19 shelter-in-place, the buzz of machines echoed in the chambers of the Machine Shop inside the Department of…

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4C - Illinois Mobile App COVID-19 Features Preview - Isaac Galvan, Spring 2020 IT Pro Forum

Presenter: Isaac Galvan, Technology ServicesTechnology Service and the Rokwire team have been working together on adding new features to the Illinois app that will help our community stay safe during…

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Model Cancer Systems and How Clinical Trials will be impacted

CCIL Research Program Leader, Brendan Harley, is studying glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer. Harley's lab, working collaboratively across campus, is developing platforms that are…

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The Power of Detecting Tiny Things: New Approaches in Detecting Cancer and COVID-19

CCIL Research Program Leader, Brian Cunningham, is developing ways to detect molecules and viruses from bodily fluids, a single drop of blood contains a wealth of information, some of which include…

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What does COVID have to do with cancer?

The recent pandemic has not slowed down cancer - every day, 1,500 people will die from this disease and 5,000 individuals will be diagnosed. COVID has impacted access to detection, it has delayed…

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