Snacks and Science July 2023 - Exploring Artificial Intelligence Research at McGill

On Monday July 24th, the first edition of Snacks and Science took place in the McConnell Engineering building. In was a bite-size version of Soup and Science, which takes place twice a year during the academic term.

Students and community members heard from outstanding McGill professors talk about artificial intelligence research, followed by active discussions. 


Monday July 24
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM, McConnell Engineering Room 12

Prof. Paul Kry
School of Computer Science

Machine learning and computer graphics: new applications in computer animation

Prof. Audrey Sedal
Department of Mechanical Engineering

Soft robotics and embodied intelligence

Prof. Kaleem Siddiqi
School of Computer Science

Cracking the nanoscopic structural code of the brain: Artificial intelligence and computer vision approaches for brain health


Format of Event

Each speaker will present their research program within 10 minutes. Following the presentations, students will have the opportunity to answer a skill-testing question about each presentation. The student with the correct answer will receive a prize.

Who Should Attend?

This event is designed for current students as well as prospective students, faculty, staff, and the general public who are interested in discussions about science.

Registration is required for this event. Please register by clicking here

Previous Editions

Visit the pages below for information on previous editions of Soup and Science.

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