Fri, Jan 27, 2023

12 PM – 1:15 PM PST (GMT-8)

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Join us for this month's Lunch & Learn, where you'll have the chance to socialize with other grad students and hear talks by students in Computer Science & Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology. In-person attendance is limited to 30 people. We will offer a waiting list once this limit is reached. For those who are unable to join in person or who would prefer to attend virtually, we will also offer a livestream available through Zoom webinar.

When signing up, you will be asked to select whether you would like to attend in-person or virtually. Location information and Zoom link will be provided once you RSVP.

"Binary Code Comparison: Validation of Self-Healing Ship Systems"
Laboni Sarker, Computer Science

Self healing ship systems are those which can take autonomic control without any human intervention during any disastrous situation like sudden natural calamities or enemy attack on the navy ship. In these scenarios, the powerful resources like big computing computers or laptops may get damaged and the self healing ships then need to transfer their crucial applications to available small and less powerful resources like mobiles or tablets at that time which requires doing some optimization on the applications before transferring. And binary is the executable form of any application running on any machine. My research is to check the validity of those optimized binaries of the applications by comparing with the original binaries to ensure the crucial functionality of the applications to be the same.

"Adverse Childhood Experiences Screening and Strength-Based Prevention: Understanding Caregiver Perceptions"
Meghan Evans, Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology
Given the relationship between Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and a wide variety of negative physical, mental, and social outcomes, there has been a growing movement to routinely screen children and parents for ACEs at pediatric well-child visits. Increased screening necessitates an increase in effective early intervention and prevention programs. My research aims to understand caregivers' thoughts and feelings about 1) completing ACEs screeners for themselves and their children, and 2) participating in a strength-based prevention program designed to reduce stress and increase caregiver self-efficacy through psychoeducation and mindfulness.

Note: Each talk will be recorded for personal use by the presenter, but no participant information or Q&A will be captured.

The GSRC is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities. For information or to request disability accommodation, please email Baron Haber at
Food Provided (Pizza, salad, and soda will be provided for in-person attendees. Please note any dietary restrictions on the RSVP form and we will accommodate as best we can.)

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Co-hosted with: Library, Graduate Student Association

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