Research & Innovation Events

June 26 - July 25, 2019

Wednesday, June 26

Commercialization Academy: Networking Breakfast for Women Innovators

Are you an innovative, creative, or entrepreneurial woman motivated to make a difference? Are you curious about entrepreneurship on campus? Come get to know...

Thursday, June 27

12-Week Summer Publication Bootcamp

Worried about the summer productivity slump? Planning on publishing one of your conference papers, but finding yourself running around in circles? Need a...

Silicon Flatirons Center: Government Innovation Pitch Night

See how governments can collaborate and innovate! Join us for the presentation of workable solutions to pressing problems faced by state and local...

Friday, June 28

Mostly Molecular Biology

Featuring Cody Warren and Jingjing Wang. Every Friday, our postdocs present the latest on their research.

Monday, July 1

How to Maintain Accountability

The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs is partnering with the Graduate School’s Dr. Leslie Blood, who is offering sessions this summer on how to keep yourself...

Thursday, July 4

12-Week Summer Publication Bootcamp

Worried about the summer productivity slump? Planning on publishing one of your conference papers, but finding yourself running around in circles? Need a...

Monday, July 8

ATLAS Summer School: Game Design  

Offered as part of the NEW! ATLAS Summer School, sign up for "Game Design" a one-week workshop class from July 8-12, with ATLAS senior instructor and...

ATLAS Summer School: Interactive Performance Systems for Media

Students will develop media performance software that responds to human input. Students will learn to make the computer respond, not just to the keyboard and...

ATLAS Summer School: Wild & Wearable

Offered as part of the NEW! ATLAS Summer School, sign up for "Wild & Wearable Studio" a one-week workshop class with Dr. Andrew Quitmeyer from July 8-12. ...

How to Maintain Accountability

The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs is partnering with the Graduate School’s Dr. Leslie Blood, who is offering sessions this summer on how to keep yourself...

Tuesday, July 9

Radical Design ATLS 4519/5519

Course Description Nature is an endless reservoir of shapes and processes that can inspire and teach us, making it a rich environment in which to make,...

Thursday, July 11

Venture Partners at CU Boulder: Lab Venture Challenge Info Session

Through the Lab Venture Challenge (formerly known as the Advanced Industries Accelerator “AIA” grant program), Venture Partners at CU Boulder looks to fund...

12-Week Summer Publication Bootcamp

Worried about the summer productivity slump? Planning on publishing one of your conference papers, but finding yourself running around in circles? Need a...

Webinar: The Art of Saying No

The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs invites postdocs to tune in to a webinar from the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD). All CU...

Friday, July 12

Mostly Molecular Biology

Featuring Meredith Loth (Donaldson Lab) and Atma Ivancevic (Chuong Lab). Every Friday, our graduate students present the latest on their research.

New Postdoc Orientation

The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs (OPA) invites all new postdocs to an informational and social event. This orientation will help familiarize postdocs new...

Monday, July 15

ATLAS Summer School: Tiny Machines

Offered during week #2 of ATLAS Summer School, "Tiny Machines" is a one-week workshop class from July 15-19 with creative technologists and CU PhD alumnae,...

ATLAS Summer School: VR for Everyone

Offered during week #2 of ATLAS Summer School, "VR for Everyone" is a one-week workshop class from July 15-19 with AR/VR professional David Lobser. This...

Fundamentals of HPC

Course Title: Fundamentals of HPC Date: July 15, 2019 Location: Norlin E206 Registration: https://colorado.libcal.com/event/5520317 (Limited to 20...

How to Maintain Accountability

The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs is partnering with the Graduate School’s Dr. Leslie Blood, who is offering sessions this summer on how to keep yourself...

Thursday, July 18

12-Week Summer Publication Bootcamp

Worried about the summer productivity slump? Planning on publishing one of your conference papers, but finding yourself running around in circles? Need a...

Friday, July 19

Mostly Molecular Biology

Featuring Yuanyuan Xie and Toni Nagy. Every Friday, our graduate students present the latest on their research.

Monday, July 22

Personal Biochips

Taught by Mirela Alistar, assistant professor at the ATLAS Institute, this summer school program, offered July 22-26, will engage 20 PhD students* in...

ATLAS Summer School: Electronic Language

Offered during the final week #3 of ATLAS' exciting new Summer School, "Electronic Language as Raw Material" is a one-week workshop class from July 22-26...

ATLAS Summer School: Extrasensory Perceptive Devices

What exists outside of our five senses? Our senses allow us to perceive the world, and also play a role in learning. But, as our use of electronics grows, so...

ATLAS Summer School: Socially Assistive Robots

Offered July 22-26 during the final week #3 of ATLAS' exciting new Summer School, "Socially Assistive Robots" is led by creative technologist and roboticist,...

How to Maintain Accountability

The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs is partnering with the Graduate School’s Dr. Leslie Blood, who is offering sessions this summer on how to keep yourself...

Thursday, July 25

12-Week Summer Publication Bootcamp

Worried about the summer productivity slump? Planning on publishing one of your conference papers, but finding yourself running around in circles? Need a...

June 26 - July 25, 2019