Security Calendar & ACDIS Speaker Series

These events are approved for students who are taking NPRE/GLBL 483 Seminar on Security and GLBL 199S Independent Study, Security Events.

Students are required to prepare a multiple choice quiz with five to ten questions and answers that exhibit an understanding of the lecture. NPRE/GLBL 483 and GLBL 199S students submit the quiz to Illinois Compass. The Certificate students submit the quiz to the ACDIS Office Staff at .

Spring 2019 – Security-related Events

DateConcentration EventSpeakerLocation/Time
1/23/2019Cybersecurity Cyber Attack Resilient and Communication Aware Networked Control SystemsCoordinated Science Lab 3:00pm
1/24/2019Multiple Concentrations Health Inequity In China Hongliang Wang, Nanjing Audit University China 101 International Studies Building
Noon-1:00pm
1/24/2019Food Security New Books in African Studies Series: Farming and Famine by Donald Crummey Professor James Brennen, History UIUC 4:30 pm
Music Room at the Levis Faculty Center
2/4/2019Cybersecurity "Security for All: Modeling Structural Inequities to Design More Secure Systems"
Elissa Redmiles, PhD Candidate, University of Maryland 2405 Seibel Center
10:00 am
2/5/2019Biosecurity Tracking an Extremely Infectious Vector Borne Disease in the Indian Continent: The Case of Kyasanur Forest Disease
Sulagna Chakraborty (Graduate Student, Department of Kinesiology & Community Health UIUC)Noon
Lucy Ellis Lounge, FLB
2/7/2019Water Security Recent Advancements in Virus Detection and Monitoring
Webcast:
Krista Rule Wigginton
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Michigan
12:00-1:00
Register Here
2/7/2019Multiple Concentrations Cultural Heritage for the Future: Can UNESCO’s Convention to Safeguard the World’s Intangible Cultural Heritage Succeed?Dr. Frank Proschan, Intangible Cultural Heritage Program Implementation UNESCO4pm
Knight Auditorium, Spurlock Museum
2/8/2019Cybersecurity A Client-Centric Approach to Transactional Data-Processing SystemsNatacha Crooks, PhD Candidate, University of Texas at Austin10:00am
2402 Seibel Center
2/11/2019Multiple ConcentrationsAgents Provocateurs, the Dead, and Apocryphal Propaganda in 1968 Mexico
Jaime Pensado, History, University of Notre Dame3:00pm
101 International Studies Building
2/12/2019Water Security Groundwater and Geothermal Resources: From the Temperature in the Guarani Aquifer to the Geothermal Energy in Urbana
Yu-Feng Forrest Lin, Hydrogeology and Geophysics, University of Illinois2:00-3:30
101 International Studies Building
2/13/2019Multiple Concentrations #MeToo and Academia: Part 2Shao Dan
Departments of East Asian Languages & Cultures and Gender & Women's Studies, Illinois

Lesley Wexler, College of Law, Illinois

Sarah Colome Women's Resources Center, Illinois

Michelle Rodrigues Postdoctoral Fellow, Beckman Institute, Illinois
12:00-1:15
210 Levis Faculty Center
2/13/2019Multiple ConcentrationsBehind Enemy Lines
Marthe Cohn, Former WWII Spy6:00pm
Foellinger Great Hall
Krannert Center for the Performing Arts
2/14/2019Multiple ConcentrationsChina’s Future: The Logic of Political Reform after the CCP’s 19th National Congress
Liwei Zhan
Jilin University, China
12:00-1:00
101 International Studies Building
2/14/2019Biosecurity Adventures in Science and Science Policy: From Industry to the White House and BeyondDr. Mary Maxon, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory4:00 pm
116 Roger Adams Laboratory
600 S. Mathews
Urbana, IL 61801
2/18/2019Multiple ConcentrationsSeeing is Disbelieving: The Contested Visibility of 9/11 in FranceProfessor Jean-Phillppe R Mathy-UIUC Noon
109 English Building, 608 S Wright St, Urbana, IL 61801
2/19/2019Nuclear Security Nuclear Disarmament via Resonant Phenomena Areg Danagoulian, Norman C. Rasmussen Assistant Professor of Nuclear Science and Engineering, MIT 3:30-4:30
136 Loomis
2/21/2019Multiple Concentrations Iran: 40 Years of the Islamic Revolution That Never Was
Professor Asef Bayat-UIUC

Asef Bayat is a Professor of Sociology, and the Catherine and Bruce Bastian Professor of Global and Transnational Studies at the Department of Sociology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
5:00 pm
Room 1002 of Lincoln Hall; 702 S. Wright St
2/26/2019Multiple Concentrations Modern South India: A History from the 17th Century to Our Times
Rajmohan Gandhi, Research Professor of Education Policy, Organization Leadership, UIUCNoon
Lucy Ellis Lounge, FLB
2/27/2019Multiple ConcentrationsAfrican Women, ICT and Neoliberal Politics: The Challenge of Gendered Digital Divides to People-Centered Governance
Dean Assata Zerai Educational Equity, Sociology, UIUCNoon
101 International Studies Buildiong
3/5/2019Multiple Concentrations "Challenges to Democracy at Home and Abroad"
Francesco Biagi
University of Bologna

Jason Mazzone
University of Illinois

Jacqueline Ross
University of Illinois
Room D, Law Building
Noon
3/26/2019Energy Security Power Grid Outages in FEMA Region X: Causes, Impacts, and MitigationWebcast 3:00pm

Registration
3/28/3019Multiple ConcentrationsThe Korean Peninsula in Crisis? tba8:30am-5pm
Knight Auditorium, Spurlock Museum