Materials expert presents seminar
Jim Keller, University of Missouri Curators' Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and Computer Science at University of Missouri-Columbia, will present the last in the series of engineering seminars for this academic year. Keller will present "Spatial Reasoning: From Sketch-to-Text Towards Text-to-Sketch" on Friday, May 1, at 3:10 in 101 Roberts Hall. More...
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