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Cal State San Bernardino will present the Inaugural Faculty Research Seminar on Friday, Feb. 22, at Jack H. Brown Hall, room 102, from 12:30-4:30 p.m. The seminar will host four of CSUSB’s professors who will share knowledge on research they have engaged in. The seminar seeks to enlighten students through the presentation of research that experts in the field have been a part of outside the college sphere. The guest speakers will also be speaking on topics such as “Visualization in the Collatz Conjecture” and “Cybersecurity in Intersection Management.” This is a free and open-to-all seminar hosted by the Women in Engineering Club (WIE), Society of Women in Cyber Security (WICS) and cosponsored by the Associated Students Incorporated (ASI). Guest speakers for this event are CSUSB professors Yunfei Hou, Ernesto Gomez, George Georgiou and Shaoyi He. Hou, Gomez and Georgiou are from the university’s School of Computer Science and Engineering, and He is a lecturer in Information and Decision Sciences. The speakers will cover a variety of topics mostly woven around a main topic idea with different time segments. Refreshments will also be available. For online reservation, visit the Inaugural Faculty Research Seminar webpage. For more information, contact Danielle Nodine, WIE’s events coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.