CISE Faculty Candidate Seminar: Dr. Amanda Holloman


12:00 pm-1:00 pm
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Malachowsky Hall 5210
1889 Museum Road
Gainesville, Florida 32611


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Biography: Amanda Holloman holds a Doctorate in Computer Science from The University of Alabama, specializing in olfactory-based computing (OBC) systems and interactions. She earned her B.S. in Computer Science and Business from Albany State University in 2017. Her primary research focuses on the development of effective olfactory displays designed to assess users’ olfactory perceptions and moods. Dr. Holloman is the founder of The BankHead Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to uplifting and enriching communities in the West Side of Atlanta, Georgia. In addition to her academic pursuits, she has authored two teen science-fiction novellas about cyber security under pseudonyms. She also harbors a passion for travel during her downtime.

Title of the Talk: Navigating the Java Jungle: A Guide to Binary Search Trees

Abstract: Join me on an exhilarating exploration of binary search trees in the Java Jungle. In this talk, I will dive into the intricacies of this essential data structure, unraveling its principles and applications. From mastering the basics to delving into advanced concepts, attendees will embark on a journey of discovery, learning how to implement and utilize binary search trees effectively in Java. Together, we’ll navigate through insertion, deletion, and balancing techniques that will equip the audience with the tools to tackle complex problems confidently. Whether you’re a seasoned Java developer seeking to deepen your expertise or a newcomer eager to learn, this talk offers invaluable insights and practical knowledge to elevate your skills.


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Department of CISE; Faculty Host: Dr. Cheryl Resch