The society and technology seminar (CSE 590 T, formerly CSE 590 SO) is a weekly seminar that brings together students and scholars from a variety of fields to discuss the impacts of computing (and other technologies) on the larger world.
The course is organized by soctech@cs and listed under the UW Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering, but undergraduate and graduate students in all departments are encouraged to sign up. Enrollment is open; see the pages for individual quarter offerings for details.
Current and past quarters
- Soctech seminar, Spring 2007: RFID Case study: ORCA cards
- Soctech seminar, Fall 2006: RFID Technology
- Soctech seminar, Spring 2006: Social Ramifications of Search Technologies
- Soctech seminar, Spring 2005: Electronic books and media
- Soctech seminar, Winter 2005: Software security, law, and public policy
to sign up for the course mailing list. Contact the current soctech coordinator if you have any difficulty signing up.