Peter O'Donnell Jr. Building (POB)

Formerly known as the Applied Computational Engineering and Sciences Building or ACES, the Peter O'Donnell Jr. Building is a world-class setting for interdisciplinary research and graduate study in computer sciences, electrical and computer engineering, and computational and applied mathematics.

201 24TH ST E, Austin, Texas 78712

Website

aces.utexas.edu

Upcoming Events

Staff Council Monthly Meeting

Please join us for this month's open Staff Council meeting. Our featured speaker is Adriana Alicea Rodriguez, Assistant Vice President and Title IX...

2/20 2pm
Panel: How to Work in Healthcare Without Being a Doctor

Come hear our panel of students and alumni discuss jobs in healthcare with only a bachelor's degree.

2/25 5:30pm
Film Screening: The Rabbi Goes West

From the Rabbi Goes West official website: "There's an evangelical strand of Hasidic Judaism—Chabad Lubavitch—spreading across the world. The Rabbi Goes...

3/1 7pm
Demystifying Taxes for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars

Preparing a tax return can be daunting for a trainee, especially when fellowships and scholarships are involved, and it’s difficult to find resources that...

3/4 6pm

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Rajendu Sulochana left a positive review 10/23/2018

very useful

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Rebecca R Sawyer left a positive review 10/23/2018

Very informative!

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Marisol Maritz Corbitt left a positive review 10/7/2018

Easy to follow. Good demonstration

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Emet E Lieberman left a positive review 2/1/2018

This was an amazing show, it's a shame more people didn't go. Dax is an extremely talented artist and UT is lucky to have him.

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Carla Cristina Silva-Muhammad left a positive review 4/11/2017

Extremely relevant discussion.

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Jonathan Z Gribetz left a positive review 1/22/2017

it was fantastic !!
The only disruptive part was audience members leaving in the middle of when the panel was speaking.
I found that very disruptive.
Other than that I really enjoyed the panel very much.

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Justin Frederick Rousseau left a positive review 8/3/2016

This was a very helpful introduction to the Design Institute for Health!

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Anirudh M Kasbekar left a positive review 2/20/2015

It was great to receive scientific information first hand from a mission scientist, and probably before most of the world did. I would definitely attend similar astronomical events in the future.

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Cheryl Tulkoff left a positive review 2/19/2015

Very helpful overview, presentation, and & A session.

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Daniel Kusner left a review 2/11/2015

she writes well