Computer Science Colloquium

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Thursdays at 4:15pm in G01 Gates Hall - Mentor's Lecture Hall (Unless otherwise indicated)
Reception at 3:45 in front of 416 Gates Hall - New Visions

Tuesday 09.09.14 (4:30-6:00pm in Biotech Building G10)

The Myth of Common Sense: Why Everything That Seems Obvious Isn't

Speaker: Duncan Watts, Microsoft Research 

A.D. White Professor-at-Large Public Lecture

Wednesday 09.10.14 (4:15-5:30pm in Statler Hall 396)

Long-run Learning in Games of Cooperation

Speaker: Duncan Watts, Microsoft Research

Host: IS/CS/ECON/SOC Co-sponsored lecture

Thursday 09.11.14

Learning with Marginalized Corruption
Speaker: Kilian Weinberger, Washington University
Host: Thorsten Joachims

Thursday 09.18.14 

App-Centric Data Transport for the Internet

Salton Speaker: Hari Balakrishnan, MIT

Thursday 09.25.14

No Colloquium - Rosh Hashanah

Thursday 10.02.14

No Colloquium - CS 50th Anniversary Symposium/Gates Hall Building Dedication

Thursday 10.09.14

Doing Math in Public

Speaker: Steven Strogatz, Cornell

Thursday 10.23.14

Probabilistic Programming in Tabular

Salton Speaker: Andy Gordon, Microsoft Research

Thursday 10.30.14

Practical Oblivious Computation

Speaker: Elaine Shi, University of Maryland, College Park

Thursday 11.27.14

No Colloquium - Thanksgiving

Thursday 12.04.14

Fast distributed transactions via offline analysis

Speaker: Jinyang Li, NYU

Thursday 01.22.15

Topic/Title TBD

Speaker: Omer Reingold

Host: Host Name

Thursday 01.29.15

Topic/Title TBD

Speaker: Shwetak Patel, University of Washington

 

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