Colloquium and Seminar Speakers
John McLean, Center for High Assurance Computer Systems, Naval Research Laboratory. Software engineering for secure computer systems.
Steven Bellovin, AT&T Labs Research. Probable plaintext cryptanalysis of the IP security protocols.
Tom Coleman, Director, Center for Applied Mathematics, Cornell. How to differentiate by colo(u)ring graphs.
Thomas G. Dietterich, Computer Science, Oregon State Univ. Ensemble methods in machine learning.
Prabhakar Raghavan, IBM Almaden Research Center. Mining information networks: The CLEVER project at IBM Almaden.
Jon G. Riecke, Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies. The secure lambda calculus: Programming with integrity and secrecy.
Leslie Lamport, Digital Systems Research Center. Should your specification language be typed?
Thomas Reps, Computer Science, Wisconsin.
Program analysis via graph reachability.
Joan Feigenbaum, AT&T Labs. Compliance checking in the PolicyMaker Trust Management System.
Alejandro Schaffer, National Human Genome Research Inst. (NIH). Genetic linkage analysis.
Mike Reiter, AT&T Labs Research. Crowds: Anonymity for web transactions.
Chris Small, Harvard. Characterization of dynamically extensible systems.
Rick Schantz, BBN. Quality Objects: The next big advance in distributed computing middle-ware.
David Clark, Computer Science, MIT. Controlling the internet.
Shree K. Nayar, Computer Science, Columbia. Omnidirectional vision.
Scott Shenker, Xerox PARC. Game theory and computer networks.
Wim Sweldens, Bell Lab, Lucent Technologies. Second generation wavelets: Theory and applications.
Margo Seltzer, Engineering and Applied Science, Harvard. Issues and challenges in extensible operating systems.
Craig Nevill-Manning, Biochemistry, Stanford. Inferring sequence motifs that predict protein function.
Andrew Myers, Computer Science, MIT. Protecting privacy with mostly static analysis.
Dan Wallach, Computer Science, Princeton. A new approach to mobile code security.
Sudarshan S. Chawathe, Computer Science, Stanford. Managing change in autonomous databases.
Hari Balakrishnan, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, UC Berkeley. Three challenges to reliable data transport over heterogeneous wireless networks.
George Necula, Computer Science, CMU. Compiling with proofs.
Mehran Sahami, Computer Science, Stanford. Us
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Brian Noble, Computer Science, CMU. Mobile data access.
Randolph Wang, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, UC Berkeley. Surviving the I/O blind spots.
Dawson R. Engler, Computer Science, MIT. Exokernels (or how to make the OS just another application library).
Philip Korn, University of Maryland. Indexing and mining multimedia databases.
Anthony Tomasic, INRIA Rocquencourt & Dyade. Parachute queries.
Christoph Bregler, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, UC Berkeley. Models of human motion: Tracking, learning, and animating people.