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Database Colloquium Schedule: Fall 2008

The database colloquium is the weekly meeting of students and faculty interested in data management, data mining, or related topics at Cornell. The colloquium is typically a paper presentation of seminal or recent papers of general interest. While many of the speakers are from the Cornell community, the colloquium also invites outside speakers to talk about their research. The colloquium is held every Monday in from 12:15-1 pm in 5130 Upson Hall.

On those days in which the database colloquium does not have an outside speaker, the colloquium is replaced by a more informal database lunch. This is a short lunch lunch starting at noon followed by an informal paper discussion on a recent topic of interest.

Date

Topic

Speaker

Location

September 1 No colloquium: DB lunch instead.   5130 Upson
September 8 No colloquium: DB lunch instead.   5130 Upson
September 15 No colloquium: DB lunch instead.   5130 Upson
September 22 No colloquium: DB lunch instead.   5130 Upson
September 29 DB COLLOQUIUM:
DBLP 1.1: A Status Report
Michael Ley (Universität Trier) 5130 Upson
October 6 No colloquium: DB lunch instead.   5130 Upson
October 13 No Lunch - Fall Break
October 20 DB COLLOQUIUM:
TBA
Val Tannen, University of Pennsylvania 5130 Upson
October 27 No colloquium: DB lunch instead.   5130 Upson
November 3 No colloquium: DB lunch instead.   5130 Upson
November 10 No colloquium: DB lunch instead.   5130 Upson
November 17 DB COLLOQUIUM:
Creating Knowledge-rich Interactive 3D Worlds for Better Game AI
G. Michael Youngblood, University of North Carolina at Charlotte 5130 Upson
November 24 No colloquium: DB lunch instead.   5130 Upson
December 1 No colloquium: DB lunch instead.   5130 Upson

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