Cornell University Computer Science Department
Fall 2003 Lecture Series

Regular time and location:  Thursdays at 4:15PM in B17 Upson unless otherwise indicated.

SEMINARS

Date Speaker Title Host
9/4/2003

Dennis Shasha
New York University

Activist Data Mining Gehrke
Tues. 4:30
9/9/2003
155 Olin

Peter Karp
SRI International

Bioinformatics Pathway Databases and Algorithms Van Loan
9/18/2003

No colloquium

9/25/2003

Ben Shneiderman
University of Maryland

The Eyes Have It: User Interfaces for Information Visualization
Joint CS & Information Science Seminar
Sengers
10/2/2003

Barbara Liskov
MIT

Large Scale Byzantine-Fault-Tolerant Storage in a Dynamic Environment Van Loan
7:00pm
10/2/2003
Statler
Hotel Amphitheatre

Barbara Liskov
MIT

Magnificent Pathways
First lecture in the Distinguished Career Lectures series
Van Loan
10/9/2003

Guy Lohman
IBM Almaden Research Center

Advanced & Autonomic Query Optimization at Almaden Research Center Shanmugasundaram
10/16/2003

 No colloquium: President Lehman Inauguration, Barton Hall, 3:00pm

10/23/2003

Hank Levy
University of Washington

Content Delivery and File Sharing in the Modern Internet Sirer
10/30/2003

Madhu Sudan
MIT

List Decoding and Complexity Theory Kleinberg
11/6/2003

José Martínez
Cornell University

Speculative Resource Management in Dynamic Superscalar Processors  
11/11/2003
203 Thurston

Amin Vahdat
Duke University

SHARP: An Architecture for Secure Resource Peering Sirer
11/13/2003

Paul Hudak
Yale University

An Algebraic Theory of Polymorphic Temporal Media
CANCELLED
Morrisett
4:30pm
11/20/2003
101 Phillips

David Patterson
UC Berkeley

Future Directions for Computer Engineering
(Special ECE Colloquium)
 
12/4/2003

Michael Mitzenmacher
Harvard University

Digital Fountains and Their Application to Informed Content Delivery over Adaptive Overlay Networks Tardos

Colloquia from previous semesters:

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