Cornell University Computer Science Department
Spring 2004 Lecture Series

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

Date Speaker Title Host
1/29/04 Golan Yona
Cornell University
BIOZON  
2/5/04 Paul Hudak
Yale University
An Algebraic Theory of Polymorphic Temporal Media Myers
2/12/04 John Manferdelli
Microsoft
Claims Based Security Based on Hardware Rooted Trust Relationships over the Internet Schneider
2/26/04 Nir Friedman
Hebrew University
Probabilistic Models for Identifying Regulation Networks Halpern
3/4/04 Alan Ganek
IBM
IBM Initiatives in Autonomic Computing Birman
3/11/04 Andrew Myers
Cornell University
Making Distributed Systems Secure by Construction  
3/18/04 Martin Wainwright
UC Berkeley
Message-Passing Algorithms in Graphical Models and Their Applications to Large-Scale Stochastic Systems Keich
3/25/04
SPRING BREAK
Tuesday
3/30/04
Benjamin Liblit
UC Berkeley
Cooperative Bug Isolation Myers
4/1/04 Dave Andersen
MIT
Improving the End-to-End Availability of Internet-Based Systems Francis
4/8/04 Pedro Felzenszwalb
Cornell University
Representation and Detection of Shapes in Images Huttenlocher
Tuesday
4/13/04
Gerhard Weikum
Max Planck Institute
Intelligent and Efficient Search on Semistructured Data
CANCELLED
Riedewald
4/15/04 Darko Marinov
MIT
Automatic Testing of Software with Structurally Complex Inputs Rugina
Monday
4/19/04
4:30pm
Call Auditorium
Rob Cook,
VP of Research & Development,
Pixar
Digital Arts & Graphics Week
A Behind-the-Scenes Tour of Modeling
 
Tuesday
4/20/04
Tony Hoare
Microsoft
Towards a Verifying Compiler Gries
Tuesday
4/20/04
Statler Auditorium
Ed Catmull,
President,
Pixar
Digital Arts & Graphics Week
Crisis in Production
 
Wednesday
4/21/04
Call Auditorium
Marc Levoy
Stanford University
Digital Arts & Graphics Week
The Digital Michelangelo Project
 
4/22/04
1:30pm
B11 Kimball
Marc Levoy
Stanford University
Synthetic Aperture Photography and Illumination Using Arrays of Cameras and Projectors Marschner
4/22/04
4:15pm
Call Auditorium
George Joblove, Sony Picture Imageworks /
Douglas Kay,
Mondo Media
Digital Arts & Graphics Week
Digital Imagery in Entertainment
 

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