Computer Science Colloquium Series, Fall 2005

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

Date Speaker Title Host
9/8/05 Lillian Lee
Cornell University
Sense and Sensibility: Automatically Analyzing Subject and Sentiment in Human-Authored Texts  
9/15/05 Daphne Koller
Stanford University
Probabilistic Models for Complex Domains: Cells, Bodies, and Webpages Halpern
9/15/05
7:00pm
G01 Biotech
Daphne Koller
Stanford University
Distinguished Career Lecture Series
From Distributed Systems to Systems Biology (and other things)
Halpern
9/22/05 Shafi Goldwasser
MIT
Salton Lecture Series
On the Impossibility of Obfuscation with Auxiliary Input
Tardos
9/29/05 Thomas Reps
University of Wisconsin-Madison
WYSINWYX: What You See is Not What You Execute Kozen
10/6/05 Larry Peterson
Princeton
PlanetLab: Evolution vs. Intelligent Design in Planetary-Scale Infrastructure Sirer
10/13/05
No Colloquium - Yom Kippur
10/20/05 Joan Feigenbaum
Yale University
Incentive-Compatible Interdomain Routing Gehrke
10/27/05 Susan Dumais
Microsoft
Salton Lecture Series
Personal Information Management: Helping Finders Become Keepers
Joachims
11/3/05 Dan Boneh
Stanford University
 
New Tools in Cryptography Schneider
11/10/05 Uri Feige
Weizmann Institute and Microsoft
Finding Small Balanced Separators in Graphs Tardos
Tuesday
11/15/05
G10 Biotech
Radhika Nagpal
Harvard University
Engineering and Understanding Robust Collective Behavior
Co-sponsored by Cognitive Studies
Elber
11/17/05 Serafim Batzoglou
Stanford University
Aligning Protein Sequences and Interaction Networks Elber
11/24/05
Thanksgiving Recess
12/1/05 Inderjit Dhillon
University of Texas at Austin
Co-clustering, Matrix Approximations and Bregman Divergences Van Loan
Current semester: Spring 2006

Colloquia from previous semesters:
Spring 2005
Fall 2004
Spring 2004
Fall 2003
Spring 2003
Fall 2002
Spring 2002
Fall 2001
Spring 2001
Fall 2000
Spring 2000

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