Computer Science Colloquium Series, Spring 2005

Regular time and location:  Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4:15pm in B17 Upson Hall, unless otherwise indicated.

Date Speaker Title Host
2/3/05 Ramin Zabih
Cornell
Graph Cut Algorithms for Computer Vision and Medical Imaging  
Tuesday
2/8/05
Adam Siepel
UC Santa Cruz
Comparative Mammalian Genomics: Models of Evolution and Detection of Functional Elements Elber/Keich
2/10/05 Michael Macy
Cornell
Group Dynamics in Silico: Complex Networks and the Human Flock  
Tuesday
2/15/05
Saurabh Sinha
The Rockefeller University
Hidden Markov Models and Mutant Fruitflies: A Case Study in Computational Biology Elber
2/17/05 Brian Bershad
University of Washington
The Data Turbine Sirer
Tuesday
3/1/05
Karen Sparck-Jones
Cambridge University
Salton Lecture Series
Natural Language Information Processing: Words and Tasks, Statistics and Models
Cardie
Monday
3/7/05
5130 Upson
Sumit Gulwani
UC Berkeley
Program Analysis Using Random Interpretation Rugina
Tuesday
3/8/05
Shivnath Babu
Stanford University
Adaptive Query Processing Shanmugasundaram
3/10/05 Michael Brudno
UC Berkeley
Alignment of Whole Genomes: Techniques and Algorithms Elber
Monday
3/14/05
5130 Upson
Prasanna Ganesan
Stanford University
Data Management in Peer-to-Peer Systems Gehrke
Tuesday
3/15/05
Nick Feamster
MIT
Robust Internet Routing Birman
3/17/05 Lakshmi Subramanian
UC Berkeley
Decentralized Security Mechanisms for Internet Routing Francis
Tuesday
3/22/05
Spring Break
3/24/05
Monday
3/28/05
5130 Upson
Mikhail Alekhnovich
Institute for Advanced Study
Hard Satisfiable Instances for DPLL Algorithms and Other Common Models of Computation Kozen
Tuesday
3/29/05
Aditya Akella
Carnegie Mellon University
End Point-Based Routing Strategies for Improving Internet Performance Francis
3/31/05 Robert Kleinberg
MIT
Adaptive Algorithms for Price-Setting and Overlay Routing Tardos
Monday
4/4/05
5130 Upson
Shuchi Chawla
Carnegie Mellon University
Algorithms for Path-Planning Tardos
Tuesday
4/5/05
Yanlei Diao
UC Berkeley
Query Processing for Large-Scale XML Message Brokering Gehrke
4/7/05 Raj Reddy
Carnegie Mellon University
Salton Lecture Series
The Million Book Digital Library Project
Gries
Tuesday
4/12/05
Rod Brooks
MIT
Salton Lecture Series
Flesh and Machines: Robots and People
Selman
4/14/05 Sorin Lerner
University of Washington
Automatically Checking the Correctness of Program Analyses and Transformations Myers
Tuesday
4/19/05
Muthian Sivathanu
University of Wisconsin Madison
Semantically-Smart Disk Systems Sirer
4/21/05 Manuela Veloso
Carnegie Mellon University
Integrated Perception, Cognition, and Action in Teams of Robots Gomes
Tuesday 4/26/05
 
William R. Pulleyblank
IBM
BlueGene and Business Optimization Shmoys
5/5/05 K. Mani Chandy
Caltech
Sense and Respond Systems Manohar
Colloquia from previous semesters:
Fall 2004
Spring 2004
Fall 2003
Spring 2003
Fall 2002
Spring 2002
Fall 2001
Spring 2001
Fall 2000
Spring 2000

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