Computer Science Colloquium Series, Fall 2006

Thursdays at 4:15pm in B17 Upson (Unless otherwise indicated)

Date Speaker Title Host
Thursday
8/31/06
Deborah Estrin
UCLA
CS Colloquium
4:15 PM Upson Hall
Wireless Sensing Systems: From Ecosystems to Human Systems

Distinguished Career Lecture Series
7 PM Statler Hotel - Princeton Room
Twenty Years of Inspiring Collaborations: From Internets to Sensornets
Francis
Thursday, September 7 - No Colloquium - President Skorton's Inaugural Address
Thursday
9/14/06
Kavita Bala
Cornell University
Scalable Realistic Rendering of Complex Scenes  

Thursday
9/21/06

Hector Garcia-Molina
Stanford University
Salton Series Lecture
Generic Entity Resolution
Gehrke
Thursday
9/28/06
Steve Gribble
University of Washington
Web-borne Malware: Measurement and Mitigation
Sirer
Thursday
10/5/06
Craig Chambers
University of Washington
Extensible, Modular Software Units
Myers
Monday
10/16/06
Chris Bischof
RWTH Aachen University
Opportunities for Computer Science in Computational Science
** 4:00 PM 5130 Upson Hall **
Van Loan
Thursday
10/26/06
Alex Aiken
Stanford University

Scalable Program Analysis Using Boolean Satisfiability

Rugina
Thursday
11/2/06
David Kotz
Dartmouth College
Secure Context-sensitive Authorization
Sirer
Thursday
11/9/06
Michael Kearns
University of Pennsylvania
Two Economic Models of Network Formation
Kleinberg
Tuesday
11/14/06
Judea Pearl
UCLA
Salton Series Lecture
The Mathematics of Causal Inference
** 4:20 PM 101 Phillips Hall **
Joint Colloquium with ECE
Halpern
Thursday
11/16/06
Manuel Costa
Microsoft Research

End-to-End Containment of Internet Worm Epidemics

Birman
Tuesday
11/21/06
Farnam Jahanian
University of Michigan

A Perspective-Aware Approach to Internet Security in the Botnet Era

** 4:15 PM 655 Rhodes Hall **

Birman

Thursday, November 23 - No Colloquium - Thanksgiving Break

Thursday
11/30/06
H V Jagadish
University of Michigan
Towards Natural Language Query for Databases Gehrke
Thursday
12/7/06
Christoph Koch
Cornell University

MayBMS: A System for Managing Large Amounts of Incomplete Information

** 2:00 PM 5130 Upson Hall **

Gehrke

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