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Computer Science Colloquium, Fall 2010

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

DateSpeakerTitleHost
Thursday
08/26/10
Robert Bell
AT&T
Conway-Walker Speaker
Lessons from the Netflix Prize
T. Joachims
Thursday
09/02/10
Rajit Manohar
Cornell
Reconfigurable SystemsJ. Halpern
Thursday
09/09/10
 NO COLLOQUIUM SCHEDULED 
Thursday
09/16/10
Adam Smith
Penn State
Rigorous Foundations for Privacy in Statistical DatabasesR. Pass
Thursday
09/23/10
Alyosha Efros
CMU
Qualitative Data-driven Image UnderstandingN. Snavely
Thursday
09/30/10
T. V. Raman
Google
Toward Eyes-Free User Interaction - Leveraging The Cloud For Ubiquitous AccessD. Gries
Thursday
10/07/10
Monika Henzinger
University of Vienna, Austria
Salton Speaker
Sponsored Search Auctions or How Web Search Engines Make Money
R. Kleinberg
Thursday
10/14/10
Olivier Danvy
Aarhus University
Small-step and Big-step Aspects of Computation (A Walk in the Semantic Park)D. Kozen
Thursday
10/21/10
Charles Isbell
Georgia Tech
Adaptive Drama Management: Bringing Machine Learning to Interactive EntertainmentL. Lee
Thursday
10/28/10
Aviv Regev
MIT
It's About Time: The Function & Evolution of Regulatory CircuitsA. Siepel
Thursday
11/04/10
Dieter Fox
UWash
Toward High-level Reasoning in RoboticsA. Saxena
Thursday
11/11/10
Jim Larus
Microsoft
Salton Speaker
Programming the Cloud
N. Foster
Thursday
11/18/10
David Clark
MIT
Salton Speaker
Computer Science as Social Science: The future of the Internet
G. Sirer
Thursday
11/25/10
 NO COLLOQUIUM SCHEDULED 
Thursday
12/02/10
Jim Demmel
Berkeley
Salton Speaker
Minimizing Communication in Linear Algebra
D. Bindel

Colloquia from previous semesters:

Fall 2010 | Spring 2010
Fall 2009 | Spring 2009
Fall 2008 | Spring 2008
Fall 2007 | Spring 2007
Fall 2006 | Spring 2006
Fall 2005 | 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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