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Computer Science Colloquium, Spring 2011

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

DateSpeakerTitleHost
Thursday
02.03.11
Jason Ernst
MIT
Computational Regulatory Genomics and Epigenomics in Human, Fly, and YeastJ. Kleinberg
Tuesday
02.17.11
Fred Schneider
Cornell

Towards a Science for Security
 
Tuesday
02.22.11
Hoifung Poon
Univ of Wash

Markov Logic in Machine Reading
L. Lee
Thursday
02.24.11
Raluca Gordan
Duke University
Combining different types of biological data to identify regulatory interactions between proteins and DNAJ. Kleinberg
Tuesday
03.01.11
   
Thursday
03.03.11
   
Tuesday
03.08.11
Katarina Argyraki
EPFL
Evolving the network layer of the Internet
F. Schneider
Thursday
03.10.11
Andrew Adams
Stanford
Systems and Algorithms for Computational Photography
D. James
Tuesday
03.15.11
Ryan Williams
CMU
Algorithms, Obstructions, and Beating Exhaustive Search
R. Kleinberg
Thursday
03.17.11
Guy Rothblum
MIT
Differential Privacy: Recent Developements and Future Challenges
R. Pass
Tuesday
03.22.11
 SPRING BREAK - NO COLLOQUIUM 
Thursday
03.24.11
 SPRING BREAK - NO COLLOQUIUM 
Tuesday
03.29.11
Arvind Krishnamurthy
Univ of Wash.
Towards a More Resilient Internet
E.Sirer
Thursday
03.31.11
Percy Liang
Berkeley
Deep Semantics from Shallow Supervision
T. Joachims
Tuesday
04.05.11
Shabhangi Saraf
MIT
TBD
R. Kleinberg
Thursday
04.07.11
David Steurer
Microsoft Research
TBD
R. Pass
Tuesday
04.12.11
Rohan Murty
Harvard
TBD
K. Birman
Thursday
04.14.11
Roxana Geambasu
Univ of Wash.
Regaining Control Over Mobile and Cloud Data
H. Weatherspoon
Tuesday
04.19.11
Adam Chlipala
Harvard
Formal Verification of Software Infrastructure: From Science to Engineering
N. Foster

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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