The URCS Department Seminar Series presents public talks by leading researchers on various subjects in Computer Science.
05/07/2001 11:00 AM
Anoop Gupta
Collaboration and Multimedia
CSB 209
04/30/2001 11:00 AM
Mani Chandy
Distributed Computing for Crisis Management
CSB 209
04/23/2001 11:00 AM
Michael Collins
Statistical Models for Natural Language Parsing
CSB 209
04/16/2001 11:00 AM
Michael Black
Learning the Appearance and Motion of People in Video
CSB 209
04/13/2001 11:00 AM
Gregory F. Welch
Sensor Information Efficiency for Pose Estimation
CSB 209
04/02/2001 11:00 AM
Mark Heinrich
Hardware DSM Performance at Software DSM Cost
CSB 209
03/26/2001 11:00 AM
Jim Rehg
Motion Capture from Movies
CSB 209
03/19/2001 11:00 AM
Marius Zimand
Probabilistically Checkable Proofs the Easy Way
CSB 209
03/12/2001 11:00 AM
Mark Hill
Wisconsin Multifacet: Extending Snooping
CSB 209
02/19/2001 11:00 AM
Ram Rajamony
Measuring Client-Perceived Response Times on the WWW
CSB 209
11/13/2000 11:00 AM
Markus Brandner
Fast, Robust Pattern Matching
CSB 209
11/06/2000 11:00 AM
Kenneth P. Birman
The Next Generation Internet: Unsafe at any Speed?
CSB 209
10/23/2000 11:00 AM
Jeffrey Mark Siskind
Grounding the Lexical Semantics of Verbs in Visual Perception using Force Dynamics and Event Logic
CSB 209
10/16/2000 11:00 AM
Yiannis Aloimonos
Visual Space-Time Geometry: A Tool for the Imagination
CSB 209
10/09/2000 11:00 AM
Jessica Bayliss, Yinhe Cheng, Myroslava Dzikovska
A Panel on Women in Computer Science
CSB 209
09/25/2000 11:00 AM
Mitsu Ogihara
The State of the Department
CSB 209