The URCS Department Seminar Series presents public talks by leading researchers on various subjects in Computer Science.
05/09/2005 11:00 AM
Yevgeniy Dodis
Basing Cryptography on Biometric and Other Noisy Data
CSB 209
03/23/2005 10:30 AM
Timothy Harris
Concurrency Unlocked
CSB 601
02/21/2005 11:00 AM
Michael Arbib
How the Brain Evolved So We Could Have Language (Distinguished Seminar Series)
CSB 209
02/07/2005 11:00 AM
Fernando Pereira
Linear Models for Structure Prediction (Distinguished Seminar Series)
CSB 209
12/06/2004 11:00 AM
Eva Tardos
Network Games and the Price of Anarchy or Stability
CSB 209
11/29/2004 11:00 AM
Andrew McCallum
Toward Unified Graphical Models of Information Extraction and Data Mining
CSB 209
11/19/2004 11:00 AM
Jason Nieh
Secure Remote Computing Services
CSB 209
11/15/2004 11:00 AM
Prashant Shenoy
Dynamic Resource Management in Internet Data Centers
CSB 209
10/25/2004 11:00 AM
Steven M. Carr
Reuse Distance Based Miss Rate Prediction on a Per Instruction Basis
CSB 209
10/18/2004 11:00 AM
John Mellor-Crummey
Taming High Performance Computing with Compiler Technology
CSB 209
10/15/2004 11:00 AM
Gregory R. Andrews
What's New in CISE: Status Report and Strategic Directions
CSB 209
10/11/2004 11:00 AM
Ronitt Rubinfeld
What Can We Do in Sublinear Time?
CSB 209
09/27/2004 11:00 AM
Ken Kennedy
High Performance (and Grid) Computing without a Degree in Computer Science (Distinguished Seminar Series)
CSB 209
09/24/2004 2:00 PM
William Pulleyblank
The BlueGene/L Supercomputer (Distinguished Seminar Series)
Class of 1962 Aud., Kornberg Med'l. Research Bldg.
09/13/2004 11:00 AM
Joerg Rothe
Complexity Theory and Cryptography, or the Power of Zero-Knowledge
CSB 209