Department Seminar Series
The URCS Department Seminar Series presents public talks by leading researchers on various subjects in Computer Science.
Thesis and Thesis Proposal Defenses
A public lecture is a required component of thesis and thesis proposal defenses in the URCS department.
Big Picture Talk Series
This weekly series focuses on topics in Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Understanding, Knowledge Representation and Reasoning, Computational Linguistics, and many related areas.
Seminar on Knowledge, Inference, and Language (SKIL)
Presentations and discussion on topics at the intersection of knowledge representation, inference, and language understanding.
Computer Vision Seminar
Talks and literature study on topics related to computer vision and visual processing.
Systems Meeting
Regular meeting for Systems group researchers.
Theory Canal: The Rochester Theory Seminar Series
The THEORY CANAL meeting (the Rochester Theory Seminar) is a joint project of the UR and RIT theory groups, and the focus is all areas of theoretical computer science.
Seminar on Human Activity Recognition and Planning (HARP)
Reading group on activity and plan recognition, planning, representations that combine logic and probability, and assistive technology for cognition (such as memory, planning, and initiation).
Natural Language Processing Reading Group
Meets regularly to discuss topics in natural language processing.
HCI Seminar
HCI Seminar
Common Sense Meeting
Common Sense Meeting