Seminar Calendar - Fall 2010

December 7
Speaker: Richard Hartley, Austrilian National University
Title: Provably Optimal Algorithms in Computer Vision

November 23
Speaker: Peter Stone, University of Texas at Austin
Title: Machine Learning and Multiagent Reasoning: from robot soccer to autonomous traffic

November 19 - Distinguished Lecturer
Speaker: Alfred Aho, Columbia University
Title: Computational Thinking in Language Design

November 15 - Student Seminar
Speaker: Chieh-Jan (Mike) Liang, Johns Hopkins University
Title: Interference characterization and Mitigation in large-scale wireless sensor networks

November 11 - Distinguished Lecturer
Speaker: Fernando Pereira, University of Pennsylvania
Title: Meaning Propagation

November 5 - Student Seminar
Speaker: Markus Dreyer, Johns Hopkins University
Title: A Non-Parametric Model for the Discovery of Inflectional Paradigms from Plain Text using Graphical Models over Strings

November 4
Speaker: Tandy Warnow, University of Texas at Austin
Title: Estimating ultra-large phylogenies and alignments

November 2
Speaker: Jim Philbin, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Title: A High Performance Architecture for Medical Imaging Informatics

October 26 - Distinguished Lecturer
Speaker: Andrew Chien, University of California, San Diego
Title: 10x10: A New Paradigm for Computer Architecture (Meeting the Challenges of the New Technology Scaling Landscape)

October 14 - Student Seminar
Speaker: Babak Matinfar, Carnegie Mellon University
Title: Precision Irradiation and Delivery of Complex Dose Volumes for Small Animal Research

October 7 - Distinguished Lecturer
Speaker: Takeo Kanade, Carnegie Mellon University
Title: Tracking a Large Number of Migrating and Proliferating Cells in Time-Lapse Microscopy Imagery

September 28 - Distinguished Lecturer
Speaker: Kentaro Toyama, University of California at Berkeley
Title: Computing for Global Development
Presentation: PDF

September 14
Speaker: Allen Tien and Anocha Yimsiriwattan, MDLogix Health
Title: MDLogix Health Science Process Framework and Clinical Research Management System: Ruby on Rails and XSB

September 9
Speaker: Brent Waters, University of Texas at Austin
Title: Functional Encryption: Beyond Public Key Cryptography