Seminar Calendar - Spring 2014

May 2 - 2014 ACM Nathan Krasnopoler Lecture
Speaker: Greg Kroah-Hartman, Linux Foundation
Title: The Linux kernel, too fast and too big to be correct

May 1
Speaker: John Storey, Princeton University
Title: Separating Signal From Noise in Genomic Data

April 24 - Distinguished Lecturer
Speaker: Elizabeth Mynatt, Georgia Tech
Title: How Human Centered Computing Research Can Help Transform Healthcare

April 22
Speaker: Edward Kmett
Title: Succinct Functional Data Structures

April 10 - 2014 Carolyn and Edward Wenk Jr. Lecture in Technology and Public Policy
Speaker: Ed Lazowska, University of Washington
Title: Computer Science, Global Challenges, and National Policy

April 3
Speaker: Michelle Mazurek, Carnegie Mellon University
Title: Toward Strong, Usable Access Control for Personal Data

April 1
Speaker: Abhishek Jain, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Boston University
Title: Computing on Private Data

March 27
Speaker: Stephen McLaughlin, Penn State University
Title: Specification-based Attacks and Defenses in Sequential Control Systems

March 25
Speaker: Tamara Denning, University of Washington
Title: Human-Centered Computer Security: Beyond the Desktop

March 21
Speaker: Fabian Bustamante, Northwestern University
Title: Pushing Internet experimentation to the (network) edge

March 13
Speaker: Michael Franz, UC Irvine
Title: The Multicompiler: Software Defenses Using Compiler Techniques

March 11
Speaker: Michael Bailey, University of Michigan
Title: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly: An Exploration of the Interplay between Networks and Malice

February 27
Speaker: Minhua Chen, University of Chicago
Title: Predicting Viral Infection from High-Dimensional Biomarker Trajectories

February 18
Speaker: Emil Stefanov, UC Berkeley
Title: Oblivious Computation and Storage: Building a More Secure Cloud

February 13 - CANCELLED
Speaker: Ran Libeskind-Hadas, Harvey Mudd College
Title: "CS For All": The Design, Implementation, and Results of a New Introductory CS Course

February 11
Speaker: Michael Schatz, Simons Center for Quantitative Biology, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Title: Algorithms for genome assembly and disease analytics