Seminar Calendar - Spring 2017

May 8
Speaker: Robert N. M. Watson, University of Cambridge
Title: ACM Annual Lecture in Memory of Nathan Krasnopoler: CHERI - Reinventing Computer Architecture for Security - ****Reception at 10:00 am
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May 3 - Student
Speaker: Stephen Hamilton, Johns Hopkins University
Title: Distributed Parallel Extreme Event Analysis in Next Generation Simulation Architectures

April 25
Speaker: Mark Dredze, Johns Hopkins University
Title: Compositional Models for Information Extraction
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April 20 - CS 30th Anniversary:
Speaker: Panel Discussion, Dept. of Computer Science
Title: “50 Years of Computer Science at Johns Hopkins: Looking Back and Looking Ahead”
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April 18
Speaker: Christopher Chute, Johns Hopkins
Title: Data Big and Small: Healthcare Information Discovery
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April 11 - Distinguished Lecturer
Speaker: Ruzena Bajcsy, University of California, Berkeley
Title: Development of Kinematic and Dynamic Models For Individual Using System Estimation and Identification Techniques
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March 30
Speaker: Akane Sano, MIT
Title: Measuring Sleep, Stress and Wellbeing with Wearable Sensors and Mobile Phone
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March 28
Speaker: Chien-Ming Huang, Yale University
Title: Building Socially Cooperative Human-Robot Teams
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March 28 - CANCELLED
Speaker: Ruzena Bajcsy, University of California, Berkeley
Title: Development of Kinematic and Dynamic Models For Individual Using System Estimation and Identification Techniques

March 16
Speaker: David Carlson, Duke University
Title: Interpretable Machine Learning to Deconstruct the Neural Basis of Psychiatric Disorders
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March 14 - CANCELLED
Speaker: Chien-Ming Huang, Yale University
Title: TBD

March 10 - Student
Speaker: Benjamin R. Mitchell, Johns Hopkins University
Title: The Spatial Inductive Bias of Deep Learning

March 8
Speaker: Saeed Abdullah, Cornell University
Title: Circadian Computing: Sensing and Stabilizing Biological Rhythms

March 7 - Distinguished Lecturer
Speaker: Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland
Title: Interactive Visual Discovery in Event Analytics Electronic Health Records and Other Applications

March 2
Speaker: Carlee Joe-Wong, Carnegie Mellon University
Title: Using Pricing to Manage the Cloud
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February 22 - Student
Speaker: Maria S. Ayad, Johns Hopkins University
Title: A Study of Image-based C-arm Tracking Using Minimal Fiducials

February 20 - Student
Speaker: Pottayil Harisanker Menon, Johns Hopkins University
Title: Safe, Fast and Easy: Towards Scalable Scripting Languages