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Colloquium Series

The Department of Computer Science holds bi-weekly research colloquia and social hours. All university students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend. If you would like to receive notifications about new and upcoming events, please subscribe to our mailing list.

2011-2012

October 17 Mark Hempstead, Drexel University
Ultra-Low Power Computing with Accelerator-based Architectures
October 31 W. Eric Wong, University of Texas at Dallas
Reducing the Cost of Program Debugging with Effective Software Fault Localization
November 14 Matthew Blaze, University of Pennsylvania
Why (special agent) Johnny (still) Can't Encrypt: A Security Analysis of the APCO P25 Secure Radio System
November 28 Patrick Juola, Duquesne University
How Can I Attribute You: Let Me Count The Ways
January 30 Zhendong Su, University of California, Davis
Program Analysis for Engineering Secure Web Applications
February 13 Charles Yang, University of Pennsylvania
The Statistics of Grammar
March 05 Nilanjan Banerjee, University of Arkansas Fayetteville
Self-sustainable Cyber-physical System Design
March 08 Justin Ma, University of California, Berkeley
Analytics for Detecting Web and Social Media Abuse
March 08 Gene Spafford, Purdue University
Distinguished Lecture
March 12 Jun Suzuki, University of Massachusetts, Boston
Exploring Self-star Properties in Wireless Sensor Networks
March 19 Xiaoning Ding, Intel ISTC for Cloud Computing
BWS: Balanced Work Stealing for Time-Sharing Multicores
March 22 Myungjin Lee, Purdue University
High Fidelity Measurements in Low-Latency Networks
April 09 Jay Modi Memorial Lecture: Robert Sedgewick, Princeton University
Algorithms for the Masses
April 16 Samuel Matej, University of Pennsylvania
Positron Emission Tomography with Time-Of-Flight: Challenges, Opportunities, and Novel Reconstruction Approaches.
April 23 Math-CS Joint Lecture: Radu Balan, University of Maryland
Polynomial embeddings for quadratic algebraic equations
May 07 Joint Math-CS Lecture: Margit Pap, University of Vienna
The voice transform generated by a representation of the Blaschke group on the Hardy space of the unit circle
May 21 David M. Weiss, Iowa State University
Industrial Strength Software Measurement
May 24 Srikanth Sastry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Fairness: the currency for crash tolerance