Computer Science

Distinguished Lecture Series


September 25th

11 am—RSCH 163

Aidong Zhang

University of Buffalo & NSF

Talk Title: Data Driven Self-Learning for Knowledge Discovery


October 23rd

11 am—RSCH 163

James Kurose

National Science Foundation

Talk Title: An Expanding and Expansive View of Computing


November 10th

11 am—RSCH 163

Hadas Kress-Gazit

Cornell University

Talk Title: Synthesis for Robots: Guarantees and Feedback for Complex Behaviors


December 1st

11 am—RSCH 163

Xiaodong Zhang

Ohio State University

Talk Title: Fast Data Accesses in Both Memory and Disks in Large Clusters


February 26th

10 am—RSCH 163

Nancy Amato

Texas A&M University

Talk Title: Sampling-Based Motion Planning:  From Intelligent CAD to Crowd Simulation to Protein Folding


March 5th

10 am—RSCH 163

Min Lin

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Talk Title: Reconstructing Reality:  From Physical World to Virtual Environments


March 30th

10 am—RSCH 163

Ari Juels

Cornell Tech

Talk Title:Smart Contracts and Bug Bounties


April  6th

10 am—RSCH 163

Klara Nahrstedt

University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign

Talk Title: Towards Multi-View Live 360 Video Broadcasting   


 April 23rd

10 am—RSCH 163

Prem Devanbu

University of California, Davis

Talk Title: Studying and Exploiting the "naturalness" of Code