Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


Upcoming Events

Thursday  Jun. 09, 2016
Deep Neural Networks for Visual Reasoning, Program Induction, and Text-to-Image Synthesis
Scott Reed
10:00am - 12:00pm in 3725 Beyster Bldg.


Monday  Jun. 13, 2016
Theoretical Tools for Network Analysis: Game Theory, Graph Centrality, and Statistical Inference
Travis Martin
3:00pm - 5:00pm in 3725 Beyster Bldg.

 
Past Events

Wednesday  May. 25, 2016
NAE Symposium: Driverless Cars and Connected Transportation


Wednesday  May. 18, 2016
Human Factors and missed solutions to Enigma design weaknesses
Harold Thimbleby
Professor of Computer Science
Swansea University


Tuesday  May. 10, 2016
Perception for Robust, Autonomous Robotic Manipulation - A Question of Balancing Prior Knowledge and Learning From Data
Jeannette Bohg
Senior Research Scientist
Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems


Thursday  May. 05, 2016
Professorship Lecture and Ceremony:
Autonomous Agents: Threat or Menace?

Michael P. Wellman
Lynn A. Conway Collegiate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
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Monday  May. 02, 2016
Designing Accurate and Low-Cost Stochastic Circuits
Te-Hsuan Chen

Whats in a Game? An Intelligent and Adaptive Approach to Security
Arunesh Sinha
post-doctoral researcher
University of Southern California

Unbounded Scalable Hardware Verification
Suho Lee


Friday  Apr. 29, 2016
Spotting Tip of the Iceberg in Social Media: Detecting Target Clusters from Indications of Individual Items
Zhe Zhao


Monday  Apr. 25, 2016
Network Analysis on Incomplete Structures
Matthew Burgess

Fixes, Proofs and Humans: Results and Lessons from Transforming Programs
Westley Weimer
Associate Professor
University of Virginia


Friday  Apr. 22, 2016
Evaluation Algorithms for Extractive Summaries
Paul Tarau
Professor
University of North Texas

Control-Flow Security
William Patrick Arthur


Tuesday  Apr. 19, 2016
On Being an Applied Computer Scientist
Gregory Abowd
Regents’ Professor and J.Z. Liang Chair
School of Interactive Computing, Georgia Tech
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Monday  Apr. 18, 2016
Algorithms for Charismatic Robots
Heather Knight
PhD Candidate
Carnegie Mellon University


Friday  Apr. 15, 2016
An Exponential Separation Between Randomized and Deterministic Complexity in the LOCAL Model
Yi-Jun Chang
University of Michigan

 

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