Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


Upcoming Seminars


Monday  Mar. 06, 2017
Probabilistic Inference of Inter-Component Communication in Mobile Applications
Damien Octeau
Software Engineer
Google
4:00pm - 5:00pm in 1690 Beyster


Thursday  Mar. 16, 2017
CSE Lecturer Candidate Seminar
Jeffrey Jones
3:00pm - 4:00pm in Dow 1018

 

Past Seminars


Wednesday  Feb. 22, 2017
Random Numbers & Monte Carlo Methods
Kelly Rivers
PhD Candidate
Carnegie Mellon University


Tuesday  Feb. 21, 2017
Steps Towards Universal Computational Literacy
Mark Guzdial
Professor
Georgia Tech


Tuesday  Feb. 14, 2017
Pointers in C and C++ - Memory Abstraction and Encapsulation
Mitchell Bloch
PhD Candidate
University of Michigan


Monday  Jan. 30, 2017
Designing the Wireless Internet of Things with Ambient Awareness
Xinyu Zhang
Assistant Professor
University of Wisconsin-Madison


Thursday  Jan. 26, 2017
Sublinear-Time Algorithms
Sofya Raskhodnikova
Associate Professor
Penn State


Wednesday  Jan. 25, 2017
Science on Screen: I Voted?


Wednesday  Jan. 18, 2017
The Biology of Software : Evolution, Robustness, Diversity
Stephanie Forrest
Professor
University of New Mexico


Tuesday  Jan. 17, 2017
Fixing the Plumbing: Securing the Internet's Core Protocols
Sharon Goldberg
Associate Professor
Boston University


Wednesday  Jan. 11, 2017
Architecting Formally Verifiable Systems Protocols
Luwa Matthews
Ph.D. Candidate
Duke University


Wednesday  Dec. 07, 2016
Effectiveness of inverted-lecture interventions to overcome common barriers to STEM student success
Katie Timmerman
PhD Candidate
Wright State University


Tuesday  Nov. 22, 2016
Game Design: Five Existential Questions
Sid Meier
Co-Founder and Director of Creative Development
Firaxis Games


Monday  Nov. 21, 2016
Machine Learning For Modeling Real-World Dynamical Systems
Byron Boots
Assistant Professor
Georgia Institute of Technology


Thursday  Nov. 17, 2016
Privacy, Information and Generalization
Adam Smith
Professor
Pennsylvania State University


Thursday  Oct. 13, 2016
Types, Brains and Quadcopters: Modern Programming Languages Research
Wes Weimer
Associate Professor
University of Virginia


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

 

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