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Past Seminars

Wednesday  Feb. 07, 2018
Harnessing Data Science for the HW Verification Process
Dr. Avi Ziv
Research Staff Member, Verification and Quality Technologies Department
IBM Research Laboratory, Haifa, Israel

Thursday  Nov. 09, 2017
Design and Synthesis of Approximate Computing Circuits
Weikang Qian
Assistant Professor
University of Michigan-Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute

Wednesday  Oct. 05, 2016
Assertion Mining: What, How and Where?
Graziano Pravadelli
Associate Professor
University of Verona (Italy)

Tuesday  Apr. 12, 2016
Chupja--PHY Covert Channels: Can you see the Idles?
Hakim Weatherspoon
Associate Professor
Cornell University

Thursday  Oct. 22, 2015
Data Storage and Querying for Resource Constrained Computing Devices
Graeme Douglas

Wednesday  Apr. 01, 2015
Dynamic Hardware Resource Management for Efficient Throughput Processing
Ankit Sethia

Tuesday  Jan. 20, 2015
Physically Dense Server Architectures
Anthony Thomas Gutierrez

Wednesday  Nov. 19, 2014
Towards a Watt-Wise Web: Architecting for a Responsive and Energy-Efficient Mobile Web
Vijay Janapa Reddi
University of Texas at Austin

Enabling dedicated single-cycle connections over a shared Network-on-Chip
Tushar Krishna

Tuesday  Jul. 15, 2014
Execution Stream Fingerprinting for Low-cost Safety-critical System Design
Brett H. Meyer
Chwang-Seto Faculty Scholar and assistant professor
McGill University

Friday  Apr. 25, 2014
Economic Mechanisms for Managing Risk in Heterogeneous Datacenters
Benjamin C. Lee, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Duke University

Wednesday  Oct. 23, 2013
Practical Language and System Support for Reliable Concurrent Software
Michael Bond
Assistant Professor
Ohio State University

Friday  Oct. 18, 2013
An effect-oriented approach to concurrency-bug detection and recovery
Shan Lu
Assistant Professor of Computer Sciences
University of Wisconsin, Madison

Wednesday  Oct. 16, 2013
Cyber-Physical Systems: A Rehash or A New Intellectual Challenge?
Edward Lee
Robert S. Pepper Distinguished Professor
UC Berkeley

Friday  Oct. 11, 2013
Deriving Neurological Connectomes to Better Understand Complex Brain Functionality
Stephen Plaza
HHMI - Project Scientist


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