Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


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Past Seminars


Friday  Jan. 13, 2017
Quantum hashing is maximally secure against classical leakage
Cupjin Huang
University of Michigan


Friday  Jan. 06, 2017
Fully Dynamic Connectivity in O(log n(log log n)^2) Amortized Expected Time
Shang-En Huang
University of Michigan


Friday  Dec. 09, 2016
Strategies for Extensive Form Games
Richard Stearns
University at Albany


Friday  Dec. 02, 2016
A polynomial-time approximation algorithm for the permanent of a matrix with non-negative entries
Fang-Yi Yu
Graduate Student
University of Michigan


Friday  Nov. 04, 2016
Spookily Homomorphic Encryption
Daniel Wichs
Assistant Professor
Northeastern University


Friday  Oct. 28, 2016
Population Recovery in polynomial time
Mike Saks
Professor
Rutgers


Friday  Oct. 21, 2016
Do Prices Coordinate Markets?
Jamie Morgenstern
Postdoc
University of Pennsylvania


Friday  Oct. 07, 2016
Polynomial Identity Testing for Read Once Polynomials
Daniel Minahan
University of Michigan


Friday  Sep. 30, 2016
Beyond Worst-Case (In)approximability of Nonsubmodular Influence Maximization
Biaoshuai Tao
Graduate Student
University of Michigan


Friday  Sep. 23, 2016
Differentially private analysis of graphs
Sofya Raskhodnikova
Associate Professor
Penn State


Friday  Sep. 09, 2016
Optimal Compression of Graph Metrics
Seth Pettie
Associate Professor
University of Michigan


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


Friday  Apr. 08, 2016
Noise stability of functions with low influences: invariance and optimality
Fang-Yi Yu
University of Michigan


Friday  Apr. 01, 2016
Better Outcomes from More Rationality
Yuqing Kong
University of Michigan


Friday  Mar. 25, 2016
Recent progress on two-source randomness extractors
Yaoyun Shi
Associate Professor
University of Michigan

 

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