Spring 2005 Research Orientation Sessions

Research Orientation Sessions Archive

All presentations will be held on Fridays at 1:30 p.m. in 102 WWH, except as noted.

Date Presenter(s) Topic Room(WWH)
Feb. 4 Chris Bregler Motion capture and vision for animation, games, and HCI 102
Demetri Terzopoulos Computer graphics, computer vision, medical imaging, and artificial life
Feb. 11 Ralph Grishman, Dan Melamed, Satoshi Sekine Natural language processing 102
Feb. 25 Michael Overton Linear and semidefinite programming 102
Chee Yap On the importance of knowing Zero: foundations of a theory of real computation and its applications
Mar. 4 Yevgeniy Dodis, Victor Shoup Cryptography group at NYU 102
Mar. 11 Olof Widlund Domain Decomposition Algorithms 109
Margaret Wright Optimization without derivatives
Denis Zorin Geometric modeling and scientific computing
Mar. 25 Clark Barrett Design and application of verification engines 102
Ben Goldberg Optimizing Compiler Design and Verification
Amir Pnueli Formal Verification: Establishing Functional Correctness at Compile Time
Apr. 1 Yann LeCun Machine learning research with applications to vision and robotics 102
Mehryar Mohri Machine Learning
Apr. 8 Richard Cole Self-adjusting prices and markets 109
Arthur Goldberg Approximate record matching and merging
Dennis Shasha Biocomputational puzzles
Apr. 12
12:00 p.m.
(Tuesday)
Ken Perlin Computer graphics research 1221
719 Bway
Apr. 15 Robert Grimm Better systems with extensible C 102
Vijay Karamcheti Self-tuning parallel and distributed applications
David Mazieres Secure computer systems
Apr. 29 Bud Mishra A genomic portrait of cancer: statistics and algorithms 102

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