Scheduled Talks: Spring 2009

Colloquia Archive, Other Courant Seminars

Following are announcements for talks scheduled for presentation by the Department of Computer Science. All talks, except as noted, are held in room 1302 WWH at 11:30am (with refreshments at 11:15am). To subscribe or unsubscribe from the colloquium mailing list, use this page. For more information, please contact Stephanie Tracy (stephanie@cs.nyu.edu).


Date Speaker/Affiliation Details Host Room
January 30, 2009 Tony Jebara, Columbia University Learning Networks of Places and People from Location Data Chris Bregler Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
February 06, 2009 Brian Kuhlman, Assistant Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Computer-based Design of Protein-Protein Interactions Rich Bonneau Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
February 13, 2009 Bud Mishra, Professor of Computer Science & Mathematics, NYU Just Causes or Just-So Causes Dennis Shasha Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
February 20, 2009 Michael O. Rabin, Professor of Computer Science, Harvard University and Google Research Practically Efficient Secrecy Preserving Proofs of Correctness of Computations, and Financial Cryptography Mehryar Mohri Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
February 23, 2009 Boaz Barak, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Princeton University Barriers in Cryptography and Complexity Theory Michael Overton Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
February 25, 2009 Björn Hartmann, Stanford University Enlightened Trial and Error - Gaining Design Insight Through New Prototyping Tools Michael Overton Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
February 27, 2009 Anupam Datta, Research Scientist, Carnegie Mellon University Foundations of Privacy: Contextual Integrity, The Logic of Privacy and Beyond Helen Nissenbaum Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
March 04, 2009 Matthew Fluet, Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago Functional Programming Perspectives on Concurrency and Parallelism Michael Overton Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
March 06, 2009 Krishnendu Chatterjee, University of California, Santa Cruz Stochastic Games in Synthesis and Verification. Michael Overton Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
March 25, 2009 Benjamin Recht, California Institute of Technology Pulling Rank: Inference from Incomplete Data Michael Overton Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
March 27, 2009 Sachin Katti, ICSI, University of California, Berkeley Network Coded Wireless Architecture Michael Overton Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
March 30, 2009 Martin Bravenboer, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Strictly Declarative Specification of Sophisticated Points-to Analyses Michael Overton Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
April 01, 2009 Jennifer Wortman, University of Pennsylvania Learning from Collective Preferences, Behavior, and Beliefs Michael Overton Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
April 03, 2009 Andreas Haeberlen, Max Planck Institute for Software Systems Accountability for distributed systems Michael Overton Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
April 06, 2009 Haryadi Gunawi, University of Wisconsin, Madison Towards Reliable Storage Systems Michael Overton Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
April 08, 2009 Nate Foster, University of Pennsylvania Bidirectional Programming Languages Michael Overton Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
April 29, 2009 Majid Khabbazian, MIT On the power of broadcast algorithms in wireless ad hoc networks Michael Overton Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
April 30, 2009 Mohamed Sharaf, University of Toronto User-Centric Data Processing in Resource Constraint Environments Michael Overton Warren Weaver Hall, 102
May 01, 2009 Sebastian Seung, Howard Hughes Medical Institute & MIT Learning boundary detection by minimizing image segmentation error Yann LeCun Warren Weaver Hall, 1302

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