Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


Upcoming Seminars

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Past Seminars

Friday  May. 22, 2015
CSE Lecturer Candidate Seminar: Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks
Jared Oluoch
PhD Candidate
Oakland University


Friday  May. 15, 2015
CSE Lecturer Candidate Seminar: IPv6, IoT and Wireless Body Area Networks for Healthcare Applications
Amitabh Mishra
PhD Candidate
University of Cincinnati


Thursday  Apr. 30, 2015
On Randomness and Fast Sorting in Theory and Practice
Ilya Volkovich
Post Doc Visiting Scholar and Lecturer
U of M


Tuesday  Apr. 28, 2015
Illuminating and Interacting with the Notional Machine in Introductory Programming Courses
James Juett
U of M


Monday  Apr. 27, 2015
Hardware Security and C++
Matthew Hicks
Post Doc
U of M


Thursday  Apr. 23, 2015
Programming Abstractions for Large-Scale Parallel Machines
Amir Kamil
Post Doc
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory


Tuesday  Apr. 14, 2015
Hard Problems in Hardness of Approximation: Sharp Thresholds, Parallel Repetition and Unique Games
Dana Moshkovitz Aaronson
Assistant Professor
MIT


Monday  Apr. 13, 2015
Exploring the Limits of the Efficiently Computable
Scott Aaronson
Associate Professor
MIT


Monday  Apr. 06, 2015
Problem-Solving with a Nested Loop in an Introductory Programming Course
William Crum
Continuing Lecturer
Purdue University


Thursday  Apr. 02, 2015
Perception of People and Scenes for Robot Learning from Demonstration
Chad Jenkins
Associate Professor
Brown University


Friday  Feb. 06, 2015
Practical Bootstrapping for Fully Homomorphic Encryption
Chris Peikert
Associate Professor
Georgia Institute of Technology


Thursday  Jan. 08, 2015
Sloan Foundation Science on Screen Night: The Imitation Game


Friday  Dec. 12, 2014
Computer Science Education Week


Tuesday  Nov. 25, 2014
Crossing the Valley of Despair: Maintaining Your Sanity While Designing Video Games
Sid Meier
Founder and Director of Creative Development
Firaxis Games


Monday  Nov. 17, 2014
Designing Energy-Efficient Architectures for Future Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.
Dr. Ronald Dreslinski
Assistant Research Scientist at the University of Michigan

 

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