Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Upcoming Seminars

Tuesday  Oct. 13, 2015
Using Motion to Understand Objects in the Real World
David Held
Computer Science Ph.D. Student
Stanford Univeristy
4:00pm - 5:15pm in 3725 BBBB

Past Seminars

Tuesday  Oct. 06, 2015
Human-Centered Computing: Using Speech to Understand Behavior & Crowd-Powered Interactive Systems
Emily Mower Provost & Walter Lasecki
Professors of Computer Science
University of Michigan

Tuesday  Sep. 22, 2015
Towards Encyclopedic Visual Understanding & Improved Perception of People and Scenes for Robots
Jia Deng & Chad Jenkins
Professors of Computer Science
University of Michigan

Tuesday  Sep. 15, 2015
Convex Methods for Latent Representation Learning
Dale Schuurmans
Professor of Computer Science
University of Alberta

Wednesday  May. 20, 2015
AI Lab Mini-Symposium
Michael Wellman ("Program Chair")

Tuesday  May. 19, 2015
Learning Intelligent Assistants for Understanding Behavior
Dragos D. Margineantu
Senior Scientist, Boeing Technical Fellow
Boeing Research & Technology

Monday  May. 04, 2015
Learning Better Clinical Risk Models
Alexander Van Esbroeck

Friday  May. 01, 2015
Search-based Software Refactoring: Towards Semantics Preservation
Marouane Kessentini
Assistant Professor
University of Michigan-Dearborn

Tuesday  Apr. 28, 2015
Online Mapping and Perception Algorithms for Multi-robot Teams Operating in Urban Environments
Johannes Strom

Monday  Apr. 27, 2015
Learning and Searching Methods for Robust, Real-Time Visual Odometry
Andrew Richardson

Tuesday  Apr. 21, 2015
Generalizing Inverse Reinforcement Learning for the Real World
Prashant Doshi
Associate Professor of Computer Science
University of Georgia

Monday  Apr. 20, 2015
Agent Aware Organizational Design
Jason Sleight

NLP Driven Models for Automatically Generating Survey Articles for Scientific Topics
Rahul Jha

Practical Natural Language Processing for Minority Languages
Ben King

Tuesday  Feb. 17, 2015
Low-Rank Spectral Learning for Predictive State Representations
Alex Kulesza
University of Michigan

Tuesday  Feb. 10, 2015
Set-Valued Dynamic Treatment Regimes for Competing Outcomes
Dan Lizotte
Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics
University of Western Ontario


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