Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

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Past Seminars

Monday  Nov. 16, 2015
Provisioning Queries and Analytics
Val Tannen
Professor, Department of Computer and Information Science
University of Pennsylvania

Monday  Nov. 02, 2015
Some Topics in Model-Data Ecosystems
Peter Haas
IBM Research

Tuesday  Oct. 13, 2015
The journey from faster to better
Mark Callaghan

Thursday  Oct. 08, 2015
Supporting Visual Analytics with Scalable Visualization Recommendations
Aditya Parameswaran
Assistant Professor in Computer Science
University of Illinois (UIUC)

Tuesday  Sep. 22, 2015
Microsoft Research India Overview
Chandu Thekkath, Sriram Rajamani
Managing Director, Assistant Managing Director
Microsoft Research India

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

Friday  Apr. 17, 2015
I Don't Want to be the Mitt Romney of Databases
Andy Pavlo
Assistant Professor
Carnegie Mellon University

Thursday  Apr. 16, 2015
Internet privacy: Towards more transparency
Balachander Krishnamurthy
Lead Inventive Scientist
AT&T Labs--Research

Thursday  Apr. 09, 2015
Really Catching Click-Fraud
Saikat Guha
Microsoft Research, India

Tuesday  Nov. 11, 2014
Real Time Analytics@Twitter
Karthik Ramasamy
Engineering Manager and Technical Lead
Real Time Analytics at Twitter

Tuesday  Oct. 28, 2014
Abstraction without regret in database systems
Christoph Koch

Monday  Sep. 22, 2014
Battery-in-the-Loop: Battery-Aware Energy Management in Cyber-Physical Systems
Dr. Liang He
Research Scientist
Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore

Tuesday  Jun. 17, 2014
Cybersecurity for Industrial Control Systems (and Introduction to RISEC/AIST)
Prof. and Dr. Kazukuni Kobara
RISEC, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

Wednesday  May. 07, 2014
Current events in Tor
Roger Dingledine
Project leader, director, and head of research
The Tor Project

Doppelgänger Finder: Taking Stylometry To The Underground
Rachel Greenstadt
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Drexel University


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