Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


Upcoming Seminars

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Past Seminars

Monday  May. 02, 2016
Whats in a Game? An Intelligent and Adaptive Approach to Security
Arunesh Sinha
post-doctoral researcher
University of Southern California


Monday  Apr. 04, 2016
The Future is on Your Wrist: Challenges and Opportunities of Wearable Technologies
Dr. Luca Foschini
Co-founder and Head of Data Science at Evidation Health


Monday  Mar. 28, 2016
Combating Adversaries under Uncertainties in Real-world Security Problems: Advanced Game-theoretic Behavioral Models and Robust Algorithms
Thanh Nguyen
PhD Candidate
University of Southern California


Tuesday  Mar. 22, 2016
Toward Learning by Reading using a New Semantics that Merges Propositional and Distributional Information
Eduard Hovy
Professor
Carnegie Mellon University

Towards A Sequential Decision Model of Interaction with Computer Systems
Andrew Howes
Professor of Human-Computer Interaction
University of Birmingham


Tuesday  Feb. 23, 2016
Following Natural Language Instructions in Unknown Environments
Matt Walter
Assistant Professor
Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago


Tuesday  Jan. 19, 2016
Artificial Intelligence and Real Economics & Deception Detection using Real-life Trial Data
Michael Wellman & Rada Mihalcea
Professors of Computer Science
University of Michigan


Tuesday  Jan. 12, 2016
Segmenting and Labeling On-Body Sensor Data Streams with CRFs and Factor Graphs
Ben Marlin
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
University of Massachusetts Amherst


Tuesday  Dec. 08, 2015
Evidence-Based Optimization
Pascal Van Hentenryck
Professor of Industrial and Operations Engineering and Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
University of Michigan


Tuesday  Dec. 01, 2015
Explorations in Computational Rationality: Explaining Human Behavior via Bounded Utility Maximization
Richard Lewis
Professor of Psychology and Linguistics
University of Michigan


Tuesday  Nov. 24, 2015
AI Lab Pizza & Discussion


Tuesday  Nov. 17, 2015
Can Robots Behave Well as Members of Society? & Natural Language Processing for Collective Discourse
Benjamin Kuipers & Dragomir Radev
Professors of Computer Science
University of Michigan


Tuesday  Nov. 10, 2015
Increasing the Utility of Machine Learning in Clinical Care & On the Equivalence of Simulated Annealing & Interior Point Path Following for Optimization
Jenna Wiens & Jacob Abernethy
Professors of Computer Science
University of Michigan


Tuesday  Nov. 03, 2015
The Dependence of Effective Planning Horizon on Model Accuracy
Nan Jiang
PhD Student
University of Michigan


Tuesday  Oct. 27, 2015
Interactive Task Learning & Exploring and Understanding Large, Static and Dynamic Graphs
John Laird & Danai Koutra
Professors of Computer Science
University of Michigan

 

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