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Computer Science Seminar Schedule

Academic Year 2008-2009

All Seminars will be at 209 Computer Science Building (unless otherwise stated)

Dept. of Computer Science, Missouri S&T
Spring 2009 Colloquia Series
Colloquia Coordinator: Dr. Sriram Chellappan
chellaps@mst.edu
573-341-4637

SpeakerTalk DetailsDate and Venue
Ramon Caceres
(AT&T Labs - Research)
Title: Vis-a-Vis: Online Social Networking via Virtual Individual Servers
Abstract and Bio: Click Here
January 23, 2009 Fri (9:30am)
St. Pats Ballroom B

Tracy Camp
(Colorado School of Mines)

Title: MANET Simulation Studies: The Incredibles
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

January 23, 2009 Fri (11:00am)
St. Pats Ballroom B

Daniel Tauritz
(Missouri S&T)

Title: Grand Challenges in Evolutionary Computing
Abstract and Bio: Click Here Slides: Click Here

Feb 5, Thurs (12:30pm)
CS 209

Kent Lynn
( IBM )

Title: Building a Smarter Planet: leveraging the reality of global integration for our collective benefit
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

Feb 19, Thurs (12:30pm)
Electrical Engineering Bldg # G31

Steven Nigus
(FlightSafety Intl.)

Title: Terabyte Geospatial Datasets for Flight Simulators
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

Feb 26, Thurs (12:30pm)
CS 209

Takahiro Hara
(Osaka University)

Title: Challenges of Query Processing in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

Mar 4, Wed (12:30pm)
EMGT 102

Joe Dvorak
( Research in Motion )

Title: ZOIDs: The Future of Personal Technology
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

Mar 19, Thurs (12:30pm)
CS 209

Ali Hurson
(Missouri S&T)

Title: Agent-based Transactions Management for Mobile Multidatabase
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

April 9, Thurs (12:30pm)
CS 209

Dr. Mukesh Mohania
(IBM Research, India)

Title: EROCS: Automatically linking documents with relevant structured information
Abstract and Bio: Click Here  Slides: Click Here

May 1, Friday (12:30pm)
Electrical Engineering Bldg # G31

Dept. of Computer Science, Missouri S&T
Fall 2008 Colloquia Series
Colloquia Coordinator: Dr. Sriram Chellappan
chellaps@mst.edu
573-341-4637

Speaker

Talk Details

Date and Venue

Sriram Chellappan
(Missouri S&T)

Title: Recent Trends in Sensor Networks Mobility
Abstract: Click Here

Sep 2, Tue

Vamsi Paruchuri
(Central Arkansas)

Title:  Designing Broadcast Protocols in Wireless Networks
Abstract: Click Here

Sep 18, Th

Huzefa Kagdi  
(Missouri S&T)

Title:  How We Read UML Class Diagrams: An Eye Tracking Testimonial
Abstract: Click Here

Sep 25, Th

Mubarak Shah
(Central Florida)

Title:  Tracking Across Multiple Moving Cameras
Abstract: Click Here

Oct 10, Fri

Dan Lin
(Missouri S&T)

Title:   Moving Object Databases
Abstract: Click Here

Oct 30, Th

Elizabeth Dumont
(Massachusetts - Amherst)

Title: 3D Imaging and Biomechanics: Using Finite Element Analysis to Assess Feeding Behavior and Performance
Abstract: Click Here

Nov 6, Th

Wei Jiang
(Missouri S&T)
Title:  An Approach to Identifying Beneficial Collaboration Securely in Decentralized Logistics Systems
Abstract: Click Here
Nov 11, Tue

 

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