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Academic Year 2009-2010

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

Dept. of Computer Science, Missouri S&T
Spring 2010 Colloquia Series
Colloquia Coordinator: Dr. Sriram Chellappan
chellaps@mst.edu
573-341-4637

SpeakerTalk DetailsDate and Venue

Dr. Hal Berghel

Title: On the Art and Practice of Internet Forensics
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

February 4th, Thursday
(12:30pm)
Missouri Ozark Room (Havener Center)

Grant Degenhardt
(Boeing)

Title: Intelligent Agent Applications in Virtual Experimentation
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

February 25th, Thursday
(12:30pm)
Carver-Turner Room (Havener Center)

Henry Nyongesa
(University of the
Western Cape)

Title: Computational Intelligence Techniques in
Information Retrieval
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

March 4th, Thursday
(12:30pm)
Computer Science Bldg # 209
Abhilasha Bhargav-Spantzel
(Intel Corp.)
Title: Evolution of Identity Management Systems and Challenges
Abstract and Bio:  Click Here
April 16th, Friday
(9:00am)
Computer Science Bldg # 209
 Robyn Lutz
(Iowa State University)
 Title: Software Product-Line Engineering for Sustainable, Long-lived Systems
Abstract and Bio:  Click Here
April 16th, Friday
(11:00am)
Civil Engineering 101 

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

SpeakerTalk DetailsDate and Venue

Dr. Lianzhang Zhu
(China University of Petroleum)

Title: Technical Targets Setting in the Design of Web Service Systems Using QFD
Abstract and Bio:

September 3, Thursday
(12:30pm)
Computer Science Bldg # 209

Dr. Takahiro Hara
(Osaka University)

Title: Top-k Query Processing in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Abstract and Bio:

September 10, Thursday
(12:30pm)
Computer Science Bldg # 209

Dr. Yu Jiao
(Oak Ridge Natl. Labs)

Title: Accelerating Scientific Discovery through Extreme-Scale Data Analysis
Abstract and Bio:

September 17, Thursday
(12:30pm)
Computer Science Bldg # 209

Dr. Jeffrey S. Wysocarski
(MIT Lincoln Labs)

Title: QoS and Cross-Layer Optimization for Satellite Communications Networks
Abstract and Bio:

September 24, Thursday
(12:30pm)
St. Pats Ballroom A

Dr. Raj Jain
(Washing University, St. Louis)

Title: Internet 3.0: The Next Generation Internet
Abstract and Bio:

October 22, Thursday (12:30pm)
Meramec-Gasconade Room

Dilma da Silva
(IBM)

Title: System Software for Cloud Computing
Abstract and Bio:  Slides:

November 12, Thursday
(12:30pm)
Missouri – Ozark Room

John Hock
(IBM)

Title: Developing Your Leadership Skills in a Technical Career
Abstract and Bio:   Slides: Click Here

December 3rd,
Thursday (12:30pm)
Computer Science Bldg # 209

 

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