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Academic Year 2010-2011

All Seminars will be at 12:30 pm in Room 209 Computer Science Building (unless otherwise stated)

 Dept. of Computer Science, Missouri S&T
Spring 2011 Colloquia Series
Colloquia Coordinator: Dr. Sriram Chellappan
chellaps@mst.edu
573-341-4637

Speaker

Talk Details

Date and Venue

Dr. Kishore Trivedi
(Duke University)

Title: Towards Quantification of Survivability
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

February 8, Tuesday
(12:30pm)

Butler-Carleton Hall #120

Dr. David Fisher
(Carnegie Mellon University)

Title: Design of a Very High Level Programming Language
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

February 22, Tuesday
(12:30pm) Havener Center, Carver-Turner Room

Dr. Tayo Obafemi-Ajayi
(Illinois Institute of Technology)

Title: Computational Models for Degraded Document Enhancement
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

March 22, Tuesday
(12:30pm)

Computer Science Bldg # 209
Dr. Sandra Johnson
(IBM)
Title: Cloud Computing
Abstract and Bio: Click Here
April 5, Tuesday
(12:30pm)
Butler-Carlton (Civil) # 120

Dr. Krishna Kavi
(University of North Texas)

Title: Optimizing Performance of Cache Memory Systems in Multicore Processors
Abstract and Bio: Click Here Slides: Here

April 19, Tuesday
(12:30pm)
Butler-Carlton (Civil) # 120

 

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

Speaker

Talk Details

Date and Venue

Dr. Vijay Kumar
(UMKC)

Title: Malicious Transactions in Mobile Database Systems
Abstract and Bio: Click Here Slides: Here

September 14, Tuesday
(12:30pm)

Computer Science Bldg
# 216

Dr. Leslie Miller
(Iowa State)

Title: Improving Software Usability Through User Characteristics
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

September 21, Tuesday
(12:30pm)
Computer Science Bldg

# 216

Dr. Arnold Rosenberg
(Colorado State)

Title: A New Scheduling Paradigm for Internet-Based Computing
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

October 05, Tuesday
(12:30pm)
St Pats Ballroom B, Havener

Dr. Nalini Ratha
(IBM)

Title: Can Biometrics Improve Security?
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

November 30, Tuesday (12:30pm)
Butler Carlton Building
# 120

 

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