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Academic Year 2011-2012

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 2012 Colloquia Series
Colloquia Coordinator: Dr. Sriram Chellappan
chellaps@mst.edu
573-341-4637

Speaker

Talk Details

Date and Venue

Dr. Yiyu Shi
(ECE dept at S&T.)

Title: Compressed Sensing Based Through-Silicon-Via
Modeling: Balancing the Seesaw of Flexibility and Accuracy
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

February 14, Tuesday
(12:30pm)
Computer Science Bldg # 209
 
 Dr. Nayot Poolsapassit (Post-Doc in CS)  Title: Risk Assessment using Bays Graphs
Abstract and Bio: Click Here
February 28, Tuesday
(12:30pm)
Computer Science Bldg # 209
 

Chris Johnson
(Garmin)

Title: Debugging on Embedded Systems
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

 March 1, Thursday
(12:30pm)
Computer Science Bldg # 209

  Brian Mize
(FBI)

Title: Computer Crime Trends and Practices
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

  April 10, Tuesday
(12:30pm)
Computer Science Bldg # 209

 

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

Speaker

Talk Details

Date and Venue

Dr. ZhaoZheng Yin
(Missouri S&T)

Title: Large-Scale Cell Tracking in Time-Lapse Microscopy Images for Stem Cell Engineering and Discovery
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

 September 13, Tuesday
(12:30pm)
Computer Science Bldg # 216 

  Dr. Sahra Sedigh
(Missouri S&T)

Title: Cyber-Physical Systems: From Computing to Tangible Physical Effects
Abstract and Bio: Click Here  

  September 27, Tuesday
(12:30pm)
Computer Science Bldg # 216 

Dr. David Nicol 
(University of Illinois)

Title: Challenges in Simulating Large Computer Networks
Abstract and Bio: Click Here   

 October 11, Tuesday
(12:30 pm)
Carver-Turner Room
(Havener Center)

Dr. Ron Cytron  
(Washington University

Title: Fast Pattern Matching Architecture
Abstract and Bio: Click Here   

 October 25, Tuesday
(12:30 pm)
St. Pats A
(Havener Center)
Dr. Shenethia Manuel
(Missouri S&T)
Title: Harassment
Abstract and Bio:
 November 1, Tuesday
(12:30 pm)
St. Pats B
(Havener Center)
Dr. Paul R. Croll
(Computer Sciences Corporation)
Title: Where the Rubber Meets the Code – Static Code Analysis for Software Assurance in the Acquisition Life Cycle
Abstract and Bio: Click Here
November 8, Tuesday
(12:30 pm)
Turner Room
(Havener Center)
Dr. Mukesh Mohania
(IBM Research)
Title: Cloud Computing Workshop
Abstract and Bio: Click Here
December 5, Monday
(7:00 pm)
Computer Science Bldg 209

 

Dept. of Computer Science, Missouri S&T
Summer 2011 Colloquia Series

Colloquia Coordinator: Dr. Sriram Chellappan
chellaps@mst.edu
573-341-4637

Speaker

Talk Details

Date and Venue

Dr. Naoxie (Neal) Xiong

Title: A Class of Practical Reliable Failure Detection Schemes for Cloud Communication Networks
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

July 12, Tuesday (9:30pm)
Computer Science Bldg # 327

Dr. Marouane Kessentini

Title: Search-based Transformation by Example
Abstract: Click Here

 July 13, Wednesday (10:00pm)
Computer Science Bldg # 327

Ricardo Morales

Title: QuickSort, an Introduction
Abstract: Click Here

 July 13, Wednesday (1:30pm)
Computer Science Bldg # 327

Dr. ZhaoZheng Yin

Title: Large-Scale Cell Tracking in Time-Lapse Microscopy Images for Stem Cell Engineering and Discovery
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

July 14, Thursday (9:30pm)
Computer Science Bldg # 327 
Troy Kammerdiener

Title: AVL Trees
Abstract and Bio: Click Here

July 14, Thursday (11:00pm)
Computer Science Bldg # 327 

 

  

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