Computer Science Colloquia

Colloquium: Modular Action Language ALM and Its Application to Question Answering

Computer Science Department Colloquium

Title: Modular Action Language ALM and Its Application to
Question Answering

Speaker: Professor Daniela Inclezan

Affiliation: Miami University of Ohio

Hosts: Professors Victor Marek and Mirek Truszczynski

Time and Date: 3:00-4:00PM, Friday, January 29, 2016

Location: Marksbury Theater, some refreshments are expected.

Abstract: Action languages are formal languages with a syntax

Colloquium: Sketching Big Network Data

Computer Science Department Colloquium

Title: Sketching Big Network Data

Speaker: Professor Shigang Chen
University of Florida

Host: Professor Chen Qian
Time and Date: 4:00-5:00PM, Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Location: Marksbury Theater, some refreshments are expected.

Abstract: The Internet has moved into the era of big network data.

Colloquium: Seeing Camouflaged Objects and Unsupervised Joint Alignment

Computer Science Department Colloquium

Title: Seeing Camouflaged Objects and Unsupervised Joint Alignment

Speaker: Professor Erik Learned-Miller
         Department of Computer Science
         University of Massachusetts Amherst

Location: Marksbury Theater 
Time: 4pm, Monday Apr 20, 2015
Host: Professor Nathan Jacobs

Colloquium: Supporting Large-Scale Ethnography with Automated Human Activity Analysis

Computer Science Department Colloquium

Title: Supporting Large-Scale Ethnography with Automated Hu

Colloquium: Emergent Fire Ant Towers: An Adventure in Experimentation And Math Modeling

Computer Science Department Colloquium

Title: Emergent Fire Ant Towers:  An Adventure in Experimentation
       And Math Modeling

Speaker: Professor Craig A. Tovey

Affiliation: School of Industrial and Systems Engineering
             Georgia Institute of Technology

Host: Professor Judy Goldsmith

Time and Date: 3:00-4:00PM, Friday, February 13, 2015

Location: Marksbury Theater, some refreshments are expected.

Abstract:

Colloquium: Heterogeneous Information-Centric Networking with Named Functions

Title: Heterogeneous Information-Centric Networking with Named Functions

Speaker:   Prof. Christian Tschudin
           University of Basel (Switzerland)

Time: 4:00PM, Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Location: Marksbury Theater

Host: Professor Ken Calvert, Computer Science 

Colloquium: Probabilistic Symbolic Execution

Computer Science Department Colloquium

Title: Probabilistic Symbolic Execution
Speaker: Professor Matthew B. Dwyer
Affiliation: Department of Computer Science and Engineering,
             University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Host: Professor Tingting Yu

Time and Date: 3:00-4:00PM, Friday, September 12, 2014

Location:  Marksbury Theater

Abstract:

colloquium: Towards Intelligent 3D Object Recognition with Heat Diffusion

Towards Intelligent 3D Object Recognition with Heat Diffusion

Yi Fang

Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
New York University
http://www.fanglab.com/

Tuesday May 6
11am-noon
Marksbury Theater

Colloquium: Sacred Space and Ritual Practice in Rural Cyprus: Investigations of the Athienou Archaeological Project

Sacred Space and Ritual Practice in Rural Cyprus: 
Investigations of the Athienou Archaeological Project


Derek B. Counts
Associate Professor of Classical art and archaeology
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Associate Director, Athienou Archaeological Project