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Computer Science Department Distinguished Lecture Series
Towards Sentient Chips: Self-Awareness Through On-Chip Sensemaking
Nikil Dutt
University of California, Irvine
Monday, February 23 | 12:45pm | Stuart Building 113
In this talk, Dutt presented the concept of Cyberphysical-Systems-on-Chip (CPSoC), a new class of sensor-actuator-rich, many-core computing platforms that intrinsically couple on-chip and cross-layer sensing and actuation to enable self-awareness. More»
Computer Science
Distinguished Lecture Series
A Versatile Storage System for Future Networking Architecture
Xiaohua Jia
City University of Hong Kong
Friday, March 13 | 12:45pm | Stuart Building 111
In this talk, Jia suggests a global storage system as the infrastructure of the Internet. With this approach, users would store their own data and social relations; effectively, the ownership of users' data and users' social relations is returned back to the users. More»
Computer Science
Distinguished Lecture Series
Holographic Algorithms and Classification of Counting Problems
Jin-Yi Cai
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Monday, March 23 | 12:45pm | Stuart Building 111
Cai will describe some recent advances in the study of counting problems. This includes Valiant's holographic algorithms and a number of complexity dichotomy theorems. More»
Computer Science
Distinguished Lecture Series
Translating Videos to Natural Language Using Deep Recurrent Neural Networks
Raymond Mooney
University of Texas at Austin
Thursday, April 16 | 12:45pm | Stuart Building 111
Mooney's recent research has focused on learning for natural-language processing, statistical relational learning, active transfer learning, and connecting language, perception and action. More»
Computer Science
Distinguished Lecture Series
Raymond Mooney - University of Texas at Austin
Apr 16, 12:45pm to 1:45pm
Computer Science - Distinguished Lecture Series - Stuart Building 111
Raymond J. Mooney is a professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Texas at Austin. He received his Ph.D. in 1988 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is the author of over 150 published research papers, primarily in the areas of machine learning and... read more
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Apr 16