Computer Science Colloquia

Colloquium: by Joost Vennekens

Colloquium: Representing causal knowledge in CP-logic

Colloquium: Towards Gaining Control Over Big Data

Thursday, Feburary 16, 2012
3:30 p.m. Hardymon Theater Davis Marksbury Building
Refreshments Served 3:00 p.m., Marksbury Atrium

Dr. Michael Gubanov, Stanford University

Colloquium: Recent Results on Temporal Equilibrium Logic

Recent Results on Temporal Equilibrium Logic                                

Wednesday, December 7th, 4 PM

Marksbury Theater

Colloquium: Steampunk to Qubits: Using Technology in the Humanities

Steampunk to Qubits: Using Technology in the Humanities 

Professor Andrew Prescott, Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London

 4 PM, November 16th, Marksbury Theater

Colloquium: Robust Collaborative Trackers: Its Application for Medical and Natural Object Tracking

Collaborative Tracking and Robust Dictionary Learning Using Sparse

Dr. Lin Yang, Biomedical Informatics, University of Kentucky

4 PM Wednesday, February 1st, Davis Marksbury Building Theater

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Colloquium: An Overview of the Smart Grid

An Overview of the Smart Grid
Zongming Fei, Department of Computer Science, UK

Marksbury Auditorium, 4 PM Wednesday, October 12th

A smart grid uses information and communication technology to
make the current power grid more efficient and more reliable,
enable demand response and accommodate renewable and alternative
energy into the grid. This talk will give an overview of the
architecture, components, and key technologies of the Smart
Grid, with a focus on communications and networking technologies

Distinguished Lecture: Dr. Raghu Ramakrishnan

Computer Science Distinguished Lecture
"The Future of Search and Information Discovery"

Dr. Raghu Ramakrishnan, Yahoo! Research

4:00pm Wednesday, 19 October
Marksbury Auditorium

Colloquium: Lessons on Learning and Planning with Compact Domain Models

Dr. Thomas Walsh, Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Arizona

Venue: 220K CRMS

Time: 4:00-5:00pm

Host: Dr. J. Goldsmith      

Colloquium: Artificial Intelligence for Artificial Artificial Intelligence

Peng Dai, Graduate Student, University of Washington Computer Science

Venue:  220K CRMS

Time: 4:00-5:00pm

Host: Professor Goldsmith