Upcoming Events

Events Scheduled for the Next Three Months:

Thursday, April 24, 8:30am to 5pm, CIT 368
IPP Symposium - Social Computing
IPP Symposium - Social Computing
Host: Jeff Huang and the Industrial Partners Program

Thursday, April 24, 12pm to 1pm, Lubrano Conference Room
NSA Surveillance and What To Do About It
Bruce Schneier, Fellow, Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Harvard Law School
Host: Bernardo Palazzi and John Savage

Friday, April 25, 12pm to 1pm, CIT 368
Conceptual Design of Software
Daniel Jackson, Software Design Group, CSAIL, MIT
Host: Shriram Krishnamurthi

Friday, April 25, 12pm to 1pm, Swig Boardroom (CIT 241)
Post-transcriptional gene networks in brain tumors
Dr. Luiz Penalva, UTHSCSA

Monday, April 28, 4pm to 5pm, Barus & Holley, Room 190
Architectural Support for Virtual Memory on Next-Generation Heterogeneous Systems with Memory-Intensive Workloads
Abhishek Bhattacharjee, Rutgers University
Host: Iris Bahar

Tuesday, April 29, 3pm to 4pm, CIT 506
Anti-Caching and the Use of Non-Volatile Memory in OLTP Databases
Thesis Proposal
Justin DeBrabant
Host: Stan Zdonik

Tuesday, April 29, 6pm to 7pm, Salomon Center Room 001
Screening of the Film "Robot and Frank"
Screening of the Film "Robot and Frank"
Host: Chad Jenkins, Michael Littman, and Bertram Malle/HCRI

Wednesday, April 30, 10:30am to 11:30am, Lubrano Conference Room
Byzantine Computability and Combinatorial Topology
Thesis Proposal
Hammurabi Mendes
Host: Maurice Herlihy

Wednesday, April 30, 12pm to 1pm, Barus & Holley, Room 190
On Educational Robots and Embodied Particularities of Interaction
Morana Alac, University of California, San Diego
Host: Bertram Malle/HCRI

Wednesday, April 30, 4pm to 5pm, Swig Boardroom (CIT 241)
Discovering somatic variation in cancer genomes using whole-genome sequencing
Peter Park, Harvard Medical School
Host: Erica Larschan
This is part of the CCMB Seminar Series

Thursday, May 1, 12pm to 1pm, CIT 368
Synthesis and Security in a World of Devices and Services
Ben Zorn, RiSE group, Microsoft Research, Redmond
Host: Shriram Krishnamurthi

Thursday, May 1, 4pm to 5pm, CIT 368
Towards theoretical models of natural inputs: aiming to bridge the Theory/AI divide
Distinguished Lecture Series
Avrim Blum, Carnegie Mellon University
Host: Philip Klein

Monday, May 12, 9am to 6pm, Warren Alpert Medical School Building
CCMB Symposium - Modern Genomic Approaches to Heritable Disease

Thursday, June 5, 12pm to 1pm, Lubrano Conference Room
The optimistic principle applied to function optimization and planning
Remi Munos, INRIA
Host: Michael Littman