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Past Seminars

Oct

22

2014

David Smith David Smith-Detecting and Modeling Text Reuse for Inferring Social Networks

David Smith

Northeastern University

WHERE: 117 I/J Cushing Hall
FROM: 11:00AM TO 12:00PM

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Oct

16

2014

Walter Scheirer - Perceptual Annotation: Measuring Human Vision to Improve Computer Vision

Walter Scheirer

Harvard University

WHERE: 356 Fitzpatrick
FROM: 3:30PM TO 5:00PM

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Oct

10

2014

Douglas Eck Recommendation in a Streaming Music Service: What Do Users Really Want

Douglas Eck

Google Research

WHERE: 155 DeBartolo Hall
FROM: 5:00PM TO 7:00PM

Douglas Eck, staff research scientist at Google Research, will discuss opportunities for internships in Mountain View. He will present an overview of work done at Google to tackle the problem of music recommendation in a streaming music service.

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Oct

2

2014

CSE Seminar Series -Title Semantic Link Predication for Drug Discovery

Ying Ding

Indiana University

WHERE: 356 Fitzpatrick
FROM: 3:30PM TO 5:00PM

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Sep

25

2014

CSE Seminart Series - From Clutter to Clarity: Toward Effective Analysis, Exploration and Visualization of Big Flow Data

Chaoli Wang

University of Notre Dame

WHERE: 356 Fitzpatrick
FROM: 3:30PM TO 5:00PM

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Sep

18

2014

CSE Seminar Series - Modeling Human Language Using Strings, Trees, and Graphs

David Chiang

University of Notre Dame

WHERE: 356 Fitzpatrick
FROM: 3:30PM TO 5:00PM

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Sep

11

2014

CSE Seminar Series - Towards Information Distillation in Social Sensing and Beyond

Dong Wang

University of Notre Dame

WHERE: 356 Fitzpatrick
FROM: 3:30PM TO 5:00PM

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Sep

4

2014

CSE Seminar Series - Behavioral Economics and Privacy Decision Making: Implications for Privacy Notice and Choice

Idris Adjerid

University of Notre Dame

WHERE: 356 Fitzpatrick
FROM: 3:30PM TO 5:00PM

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Aug

28

2014

CSE Seminar Series - The Future is Open - How Community-Based Engineering Accelerates the Pace of Innovation

Cole Crawford

Open Compute Project Foundation

WHERE: 356 Fitzpatrick
FROM: 3:30PM TO 5:00PM

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May

1

2014

CSE Seminar Series - Can Cascades Be Predicted?

Jure Leskovec

Stanford University

WHERE: 129 DeBartolo
FROM: 3:30PM TO 5:00PM

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Apr

24

2014

CSE Seminar Series - Interactive Visualization of Diversity in Large Multivariate Data Sets

Ronald A. Metoyer

Oregon State University

WHERE: 129 DeBartolo
FROM: 3:30PM TO 5:00PM

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Apr

17

2014

CSE Seminar Series - Graduate Student Awards Ceremony

CSE Graduate Students

WHERE: TBD
FROM: 3:30PM TO 5:00PM

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Apr

10

2014

CSE Seminar Series - No seminar this week

NA

WHERE: 129 DeBartolo
FROM: 3:30PM TO 5:00PM

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Mar

27

2014

Katie Siek CSE Seminar Series - If You Build It

Katie Siek

IU

WHERE: 129 DeBartolo
FROM: 3:30PM TO 5:00PM

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Mar

20

2014

M. Zubair Shafiq CSE Seminar Series - Big Data Measurement and Analytics for Networking and Security Systems

M. Zubair Shafiq

Michigan State University

WHERE: 129 DeBartolo
FROM: 3:30PM TO 5:00PM

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Mar

6

2014

CSE Seminar Series - Matching Non-Uniformity for Program Optimizations on Heterogeneous Many-Core Systems

Bo Wu

The College of William and Mary

WHERE: 129 DeBartolo
FROM: 3:30PM TO 5:00PM

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Feb

27

2014

CSE Seminar Series - Opinion Mining for the Internet: Models, Algorithms and Predictive Analytics

Arjun Mukherjee

University of Illinois at Chicago

WHERE: 129 DeBartolo
FROM: 3:30PM TO 5:00PM

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Feb

20

2014

CSE Seminar Series - Cascades in Complex Networks

Paulo Shakarian

U.S. Military Academy-West Point

WHERE: 129 DeBartolo
FROM: 3:30PM TO 5:00PM

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Feb

13

2014

CSE Seminar Series - Assured Information Distillation in Social Sensing

Dong Wang

UIUC

WHERE: 129 DeBartolo
FROM: 3:30PM TO 5:00PM

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Feb

6

2014

CSE Seminar Series - Efficient Systems Design and Management for Big Data Processing

Weikuan Yu

Auburn University

WHERE: 129 DeBartolo Hall
FROM: 3:30PM TO 5:00PM

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