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Events Calendar

01 Dec
Academic Calendar
Sunday, 12/01/2019 (All day)

Thanksgiving Break

No Classes

University OPEN

02 Dec
Academic Calendar
Monday, 12/02/2019 (All day)

Classes resume

02 Dec
Special Event
Computer Science Building, Room 150/151
Monday, 12/02/2019 11:45am to 1:25pm

Lunch available at 11:45 a.m.

Meeting begins at noon

02 Dec
Ph.D. Thesis Defense
A311 LGRC
Monday, 12/02/2019 1:30pm to 3:30pm

Human faces represent not only a challenging recognition problem for computer vision, but are also an important source of information about identity, intent, and state of mind. These properties make the analysis of faces...

02 Dec
Data Science Tea
Computer Science Building, Room 150 & 151
Monday, 12/02/2019 4:00pm to 5:00pm

The actions of individuals can be discriminatory with respect to certain protected attributes, such as race or gender. Recently, discrimination has become a focal concern in artificial decision-making systems. These...

02 Dec
Seminar
Integrative Learning Center, Communication Hub (3rd floor)
Monday, 12/02/2019 4:00pm to 5:00pm

Abstract:  The tech backlash is in full force, and it's rapidly becoming conventional wisdom that social media is polarizing our politics, abusing our attention, misinforming our democracy and damaging our emotional...

03 Dec
Ph.D. Dissertation Proposal Defense
A311 LGRC
Tuesday, 12/03/2019 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Modern video players employ complex algorithms to adapt the bitrate of the video that is shown to the user. Bitrate adaptation requires a tradeoff between reducing the probability that the video freezes (rebuffers) and...

03 Dec
Security Seminar
Computer Science, Room 151
Tuesday, 12/03/2019 2:30pm to 3:30pm

Although distributed consensus has been studied by for three decades, they were not deployed at a large scale until decentralized cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. In this talk, I will explain why the classical theoretical...

03 Dec
Theory Seminar
Computer Science Building, Room 140
Tuesday, 12/03/2019 4:00pm to 5:00pm

Abstract: We prove that any language that can be recognized by a randomized algorithm (with possibly a two-sided error) that runs in space O(S) and always terminates can be recognized by a deterministic algorithm running...

03 Dec
Rising Stars
Computer Science Building, Room 150/151
Tuesday, 12/03/2019 4:00pm to 5:00pm

Abstract:

Detecting concurrency bugs can be challenging due to the intricacies associated with their manifestation. These intricacies correspond to identifying the methods that need to be invoked concurrently, the...

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