Computer Science Seminar Series

Department of Computer Science

Northern Virginia Center, Virginia Tech

Spring 2009
(08, 09S,09F, 10S, 10F, 11S, 11F, 12S, 12F, 13S, 13F, 14S, 14F,15S,15F,
16S, 16F, 17S, 17F, 18S,18F,19S,19F,20S,20F,21S,21F,22S)

Week Date Speaker Affiliation Topic Abs & Bio
2 1/30 Prof. Jyh-Ming Lien CS Dept., George Mason U. Computing 3D Minkowski Sum Boundary and Its Applications Abstract
3 2/6 Prof. Mohamed Eltoweissy ECE Dept., Virginia Tech Towards Evolvable, Elastic and Trustworthy Networking Abstract
4 2/13 Dr. Ming-Jiun Yu National Heart Lung and Blood Institute, NIH Strategic Bioinformatics for Biology Abstract
5 2/20 Prof. Dimitris E. Ioannou

ECE Dept.,
George Mason University

Silicon-on-Insulator, nanoCMOS and the Emergence of Nanoelectronics Abstract
7 3/6 Prof. Li Chen CS IT Dept., U. of District of Columbia

Algorithms and Complexity: Recent Development

8 3/13 (Spring Break)      
9 3/20

Prof. Nicholas Stone

Virginia Tech Social Network Abstract
10 3/27 Prof. Lamine Mili ECE Dept., Virginia Tech Resilient and Sustainable Electric Power and Communications Infrastructures Abstract
11 4/3 Dr. Yang Huang Computational Biology Branch, NCBI, NLM, NIH

Graph theoretical approach to study eQTL: A case study of Plasmodium falciparum

14 4/24 Prof. Yongwu Rong Mathematics Dept., George Washington U.

Computational Complexity for Boolean Networks

15 5/1 Prof. Huzefa Rangwala CS Dept., George Mason U.

String Kernels for Structure Prediction

16 7/29 Prof. David Wai-lok Cheung CS Dept, U. of Hong Kong Secure Computation on Encrypted Database Abstract

NVC Driving Direction, CS NVC VT, CS Blacksburg

CS BB Seminar, Math Application Seminar(GWU)

VT NVC, Virginia Tech