Computer Science Seminar Series

Department of Computer Science

Northern Virginia Center, Virginia Tech

Fall 2012, NVC325, Friday 1-2PM
(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
3 9/14 Prof. Michael Clarkson CS Department
George Washington University

Civitas: Coercion-Resistant Remote Voting

5 9/28 Prof. Timothy Wood

CS Department
George Washington University

Using Platform Diversity to Improve Performance and Lower Cost in the Cloud Abstract
6 10/5 Prof. Damon McCoy Department of Computer Science
George Mason University
Notes from the Field: Understanding and Intervening on Cybercrime from a Social and Economic Viewpoint Abstract
7 10/12 Prof. Jyh-Ming Lien Department of Computer Science
George Mason University
Decomposition, Approximation and Reconstruction of Shapes Abstract
9 10/26 Prof. Li Chen

Dept. of CS & IT
U. of the District of Columbia

Some Trends and Developments of Bigdata Abstract
10 11/2 Prof. Yotam Gingold Dept. of Computer Science
George Mason University
Geometric Modeling for Humans Abstract
11 11/9 Prof. Leah Findlater College of Information Studies
University of Maryland
In Search of Touch-Typing Touchscreen Keyboards Abstract
12 11/16 Prof. Guoqiang Yu ECE Department
Virginia Tech
Asymmetric Independence Model to Identify Interactions in Complex Diseases Abstract
13 11/23
Thanksgiving holiday
14 11/30 Dr. Jiangzhuo Chen Virginia Bioinformatics Institute
Virginia Tech
Indemics: An Interactive High Performance, High Productivity Computing Framework for Data Intensive Epidemic Modeling Abstract
15 12/7 Prof. Jiang (Leo) Li Dept. of Systems and Computer Science, Howard University
Scheduling in a Cell of Pigeon Networks (Pilot Study)

NVC Driving Direction, CS NVC VT, CS Blacksburg

CS BB Seminar, Math Application Seminar(GWU)

VT NVC, Virginia Tech