Computer Science Seminar Series

Department of Computer Science

Northern Virginia Center, Virginia Tech

Fall 2014, NVC R207, 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
4 9/19 Prof. Esam El-Araby EECS Dept.
Catholic University of America
The Three P’s of High-Performance Reconfigurable Computing Abstract
5 9/26 Prof. Kai Zeng ECE Dept.
George Mason U.
Securing Wireless Networks by Exploiting Physical Layer Characteristics Abstract
6 10/3 Prof. Bert Huang Dept. of Computer Science
U. of Maryland

Probabilistic Soft Logic

8 10/17 Prof. Elaine Shi

Dept. of Computer Science
U. of Maryland

Practical Oblivious Computation Abstract
10 10/31 Prof. Bei Xiao Dept. of Computer Science
American University

Understanding Perceptual Dimensions of Object Material Properties

11 11/7 Prof. Jianhui Zhou Department of Statistics
University of Virginia

Variable Selection for Censored Quantile Regression

12 11/14 Prof. Yanfang Ye CSEE Dept.
West Virginia University
Intelligent Malware Detection by Applying Data Mining Techniques Abstract
13 11/21 Prof. Setareh Rafatirad

Applied Information Technology Department
George Mason University

R-Ontology for Image Annotation

14 11/28
Thanksgiving holiday
15 12/5 Prof. Erion Plaku EECS Dept.
Catholic University of America
Enhancing the Autonomy of Robotic Systems Operating in Complex Domains Abstract


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