Computer Science Seminar Series

Department of Computer Science

Northern Virginia Center, Virginia Tech

Spring 2016, NVC R325, 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
2 1/29 Prof. Michelle Mazurek

Dept. of Computer Science
U. of Maryland

Measuring Password Guessability for an Entire University Abstract
3 2/5 Prof. Paul Delamater Dept. of Geography and
Geoinformation Science
George Mason U.

Estimating Community-level Vaccination Coverage using School-level Data and Population Mobility Information

5 2/16 (Tu) Prof. Chandan Reddy Dept. of Computer Science
Wayne State U.
Mining Critical Events in Longitudinal Data:
Challenges and Opportunities
8 3/11
Spring Break
9 3/15 (Tu) Prof. Xiang Zhang Dept. of EECS
Case Western Reserve U.
Scalable, Robust and Integrative Algorithms for Analyzing Big Network Data Abstract
10 3/22 (Tu) Prof. Heng Huang Dept. of CSE
U. of Texas at Arlington
Large-Scale Structured Sparse Learning with Applications in Imaging Genomics Abstract
11 4/1 Dr. Raimundo DosSantos Engineering Research and
Development Center
Army Corps of Engineers
Methods and Applications of Semantic Storytelling Abstract
12 4/8 Prof. Tom Goldstein Dept. of CS
U. of Maryland
Scalable Methods for Large-scale Machine Learning and Sparse Signal Recovery Abstract
13 4/15 Prof. Neil Spring Dept. of CS
U. of Maryland
The Unexpected Responsiveness of Internet Hosts Abstract

NVC Driving Direction, CS NVC VT, CS Blacksburg
CS BB Seminar, Math Application Seminar(GWU)
VT NVC, Virginia Tech