The fall term seminar is an opportunity for the CS faculty to share their research activities with the new graduate students. The objective is to expose the students to ongoing research within the department in order to assist the student to identify prospective advisors for their MS and PhD thesis studies. It will also give students exposure to the vast topics of study and research being conducted across the department. A schedule of faculty speakers is provided below.


Class meets mondays, 2:30-3:25 in Baldwin 649.

8/27: Spatio-Temporal Data Analytics and It's applications, Dr. Gowtham Atluri
9/3: No Class, Labor Day
9/10: Journey from Cell phones to Sensor Networks, Dr. Dharma Agarwal
9/17: Expeditions in the High Performance Computing Lab, Dr. Philip A. Wilsey
9/24: Deep Learning NN Approach to 12-lead ECG Recognition problem, Dr. W. G. Wee
10/1: Analysis and Characterization of Epistemic Structure in Text Corpora, Dr. Ali Minai
10/8: Secure Search on Encrypted Data, Dr. Boyang Wang
10/15: Secure Autonomous Systems, Dr. Rajnikant Sharma
10/22: Information-Driven Wireless Multimedia Networking, Dr. Rui Dai
10/29: TBD, Dr. John Franco
11/5: Studying the Human and Social Aspects of Software Engineering, Dr. Nan Niu
11/12: No Class, Veterans Day
11/19: Algorithms for Mining Very Large Graphs, Dr. Raj Bhatnagar
11/26: An introduction to Algorithmic Information Theory, Dr. Badri Vellambi
12/3: Title forcoming, Dr. Xuefu Zhou