Talks

Upcoming and recent talks for the UMBC CSEE Department

  • Mailing list: To get announcements of new talks by email, subscribe to CSEE colloquium mailing list
  • Location: Most talks are in the Information Technology and Engineering (ITE) building, often in our Department's conference room (ITE 325b) or one of the classrooms on the second floor (e.g., ITE 227)
  • Directions and parking:See the visiting page
  • For more information: Call the Department office at 410-455-3500 or email talks at csee.umbc.edu

talk, Chaitan Baru: NSF Big Data/Data Science Programs 10am 2/12

Chaitan Baru of NSF’s Big Data/Data Science Programs will talk on Big Data/Data Science Programs at NSF at 10am Friday February 12 at UMBC

talk: Neural circuit deconvolution approach to study motivated behavior

Dr. Joseph Cheer of the University of Maryland School of Medicine talks on A Neural Circuit Deconvolution Approach to Study Motivated Behavior at 11am Wed., 3 Feb 2016, ITE325b, UMBC

talk postponed: NSF Big Data/Data Science Programs

The talk by Chaitan Baru of NSF’s Big Data/Data Science Programs, scheduled for Thu. Jan 28 has been postponed

talk: cMix: Anonymization by High-Performance Scalable Mixing, Fri 1/29

UMBC PhD student Farid Javani talks on cMix: Anonymization by High-Performance Scalable Mixing at 11:15am Friday, 29 January 2016 in ITE231 at UMBC

Alexa, get my coffee: Using the Amazon Echo in Research

Megan Zimmerman will describe work on using Amazon Echo as an interface to personal assistant agents at 10:30am Monday, 7 December 2015 in ITE 346 at UMBC

talk: Engineering Notes on Homomorphic Private Information Retrieval, 11:15 Fri 12/4

Russ Fink talks on Engineering Notes on Homomorphic Private Information Retrieval, 11:15am-12:30pm, Friday, 4 December 4 2015, ITE 231

talk: Addressing Energy & Big Data Challenges in Microgrids, 1pm 12/4

UMBC Prof. Ting Zhu talks on Addressing Energy and Big Data Challenges in Microgrids, 1pm Fri Dec 4, UMBC

MS defense, Budhraja: Neuroevolution-Based Inverse Reinforcement Learning

Karan K. Budhraja defends his MS thesis, Neuroevolution-Based Inverse Reinforcement Learning, at 9:00am on Wed. Dec. 2 in ITE346 at UMBC

PhD defense: R. Holder, Plan Adaptation Through Offline Analysis of Potential Plan Disruptors

Robert H. Holder, III defends his Ph.D. dissertation, Rapid Plan Adaptation Through Offline Analysis of Potential Plan Disruptors, at 9:00am on Wednesday, 9 December 2015 in ITE 325b at UMBC

talk: User Generated Passwords on 3×3 vs. 4×4 Grid Sizes for Android

Adam Aviv (USNA) talks about his research on the effectiveness of Android’s graphical authentication mechanism, 1pm Tue Dec 1, Information Systems, ITE 459, UMBC