Dr. Yinzhi Cao of Columbia Univ. will give a talk on ‘Enhancing System Security and Privacy with Program Analysis’ from 12:00-1:00pm on Tuesday, 31 March 2015 in room ITE 325b at UMBC
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
Jeremy Spilman of Taplink will talk about Blind Hashing, a new way to secure
passwords against offline attack, 11-12 Fri. 3/27 in MP101 at UMBC
Dr. Fei Liu from CMU will talk on ‘Summarizing Information in Big Data: Algorithms and Applications’ at Noon on Friday, March 27 in ITE325b at UMBC
Prof. Chuan Yue from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs will talk on ‘Towards Large-Scale Measurement of Vulnerabilities and Design of Usable New Systems’ at Noon on Monday March 23 in ITE325b at UMBC.
UMBC’s Graduate Research Conference Program (GRC) will be held on campus on Wednesday, March 25, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. There will be a variety of presentations for faculty and students (both graduate and undergraduate). Featured events include professional development workshops, a keynote panel, and a research information fair. Twenty-eight CSEE graduate students will describe their research in oral […]
Huy VO (NYU) will talk on ‘Visual Exploration of Big Urban Data’ at Noon on Thur. March 12 in ITE325b at UMBC.
Prof. Adam Bargteil of the Univ. of Utah talk on Physics, Simulation, and Computer Animation at 12:00pm on Monday, March 9, 2015 in room ITE325b at UMBC
Michael Paul from JHU will talk about his research on Topic Modeling with Structured Priors for Text-Driven Science at Noon on Monday, 2 March 2015 in room ITE 325 at UMBC.
Two senior Amazon technical staff will talk on practical topics, including web performance optimization and cloud computing with AWS from 4:00pm to 6:30pm on Tue. March 3 in the UC Ballroom at UMBC.
Christopher Swartz will present his Ph.D. dissertation proposal, User Identification in Wireless Networks, at 9am on Friday, February 27 in ITE325b.