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: Chaum’s Protocol for Detecting Man-in-the-Middle, 12pm Fri 1/30

Chaum’s Protocol for Detecting Man-in-the-Middle: Explanation, Demonstration, and Timing Studies for a Text-Messaging Scenario Prof. Alan T. Sherman UMBC Cyber Defense Lab 12-1pm Friday, 30 January 2015, ITE 228, UMBC We explain, demonstrate, and evaluate Chaum’s 2006 protocol for detecting a Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) of text-messaging network communications. MitM attacks pose serious risks to many network […]

Phd proposal: Zhang on Brain Network Visualization Techniques

PhD Dissertation Proposal Design and Validation of Brain Network Visualization Techniques: A Unified Approach Guohao Zhang Time and Place: 8:00-10:00am, 22 Jan 22 2015, ITE325 We propose a unified approach to understand why and how visualization works, motivated by scientists’ difficulties in obtaining insights from increasingly complex data that involves multi-modality brain networks from structural […]

talk: Measuring Visual Perceptions of Security, 10am Fri 1/16, UMBC

Professor Adam J. Aviv of the United States Naval Academy will give a talk on ‘Measuring Visual Perceptions of Security’ at 10am on Fri. Jan 16 in the UMBC Information Systems Dept., room 459 in the ITE building.

MS defense: Epileptic Seizure Detection using Symbolic Aggregate Approximation and Bag of Patterns

UMBC graduate student Sidharth Allani will defend his MS thesis, SAX-BOP: Epileptic Seizure Detection using Symbolic Aggregate Approximation and Bag of Patterns, at 1:00pm on Friday, December 12 in room 325b of the ITE building at UMBC.

talk: Increasing Base-Station Anonymity in Wireless Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks, 1:15pm Wed 11/12

Professor Mohamed Younis of UMBC will present a research talk on Increasing Base-Station Anonymity in Wireless Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks at 1:15pm on Wednesday, 12 Nov. 2014 in room 325b in the ITE building at UMBC.

talk: R. Balu on Quantum Probabilistic Logic Programming, 2:30pm Tue 10/28, ITE 325b

Dr. Radhakrishnan Balu of the Army Research Laboratory will talk on ‘Quantum Probabilistic Logic Programming’ at 2:30pm on Tuesday, 28 October 2014 in room 325b of the ITE building at UMBC.

Inside Look at Grad School & Summer Research: How to Prepare, Get Accepted, and Succeed.

If you are interested in going on to graduate school after graduation, either directly or later, and either full-time and part time, you might attend the following workshop on Monday, October 27. An Inside Look at Graduate School & Summer Research: How to Prepare, Get Accepted, and Succeed Evelyn S. Erenrich, PhD Asst Dean, Rutgers […]

Talk: Embodied Interaction: Systems, Experiments, Models 1pm 10/10 ITE325

Prof. Rob St. Amant from North Carolina State Univ. talks on ‘Embodied Interaction: Systems, Experiments, Model’ at UMBC at 1:00pm on Friday Oct. 10 in room 325b in the ITE Building.

talk: How to program the D-Wave quantum annealing computer, 2:30 Tue 9/9

UMBC Quantum Computation Seminar How to program the D-Wave Quantum Annealing Computer? Omar Shehab 2:30-4:00 pm, Tuesday, 9 September 2014, ITE 325B In this tutorial session, we will give a gentle introduction to the programming model of the D-Wave Quantum Annealing Computer. The implementations of a number of programs will be demonstrated. Mapping of generic […]

PhD Defense, E. Birrane on Virtual Circuit Provisioning in Challenged Sensor Internetworks: with Application to the Solar System Internet, 10am Mon 8/11

Ed Birrane will defend his Ph.D. dissertation, Virtual Circuit Provisioning in Challenged Sensor Internetworks: with Application to the Solar System Internet, at 10:00am on Monday August 11, 2014 in room 325b of the ITE building at UMBC.