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

tutorial: Design, Analysis and Security of Automotive Networks, 2pm 4/29

Sekar Kulandaivel will present a tutorial on the Design, Analysis and Security of Automotive Networks from 2:00-3:30 on Friday, 29 April 2016, in ITE325b at UMBC.

talk: Medical Epistemology: A Gerontologist’s Perspective, 3pm Wed 4/27

Dr. John D. Sorkin of UMD School of Medicine on big:data and medicine: Medical Epistemology: A Gerontologist’s Perspective, 3pm Wed. April 27, UMBC, ITE325b

talk: Securing the Cloud: The Need for Quantum Network Security, 11:15am 4/22 UMBC

Prof. Brian Kelley of the University of Texas at San Antonio talks on Securing the Cloud: The Need for Quantum Network Security at 11:15 on Friday 22 April 2016, in ITE227 at UMBC

talk: Statistical Methods for Integration and Analysis of Opinionated Text, 4/21

Prof ChengXiang Zhai (UIUC), Statistical Methods for Integration and Analysis of Opinionated Text Data, 10:00am Thursday 21 April 2016, ITE 459, UMBC.

talk: IoT Device Security Research at Morgan State University, 12pm Fri 4/15

Prof. Kevin Kornegay (Morgan State) talks at UMBC on IoT Device Security Research at Morgan State University
, Noon Fri. April 15, 2016

talk: Firmware Instruction Identification using Side-Channel Power Analysis

Deepak Krishnankutty on Firmware Instruction Identification using Side-Channel Power Analysis, 11:15am-12:30pm, Friday, April 8, 2016, ITE 237, UMBC

talk: Visualizing (Scientific) Simulations, 12pm 4/4, UMBC

Prof. Josh Levine (Clemson) talks on Visualizing (Scientific) Simulations with Geometric and Topological Features at Noon on Monday, 4 April 2016 in ITE 325b at UMBC

talk: Reverse Engineering of Dynamic Regulatory Networks from Morphological Data, 11am 4/7

NOTE CHANGE OF TIME: Prof. Daniel Lobo, Reverse Engineering of Dynamic Regulatory Networks from Morphological Experimental Data, 11:00am Thursday 7 April 2016

talk: Down the rabbit hole: An Android system call study, 10:30 Mon 3/28

Phd student Prajit Kumar Das talks about his research on detecting Android malware by analyzing system calls.

talk: Probabilistic Modeling of Socio-Behavioral Interactions, 12p 3/24

Arti Ramesh talks on A Probabilistic Approach to Modeling Socio-Behavioral Interactions, Noon Thursday, 24 March 2016, ITE325b