Computer Science Colloquium, 2006-2007
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List of Talks (Fall semester)
- Wednesday, November 1, 14:00:
Boaz Patt-Shamir, Tel
Trust, Collaboration and Recommendations in Peer-to-Peer Systems
- Wednesday, November 8, 14:00:
University of Haifa.
Metrical routing in ad hoc networks
Wednesday, November 15, 14:00:
Michal Armoni, Weizmann Institute.
On Computer Science Education: The Case of Reductive Thinking
Wednesday, November 22, 14:00:
Yoav Schechner, Technion.
Statistics in Hybrid Imaging
- Wednesday, November 29, 14:00:
Original talk was postponed.
- Wednesday, December 6, 14:00:
Yuval Shavitt, Tel Aviv University.
- Wednesday, December 13, 14:00:
Michal Feldman, Hebrew
Selfishness and Incentives in Networked Systems
- Wednesday, December 20, 14:00:
Yaron Kanza, University of
Protecting privacy without misleading users, in the realm of XML
Wednesday, December 27, 14:00:
Moshe Babaioff, UC
Selfish Agents and Approximation Mechanisms
- Wednesday, January 3, 14:00:
- Wednesday, January 10, 14:00:
Gal Elidan, Stanford
Probabilistic Shape for Outlining
Wednesday, January 17, 14:00:
Google Haifa, and Center for Computational Biology and
Bioinformatics, Columbia University.
Comparing Protein Structures
List of Talks (Spring semester)
- Wednesday, February 28, 14:00:
Institute for Advanced Studies.
Expander Graphs - Constructions and Applications (part of the CRI
Distinguished Lecture Series in Mathematics & Computer Science)
- Wednesday, March 7, 14:00:
Tzvika Hartman, Bar Ilan University and CRI
- Wednesday, March 14, 14:00:
Lopez-Ortiz, University of Waterloo
On the Separation and Equivalence of Paging Strategies: LRU is the sole
- Wednesday, March 21, 14:00:
Danny Keren, University of Haifa
- Wednesday, March 28, 14:00:
Rob van Stee,
On the online unit clustering
- Wednesday, April 18, 14:00:
David Hardoon, University College, London
Stimuli to Drive fMRI Analysis
- Wednesday, May 9, 14:00:
Shaul Markovitch, Technion
Computer: Enhancing Learning Algorithms with Wikipedia-Based Feature
- Wednesday, May 16, 14:00:
(a talk in the Seventh Haifa Workshop
on Interdisciplinary Applications of Graph Theory, Combinatorics, and
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
- Wednesday, June 6, 14:00:
Tal Garfinkel, Stanford
VMM Based Approaches to
Enhancing Security in Commodity Systems
- Wednesday, June 13, 14:00:
Agent based Human Robot Interaction
- Wednesday, June 27, 14:00:
Dan S. Nau
Accident or Intention: That Is the Question (in the Noisy Iterated
University of Haifa Computer Science Colloquium,
benny at cs.haifa.ac.il.
Last modified: June 26, 2007.