Graduate Seminar Schedule

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Date Title Presenter
11/29/2006 Data Mining: Introduction, Techniques, and Applications Hui Yang , Ph.D., SFSU CS
11/15/2006 Timbre and Gesture Management in Interactive Improvisation Bill Hsu, Ph.D., SFSU CS
11/08/2006 Interactive Intelligent Computing Kaz Okada, Ph.D., SFSU CS/CCLS
11/01/2006 An Overview of Medical Imaging Algorithms Romain Moreau-Gobard, Project Manager at Siemens
10/25/2006 Specialized File Systems for the Unix Kernel Gerard J. Cerchio
10/18/2006 Mining Image Date to Support Pharmaceutical Research Robert E. Dunkle, President A.B.E.S
10/11/2006 Future Trends in Supercomputing Performance Dan Gunter, Lawrence Berkeley National Labs
10/04/2006 On-Line Science: The world-wide Telescope as a Prototype for the Ne Computational Science Jim Gray, Microsoft's eScience Group
09/27/2006 Machine Learning in Life Sciences Buturovic Ljubomir, San Francisco State University
09/20/2006 Modeling Andness and Orness Jozo Dujmovic
09/13/2006 Overview of New Graduate Program and other new initiatives at SFSU Computer Science Department Dragutin Petkovic, San Francisco State University
04/26/2006 Q&A Session with the Creator of Firefox Blake Ross, Mozilla Corporation
04/19/2006 A Scientific Approach to Everyday Decision Jozo Dujmovic
04/12/2006 Subsisting in a World of Property: How Law Makes and Breaks Free Software Lawrence Rosen
03/29/2006 A Code Migration Framework for AJAX Applications Arno Puder
03/22/2006 Building & Running Large-Scale Online Systems for Financial Services Joachim Kainz
03/15/2006 Large-Scale Analysis of Biological and Chemical Data Yimeng Dou, University of California - Irvine
03/08/2006 The Future of Ideas Lawrence Lessig, Professor of Stanford Law School
03/01/2006 Edgewrite: A Versatile Design for Accessible Text Entry Jacod O. Wobbrock
02/22/2006 PocketPad: Bridging the Paper-Electronic Divide in a Mobile World Dr. Lank
02/15/2006 When Gossip is Good: Distributed Inference for Network Intrusion Detection Eve M. Schooler Senior Research Scientist Intel Research/CTL
02/08/2006 Overview of New Graduate Program and other new initiatives at SFSU Computer Science Department Dragutin Petkovic, San Francisco State University