Colloquium with Ken Birman, Cornell University

ITE 336 438 Whitney Road Extension, Unit 1006, Storrs, CT

Please join us for the Inaugural lecture in the CSE 30th Anniversary Colloquium Series.The History of Research on Fault Tolerance and Consistency in Computing Systems: Past, Present and a Glimpse of the FutureMy research explores techniques for ensuring that distributed computing systems (today we call them cloud computing) can function despite crashes, and guarantee consistency:  not exhibit […]

CSE Colloquium: Peter Y. A. Ryan

ITE 336 438 Whitney Road Extension, Unit 1006, Storrs, CT

Peter Y A Ryan University of LuxembourgAbstract  A simple way to achieve a degree of verifiability and ballot privacy is to provide each voter with a unique, private tracking number. Votes are posted on a bulletin board in the clear along with their tracking number. Thus voters can visit the WBB confirm that there is […]

Info Session “How to Ace a Technical Interview”

ITE 336 438 Whitney Road Extension, Unit 1006, Storrs, CT

Don’t Leave Your Career to Chance!Join us for an Info Session on “How to Ace a Technical Interview”Learn from TripAdvisor engineers how to prepare for a software development technical interview so that you’ll feel confident in handling any question that comes your way. Presented by: TripAdvisorWhen: Friday, September 11thTime: 11amLocation: ITEB 336Lunch will be served from […]

CSE Colloquium: Eugene Eberbach

ITE 336 438 Whitney Road Extension, Unit 1006, Storrs, CT

A Uniform Approach to Automatic Problem Solving in the Context of Process Calculi of Self-modifying Algorithms and Bounded Rational Agents Eugene Eberbach, Ph.D., D.Sc., Professor of Practice Dept. of Engineering and Science, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 275 Windsor Street, Hartford, CT 06120 www.ewp.rpi.edu/~eberbe Abstract The never ending dream of universal problem solving methods resurrect throughout all […]

CSE Colloquium: Ahmed Al-Kattan

ITE 336 438 Whitney Road Extension, Unit 1006, Storrs, CT

Evolutionary Computation: Theory and Practice - A Commercial Perspective

CSE Colloquium: Omkant Pandey

ITE 336 438 Whitney Road Extension, Unit 1006, Storrs, CT

Deterministic Encryption Beyond Search Queries In deterministic public-key encryption (D-PKE), the encryption function is deterministic so that there is a unique ciphertext for every plaintext. This property makes D-PKE attractive to several applications, particularly those where binary search over encrypted data is critical. However, it also means that meaningful security can only be guaranteed for […]

Subbarao Kambhampati: Challenges of Human-in-the-Loop Planning & Decision Support

ITE 336 438 Whitney Road Extension, Unit 1006, Storrs, CT

Challenges of Human-in-the-Loop Planning & Decision Support  Subbarao Kambhampati Arizona State University  Abstract: Endowing  an automated agent with  the ability to "plan" -- i.e., convert its high-level goals into an executable course of action -- has been a long-standing quest in Artificial Intelligence.  For much of the history of automated planning, the dominant research theme […]

Beyond Experts and Engineering: Exploiting Data for Automated Control

ITE 336 438 Whitney Road Extension, Unit 1006, Storrs, CT

Martha WhitePh.D. candidateUniversity of Alberta Date: February 21, 2014 Time: 1pm – 2pmPlace: ITEB 336Talk Title: Beyond experts and engineering: exploiting data for automated control Abstract: There are many opportunities to automate real-world control problems, based on the increase of data capture and storage, coupled with recent advances in machine learning. For example, in control of wind […]

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