Computer Science Seminar Series

Department of Computer Science

Northern Virginia Center, Virginia Tech

Spring 2013, NVC R325, Friday 1-2PM
(05-08, 09S, 09F, 10S, 10F, 11S, 11F, 12S, 12F, 13S,
13F, 14S, 14F, 15S, 15F)

Week Date Speaker Affiliation Topic Abs & Bio
4 2/15 Dr. Kun-Feng Wu Federal Highway Administration Screening Naturalistic Driving Study Data for Crash Surrogates Abstract
5 2/19(Tu) Dr. Marten van Dijk Dept. of Computer Science
MIT
Secure Computation on Encrypted Data Abstract
6 3/1 Dr. Jin-Hee Cho U.S. Army Research Laboratory Impact of Trust on Performance and Security Abstract
7 3/5(Tu) Prof. Zhu Han Electrical and Computer Engineering
U. of Houston
Bayesian Nonparametric Learning for Network Security Abstract
8 3/15
Spring Break
9 3/19(Tu) Prof. Guiling Wang Dept. of Computer Science
New Jersey Institute of Technology
On-road Localization and Data Dissemination in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks Abstract
10 3/27(W) Prof. Xinming (Simon) Ou Computing and Information Sciences
Kansas State U.
Bringing Anthropology into Cybersecurity Abstract
10 3/29 Prof. Calvin Newport Dept. of Computer Science
Georgetown University
Distributed Algorithms in the Age of Open Airwaves Abstract
11 4/3 (W) Prof. Minaxi Gupta Dept. of Computer Science
Indiana University
A Tale of Two Evils: Fraud and Privacy in Online Advertising Abstract
12 4/12 Prof. Jan Allbeck Department of Computer Science
George Mason University
Creating Virtual Humans Abstract
13 4/19 Prof. Briana Wellman Dept. of CSIT
U. of District of Columbia
Overcoming Communication Limitations in Multirobot System Exploration Abstract
14 4/26 Prof. Wenchao Zhou Dept. of Computer Science
Georgetown University
Finding Needles in a Haystack: Secure Provenance in Distributed Systems Abstract

NVC Driving Direction, CS NVC VT, CS Blacksburg

CS BB Seminar, Math Application Seminar(GWU)

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