Carnegie Mellon University

Electrical and Computer Engineering

College of Engineering

Fall 2017 seminars

Date Lecturer & affiliation Topic & resources
September
9/7

Vivek Goyal

Boston University

A Few Good Photons: Active imaging with a little signal and a lot more noise

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9/14

Sridhar Tayur

Ford Distinguished Research Chair & Professor of Operations Management

MI6 and Q-Branch: A Playful Introduction to Operations Management (OM)

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9/21

Lisa Wu

PostDoc Research Fellow

Stories, not Words: Accelerating the Processing of Similarly Structured Data

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9/28

Christopher Ré

Stanford University

Snorkel: Beyond hand-labeled data

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October
10/5

Ramesh Karri

New York University

Towards securing biochips

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10/12

Mehrdad Jazayeri

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Internal models of sensorimotor integration regulate cortical dynamics

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10/19

Gauri Joshi

Carnegie Mellon University

Efficient Redundancy Techniques to Reduce Delay in Cloud Systems

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10/26

Monica Lam

Stanford University

Keeping the Internet Open with an Open-Source Virtual Assistant

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November

 

 

11/2

Benjamin C. Lee

Duke University

Rethinking Datacenter Management with Game Theory

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11/9

Giulia Fanti

Carnegie Mellon University

Anonymity in the Bitcoin Peer-to-Peer Network

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11/16

Michael Marcus

Marcus Spectrum Solution LLC

Opening 95-450 GHz to civil use: opportunities and sharing challenges

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11/30

Sharad Goel

Stanford University

Algorithmic decision making and the cost of fairness

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December

 

 

12/7

Kalyan Sunkavalli

Adobe Research

Recovering Illumination from a Single Image

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