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CS Colloquium (BMAC)
 

The Department of Computer Science of Colorado State University, in cooperation with ISTeC (Information Science and Technology Center), offers the CS Colloquium series as a service to all who are interested in computer science.

Most seminars are scheduled for Monday 11:00 AM -- 11:50 AM in CSB 130 or Morgan Library Event Hall. For help finding the locations of our seminar meetings, consult the on-line CSU campus map.map

Information about CS692:TBA

For questions about this page or to schedule talks, please contact Sangmi Lee Pallickara (sangmi AT colostate dot edu).
Here is a list of past seminar schedules.

 

UPCOMING EVENT


AUG
28

csbuilding Computer Science Department Colloquium
CS Faculty Rapid-Fire Presentations of Current Research | Group A

Speakers: Computer Science Faculty, Colorado State University

When:
11:00AM ~ 11:50AM, August 28, 2017

Where: CSB130 map

 

 

CS Colloquium Schedule, Fall 2017


AUG
21

 

Rajopadhye Computer Science Department Colloquium
The CS Graduate Program

Speaker: Sanjay Rajopadhye, Professor, Graduate Chair, Department of Computer Science, Colorado State University

When:
11:00AM ~ 11:50AM, August 21, 2017

Where: CSB130 map

Slides | Video


AUG
28

csbuilding Computer Science Department Colloquium
CS Faculty Rapid-Fire Presentations of Current Research | Group A

Speakers: Computer Science Faculty, Colorado State University

When:
11:00AM ~ 11:50AM, August 28, 2017

Where: CSB130 map

 

SEP
11

grabell ISTeC Distinguished Lecture in conjunction with the Computer Science Department and the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Seminar Series
Robots, Learning, and the Fundamental Pedagogical Nature of Institutional Change

Speaker: Jeff Grabill, Associate Provost for Teaching, Learning, and Technology, Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures, Michigan State University

When:
11:00AM ~ 11:50AM, September 11, 2017

Where:
Morgan Library Event Hall map

Contact: Tim Amidon (Tim.Amidon@colostate.edu)

Abstract:There are a number of technologies that have impacted and promise to transform how we learn, construct relationships with students, and understand how a university meets its educational mission. In this talk, I will lay out an argument that we are at an important moment as university educators. We are provided with compelling opportunities to provide students with more personalized learning, better feedback, and improved outcomes. >>Read More

Bio:Jeff Grabill a Professor of Rhetoric and Professional Writing. His research focuses on how digital writing is associated with citizenship and learning, and that work has been located in community contexts, in museums, and in classrooms at both the K-12 and university levels. >>Read More



SEP
11

grabell Computer Science Department and the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Colloquim
Reflections the Difference between Educational Technologies and Learning Technologies

Speaker: Jeff Grabill, Associate Provost for Teaching, Learning, and Technology, Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures, Michigan State University

When:
TBA

Where:
TBA

Contact: Tim Amidon (Tim.Amidon@colostate.edu)

Abstract:Educators, administrators, and policymakers are increasingly turning to technologies to enrich, facilitate, and automate the work that they do. In this talk, I draw a conceptual distinction between learning technologies and education technologies, outlining why issues of access, equity, and learner autonomy matter to the ways schools adopt, use, and support technologies.


Bio:Jeff Grabill a Professor of Rhetoric and Professional Writing. His research focuses on how digital writing is associated with citizenship and learning, and that work has been located in community contexts, in museums, and in classrooms at both the K-12 and university levels. >>Read More



SEP
18

ammar ISTeC Distinguished Lecture in conjunction with the Computer Science Department and the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Seminar Series

Speaker: Mustafa H. Ammar, Regents' Professor, School of Computer Science, Georgia Institute of Technology

When:
11:00AM ~ 11:50AM, September 18, 2017

Where: Morgan Library Event Hall
map

Contact: Anura Jayasumana (Anura.Jayasumana@colostate.edu)


SEP
25

moti ISTeC Distinguished Lecture in conjunction with the Computer Science Department and the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Seminar Series
My Business is None of Your Business: Employing Secure Computation for Core Business

Speaker: Moti Yung, Security and Privacy Scientist, Snap Inc. and Adjunct Research Faculty, Columbia University

When:
11:00AM ~ 11:50AM, September 25, 2017

Where: Morgan Library Event Hall
map

Contact: Indrajit Ray (Indrajit.Ray@colostate.edu)

Abstract: Innovations in security and privacy are critical to advancing modern computing in our time. I will present an effort involving deployment of commercial applications designed and built as a ‘secure multi-party computation protocol for specific tasks to be used repetitively to achieve a number of concrete ubiquitous business goals. >>Read More

Bio: Dr. Moti Yung is a computer scientist whose main interests are in cryptography, security, and privacy. He is currently with Snap Inc. Yung earned his Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1988. He worked at IBM Research, was a vice president and chief scientist at CertCo, and was director of Advanced Authentication Research at RSA Laboratories, and a research scientist with Google.>>Read More


SEP
25

moti Computer Science Department and the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Colloquim
Gestalt vs. Constructivism: Designing Blind Cloud Storage in the Real Second


Speaker: Moti Yung, Security and Privacy Scientist, Snap Inc. and Adjunct Research Faculty, Columbia University

When:
TBA

Where: TBA

Contact: Indrajit Ray (Indrajit.Ray@colostate.edu)

Abstract: Design of a basic primitives involves specification, and then designing and implementing it. The foundations of systems approach, typically implies that the specification and design have to capture the primitive in its entirety (analogous to the abstract concept of Gestalt applied in art and science). Therefore the designer needs to capture all functions (correctness properties) and safe operation (security and privacy properties) based on the complete picture. >>Read More

Bio: Dr. Moti Yung is a computer scientist whose main interests are in cryptography, security, and privacy. He is currently with Snap Inc. Yung earned his Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1988. He worked at IBM Research, was a vice president and chief scientist at CertCo, and was director of Advanced Authentication Research at RSA Laboratories, and a research scientist with Google.>>Read More


OCT
2

csbuilding Computer Science Department Colloquium
CS Faculty Rapid-Fire Presentations of Current Research | Group B

Speakers: Computer Science Faculty, Colorado State University

When:
11:00AM ~ 11:50AM, October 2, 2017

Where: CSB130 map

 


OCT
9

DeCarli

Computer Science Department Colloquium
Speaker: Lorenzo De Carli, Department of Computer Science, Colorado State University

When:
11:00AM ~ 11:50AM, October 9, 2017

Where: CSB130 map

 


OCT
16

McDaniel ISTeC Distinguished Lecture in conjunction with the Computer Science Department and the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Seminar Series
Tracing the Arc of Smartphone Application Security

Speaker: Patrick McDaniel, Distinguished Professor, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Penn State University

When:
11:00AM ~ 11:50AM, October 16, 2017

Where: Morgan Library Event Hall
map

Contact: Indrakshi Ray (Indrakshi.Ray@colostate.edu)

Abstract: The introduction of smart phones in the mid-2000s forever changed the way users interact with data and computation--and through it prompted a renaissance of digital innovation. Yet, at the same time, the architectures, applications and services that fostered this new reality fundamentally altered the relationship between users and security and privacy. In this talk I map the scientific community's evolving efforts over the last decade in evaluating smart phone application security and privacy. >>Read More

Bio:Patrick McDaniel is a Distinguished Professor in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Pennsylvania State University,Fellow of the IEEE and ACM, and Director of the Institute for Networking and Security Research. >>Read More

OCT
23

Draper Computer Science Department Colloquium
Speaker: Bruce Draper, Department of Computer Science, Colorado State University

When:
11:00AM ~ 11:50AM, October 23, 2017

Where: CSB130
map


OCT
30

shrivastava ISTeC Distinguished Lecture in conjunction with the Computer Science Department and the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Seminar Series
Large-Scale Machine Learning and AI: A Cross-Industry Perspective

Speaker: Ashok Srivastava, Vice President of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence Systems, Chief Data Scientist, Verizon

When:
11:00AM ~ 11:50AM, October 30, 2017

Where: Morgan Library Event Hall
map

Contact: Bruce Hallmark (Bruce.Hallmark@colostate.edu)

Abstract: Over the past several years, there has been an increasing interest in building and deploying large-scale machine learning and AI capabilities on massive, streaming data sets. This talk provides an overview of the key issues that arise in building such systems from the algorithmic, technological, and organizational perspective. Key results across a variety of industries will be presented.

Bio:Ashok N. Srivastava, Ph.D. is the VP of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence Systems and the Chief Data Scientist at Verizon. His global team focuses on building new revenue-generating products and services powered by big data and artificial intelligence. He is a Consulting Professor at Stanford in the Electrical Engineering Department and is the Editor-in-Chief of the AIAA Journal of Aerospace Information Systems. Ashok is a Fellow of the IEEE, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). >>Read More

 

 

OCT
30

shrivastava Computer Science Department and the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Colloquim
Anomaly Detection and Predictions at Scale: Theory and Applications

Speaker: Ashok Srivastava, Vice President of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence Systems, Chief Data Scientist, Verizon

When:
TBA

Where: TBA

Contact: Bruce Hallmark (Bruce.Hallmark@colostate.edu)

Abstract: Over the past several years, there has been an increasing interest in building and deploying large-scale machine learning and AI capabilities on massive, streaming data sets. Such systems are often embedded in applications that require extremely low latency. This talk provides an overview of algorithms for anomaly detection and prediction on streaming data sets, featuring results from real-world systems.

Bio:Ashok N. Srivastava, Ph.D. is the VP of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence Systems and the Chief Data Scientist at Verizon. His global team focuses on building new revenue-generating products and services powered by big data and artificial intelligence. He is a Consulting Professor at Stanford in the Electrical Engineering Department and is the Editor-in-Chief of the AIAA Journal of Aerospace Information Systems. Ashok is a Fellow of the IEEE, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). >>Read More



NOV
6

crowder Computer Science Department and the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Colloquim
Artificial Intelligence vs. Virtual Intelligence

Speaker: James A. Crowder, Chief Engineer, Raytheon's Intelligence, Information and Services Business Unit

When: 11:00AM ~ 11:50AM, November 6, 2017

Where: CSB130 map

Contact: HJ Siegel (H.J.Siegel@colostate.edu)

Abstract: Many struggle with the difference between Virtual Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence.  In many cases, what is touted as Artificial Intelligence is, at best, Virtual Intelligence and is, at worst, nothing more than Case-Based Reasoning.  In this talk, I will discuss why the notions of Self-Adaptation and Self-Evolution should be a primary goal in real Artificial Intelligence Systems.
>>Read More

Bio: James A. Crowder, PhD, is a Chief Engineer with Raytheon’s Intelligence, Information and Services Business Unit.  He was worked in the aerospace and defense industry for 30 years in systems architecture and artificial intelligence. >>Read More

DEC
4

csbuilding Computer Science Department Colloquium
Speakers: CS793 Graduate Students [Rapid Fire Presentations]

When:
11:00AM ~ 11:50AM, October 23, 2017

Where: CSB130 map