List of qualifying seminars - Fall 2011

  1. September 15
    3:00-4:00pm, ENG 3507
    Vesna Zderic (George Washington University)
    Unltrasound-mediated Drug Delivery
  2. September 29
    noon-1:00pm, ENG-4201
    Lionel C. Briand (Simula Research Laboratory, Norway)
    Test Case Selection Strategies for Model-Based Testing: Search-based Approaches and Industrial Case Study
  3. October 5
    2:00-3:00 pm, ENG-4201
    Gabe Sibley (George Washington University)
    Mobile Robot Perception for Long-term Autonomy
  4. October 7
    11:00-noon, Research I-163
    Angelos Stavrou (Computer Science Department, GMU)
    Smart & Mobile Devices in Foreign Wars: Locking Down Linux, Software Apps, and Communications
  5. October 17
    2:00-3:00pm, Johnson center, Ground Lebvel, Gold Room
    Jessica Lin (Computer Science Department, GMU)
    Mining Massive Time Series Databases
  6. October 18
    10:00-11:00 am, Johnson center, 3rd floor, Room A
    Joao Souza (Computer Science Department, GMU)
    Challenges in Mixed-Reality Systems
  7. October 20
    11:00-noon, Johnson Center, 3rd Floor, George's
    Kathryn Blackmond Laskey (SEOR Departmen, GMU)
    Expressive Probablistic Logic for Knowledge Fusion
  8. October 12
    11:00-noon, ENG-4201
    Ophir Frieder (Georgetown University)
    Searching in the "Real World"
  9. October 17
    11:00-noon, ENG-4201
    Jozef Gruska (Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic)
    New Perception of Computer Science: From Technology-centered to Broader and Deeper Vision of the Field
  10. October 4
    noon-1:00 pm, ENG-4201
    Simon Wang (Howard University)
    The Role of Cheminformatics in Modern Drug Discovery
  11. October 11
    noon-1:00 pm, ENG-4201
    Brian Chen (Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering, Lehigh University)
    An Algorithm for Discovering Steric Influences on Protein-ligand Binding Specificity
  12. October 5
    7:00-8:00 pm, ResearchI-163
    Jerry Tessendorf (Clemson University)
    The Whoosh Moment (Computer Game Design Lecture Series)
  13. November 4
    8:30-10:30 am, ENG-4801
    Dalal Ahmed Alarayed (PhD defense)
    Trust Management in Smart Spaces
  14. November 10
    1:00-3:00 pm, ENG-4201
    Mohammed A. Abu-Matar (PhD defense)
    Variability Modeling and Meta-Modeling for Model Driven Service Oriented Architectures
  15. November 1
    Noon-1:00 pm, ENG-4201
    Yoo-Ah Kim (National Center for Biotechnology Information, National Institutes of Health)
    Identifying Causal Genes and Dysregulated Pathways in Complex Diseases
  16. November 11
    12:30-1:30 pm, ENG-4201
    Sanjeev Setia (CS Department)
    Attack-resilient Data Aggregation in Wireless Sensor Networks
  17. November 4
    1:30-2:30 pm, ENG 3507
    Craig Peters (Professor of Eurology and Pediatrics, George Washington University)
    Envisioning the Future of Robotic Assisted Surgery in Pediatrics: Learning from DaVinci
  18. November 17
    4:00-5:00 pm, Research 1 - 163
    Brian L. Mark (Electrical and Computer Engineering Department)
    Estimation and Control in Communications Networks (2011 Outstanding Research Faculty Award Recipient)
  19. November 30
    3:30-5:00 pm, ENG 2901
    Roger W. Shores (PhD defense)
    Computational Geometric, Combinatorial, and Graph Theoretic Applications
  20. December 2
    1:00-3:00 pm, ENG 4801
    Ahmed Elkhodary (PhD defense)
    A Learning-Based Framework for Engineering Feature-Oriented Self-Adaptive Software Systems
  21. December 2
    2:00-4:00 ENG 2901
    Anyi Liu (PhD defense)
    Development of a Secure Mobile GPS Tracking and Management System
  22. December 6
    1:00-3:00 ENG 4201
    Ahmed K. Alazzawe (PhD defense)
    Sharing Intelligently Derived Location Context While Preserving Privacy
  23. December 2
    12:30-1:30 pm ENG 4201
    Kun Sun (Center for Secure Information Systems, GMU)
    SecureSwitch: BIOS-Assisted Isolation and Switch between Trusted and Untrusted Commodity OSes
  24. December 8
    1:00-3:00 pm ENG 3507
    Ahmed A. Al-Faresi (PhD defense)
    Risk-based Models for Managing Data Privacy in Healthcare