GRAND (Geometry, Graphics, Robotics, AI, Algorithms, ANd Data mining) Seminar

The GRAND Seminar will be held (hopefully) every week during the spring and fall semesters, and periodically at other times. During Fall 2007 (unless otherwise noted), meetings are every Thursday at 12:00 pm in 430A.

The goal of this seminar series is to provide informal opportunities for faculty and students to present their work or even other people's work. Practice talks are also welcomed.

Fall 2007 Schedule

DateTime VenueSpeakerTitle
Sep 06 12:00 noon ST2 430A Jyh-Ming Lien Probabilistic Motion Planning Methods and Their Applications
Sep 13 12:00 noon ST2 430A Jessica Lin Discovering Unusual Patterns in Massive Time Series Data
Sep 20 12:00 noon ST2 430A no seminar
Sep 27 12:00 noon ST2 430A Maurizio Filippone Kernel and Spectral Methods for Clustering
Oct 04 12:00 noon ST2 430A Younhee Kim Minimizing Distortion in Information Hiding
Oct 11 12:00 noon ST2 430A Ed Lawson Static and Motion Based Approaches to Biometric Gait Recognition
Oct 18 12:00 noon ST2 430A Keith Sullivan Multi-Robot Simultaneous Localization and Mapping
Oct 25 12:00 noon ST2 430A Carlotta Domeniconi Flexible Metrics in Machine Learning
Nov 01 12:00 noon ST2 430A no seminar
Nov 08 12:00 noon ST2 430A Fei Li Online Buffer Management
Nov 29 12:00 noon ST2 430A Jay Crossler Serious Games and Robotics in Command and Control
Dec 06 12:00 noon ST2 430A Ajay Nagarajan Machine Learning Techniques in Image Analysis of Bio-structures

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Department of Computer Science
Volgenau School of Information Technology and Engineering
George Mason University