Colloquium

The Computer Science Colloquium is open to the public at large and is usually held Fridays at 12:30 pm during the Spring and Fall semesters. The event aims to provide a view of the cutting-edge in computer science, computer science education, and relevant research from other disciplines. The speakers include faculty from the University of Memphis, guest speakers from other schools and industry, and occasionally students in the final stages of their academic programs. The talks are followed by a reception to foster interaction between audience and speakers. You are cordially invited!

Colloquium talks are made possible, in part, by the Peter I. Neathery Colloquium Fund and the Computer Science Department.

Spring 2017

F R I
Apr. 21

  Cryptography: From Enigma to Elliptic Curve Cryptography
Donald Costello, University of Nebraska (ACM Distinguished Speaker)
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 351
     

F R I
Apr. 14

  Data Science Meets High Performance Computing
J. Robert Michael, HPC Specialist, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 351
     

F R I
Apr. 7

  The Mississippi Alliance for Women in Computing: Lighting the Pathway for Girls and Women in Mississippi
Sarah Lee, Assistant Clinical Professor, Computer Science and Engineering Department, Mississippi State University
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 351
     

F R I
Mar. 31

  Applications of Game Theory to Transportation
Mihalis Golias (Associate Professor) and Sabya Mishra (Assistant Professor), Department of Civil Engineering, University of Memphis
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 351
     

F R I
Mar. 17

  Precision Medicine: Applying Analytics at the Bedside through Real-Time Complex Event Stream Processing of Heterogeneous Sensor Networks
Rishi Kamaleswaran, Assistant Professor, Center for Biomedical Informatics, University of Tennessee Health Science Center
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 351
     

F R I
Feb. 17

  Simulation Security - What If a Simulation Is Too Good?
John Hamilton, Jr., Professor, Computer Science and Engineering Department, Mississippi State University
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 351
     

F R I
Feb. 10

  Efficient Algorithms for k-Regret Minimizing Sets
Nirman Kumar, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Memphis
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 351
     

F R I
Jan. 27

  Communication Complexity and Its Applications
Thomas Watson, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Memphis
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 351
     

Fall 2016

F R I
Nov. 18

  The Children's Foundation Research Institute's Biomedical Informatics Core:
An Interdisciplinary Partnership Between UTHSC and Le Bonheur

Ebony Smith, Bioinformatics Research Specialist, Le Bonheur
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 351
     

F R I
Oct. 7

  Enabling Vehicle V2X in Urban Landscapes
Giovanni Pau, Professor, University Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 351
     

Spring 2016

F R I
Mar. 25

  Secure and Efficient Encrypted Image Search with Access Control
Shucheng Yu, Asst. Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 351
     

F R I
Feb. 12

  NoSQL and the Wild West of Database
Mark Gillenson, Professor, Department of Business Information and Technology, University of Memphis
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 351
     

F R I
Feb. 5

  Increasing Experimental Power by Integrating Heterogeneous Biological Datasets
Bernie J. Daigle, Jr., Asst. Professor, Depts. of Biology and Computer Science, University of Memphis
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 351
     

F R I
Jan. 29

  FNC Recruiting Session
Bethany L. Cooper, Corporate Recruitment and Talent Management Coordinator, FNC, Inc.
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 336/351
     

Fall 2015

F R I
Nov. 20

  Quiet Times, Cones of Silence, and Focus Lights: Insight into the War on Interruptions at ABB
David Shepherd, Sr. Principal Scientist, ABB Corporate Research
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 351
     

F R I
Nov. 13

  [CANCELLED]
Naga Nagisetty, Intel
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 351
     

F R I
Nov. 6

  The State of the Art and Science of Virtual Reality
Adam Jones, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Computer and Information Science, University of Mississippi
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 351
     

F R I
Oct. 23

  Named Data Networking: An Internet Architecture for the Future
Christos Papadopoulos, Assoc. Professor, Dept. of Computer Science, Colorado State University
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 351
     

F R I
Oct. 9

  Scaling Up Inference & Learning in Markov Logic Networks with Advanced Counting Techniques
Deepak Venugopal, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Memphis
12:30 pm, Dunn Hall 351