Scheduled Talks: Fall 2010

Colloquia Archive, Other Courant Seminars

Following are announcements for talks scheduled for presentation by the Department of Computer Science. All talks, except as noted, are held in room 1302 WWH at 11:30am (with refreshments at 11:15am). To subscribe or unsubscribe from the colloquium mailing list, use this page. For more information, please contact Stephanie Tracy (stephanie@cs.nyu.edu).


Date Speaker/Affiliation Details Host Room
September 17, 2010 Peter Norvig, Google, Inc. The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Data Ken Perlin & G4LI Warren Weaver Hall, 109
October 01, 2010 Daniel Keren, Haifa University, Israel Geometric Methods for Monitoring Distributed Streams Zvi Kedem Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
October 07, 2010 Scott Klemmer, Stanford HCI Group For Example Chris Bregler Warren Weaver Hall, 102
October 08, 2010 Dinesh Manocha, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Interactive Sound Rendering Chee Yap Warren Weaver Hall, 102
October 22, 2010 Eva Tardos, Cornell University Price of Anarchy in Adword Auctions Joel Spencer Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
October 29, 2010 Andrew Caplin, New York University A Graph Theoretic Approach to Markets for Indivisible Goods Yann LeCun Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
November 12, 2010 Michael W. Mahoney, Stanford University Community Structure in Large Social and Information Networks Mehryar Mohri Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
November 12, 2010 Various Speakers IBM Research/NYU/Columbia Theory Day New York University Warren Weaver Hall, 109
November 19, 2010 David Pennock, Yahoo! Research Implementing a 9.2 Quintillion Outcome Prediction Market Mehryar Mohri Warren Weaver Hall, 1302
December 14, 2010 Undergraduate and Graduate Computer Science Students NYU Computer Science Fall 2010 Showcase NYU Computer Science Department Warren Weaver Hall, 13th floor commons

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