CSCI 597 Seminar in Computer Science Research

Mondays, 12:00-12:50pm, OHE-122

Fall 2005: Professor Laurent Itti,

                TA: Vidhya Navalpakkam,

CSCI 597 provides a series of expository lectures to introduce Ph.D. students to the breadth of research topics in CS (and, to some extent, beyond). The idea is to cycle through the subareas of USC research in CS each semester.

First-year Ph.D. Students are required to enroll for 1 unit of CSCI 597 for the first 2 semesters of the Ph.D. Program. (Applicable only to students enrolling in Summer of 2000 or later.)

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Spring 2006SpeakerTitle of the talk
1/9Laurent IttiTBA
1/16 Holiday -
1/23 Laurent Itti A suprise theory of attention
1/30 TBA TBA
2/13Karen Liu Towards a Generative Model of Natural Motion
2/20 Holiday -
2/27 Wei Min Shen Can we create a precursor of "T1000" robot and control it with "Digital Hormones"?
3/6 Debojyoti Dutta Algorithms for virtual drug screening
3/13 Holiday TBA
3/20 Alexander Egyed Software Modeling and its traceability to code
3/27 Stefan Schall TBA
4/3 Richard Leahy TBA
4/10 Roger Zimmerman TBA
4/17 Cyrus Shahabi TBA
4/24 Craig Knoblock Geospatial Data Integration

Link to CS597 Fall 2005