Stanford University Computer Systems Laboratory
EE380 Colloquium Schedule
Academic Year 2004-2005

Sep 29, 2004Ann McCormick
Learning Friends
Powerful e-Learning Worlds
Oct 6, 2004Bruce Lindsay
IBM Almaden Research Center
Peer-to-Peer Database Replication: Convergence Despite Conflicts
Oct 13, 2004Raymond Boute
INTEC, Gent University, Belgium
Making CS and classical EE meet: unification by formalism
Oct 20, 2004E. Floyd Kvamme
Partner Emeritus
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
Science and Technology Policy I
The Bush View
Oct 27, 2004Burton Richter
Stanford Linear Accelerator
Science and Technology Policy II
The Kerry View
Nov 3, 2004Margaret Burnett
Oregon State University
EUSES - End Users Shaping Effective Software
End-user software engineering
Nov 10, 2004Dennis Tsichritzis
Fraunhofer Institute (Germany)
If we lose the applications, we will lose the war
Nov 17, 2004Warren Packard
Draper Fisher Jurvetson
Nanotechnology:A Technology and Business Perspective from the Venture Capital World
Nov 24, 2004John Koza
Consulting Professor, Stanford
Routine Human-Competitive Machine Intelligence
Dec 1, 2004Jim Fruchterman
Martus: Human Rights Technology
Jan 5, 2005Steven N. Ward
Research Geophysicist, Earth Sciences
Theoretical Seismology and Geophysics
UC Santa Cruz
Tsunami--Earthquakes, Landslides, and Asteroids
Jan 12, 2005Paul Maglio
IBM Almaden Research Center
Service Science: An Approach to Increasing Service Innovation and Work System Productivity
Jan 19, 2005Timothy "Mothy" Roscoe
Intel Research
PlanetLab Design Principles and Experiences
Jan 26, 2005Edward Fredkin
Carnegie Mellon University (East and West)
Fifty Years of Hacks
Feb 2, 2005Tom Edsall
Storage Area Networks
Feb 9, 2005Peter Fromherz
Max Planck Institute
Joining Ionics and Electronics
Semiconductor Chips with Ion Channels, Nerve Cells and Brain Tissue
Feb 16, 2005Bram Cohen
Under the hood of BitTorrent
Feb 23, 2005Jane McGonigal
UC Berkeley
42 Entertainment
Ludic Networking and Massively Collaborative Play
Mar 2, 2005Kelin Kuhn
Intel Corporation
Transistor Scaling and its Impact on Analog/RF Device Performance
Mar 9, 2005Jean Carlson
UCSB (Physics)
Complexity and Robustness
Mar 30, 2005Ian Young
Intel Corporation
Design of Clock Distribution in High Performande Processors
Clocking Circuit Design from Digital Logic
Apr 6, 2005Hermann Maurer
Dean, Faculty of Computer Science, Graz Univeristy of Technology
Can we avoid catastrophic failures of computer networks?
Apr 13, 2005Peter Swire
Moritz College of Law, Ohio State
Model for When Disclosure Helps Security
What is Different About Computer and Network Security
Apr 20, 2005Ritu Shrivastava
VP of Technology, Zettacore
Zettacore Molecular Memory Technology
Apr 27, 2005Udi Manber
An Company
Improving User Experience in Search
May 4, 2005Bill Campbell, Chairman, Intuit
Danny Shader, CEO, Good Technology
Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Program
shared session -- Alternate time and location
4:30pm-5:30pm at Terman Auditorium
May 11, 2005Kris Pister, Founder and CTO
Dust Networks
Wireless Sensor Networks
May 18, 2005Jeri Ellsworth
Freelance Developer
CommodoreOne remake of the 1980's Commodore 64
May 25, 2005Winfried Wilcke
IBM Almaden Research Laboratory
IceCube--Petabytes and beyond
Jun 1, 2005Peter Beerel
EE Systems, University of Southern California
High-Speed Asynchronous Standard-Cell Design using Single-Track Full Buffers