Stanford University Computer Systems Laboratory
EE380 Colloquium Schedule
Academic Year 2008-2009

Jun 3, 2009Andreas Terzis
Johns Hopkins University
Elements of a wireless sensor architecture
May 27, 2009John Sosoka
Vita Robotica (past CTO of Ubobe Lifeforms)
The Rise and Fall of a Companion Robot
Lessons Learned from Pleo
May 20, 2009Bob Metcalfe
Internet Lessons for Solving Energy
May 13, 2009Mike Flynn
Maxeler (and Stanford emeritis)
Accelerating computation with FPGAs with a seismic data processing example
May 6, 2009Volker Strumpen
IBM Austin Research Laboratory
The Spiral Cache: A self-organizing memory architecture
Apr 29, 2009Eric Weinstein
Systems Architecture, Kabuki Capitalism, and the Economic Manhattan Project
Apr 22, 2009Jim Morris
CMU West
Can Hi-tech hitchhiking work?
Apr 15, 2009Chris Grier
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
The Gazelle Browser
Apr 8, 2009Michael C. Mace
Principal, Rubicon Consulting
App stores and software ecosystems
Apr 1, 2009Trevor Blackwell
Learning in Humans and Robots
Mar 11, 2009Tim Roughgarden
Stanford Computer Science
Algorithmic Game Theory
Two Vignettes
Mar 4, 2009Bill McKeeman
Mathworks and Dartmouth College
Executable Grammars: Seeking the minimal extensible self-compiling compiler
Feb 25, 2009Daniel Kreiss
Department of Communications
Stanford University
Developing the Good Citizen: Digital artifacts, peer networks, and formal organizations in contemporary political campaigning
Feb 18, 2009John Koza
Consulting Professor
Stanford University
Automated Design of Analog Circuits, Optical Systems, Controllers, Antennas, Quantum Computers, Mechanical Systems, and Other Complex Structures Using Darwinian Evolution and Genetic Programming
Feb 11, 2009Barbara Simons
Election Assistance Commission (Advisory Board)
ACM (Past President)
Voting Machines & Audits
It Ain't how your Grandparents Voted
Feb 4, 2009Paul Saffo
Farewell information, welcome Media
No video is available for this talk, which presents work in progress. Enrolled students who did not view the tallk live should choose one of the four alternative talks , view it, and do the normal assignment for that talk.
Jan 28, 2009Andy Rappaport
August Capital
Semiconductor Value in the Post-Fabless Era
Jan 21, 2009Todd C. Mowray
CMU (visiting at Stanford)
Pario: the Next Step Beyond Audio and Video
Jan 14, 2009Richard L. Sites
Google, Inc.
Statistical Language Detection in Web Pages
Jan 7, 2009Robert B. Laughlin
Physics, Stanford University
The Crime of Reason
Dec 3, 2008Serge Saxonov and Alexander Wong
Inventing Personal Genomics: Behind the Scenes at 23andMe
Nov 26, 2008
Thanksgiving Break -- No Class
Nov 19, 2008Tim O'Reilly
O'Reilly Media
Watching the Alpha Geeks: What Hackers and Enthusiasts Tell Us About the Shape of the Future
Nov 12, 2008Al Fazio
Intel Fellow
Director, Memory Technology Development
Intel Corporation
Future Computer Memory
Nov 5, 2008Guido van Rossum
Google App Engine
Run your web application on Google's infrastructure
Oct 29, 2008Chuck House
Stanford Media X and HSTAR
Exploring Synergy with Industry: Media X research at Stanford
Oct 22, 2008Carl Hewitt
MIT EECS (Emeritis)
Scalable Privacy-Friendly Client Cloud Computing: a gathering Perfect Disruption
Oct 15, 2008Jane McGonigal
Institute for the Future
How to invent the future by playing online games:    The SuperStruct Game
Oct 8, 2008Ted Selker
Media Lab, MIT
Excubate: A new model of new technology business development
Oct 1, 2008Richard Kaufmann
Issues in Mainstream Clusters
Sep 24, 2008Jonathan Appavoo
Towards a Global Scale Public Computer
Jun 4, 2008Chuck Moore
The Role of Accelerated Computing in the Multi-Core Era
Alternative to Saffo lecture of February 4, 2009
May 7, 2008Steve Yegge
Dynamic Languages Strike Back: Addressing the tools and performance issues head-on
Alternative to Saffo lecture of February 4, 2009
Jun 6, 2007Rick Wesson
Botnets: Anticipating Failure
Alternative to Saffo lecture of February 4, 2009
May 2, 2007Maurice Herlihy
Brown University
Taking Concurrency Seriously: New Directions in Multiprocessor Synchronization
Alternative to Saffo lecture of February 4, 2009