Stanford University Department of Electrical Engineering
Computer Systems Colloquium (EE380) Schedule
Spring 2013-2014
Wednesdays, 4:15-5:30PM in Gates B01

Stanford EE Computer Systems Colloquium meets on Wednesdays 4:15PM-5:30PM throughout the academic year. Talks are given before a live audience in Room B01 in the basement of the Gates Computer Science Building on the Stanford Campus. The live talks (and the videos) are open to the public.

EE380 videos are no longer supported in Windows Media Format.

Videos for the lectures are now captured in HTML5 format and can be viewed at

Videos are now uploaded to YouTube shortly after they are presented and can be viewed there. The URLS for the YouTube versions of the talks are:

Stephan Wolfram on The Design and Implications of the Wolfram Language
Stan Honey on Augmented Reality at the America's Cup. [CORRECTED URL]
Paul Borrill on Insights into the Nature of Time
Chris McKay on The Origin of Life
Steve Perlman on pCell: Personalized Cell Technology
John Mashey on Big Data
Nancy Kim on Wrap Contracts
Safa Motesharrei on Modeling the Future
Helen Lurie on Applying Mainstream Design Approaches to Spacecraft Communications
Richard Chuang on Doing Business in China

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Apr 2, 2014Stephan Wolfram
Founder and CEO
Wolfram Research
The Design and Implications of the Wolfram Language
Apr 9, 2014Stan Honey
America's Cup Event Authority
Augmented Reality at the America's Cup. The technology behind AC LiveLine.
Apr 16, 2014Paul Borrill
EARTH Computing
Insights into The Nature of Time in Physics, and implications for Computer Science.
Apr 23, 2014Chris McKay
The origin of life and the search for a second genesis of life on other worlds as problems in information science
Apr 30, 2014Steve Perlman
pCell: Personalized Cell Technology -- Ubiguitous Wireless Broadband
May 7, 2014John Mashey
Big Data, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
May 14, 2014Nancy S. Kim
California Western School of Law
The Relationship between Wrap Contracts and Technological Innovation
May 21, 2014Safa Motesharrei
University of Maryland
Minimal Models of Human-Nature Interaction: 1) HANDY: Human And Nature Dynamics and 2) COWA: A Coupled Human-Climate-Water Model
May 28, 2014Helen Lurie
BitBeam Technologies
Applying Mainstream Design Approaches to Spacecraft Communications
Jun 4, 2014Richard Chuang
Old dog new tricks: Technology, Entertainment and working in Asia

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