Stanford University Department of Electrical Engineering
Computer Systems Colloquium (EE380) Schedule
Wednesdays, 16:30-17:45 in Shriram 104

The Stanford EE Computer Systems Colloquium (EE380) meets on Wednesdays 4:30-5:45 throughout the academic year. Talks are given before a live audience in Room 104 of the Shriram Center for Bioengineering and Chemical Engineering on the Stanford Campus. The live talks (and the videos hosted on Panopto and YouTube) are open to the public.

Stanford students may enroll in EE380 to take the Colloquium as a one unit S/NC class. Enrolled students are required to keep an electronic notebook or journal and to write a short, pithy comment about each of the ten lectures and a short free form evaluation of the class in order to receive credit. Assignments are due at the end of the quarter, on the last day of examinations.

EE380 is a video class. Live attendance is encouraged but not required. We (the organizers) feel that watching the video is not a substitute for being present in the classroom. Questions are encouraged.

The videos of many past EE380 talks can be found on YouTube; see the EE380 Playlist which is updated regularly. All of the talks have Abstracts, but there usually is no link from the the YouTube version back to the Abstract. Generally the Abstract can be found at http://ee380.stanford.edu/Abstracts/YYMMDD where YY is the 2-digit year, MM is the month, and DD the date of the live presentation. The Abstract often has a links to a copy of the slides and other ancillary information.

Date Speaker Affiliation Topic Title
Sept 25, 2019 Oskar Mencer Maxeler and Imperial College (London) Systems Theory Conflict and Technology
Oct 2, 2019 Nur Touba UT Austin Reliable Computation CANCELLED Recent Advances in Diagnosis and Error Correcting Codes
Oct 9, 2019 Yu Wang Tsinghua University (China) Machine Learning Hardware Neural Networks on Chip Design from the User Perspective
Oct 16, 2019 Peter Neumann SRI International Risks Tales from the Risk Forum
Oct 23, 2019 Richard R. Dasher Stanford University US/China Relations Technology management during a time of U.S.-China friction
Oct 30, 2019 Huiying Li and Emily Wegner University of Chicago Neural Net Security Persistent and Unforgeable Watermarks for DeepNeural Networks
Nov 6, 2019 Peter Neumann SRI International Trustworthy Computing A two part talk:
(1) Thunderclap: A Research Platform for I/O Security;
(2) CHERI: Capability Hardware-Enhanced RISC Instructions
Nov 13, 2019 Fleming Shi CTO
Baracuda Networks
Cyber Security The Current State of Cybersecurity
Nov 20, 2019 Alexander Gounares CEO
Polyverse Corporation
Computer Security Solving Cybersecurity As an Economic Problem
Dec 4, 2019 Brewster Kahle Internet Archive Secure Web Locking the Web Open--a Call for a New, Decentralized Web

 

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