Stanford University Department of Electrical Engineering
Computer Systems Colloquium (EE380) Schedule
Winter 2007-2008
Wednesdays, 4:15-5:30PM in Gates B03

Stanford EE Computer Systems Colloquium meets on Wednesdays 4:15PM-5:30PM throughout the academic year. Talks are given before a live audience in Gates B03 (Fall) or Gates B01 (Winter and Spring).
The Colloquium may also be viewed live on the web (click the "join the live presentation" link), or it may be viewed on demand over the web an hour or so (sometimes longer) after the lecture completes (click the video button on the schedule). Colloquium talks are also distributed on iTunes and YouTube The schedule for these channels is highly variable since it depends upon how much time SCPD staff has available outside of critical class related work.

If you enjoy the EE380 Colloquium you may want to attend one of the other CS or EE seminars or colloquia.
  1. CS545, the Stanford Info Seminari, which meets Fridays 4:15-5:15pm in the Gates Room B12.
  2. CS547, the Human-Computer Interaction Seminar (Seminar on People, Computers, and Design), which meets Fridays 12:50-2:05PM in Gates Room B01.
  3. The Program on Liberation Technology is part of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford. They frequently have lectures of interest to Computer Scientists and Engineers. The Seminar meets Thursdays 4:30-6:00PM in the Wallenburg Theater, Building 160.
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Jan 9, 2008Vint Cerf
Tracking The Internet into the 21-st Century
Jan 16, 2008Dan Ingalls
SUN Microsystems
The Lively Kernel: A Self-Supporting System on a Web Page
Jan 23, 2008Jim Tørresen
University of Oslo, Norway
Adapting Systems by Evolving Hardware
Jan 30, 2008Zhenan Bao
Chemical Engineering, Stanford
Organic Thin Film Flexible Electronics
Feb 6, 2008Charles Simonyi
Intentional Software Corporation
Program representation using a domain workbench
Feb 13, 2008Johnny Chung Lee
CS Department, Carnegie Mellon University
Interaction Techniques Using the Wii Remote
Feb 20, 2008Nick Tredennick
Gilder Publishing
Computing in Transistion
Feb 27, 2008John Nickolls
Scalable parallel programming with CUDA on manycore GPUs.
Mar 5, 2008David G. Stork
Chief Scientist, Richoh Innovations
Visiting Stanford CS Spring 2008
When computers look at art: Computer vision and image analysis in humanistic studies of the visual arts
No video will be available for this lecture due to copyright issues. Students who did not attend the Colloquium live should view the lecture by Steve Mann taken from our archives and listed below.
Mar 12, 2008Charles Reis
University of Washington
Building a Safer Web: Web Tripwires and A New Browser Architecture
Jun 5, 2002Steve Mann
University of Toronto
Intelligent Image Processing
Eyeglass-based computer vision systems based on the EyeTap principle
Students who did not view the David Stork lecture live should view this replacement lecture.

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