Stanford University Department of Electrical Engineering
Computer Systems Colloquium (EE380) Schedule
Winter 2009-2010
Wednesdays, 4:15-5:30PM in Skilling Auditorium

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

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 release schedule to these channels is highly variable since it depends upon how much time SCPD staff has available outside of critical class-related work.

The Colloquium (EE380) is offered as a one unit class, with a S/NC. To receive credit in the Colloquium (assuming you are an enrolled student), select ten lectures, view each of the lectures over the web by clicking on the video camera icon, then submit a short commentary about the lecture by clicking on the thumbs-up thumbs-down icons, completing the web form, and submitting it.

After you've viewed all ten lectures, fill out a class evaluation form (look for the blinking red arrow on the schedule page). The final deadline for assignments is the last day of finals for the quarter.

Curious About EE380?

During the summer, EE380 is a video course where students can select their own program from our backlist of lectures. Browsing the lectures and viewing one or two will give you an idea of the sort of talks coming up in the coming quarter The summer program is HERE..

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Jan 6, 2010Tom Forsyth
Intel Corporation
The Challenge of Larabee as a GPU
Jan 13, 2010Bruce Damer
Digital Space
The EvoGrid: Simulating The Origin of Life
Jan 20, 2010Brewster Kahle
A Future for Books: Bookserver
Jan 27, 2010Matt Fuchs
Paideia Computing
The Discrete Event Calculus as a Programming Language for Games and Other (Soft) Real Time Processes
Feb 3, 2010Anant Agarwal
Realizing a Power Efficient, Easy to Program Many Core: The Tile Processor
Feb 10, 2010David Salesin
Computer Science Department Distinguished Computer Scientist Lecture
Computational Aesthetics & Adobe's Creative Technologies Laboratory
Drawing upon Artistic Tradition to Enhance Communication and Adorn Modern Life
Feb 17, 2010Glenn Hinton
Intel Corporation
Intel's Nehalem Microarchitecture
Feb 24, 2010Hal Whitehead
Dalhousie University
Nova Scotia, Canada
The rise and fall of cultures: modelling the evolution of cultural capacity, and the consequent collapse of populations
Mar 3, 2010Stuart Kauffman
Tampere University of Technology and University of Vermont
Economic Webs and the Evolution of Wealth
Mar 10, 2010Roberto Ierusalimschy
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janro
Small is Beautiful: the Design of Lua

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