Stanford University Department of Electrical Engineering
Computer Systems Colloquium (EE380) Schedule
Winter 2010-2011
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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Feb 13, 2008Johnny Chung Lee
CS Department, Carnegie Mellon University
Watch this talk if you cannot attend the January 5 talk live.
Interaction Techniques Using the Wii Remote
Jan 5, 2011Johnny Lee
Working on Kinect
This talk must be attended live.
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Jan 12, 2011Carl Hewitt
How to Program the Many Cores for Inconsistency Robustness
Jan 19, 2011Milton Chen
Design of Video Collaboration, Video Town Halls and a Distributed Social Network for Humanitarian Environments
Jan 26, 2011Salman Khan
The Khan Academy
Using Technology to Rethink and Reimplement How We Teach and Learn
Feb 2, 2011Paul Rothemund
Beyond Watson and Crick: Recent advances in the use of DNA as a building material
Feb 9, 2011Matthew Might
University of Utah
Parsing with Derivatives
(Yacc is dead)
Feb 16, 2011Jon Kleinberg
Cornell University
Computer Science Department Distinguished Computer Scientist Lecture
Computational Perspectives on Social Phenomena in On-Line Networks
Feb 23, 2011Peter Seitz
Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique
How we wanted to revolutionize X-ray radiography--and how we then accidentally discovered single-photon CMOS imaging.
Mar 2, 2011Armin Rigo
University of Düssedorf
Python in Python: The PyPy System
Mar 9, 2011James Gosling
The Process of Innovation

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