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Departmental Seminars

Fall 2014

Date Time Location Photo Speaker Affiliation Seminar Title
11/131:30 pm -
2:30 pm
Civil Engineering Room 007Dr. Jiayu ZhouDr. Jiayu ZhouSenior Research Scientist

Samsung Research America
“Multi-Task Learning and Its Applications to Biomedical Informatics”

Abstract 13-11-14 01:30:00 PM13-11-14 02:30:00 PM11Seminar: Dr. Jiayu ZhouDescription:\nDr. Jiayu Zhou, Senior Research Scientist at Samsung Research America, will give a presentation titled "Multi-Task Learning and Its Applications to Biomedical Informatics" at 1:30 p.m. in Civil Engineering Room 007.\n\nSeminar Title: Multi-Task Learning and Its Applications to Biomedical Informatics\n\nSeminar Type: Departmental\n\nPresenter: Dr. Jiayu Zhou\n\nPresenter Title: Senior Research Scientist\n\nOrganization: Samsung Research America\n\nAbstract: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/cs/department/seminars/abstracts/Abstract-Zhou.pdfCivil Engineering Room 007MM//DD/YYYYAdd To Calendar Download to Calendar

Spring 2014

Date Time Location Photo Speaker Affiliation Seminar Title
4/43:30 pm -
4:30 pm
TFPERB 208Dr. Vir V. PhohaDr. Vir V. PhohaW. W. Chew Endowed Professor of Computer Science

Louisiana Tech University
“Securing Mobile Devices - Emerging Threats and Counter Measures”

Abstract 04-04-14 03:30:00 PM04-04-14 04:30:00 PM11Seminar: Dr. Vir V. PhohaDescription:\nDr. Vir V. Phoha, W. W. Chew Endowed Professor of Computer Science at Louisiana Tech University, will give a presentation titled "Securing Mobile Devices - Emerging Threats and Counter Measures" at 3:30 p.m. in the Terry Fuller Petroleum Engineering Research Building Room 208.\n\nSeminar Title: Securing Mobile Devices - Emerging Threats and Counter Measures\n\nSeminar Type: Departmental\n\nPresenter: Dr. Vir V. Phoha\n\nPresenter Title: W. W. Chew Endowed Professor of Computer Science\n\nOrganization: Louisiana Tech University\n\nAbstract: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/cs/department/seminars/abstracts/Abstract-Phoha.pdfTFPERB 208MM//DD/YYYYAdd To Calendar Download to Calendar

 

U−REaSON Graduate Student Seminars

U−REaSON (read as "You Reason"), which stands for "gradUate students RESearch in cOmputer scieNce," is a newly−established student association promoting research, collaboration, and community of scholars between computer science graduate students and faculty.

Spring 2014

Date Time Location Photo Speaker Affiliation Seminar Title
2/183:30 pm -
4:30 pm
ECE 226 - Bullen RoomDr. J. Nelson RushtonDr. J. Nelson RushtonAssociate Professor of Computer Science

Texas Tech University
“Circuitbot: crowd source program verification”

Abstract 18-02-14 03:30:00 PM18-02-14 04:30:00 PM11CS U-REaSON Seminar: Dr. J. Nelson RushtonDescription:\nDr. J. Nelson Rushton, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Texas Tech University, will give a presentation titled "Circuitbot: crowd source program verification" in ECE 226 - Bullen Room at 3:30 p.m.\n\nSeminar Title: Circuitbot: crowd source program verification\n\nSeminar Type: U-REASON\n\nPresenter: Dr. J. Nelson Rushton\n\nPresenter Title: Associate Professor of Computer Science\n\nOrganization: Texas Tech University\n\nAbstract: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/cs/department/seminars/abstracts/Abstract-Rushton.pdfECE 226 - Bullen RoomMM//DD/YYYYAdd To Calendar Download to Calendar

Fall 2013

Date Time Location Photo Speaker Affiliation Seminar Title
10/13:40 pm -
4:10 pm
ECE 226 - Bullen RoomXiaozhen XueXiaozhen XueDoctoral Student

Texas Tech University
“How Significant Is the Effect of Fault Interactions on Coverage based Fault Localizations?”

Abstract Slides
01-10-13 03:40:00 PM01-10-13 04:10:00 PM11CS U-REaSON Seminar: Xiaozhen XueDescription:\nXiaozhen Xue, a doctoral student in the Department of Computer Science at Texas Tech University, will give a presentation titled "How Significant Is the Effect of Fault Interactions on Coverage based Fault Localizations?" in ECE 226 - Bullen Room at 3:40 p.m.\n\nSeminar Title: How Significant Is the Effect of Fault Interactions on Coverage based Fault Localizations?\n\nSeminar Type: U-REASON\n\nPresenter: Xiaozhen Xue\n\nPresenter Title: Doctoral Student\n\nOrganization: Texas Tech University\n\nAbstract: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/cs/department/seminars/abstracts/Abstract-Xue.pdfECE 226 - Bullen RoomMM//DD/YYYYAdd To Calendar Download to Calendar

10/14:10 pm -
4:40 pm
ECE 226 - Bullen RoomAvesta HojjatiAvesta HojjatiSenior CS Major

Texas Tech University
“SCADA System Penetration Testing and DNS Phishing, Prevention, Gaining Access, and Surviving the Attack”

Abstract Slides
01-10-13 04:10:00 PM01-10-13 04:40:00 PM11CS U-REaSON Seminar: Avesta HojjatiDescription:\nAvesta Hojjati, a senior in the Department of Computer Science at Texas Tech University, will give a presentation titled "SCADA System Penetration Testing and DNS Phishing, Prevention, Gaining Access, and Surviving the Attack" in ECE 226 - Bullen Room at 4:10 p.m.\n\nSeminar Title: SCADA System Penetration Testing and DNS Phishing, Prevention, Gaining Access, and Surviving the Attack\n\nSeminar Type: U-REASON\n\nPresenter: Avesta Hojjati\n\nPresenter Title: Senior CS Major\n\nOrganization: Texas Tech University\n\nAbstract: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/cs/department/seminars/abstracts/Abstract-Hojjati.pdfECE 226 - Bullen RoomMM//DD/YYYYAdd To Calendar Download to Calendar

10/153:40 pm -
4:10 pm
ECE 108Jialin LiuJialin LiuDoctoral Student

Texas Tech University
“Locality-driven High-level I/O Aggregation for Processing Scientific Datasets”

Abstract Slides
15-10-13 03:40:00 PM15-10-13 04:10:00 PM11CS U-REaSON Seminar: Jialin LiuDescription:\nJialin Liu, a doctoral student in the Department of Computer Science at Texas Tech University, will give a presentation titled "Locality-driven High-level I/O Aggregation for Processing Scientific Datasets" in ECE 108 - Pulsed Power Conference Room at 3:40 p.m.\n\nSeminar Title: Locality-driven High-level I/O Aggregation for Processing Scientific Datasets\n\nSeminar Type: U-REASON\n\nPresenter: Jialin Liu\n\nPresenter Title: Doctoral Student\n\nOrganization: Texas Tech University\n\nAbstract: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/cs/department/seminars/abstracts/Abstract-Liu.pdfECE 108MM//DD/YYYYAdd To Calendar Download to Calendar

10/154:10 pm -
4:40 pm
ECE 108Atluri Sri HarshaAtluri Sri HarshaGraduate Student

Texas Tech University
“A Brief Introduction to High Throughput Phenotyping”

Abstract Slides
15-10-13 04:10:00 PM15-10-13 04:40:00 PM11CS U-REaSON Seminar: Atluri Sri HarshaDescription:\nAtluri Sri Harsha, a graduate student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas Tech University, will give a presentation titled "A Brief Introduction to High Throughput Phenotyping" in ECE 108 - Pulsed Power Conference Room at 4:10 p.m.\n\nSeminar Title: A Brief Introduction to High Throughput Phenotyping\n\nSeminar Type: U-REASON\n\nPresenter: Atluri Sri Harsha\n\nPresenter Title: Graduate Student\n\nOrganization: Texas Tech University\n\nAbstract: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/cs/department/seminars/abstracts/Abstract-Harsha.pdfECE 108MM//DD/YYYYAdd To Calendar Download to Calendar

10/293:40 pm -
4:10 pm
ECE 226 - Bullen RoomDr. Jeevan MaddalaDr. Jeevan MaddalaLead Engineer

SYSENG, LLC
“Designing droplet based microfluidic devices for lab on chip applications”

Abstract Slides
29-10-13 03:40:00 PM29-10-13 04:10:00 PM11CS U-REaSON Seminar: Dr. Jeevan MaddalaDescription:\nDr. Jeevan Maddala, Lead Engineer at SYSENG, LLC, will give a presentation titled "Designing droplet based microfluidic devices for lab on chip applications" in ECE 226 - Bullen Room at 3:40 p.m.\n\nSeminar Title: Designing droplet based microfluidic devices for lab on chip applications\n\nSeminar Type: U-REASON\n\nPresenter: Dr. Jeevan Maddala\n\nPresenter Title: Lead Engineer\n\nOrganization: SYSENG, LLC\n\nAbstract: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/cs/department/seminars/abstracts/Abstract-Maddala.pdfECE 226 - Bullen RoomMM//DD/YYYYAdd To Calendar Download to Calendar

10/294:10 pm -
4:40 pm
ECE 226 - Bullen RoomBailey EvertsBailey EvertsCS Major

Texas Tech University
“Electroencephalography (EEG) Test Interpretation using Answer Set Programming”

Abstract Slides
29-10-13 04:10:00 PM29-10-13 04:40:00 PM11CS U-REaSON Seminar: Bailey EvertsDescription:\nBailey Everts, a student in the Department of Computer Science at Texas Tech University, will give a presentation titled "Electroencephalography (EEG) Test Interpretation using Answer Set Programming" in ECE 226 - Bullen Room at 4:10 p.m.\n\nSeminar Title: Electroencephalography (EEG) Test Interpretation using Answer Set Programming\n\nSeminar Type: U-REASON\n\nPresenter: Bailey Everts\n\nPresenter Title: CS Major\n\nOrganization: Texas Tech University\n\nAbstract: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/cs/department/seminars/abstracts/Abstract-Everts.pdfECE 226 - Bullen RoomMM//DD/YYYYAdd To Calendar Download to Calendar

11/123:40 pm -
4:40 pm
ECE 226 - Bullen RoomDr. Richard WatsonDr. Richard WatsonAssociate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies

Texas Tech University
“Answer Set Programming, Epistemic Specifications, Action Languages, and Intelligent Agents”

Abstract Slides
12-11-13 03:40:00 PM12-11-13 04:40:00 PM11CS U-REaSON Seminar: Dr. Richard WatsonDescription:\nDr. Richard Watson, Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Computer Science at Texas Tech University, will give a presentation titled "Answer Set Programming, Epistemic Specifications, Action Languages, and Intelligent Agents" in ECE 226 - Bullen Room at 3:40 p.m.\n\nSeminar Title: Answer Set Programming, Epistemic Specifications, Action Languages, and Intelligent Agents\n\nSeminar Type: U-REASON\n\nPresenter: Dr. Richard Watson\n\nPresenter Title: Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies\n\nOrganization: Texas Tech University\n\nAbstract: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/cs/department/seminars/abstracts/Abstract-Watson.pdfECE 226 - Bullen RoomMM//DD/YYYYAdd To Calendar Download to Calendar

11/263:40 pm -
4:10 pm
ECE 226 - Bullen RoomJohn LeidelJohn LeidelGraduate Student

Texas Tech University
“An Introduction to Goblin-Core64: A Massively Parallel Processor Architecture Designed for Complex Data Analytics”

Abstract Slides
26-11-13 03:40:00 PM26-11-13 04:10:00 PM11CS U-REaSON Seminar: John LeidelDescription:\nJohn Leidel, a graduate student in the Department of Computer Science at Texas Tech University, will give a presentation titled "An Introduction to Goblin-Core64: A Massively Parallel Processor Architecture Designed for Complex Data Analytics" in ECE 226 - Bullen Room at 3:40 p.m.\n\nSeminar Title: An Introduction to Goblin-Core64: A Massively Parallel Processor Architecture Designed for Complex Data Analytics\n\nSeminar Type: U-REASON\n\nPresenter: John Leidel\n\nPresenter Title: Graduate Student\n\nOrganization: Texas Tech University\n\nAbstract: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/cs/department/seminars/abstracts/Abstract-Leidel.pdfECE 226 - Bullen RoomMM//DD/YYYYAdd To Calendar Download to Calendar

11/264:10 pm -
4:40 pm
ECE 226 - Bullen RoomMohammed Nazim FerozMohammed Nazim FerozGraduate Student

Texas Tech University
“URLDOC: Learning To Detect Malicious URLs Using Online Logistic Regression”

Abstract Slides
26-11-13 04:10:00 PM26-11-13 04:40:00 PM11CS U-REaSON Seminar: Mohammed Nazim FerozDescription:\nMohammed Nazim Feroz, a graduate student in the Department of Computer Science at Texas Tech University, will give a presentation titled "URLDOC: Learning To Detect Malicious URLs Using Online Logistic Regression" in ECE 226 - Bullen Room at 4:10 p.m.\n\nSeminar Title: URLDOC: Learning To Detect Malicious URLs Using Online Logistic Regression\n\nSeminar Type: U-REASON\n\nPresenter: Mohammed Nazim Feroz\n\nPresenter Title: Graduate Student\n\nOrganization: Texas Tech University\n\nAbstract: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/cs/department/seminars/abstracts/Abstract-Feroz.pdfECE 226 - Bullen RoomMM//DD/YYYYAdd To Calendar Download to Calendar

12/103:40 pm -
4:40 pm
ECE 226 - Bullen RoomDr. Jay LofsteadDr. Jay LofsteadSenior Member, Technical Staff

Sandia National Laboratories
“Science Application Big Data Analytics and the Relations to Other Big Data Applications”

Abstract Slides
10-12-13 03:40:00 PM10-12-13 04:40:00 PM11CS U-REaSON Seminar: Dr. Jay LofsteadDescription:\nDr. Jay Lofstead, a senior member of technical staff at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, NM in the Scalable System Software group, will give a presentation titled "Science Application Big Data Analytics and the Relations to Other Big Data Applications" in ECE 226 - Bullen Room at 3:40 p.m.\n\nSeminar Title: Science Application Big Data Analytics and the Relations to Other Big Data Applications\n\nSeminar Type: U-REASON\n\nPresenter: Dr. Jay Lofstead\n\nPresenter Title: Senior Member, Technical Staff\n\nOrganization: Sandia National Laboratories\n\nAbstract: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/cs/department/seminars/abstracts/Abstract-Lofstead.pdfECE 226 - Bullen RoomMM//DD/YYYYAdd To Calendar Download to Calendar

2012-2013 Academic Year

Date Time Location Speaker Title Institution Seminar Title Abstract
04/30/2013 3:35 p.m. -
4:35 p.m.
CEE 001 Thomas Bernens,
Ryan Gartman,
Teo Hall,
and Ramiro Novoa
Undergraduate Students Texas Tech University Cyber Security for Power Grids Abstract
04/23/2013 3:35 p.m. -
4:35 p.m.
CEE 001 Dr. Stephen Bayne Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Texas Tech University Evaluation of Silicon Carbide (SiC) Power Devices  
03/05/2013 3:35 p.m. -
4:35 p.m.
CEE 001 Patrick Kahl Graduate Student Texas Tech University Reasoning about Reasoning Abstract
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02/26/2013 3:35 p.m. -
4:35 p.m.
CEE 001 Dr. Gopal Lakhani Associate Professor Texas Tech University Lossless image coding using lossy JPEG codec Abstract
11/15/2012 3:35 p.m. -
4:35 p.m.
CEE 211 Dr. Sunho Lim Assistant Professor Texas Tech University When Dynamic Source Routing meets IEEE 802.11 Power Saving Mode Abstract
Slides
10/30/2012 3:35 p.m. -
4:35 p.m.
CEE 211 Ian Scott-Fleming

Ranjini Swaminathan
Graduate Student


Instructor
Texas Tech University Computational models for Regional Climate Projections Abstract
10/23/2012 4:05 p.m. -
4:35 p.m.
CEE 211 Xiang Li Graduate Student Texas Tech University Autonomous Learning of Object Models on Mobile Robots using Visual Cues Abstract
Slides
10/23/2012 3:35 p.m. -
4:05 p.m.
CEE 211 Shiqi Zhang Graduate Student Texas Tech University CLIPP: Combining Logical Inference and Probabilistic Planning Abstract
Slides
10/16/2012 4:05 p.m. -
4:35 p.m.
CEE 211 Daniel Holman Graduate Student Texas Tech University Gaussian Processes-Based Predictive Models to Estimate Reference ET From Alternative Meteorological Data Sources for Irrigation Scheduling Abstract
10/16/2012 3:35 p.m. -
4:05 p.m.
CEE 211 Delbert Bonner Graduate Student Texas Tech University A Parallel Software Energy Efficiency Ratio Abstract
Slides
10/9/2012 3:35 p.m. -
4:35 p.m.
CEE 211 Dr. Yong Chen Assistant Professor Texas Tech University Decoupled Execution Paradigm for Data-Intensive High-End Computing Abstract
Slides
10/2/2012 3:35 p.m. -
4:35 p.m.
CEE 211 Dr. Mohan Sridharan Assistant Professor Texas Tech University Towards Autonomy in Human-Robot Collaboration Abstract
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9/18/2012 3:30 p.m. -
4:30 p.m.
CEE 211 Dr. Rattikorn Hewett Chair of the Department of Computer Science Texas Tech University How to Communicate Effectively in a Technical Forum -- Securing System Controllers in Critical Infrastructurese Abstract
5/4/2012 12:30 p.m. CEE 205 Daniela Inclezan Graduate Student Texas Tech University Modeling a Theory of Second Language Acquisition in Answer Set Prolog Abstract
5/4/2012 12:00 p.m. CEE 205 Yugendra R. Guvvala Graduate Student Texas Tech University Optimizing Accelerator Programming Abstract
4/27/2012 12:30 p.m. CEE 205 Qianji Zheng Graduate Student Texas Tech University Exploring the design space for adaptive graphical user interface Abstract
4/27/2012 12:00 p.m. CEE 205 Soma Datta Graduate Student Texas Tech University Analyzing student data for student retention Abstract
4/20/2012 12:30 p.m. CEE 205 Xiang Li Graduate Student Texas Tech University Autonomous Learning of Object Models on Mobile Robots using Local Global and Temporal Visual Cues Abstract
4/20/2012 12:00 p.m. CEE 205 Shiqi Zhang Graduate Student Texas Tech University Combining Probabilistic Planning and Logic Programming on Mobile Robots Abstract
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4/13/2012 12:30 p.m. CEE 205 Jialin Liu Graduate Student Texas Tech University FSD: Fast Query with Integrated Statistical Information in Scientific Datasets Abstract
4/13/2012 12:00 p.m. CEE 205 Chao Chen Graduate Student Texas Tech University Dynamic Active Storage for High Performance I/O Abstract
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4/6/2012 12:30 p.m. CEE 205 Yin Lu Graduate Student Texas Tech University Performance Model Directed Data Sieving for High Performance I/O Abstract
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4/6/2012 12:00 p.m. CEE 205 Justin Blount Graduate Student Texas Tech University Reasoning about the Intentions of Agents Abstract
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3/30/2012 12:00 p.m. CEE 205 Dr. Michael Gelfond Professor of Computer Science Texas Tech University Texas Tech Knowledge Representation Research  
2/24/2012 12:00 p.m. CEE 205 Dr. Hamed Mohsenian-Rad Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Texas Tech University Towards Autonomous Demand Side Management in Smart Grid Abstract
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