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December 6, 2010

CS Department Seminar, Dec. 6: HongZhi Wang (UPenn)

Title: Regression-based Label Fusion for Multi-Atlas Segmentation Speaker: HongZhi Wang (University of Pennsylvania) Time: Monday, December 6, 2pm Location: Babbio 221 Host: Philippos Mordohai Abstract: Atlas-based segmentation methods label an unknown image by referring to a labeled image through deformable registration. Due to its wide applicability and the wide availability of registration tools, atlas-based segmentation has been one of the most popular techniques used in medica ...read more

For more information please contact:

Philippos Mordohai
Assistant Professor
Lieb
Room 215
Phone: +1 201 216 5611
Fax: +1 201 216 8249

pmordoha@stevens.edu

November 29, 2010

CS Department Seminar: Maxim Likhachev (CMU)

Title: Solving hard planning problems in robotics with simple graph searches Speaker:Maxim Likhachev, CMU Time: Monday, November 29, 2pm Location: Babbio 221 Host: Philippos Mordohai Abstract: Graph-based searches, such as BFS, Dijkstra's and A* search, are highly popular means of planning due to their generality, solid theoretical ground and simplicity in the implementation. The type of planning problems they can usually solve in real-time however, is limited to low-dimensional problems a ...read more

For more information please contact:

Philippos Mordohai
Assistant Professor
Lieb
Room 215
Phone: +1 201 216 5611
Fax: +1 201 216 8249

pmordoha@stevens.edu

November 22, 2010

CS Department Seminar: Tamara Berg (SUNY Stony Brook)

Title: Words & Pictures Speaker: Tamara Berg, SUNY Stony Brook Time: Monday, November 22, 2pm Location: Babbio 221 Host: Philippos Mordohai Abstract: There are billions of photographs with associated text available on the web.  Some common areas where images and words are naturally linked include: web pages, captioned photographs, and video with speech or closed captioning. One central question that needs to be solved in order to organize and access these collections effec ...read more

For more information please contact:

Philippos Mordohai
Assistant Professor
Lieb
Room 215
Phone: +1 201 216 5611
Fax: +1 201 216 8249

pmordoha@stevens.edu

November 15, 2010

CS Department Seminar:

Title: "Technology on Wall Street" by Morgan Stanley's IT department Time: Monday, November 15, 2pm Location: Pierce 120 Representatives from Morgan Stanley's IT department will give a presentation on technology in Wall Street.  Infrastructure, Brokerage and Trading technologies will be highlighted to show how Computer Science can be applied to real world problems in industry.

For more information please contact:

Philippos Mordohai
Assistant Professor
Lieb
Room 215
Phone: +1 201 216 5611
Fax: +1 201 216 8249

pmordoha@stevens.edu

November 1, 2010

CS Department Seminar: Elaine Weyuker (AT&T Labs - Research)

Title:  The Exterminator - Helping to Catch Those Bugs Speaker: Elaine Weyuker, AT&T Labs - Research Time: Monday, November 1, 2pm Location: Babbio 221 Host: Adriana Compagnoni Abstract: It would obviously be very valuable to know in advance which files in the next release of a large software system are most likely to contain the largest numbers of faults.  To accomplish this, we developed a statistical model and used it to predict the expected number of faults in each file of ...read more

For more information please contact:

Adriana Compagnoni
Associate Professor
Lieb
Room 312
Phone: 201.216.5046
Fax: 201.216.8249

abc@cs.stevens.edu

October 25, 2010

CS Department Seminar: Neal Ziring (NSA)

Title: Suite B cryptography, and Security Considerations of Independence Speaker: Neal Ziring, Technical Director for Vulnerability Analysis & Operations, NSA Time: Monday, October 25, 10am Location: Babbio 304

For more information please contact:

Susanne Wetzel
Associate Professor
Babbio
Room 634
Phone: 201.216.5610
Fax: 201.216.8249

swetzel@cs.stevens.edu

October 18, 2010

DIMACS Fall Mixer Series

Second Mixer at Stevens Institute of Technology - Monday, October 18, 2010

Stevens Institute of Technology Bissinger Room, Howe Center Building

Hoboken, NJ

The second DIMACS mixer series for the fall is scheduled for Monday, October 18, 2010. It will be held at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ in the Bissinger Room located in the Howe Center Building. It is possible to drive to Stevens Institute, but for those participants looking for an alternative, Stevens Institute ...read more

For more information please contact:

Susanne Wetzel
Associate Professor
Babbio
Room 634
Phone: 201.216.5610
Fax: 201.216.8249

swetzel@cs.stevens.edu

October 15, 2010

CS Department Seminar: Fernando De la Torre (CMU)

Title: Learning Components for Human Sensing Speaker: Fernando De la Torre (CMU) Time: Friday, October 15, 2pm Location: Babbio 219Host: Philippos Mordohai Abstract: Enabling computers to understand human behavior has the potential to revolutionize many areas that benefit society such as clinical diagnosis, human computer interaction, and social robotics. A critical element in the design of any behavioral sensing system is to find a good representation of the data for encoding, segmenting, cla ...read more

For more information please contact:

Philippos Mordohai
Assistant Professor
Lieb
Room 215
Phone: +1 201 216 5611
Fax: +1 201 216 8249

pmordoha@stevens.edu

October 4, 2010

CS Department Seminar: Dominique Schroeder (TU Darmstadt and University of Maryland)

Title: History-Free Aggregate Message Authentication Codes Speaker: Dominique Schroeder (TU Darmstadt and University of Maryland) Time: Monday, October 4, 2pm Location: Babbio 221 Host: Susanne Wetzel Abstract: Aggregate message authentication codes, as introduced by Katz and Lindell (CT-RSA 2008), combine several MACs into a single value, which has roughly the same size as an ordinary MAC. These schemes reduce the communication overhead significantly and are therefore a promising approach ...read more

For more information please contact:

Susanne Wetzel
Associate Professor
Babbio
Room 634
Phone: 201.216.5610
Fax: 201.216.8249

swetzel@cs.stevens.edu

September 27, 2010

CS Department Seminar: Ioannis Stamos (CUNY)

Title: Reconstruction and online classification from range data in urban scenesSpeaker: Ioannis Stamos (Hunter College and the Graduate Center, The City University of New York) Time: Monday, September 27, 2pmLocation: Babbio 221 Host: Philippos Mordohai Abstract:

Laser range scanners have now the ability to acquire millions of 3D points of highly detailed and geometrically complex urban sites, opening new avenues of exploration in modeling urban environments. We will describe our system for ...read more

For more information please contact:

Philippos Mordohai
Assistant Professor
Lieb
Room 215
Phone: +1 201 216 5611
Fax: +1 201 216 8249

pmordoha@stevens.edu

May 28, 2010

Contextual Integrity and Applications

Contextual Integrity and Applications

Speaker: Helen Nissenbaum, Professor of Media, Culture and Communication, and Computer Science, New York University;and Faculty Fellow of the Information Law Institute, New York University.

Time: Friday, May 28, 11:30amLocation: Babbio 122Host: Antonio R. NicolosiAbstract:Common definitions  ...read more

For more information please contact:

Antonio Nicolosi
Assistant Professor
Babbio
Room 624
Phone: 201.216.8035
Fax: 201.216.8249

nicolosi@cs.stevens.edu

May 3, 2010

CS Department Seminar: Coray Seifert (Kaos Studios/THQ Inc.)

Title: Finding Your Place in the Games Industry Speaker: Coray Seifert, Game Designer, Kaos Studios | THQ Inc. Time: Monday, May 3, 1:30 Location: Babbio 110 Host: George Kamberov Abstract: The Games Industry is a wonderful place to work. You get to wear flip flops to work, drink beer during build reviews, and work on the most exciting, cutting-edge, engaging entertainment projects in the world. However, getting that elusive first games industry job, and then maneuvering your way into a posi ...read more

For more information please contact:

George Kamberov
Associate Research Professor
Babio
Room 613
Phone: 201.216.5486
Fax: 201.216.8249

My last name@cs.stevens.edu

March 25, 2010

CS Department Seminar: Lillian Chang (CMU)

Title: Capturing and Transferring Human Manipulation Skills Speaker: Lillian Chang, CMU Time: Thursday, March 25, 11:00 Location: Babbio 303 Understanding human manipulation can provide insight into biomedical evaluation techniques, strategies for robot manipulators, and animation of character hands.  In this talk I will present two research projects from my work on analysis and synthesis of manipulation actions. First, to capture accurate human hand data for analysis, we need reliable ...read more

For more information please contact:

George Kamberov
Associate Research Professor
Babio
Room 613
Phone: 201.216.5486
Fax: 201.216.8249

My last name@cs.stevens.edu

March 22, 2010

CS Department Seminar: Sam Hasinoff (MIT)

Title: Rich Photography on a Budget Speaker: Sam Hasinoff,  MIT CSAIL Time: Monday, March 22, 11:00 Location: Babbio 220 Abstract:Computation is playing an increasingly central role in how we capture and process our images, opening up richer forms of imaging that go beyond conventional photography. Recent examples of rich photography involve merging multiple shots to obtain seamless panoramas, 3D shape, deeper focus, or a wider range of tones. In this talk, I will argue that the fut ...read more

For more information please contact:

George Kamberov
Associate Research Professor
Babio
Room 613
Phone: 201.216.5486
Fax: 201.216.8249

My last name@cs.stevens.edu

March 19, 2010

CS Department Seminar: David Crandall (Cornell)

Title: Mapping the World's Photos Speaker: David Crandall, Cornell University Time: Friday, March 19, 11:00 Location: Lieb 319 Abstract: The rapid rise of social photo-sharing websites has created immense collections of photographs online, with Flickr and Facebook alone now hosting over 20 billion images.  The sheer size of these sites raises the question of how to organize large photo collections effectively.  Current photo-sharing sites rely on relatively primitive technology l ...read more

For more information please contact:

Philippos Mordohai
Assistant Professor
Lieb
Room 215
Phone: +1 201 216 5611
Fax: +1 201 216 8249

pmordoha@stevens.edu

March 12, 2010

CS Department Seminar: Micah Sherr (UPenn)

Title: Extensible AnonymitySpeaker: Micah Sherr (University of Pennsylvania)Time:      Friday, Mar 12, 11:00Location:  Babbio 104

 

Abstract: Today's Internet routing protocols, while arguably robust and efficient, are not designed to support private communication. Although applications may encrypt packet payloads to conceal message contents, packet headers must specify accurate destination addresses (for packets to be routable) and truthfu ...read more

For more information please contact:

Antonio Nicolosi
Assistant Professor
Babbio
Room 624
Phone: 201.216.8035
Fax: 201.216.8249

nicolosi@cs.stevens.edu

March 11, 2010

CS Department Seminar: Kevin Butler (Penn State)

Title: Leveraging Emerging Storage Functionality for New Security Services Speaker: Kevin Butler, Penn State Time: Thursday, Mar 11, 11am Location: Babbio 202 Abstract: The complexity of modern operating systems makes securing them a challenging problem. However, changes in the computing model, such as the rise of cloud computing and smarter peripherals, have presented opportunities to reconsider system architectures, as we move from traditional "stove-pipe" computing to distributed ...read more

For more information please contact:

Dr. Sven Dietrich
Assistant Professor
Babbio Center
Room 635
Phone: +1-201-216-8078
Fax: +1-201-216-8249

spock+web@cs.stevens.edu

March 2, 2010

CS Department Seminar: Gang Hua (Nokia Research)

Title: Towards Understanding Online Visual Media Speaker: Gang Hua, Nokia Research Center, Hollywood

Time: Tuesday, March 2, 11:00 Location: Babbio 202 

Abstract: The proliferation of internet and visual sensors have created tremendous amount of online visual media. To assist the users to more conveniently access and share these visual media, it is an emerging need to intelligently analyze, understand, and annotate their content. It is not a trivial problem due to the unco ...read more

For more information please contact:

Philippos Mordohai
Assistant Professor
Lieb
Room 215
Phone: +1 201 216 5611
Fax: +1 201 216 8249

pmordoha@stevens.edu

February 25, 2010

CS Department Seminar: Michel Galley (Stanford)

Title:Machine Translation: Re-envisioning the Model Space Speaker: Michel Galley, Stanford University Abstract: As the Internet is becoming linguistically very heterogeneous, information access proves more challenging since retrieved documents need to be translated into a wide range of languages. Fortunately, machine translation (MT) has made significant progress in recent years thanks to a shift towards corpus-based and statistical methods, which address the challenge of building MT systems ...read more

For more information please contact:

George Kamberov
Associate Research Professor
Babio
Room 613
Phone: 201.216.5486
Fax: 201.216.8249

My last name@cs.stevens.edu

February 8, 2010

Protecting National Infrastructure from Cyber Attack

Speaker: Ed Amoroso (Chief Security Officer, AT&T Inc)

Time: Monday, February, 5pm Location: Babbio 104 Host: Antonio Nicolosi

Biography:

Dr. Edward G. Amoroso serves as Senior Vice President and Chief Security Officer for AT&T Services, Inc. Ed's twenty four-year career at AT&T began at Bell Laboratories, where he worked on securing the Unix operating system. More recently, he has championed AT&T's network-based security strategy, centered around emer ...read more

For more information please contact:

Antonio Nicolosi
Assistant Professor
Babbio
Room 624
Phone: 201.216.8035
Fax: 201.216.8249

nicolosi@cs.stevens.edu

January 25, 2010

Manifold Learning in Human-Robot Teams

Speaker: Chad Jenkins, Brown University

Time: Monday, January 25, 1:30 Location: Babbio 319 Host: Philippos Mordohai

Abstract:

A principal goal of robotics is to realize embodied systems that are effective collaborators in human endeavors pursued in the physical world. Human-robot collaborations can occur in a variety of forms, including autonomous robotic assistants, mixed-initiative robot explorers, and augmentations of the human body. For these collaborations to be effec ...read more

For more information please contact:

Philippos Mordohai
Assistant Professor
Lieb
Room 215
Phone: +1 201 216 5611
Fax: +1 201 216 8249

pmordoha@stevens.edu

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Daniel Duchamp
Research Professor & Department Director
Lieb
Room 313
Phone: 201.216.5390
Fax: 201.216.8249
dduchamp@stevens.edu

Dawn Garcia
Administrative Assistant
Lieb
Room 317
Phone: 201.216.5578
Fax: 201.216.8249
dgarcia@cs.stevens.edu

Sherry Dorso
Assistant to the Director
Lieb 317
Phone: 201.216.5328
Fax: 201.216.8249
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