Upcoming UW CSE colloquia

I keep forgetting about the fabulous Colloquia series at our Computer Science and Engineering department. I’m really kicking myself for having missed a couple of recent ones, like Patrick Baudisch (Microsoft) on Making Sense on Small Screens and Jeff Dean (Google) on BigTable: A Distributed Structured Storage System. Fortunately, both of those are available on … Continue reading “Upcoming UW CSE colloquia”

I keep forgetting about the fabulous Colloquia series at our Computer Science and Engineering department. I’m really kicking myself for having missed a couple of recent ones, like Patrick Baudisch (Microsoft) on Making Sense on Small Screens and Jeff Dean (Google) on BigTable: A Distributed Structured Storage System. Fortunately, both of those are available on archived video and audio.

There are a bunch of good ones still to come, including:

Gail Murphy (University of British Columbia)
The Emergent Structure of Software Development Tasks
Tuesday, November 1, 2005
3:30 pm, EE-105
Colloquium

Tony Hey (Microsoft)
Cyberinfrastrucure for E-science
Tuesday, November 8, 2005
3:30 pm, EE-105
Colloquium

Lenhart Schubert (University of Rochester)
Turing’s Dream and the Knowledge Challenge
Thursday, November 10, 2005
3:30 pm, EE-105
Turing Center Distinguished Lecture Series

Mary Czerwinski (Microsoft)
From Scatterbrained to Focused: User Interface Support for Today’s Crazed Information Worker
Tuesday, November 15, 2005
3:30 pm, EE-105
Colloquium

I’m going to try to attend more regularly.

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