2015-2016 Colloquium Series | Department of Computer Science and Engineering | Michigan State University

CSE Lecture Series: 2015-2016

Lectures are usually on Fridays at 11:00am in EB3105 unless otherwise specified. These lectures are free and open to everyone.

Spring 2016


Jan 22 (Friday, 11am, EB 3105)

Dr. Olga Russakovsky
Carnegie Mellon University

Title: Scaling Up Object Detection

Host: Dr. Arun Ross


Feb 5 (Friday, 11am, EB 3105)

Dr. Marios Savvides
Carnegie Mellon University

Title: Tackling Simultaneous Face Image Degradations: Unconstrained Resolution, Occlusion, Pose and Aging (UROPA) for Real-World Face Recognition

Host: Dr. Arun Ross and Dr. Anil Jain


March 31 (Thursday, 10am, EB 3105)

Dr. Yu Cheng
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Title: An Exploration of Parameter Redundancy in Deep Networks with Circulant Projections

Host: Dr. Jiayu Zhou


April 8 (Friday, 11am, EB 1230)

Dr. Walter Scheirer
University of Notre Dame

Title: Perceptual Annotation: Measuring Human Vision to Improve Computer Vision

Host: Dr. Arun Ross


April 29 (Friday, 11am, EB 3105)

Dr. Qixing (Peter) Huang
Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago

Title: Dense Correspondences Using Convolutional Neural Networks

Host: Dr. Xiaoming Liu

Fall 2015


Sep 14 (Monday, 2pm, EB 3105)

Dr. Sebastien Marcel
Idiap Research Institute, Switzerland

Title: Spoofing, Anti-Spoofing and Reproducible Research in Biometrics

Host: Dr. Arun Ross

 

Oct 2 (Friday, 11am, EB 3105)

Dr. Jiayu Zhou
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Michigan State University

Title: Multi-task learning and its applications


 

Oct 9 (Friday, 11am, EB 3105)

Dr. Matthew J. Hirn
Department of Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering
Michigan State University

Title: High Dimensional Learning rather than Computing in Quantum Chemistry

Host: Dr. Metin Aktulga


Oct 16 (Friday, 11am, EB 3105)

Dr. Alex Dickson
Department of Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering
Michigan State University

Title: Using network-based tools to manage complexity and enhance sampling in biomolecular simulations

Host: Dr. Metin Aktulga

 

Oct 23 (Friday, 11am, Anthony Hall 1257)

Dr. John Butler
National Institute of Standards and Technology

Title: Forensic DNA Analysis: How it is performed and thoughts on its future

Host: Dr. Anil Jain

 

Oct 23 (Friday, 2pm, Anthony Hall 1257)

Prof. Siwei Lyu
University at Albany
State University of New York

Title: Digital Image Forensics: There is More to a Picture Than Meets the Eye

Host: Dr. Xiaoming Liu

 

Oct 23 (Friday, 3:30pm, EB 3105)

Dr. Brendan Klare
Rank One Computing

Title: Applications and challenges in unconstrained face recognition: a brief overview

Host: Dr. Anil Jain

 

Nov 2 (Monday, 10:30am, EB 3105)

Dr. Jens Dietrich
Massey University, New Zealand

Title: On the Modularisation of Java Programs (or: From Big Balls of Mud to Blocks of Lego)

Host: Dr. Laurie Dillon and Dr. Betty Cheng

 

Nov 13 (Friday, 11am, EB 3105)

James Voss, PhD Candidate
Ohio State University

Title: An algorithmic framework for hidden basis with applications to spectral clustering and blind signal separation

Host: Dr. Jiayu Zhou and Dr. Anil K. Jain

 

Nov 23 (Monday, 2pm, EB 1234)

James Loudermilk
Senior Level Technologist
FBI Science and Technology Branch

Title: The FBI Biometrics Program

Host: Dr. Arun Ross