Joint Colloquium

This colloquium is dedicated to hosting presentations at the intersection of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. The colloquium consists of a mix of short faculty presentations presenting their latest research results, with presentations of internationally distinguished speakers who are brought to campus to interact with our department's community.

The EECS Colloquium is sponsored by a generous donation from Hewlett-Packard.

Wednesdays 4:00-5:00 PM HP Auditorium, 306 Soda Hall (unless otherwise noted)
Refreshments 3:30 - 4:00 pm, Wozniak Lounge 430-480 Soda Hall

Fall 1999

August 25 Distinguished Lecture Series

Computer-Aided Design and Information Systems/Software Systems, Current Departmental Research Presentation
Richard Newton and Joseph Hellerstein
Professors, EECS, UC Berkeley

September 1
Distinguished Lecture Series

Solid State/Optoelectronics/Electromagnetics
Jeffrey Bokor
Professor, EECS, UC Berkeley

September 8
Distinguished Lecture Series

Virtualized Reality: Digitizing a 3D Time-Varying Real Event As Is and in Real Time
Takeo Kanade
U. A. and Helen Whitaker Professor, The Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University

September 15
Distinguished Lecture Series

Venkat Anantharam
Professor, EECS, UC Berkeley

September 22
Distinguished Lecture Series

Computer Architecture
John Kubiatowicz
Professor, EECS, UC Berkeley

September 29
Distinguished Lecture Series

Quantum Cryptography for Secure Communications
Dr. Richard Hughes
Los Alamos National Laboratory

October 6
Distinguished Lecture Series

Programming Languages and Systems
Alex Aiken
Professor, EECS, UC Berkeley


October 13
Distinguished Lecture Series

MEMS/Robotics "and "Computational Science and Engineering (Applied to Plasmas)
Kris Pister and C. K. Birdsall
Professors, EECS, UC Berkeley


October 20
Distinguished Lecture Series

Integrated Circuits/Communications" and "Human/Computer Interaction/Graphics
Robert Brodersen and John Canny
Professors, EECS, UC Berkeley

November 3
Distinguished Lecture Series
1998 Turing Lecture

What Next? A Few Remaining Problems in Information Technology
Dr. Jim Gray
Microsoft Research, Scaleable Servers Research Group & Manager, Bay Area Research Center

November 10
Distinguished Lecture Series

Computational Analysis of High-Throughput Genomics Data
David Haussler
Professor, CS Dept, U.C. Santa Cruz


November 17
Distinguished Lecture Series

New Algorithms for Manufacturing and Collaborative Filtering
Ken Goldberg
Industrial Engineering & Operations Research Center (IEOR), UC Berkeley

December 1
Distinguished Lecture Series

Towards Terabit Per Second Optical Networks
Rod Tucker
Professor, University of Melbourne


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