2005-2006 Distinguished Lecture Series

Monday, September 12
 Craig Nevill-Manning (Google, Inc.)
Organizing the World's Information (The World is Bigger than You Think!)
Schapiro Center Davis Auditorium, 11:00am
  
Monday, October 10
 Wayne Wolf (Princeton University)
Smart Cameras: From Systems-on-Chips to Peer-to-Peer Networks
Schapiro Center Interschool Lab, 11:00am
  
Thursday, October 13
 Bill Gates (Microsoft) [SPECIAL TALK]
Bill Gates Speaks to Columbia Computer Science Students
Alfred Lerner Hall, Morningside Campus, 4:30pm
  
Monday, October 17
  Peter Schröder (California Institute of Technology)
From Continuous Models to Discrete Computations
Schapiro Center Interschool Lab, 11:00am
   
Wednesday, October 26
 Shafi Goldwasser (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
On the Possibility of Obfuscation with Auxiliary Input
Schapiro Center Interschool Lab, 11:00am
   
Monday, November 14
 Sebastian Thrun (Stanford University)
Winning the DARPA Grand Challenge
Schapiro Center Davis Auditorium, 11:00am
   

2005-2006 Department Lectures

Monday, January 23
 Mihalis Yannakakis (Columbia University) [SPECIAL KNUTH LECTURE]
Knuth Lecture: Probability and Recursion
Schapiro Center Interschool Lab, 11:00am
   
Tuesday, February 14
 David Stork (Ricoh Innovations) [SPECIAL CCLS LECTURE]
Did the Masters Cheat Using Optics?
Schapiro Center Davis Auditorium, 11:00am
   

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