The CS Distinguished Lecture Series Hosts Thought-Provoking Sessions


The Distinguished Lecture series brings computer scientists to Columbia to discuss current issues and research that is affecting their particular fields. This year, nine experts covered topics from deep learning, virtual reality, blockchains, algorithms, computing, and data science.

John Hennessy, from Stanford University, addressed the slower rate of performance growth for general processors and how he sees domain specific architectures may be the one attractive path for important classes of problems.

John Hennessy, December 03, 2018.

Below is the list of prominent faculty and industry researchers from across the country that gave talks and links to videos of their lectures.