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Upcoming Events

Some Recent Advances in Dynamic Graph Algorithms

Algorithms Seminar
Speaker Name
Sayan Bhattacharya
Location
LSRC D344
Date and Time
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Many real-world networks such as the ones arising out of facebook and twitter, webpages and hyperlinks etc. evolve with the passage of time. This motivates the study of dynamic graph algorithms, where we have to maintain the solution to a given optimization problem when the input graph keeps changing via a sequence of updates (edge insertions/deletions). The goal is to design algorithms whose update times (time taken to handle an edge insertion/deletion) are significantly faster than recomputing the solution from scratch after each update in the input graph.

BiliScreen: Smartphone-Based Scleral Jaundice Monitoring for Liver and Pancreatic Disorders

Systems Seminar
Speaker Name
Alex Mariakakis
Location
LSRC D344
Date and Time
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Jaundice, the yellow discoloration of the skin and sclera due to the buildup of bilirubin in the blood, is a symptom associated with medical conditions involving the liver and pancreas (e.g., alcoholism, pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer). Jaundice is only recognizable to the naked eye in severe stages, but a ubiquitous test using computer vision and machine learning can detect milder forms of jaundice.

Self-aware Computing: Combining Learning and Control to Manage Complex, Dynamic Systems

Duke Computer Science/Electrical Computer Engineering Colloquium
Speaker Name
Henry Hoffmann
Location
LSRC D106
Date and Time
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Dr. Hoffmann, whose work on self-aware computing has been named one of ten "World Changing Ideas" by Scientific American, will discuss his research on building self-aware computing systems that address computing system goals and constraints in a fundamental way, starting with rigorous mathematical models and ending with real software and hardware implementations that have formally analyzable behavior and can be re-purposed to address new problems as they emerge.