Talks on Computing Systems in November

Time: November 3, 2009 - 4:30 PM - November 24, 2009 - 5:30 PM

Location: Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley, Room 118, and Online Broadcast

Description:

Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley hosts guest speakers each Tuesday to talk about topics in computers and technology.

November's topics feature the following speakers:

11/3: David Stork, Chief Scientist of Ricoh Innovations and Consulting Professor of Statistics at Stanford University, "When Computers Look at Art: Image analysis in humanistic studies of the visual arts"

11/10: Steven Dow, Postdoctoral Scholar, HCI Group, Stanford University, "How Do Prototyping Practices Affect Design Performance?"

11/17: Keith Argenbright, Associate Professor in the Simmons Cancer Center at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas and the Medical Director of the Moncrief Cancer Institute in Fort Worth, Texas, "Cancer Control, Prevention and Care in Tarrant County"

11/24: Jim Gemmell, Senior Researcher, Microsoft Research, "Total Recall: How the E-Memory Revolution Will Change"

TOCS occur on Tuesdays, 4:30 EST (1:30 pm PDT) at Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley campus in room 118. Talks will be broadcast and recorded via AdobeConnect. Remote attendance is available via http://cmusv.acrobat.com/tocs. Recordings are available in the talk archive.

Visit the Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley site for details.

 

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