Spring 2002

CISE invites prominent academic and industrial researchers to present their work to the university audience. Seminars are usually held on Fridays at 2:00 PM in  15  St. Mary’s Street, PictureTel Conference Room, Boston, MA, unless otherwise noted.

Subscribe to our Google Calendar for up to date information on all our seminars. In Google Calendar “add” using cise@bu.edu. For more events, please see the College of Engineering Calendar.

JAN | FEB | MAR | APR | MAY


January

Friday, Jan 18
2:00 p.m.
15 St. Mary’s Street
PictureTel Conference Room
Molly H Shor
Dept. of Electrical & Computer
Engineering, Oregon State UniversityHybrid Systems: Computer System Modeling and Design Issues
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February

Friday, Feb 1
2:00 p.m.
15 St. Mary’s Street
PictureTel Conference Room
Randall Berry
Northwestern UniversityResource Allocation Problems in Wireless Networks
Friday, Feb 22
2:00 p.m.
15 St. Mary’s Street
PictureTel Conference Room
Ravi Mazumdar
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Purdue UniversityLarge networks, statistical multiplexing and admission control
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March

Friday, Mar 15
2:00 p.m.
15 St. Mary’s Street
PictureTel Conference Room
Jörg Liebeherr
Computer Science Department University of Virginia CharlottesvilleA Calculus for End-to-end Statistical Service Guarantees in Computer Networks
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April

Friday, Apr 5
2:00 p.m.
15 St. Mary’s St.
PictureTel Conference Room
Nicola Elia
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Iowa State University
Control with Limited Information
Friday, Apr 12
2:00 p.m.
15 St. Mary’s St.
Room 105
James P.G. Sterbenz
BBN Technologies
Friday, Apr 19
2:00 p.m.
15 St. Mary’s St.
PictureTel Conference Room
Matthias Grossglauser
Internet and Networking Research group at AT&T Labs
Exploiting Mobility in Ad Hoc Network
Friday, Apr 26
2:00 p.m.
15 St. Mary’s St.
PictureTel Conference
Balaji Prabhakar
Stanford UniversitySimple, scaleable network algorithms
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May

Friday, May 3
2:00 p.m.
15 St. Mary’s St.
PictureTel Conference Room
Todd S. Gross
University of New Hampshire
Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Program

Use of scanning force microscopy to detect nanoscale, heterogeneous deformation and nanoscale, plasma-induced degradation of dielectric constants in Cu-damascene, low k interconnect structures
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