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Distinguished Lecture Series 2011-2012

This series annually showcases a handful of outstanding thinkers in the field of computer science, giving them a forum to present their views and ideas to students, faculty, and the interested public.

2011-2012 Distinguished Lecture Series

Bruno Burchberger

Thursday, June 6, 2011
Bruno Burchberger
Joannes Kepler University

"Can Mathematical Invention be Automated?"  

Jeannette Wing

Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Jeannette Wing
Carnegie Mellon University
"Computational Thinking"

 

Saul Greenberg

Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Saul Greenberg
University of Calgary

"Proxemic Interactions: the New Ubicomp?"

Cynthia Dwork

Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Cynthia Dwork
Microsoft Research
"Lipschitz Mappings, Differential Privacy, and Fairness Through Awareness"

 

Ed Lazowska

Thursday, October 13, 2011
Ed Lazowska
University of Washington
"Computer Science: Past, Present, and Future"