The computer science colloquium is a public gathering where various computer science topics are presented, including internal research projects, external projects, and student presentations. All computer science majors must be enrolled in colloquium (CSCI 195) during their junior and senior years. Anyone else who is interested in attending is also welcome.
Colloquium is taught jointly with the Pomona College Computer Science Department. Each semester the talks are split between HMC and Pomona and those HMC students registered for Colloquium are expect to make all the talks.
When at HMC, Colloquium is scheduled for Thursday afternoons at 4:15 p.m. in Galileo Hall, on the HMC campus. A reception is held in Hixon Court at 4:00 p.m. with snacks and beverages available for those who are attending the talk.
The Pomona talks are scheduled by Pomona and the location varies. Besides the information on their web page, Pomona sends out a notification a few days prior to each talk.
|Sep 14||Galileo Pryne||Zach Dodds, Vivian Wehner, Lena Reed, Cecily Hunt, and Alistair Dobke / Ran Libeskind-Hadas, Jordan Ezzell, David Lingenbrink, Ki Wan Gkoo, Andrew Michaud, Becca Thomas, Nicole Wein||Getting (Un)Lost in the Libra Complex, A Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galapagos|
|Sep 20||Galileo Pryne||Ran Libeskind-Hadas||Graduate School: What, Why, Where, and How?|
|Sep 27||Galileo Pryne||Vivek Sarkar, Rice University||Determininacy and Data Races in Task-Parallel Programs|
|Oct 11||Galileo Pryne||Ben Wiedermann & John Sarracino and Geoff Kuenning, Gary Lent (Pomona), Meg O'Keefe, & Nabil Zaman||Being Sensitive to Change and Dmdedup: Easily Deployable Deduplication|
|Oct 25||Galileo Foyer||CS 121 students||The Games Network: Games for students, games by Students|
|Nov 29||Galileo Pryne||Roy Shea||Down With Blinking LEDs, Long Live Low Bandwidth Logging|
|Feb 14||Galileo Pryne||Dr. Tamar Shinar||Physically-based simulation for computer graphics and computational cell biomechanics|
|Feb 21||Galileo Pryne||Dr. Matthew L. Ginsberg||Of Mousetraps and Men: A Cautionary Tale|
|Apr 11||Galileo Pryne||Dr. Jim Boerkoel||Helping Human-robot Teams Stay Coordinated|
|Apr 18||Galileo Pryne||Prof. Ophir Frieder||Searching in the "Real World"|
Pomona Colloquium Schedule: http://www.cs.pomona.edu/colloquium.html