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All seminars are held on Wednesdays from 4:00 - 5:00 in the Stata Center, Room D707 (Dreyfoos tower), unless otherwise noted.

Feb. 4 Organizational Meeting
Feb. 11 Ali Rahimi and Ben Recht (MIT),
(1) turning classifiers into clustering algorithms,
(2) simultaneous calibration and tracking with non-overlapping sensor networks.
Feb. 18 Kevin Murphy (MIT), probabilistic graphical models for scene and object recognition.
Feb. 25 Can Emre Koksal (MIT), stochastic modeling for routing in wireless networks.
March 3 George Cybenko (Dartmouth), Process detection technology and applications.
March 10 Erik Sudderth & Alex Ihler (SSG), Informal discussion group on manifold learning.
March 17 O. Patrick Kriedl (SSG), A stochastic control approach to a real-time computer security problem.
March 24 Spring break -- no meeting.
March 31 Anuj Srivastava (Florida State), A statistical approach to understanding shapes in images.
April 7 Jason Williams (SSG), Informal discussion group on random set approach to tracking.
April 14 Josh Tenenbaum (MIT), A Bayesian approach to semi-supervised classification with applications to human and machine learning.
April 21
Adrian Corduneanu (MIT), Large-scale information regularization and extensions.
April 28
John Leonard (MIT).
May 5
Venkatesh Saligrama, sensor networks.
May 12
Group Party

For questions regarding this seminar series, contact Jason Johnson (

Archives: Fall 2003 seminar series (with links to earlier series)

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