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2010 Computer and Information Science Seminar Series

This page provides a list of seminars that will be presented on the dates specified at 1:00 pm in the Archway 2 lecture theatre. Where available, an abstract of the seminar can be displayed by clicking on the title of the seminar.

All dates and speakers should be considered tentative until the week of the seminar!

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Semester 2


July 16
Seeing through Many Eyes
Steven Mills, Areograph Limited

July 23
Networking Audio
Chris Edwards, Teaching Fellow, Department of Information Science

July 30
Touring Hanoi
Michael Albert, Department of Computer Science


August 6
Niching methods for evolutionary algorithms - where to from here?
Grant Dick, Department of Information Science

August 13
Finding out what patents are like
Richard O'Keefe, Department of Computer Science

August 20
Supporting Change Propogation in UML Models
Michael Winikoff, Department of Information Science

August 27
Everything you ever wanted to know about nonmonotonic logic
Willem Labuschagne, Department of Computer Science


September 3
Mid-semester break - no seminar

September 10
Health care - moving to a consumer-centred model: information access, generating and sharing
Alec Holt, Department of Information Science

September 17
Some ideas about a neural network model of mental states
Ali Knott, Department of Computer Science

September 24
Semantic Representation of Scenes in Image and Video Retrieval
Vivian Yong, PhD Student, Department of Information Science


October 1
Cardinality Blindness in Visual Classification and its Implications
Hayden Walles, Department of Computer Science

October 8
User generated annotations for augmented reality
Tobias Langlotz, Christian Doppler Lab for Handheld Augmented Reality, Graz University of Technology

October 15
Geoff Wyvill, Department of Computer Science

End Of Semester Two

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