Seminar Calendar - Fall 2019

December 19 - Computer Science Student Defense
Speaker: Rob DiPietro, Johns Hopkins University
Title: Recurrent Neural Networks for Representing, Segmenting, and Classifying Surgical Activities

December 6 - Computer Science Student Defense
Speaker: Katie Henry, Johns Hopkins University
Title: Translating Machine Learning into Clinical Practice: Lessons from Development to Deployment

November 21 - Computer Science Student Defense
Speaker: Younsu Kim, Johns Hopkins University
Title: Towards modular ultrasound system for medical intervention and image guided therapy: Ultrasound temperature monitoring

November 20 - Computer Science Student Defense
Speaker: Matt Sheckells, Johns Hopkins University
Title: Probably Approximately Correct Robust Policy Search with Applications to Mobile Robotics

November 14 - CS Seminar
Speaker: Daniel Scharfstein
Title: Semiparametrics: A Biostatistician’s Perspective
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November 12 - CS Seminar
Speaker: Matt Post
Title: Putting the “human” in human-parity machine translation
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November 7 - Gerald M. Masson Distinguished Lecture Series
Speaker: Jodi Forlizzi, Carnegie Mellon University
Title: Designing Today's Product-Service Ecologies
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November 5 - CS Seminar
Speaker: Michael Mahoney, ICSI and Department of Statistics, University of California at Berkeley
Title: Why Deep Learning Works: Traditional and Heavy-Tailed Implicit Self-Regularization in Deep Neural Networks
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October 31 - CS Seminar
Speaker: Benoit Gallix, McGill University
Title: How Artificial Intelligence and Robotic is Transforming Minimally Invasive Surgery
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October 22 - Association for Computing Machinery Lecture Series in Memory of Nathan Krasnopoler
Speaker: Sandi Metz
Title: 100 Miles of Hill
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October 16 - Computer Science Student Defense
Speaker: Dingquan Wang, Johns Hopkins University
Title: Supervised Training on Synthetic Languages: A Novel Framework for Unsupervised Parsing

October 10 - Gerald M. Masson Distinguished Lecture Series
Speaker: Lise Getoor, University of California, Santa Cruz
Title: The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Structure
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October 8 - Gerald M. Masson Distinguished Lecture Series
Speaker: Monica Lam, Stanford University
Title: Building the Smartest and Open Virtual Assistant to Protect Privacy
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October 2 - Computer Science Student Defense
Speaker: Peter Schulam, Johns Hopkins University
Title: Probabilistic Models for Exploring, Predicting, and Influencing Health Trajectory Data