The Department of Computer Science invites you to join us for our seminar series, which is open to anyone on the Stevens campus. Seminar sessions are held in-person or live streaming via Zoom.

Spring 2024 Seminar Schedule

April 25

Shaoyi Huang, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Connecticut

Towards High Performance Deep Learning Models Inference and Training: From Algorithm to Hardware

April 18

Jie Cai, Ph.D., Penn State University

Harassment and Content Moderation in Interactive Media

April 15

Tiffany Wenting Li, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Human-centered AI Design and Deployment for Personalized Education at Scale

April 8

Wen Li, Ph.D. Candidate, Washington State University

Run-Time Analysis and Security of Multi-Language Systems

April 4

Mengyuan Li, Ph.D. | Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Confidential Computing and Trusted Execution Environment: Challenges, Opportunities, and the Future

April 1

Sijia Xiao, Ph.D. Candidate, University of California, Berkeley

Integrating Social Values and Justice into the Design of Social Media Platforms

March 29

Renkai Ma, Ph.D. Candidate, Pennsylvania State University

Building Trust and Safety on Content Creation Platforms

March 25

Ning Luo, Ph.D., Northwestern University

Going from Strength to Strength: Synergizing Formal Methods and Cryptography

March 22

Muslum Ozgur Ozme, Ph.D. candidate, Purdue University

Achieving Compositional Safety and Security in IoT Environments

March 18

Nikolaos Tziavelis, Ph.D. candidate, Northeastern University

A New Generation of Query Processing for Advanced Data Analytics

March 4

Konstantinos Kallas, Ph.D. candidate, University of Pennsylvania

Programmable Software Systems for Correct High-Performance Applications

February 29

Peiyan Dong, Northeastern University

Towards Ultimate Efficiency in Ubiquitous ML Powered Intelligence and Green AI

February 26

Jane E, Ph.D., University of California, San Diego

Artistic Vision: Interactive Computational Guidance for Developing Expertise

February 22

Amber Horvath, Ph.D. candidate, Carnegie Mellon University

Meta-Information to Support Sensemaking by Developers

February 20

Guanhong Tao, Ph.D. candidate, Purdue University

Towards Secure and Safe AI-enabled Systems Through Optimizations

February 12

Xuhao Chen, Ph.D., MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

Performance Engineering for Scalable AI

February 8

Juncheng Yang, Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University

Designing Efficient and Scalable Cache Management Systems

February 5

Chang Xiao, Ph.D., Adobe Research

Augmented Interaction Between Physical and Digital Realm