CS @ ILLINOIS has two named lecture series. The Donald B. Gillies Memorial Lecture honors the memory of a renowned CS faculty member. The Robert Mueller-Thuns Lecture honors the memory of a graduate who died at a young age, but whom always strove for excellence.
The CS @ ILLINOIS Distinguished Lecture Series brings prominent leaders and experts to campus to share their ideas and promote conversations about important challenges and topics in the discipline.
Fall 2017 Speakers
(Link to Calendar)
||How Computer Science Informs Modern Auction Design|
||Mapping the Spatio-Temporal Dyanmics of Vision in the Human Brain|
||Computational Problems in Cancer Genomics|
||Learning with Low Approximate Regret with Partial Feedback|
||Intelligent Robots in an Uncertain World|
||Mining Input Grammars for Massive Security Testing|
||Legion - Programming Heterogeneous, Distributed Parallel Machines|
||Human-AI Interaction - Autonomous Service Robots|
Leveraging Data and People to Accelerate Data Science