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.
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||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
Bioinformatics: a Servant or the Queen of Molecular Biology?
|4/9||Michael Stonebraker, Massachusetts Institute of Technology|