MSU Computer Science lecture series
11 January, 2011 § 1 Comment
Today marks the second day of the Spring semester at Michigan State University. Each semester the department of Computer Science and Engineering lines up speakers from within academia and industry to come to campus and give presentations on their research or line of work.
Last semester brought Dr. Greg Wilson, influential author of Making Software and Beautiful Code; Dr. Wolfgang Bauer, MSU University Distinguished Professor and researcher at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory; Dr. Zhiewei (Jerry) Cen, Reliability Engineer at Google; Dr. Doug L. James, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Cornell University; and many more.
This semester features research talks from schools such as the Colorado School of Mines, Carnegie Mellon University, UCLA, and McGill University.
The talks are mostly on Fridays and usually start around 11:30am and end around 12:30pm in room 1234 Anthony Hall.
If you are near East Lansing, you should stop on by the talks and see the interesting research going on.
Hey Hey Jared! I really enjoyed going to the ones I did last semester! Let me know if you are attending any particular lecture this semester!