James A. Foster

CS Department Seminar: Fall 1996

The CS Department Seminar meets weekly at 3:30 in JEB 321. Speakers will discuss topics including current research, industry activities, and general information of interest to seniors and graduate students.

It is not necessary to enroll in CS 501, CS 400, or CS 401 to attend these lectures, and all graduate students are encouraged to do so. The seminar is open to the public.

If you would like to participate or suggest a speaker, please contact Dr. James A. Foster (foster@cs.uidaho.edu).

Scheduled Speakers

Date Speaker Affiliation Title
August
29 No Class   University Faculty Meeting
September
5 James A. Foster Initiative for Bioinformatics and Evolutionary STudies (IBEST), UI Dept. of Computer Science Orientation for Graduate Students
12 Dr. James Foster Initiative for Bioinformatics and Evolutionary STudies (IBEST), UI Dept. of Computer Science Research opportunities in Evolutionary Computation and Computational Biology
19 Dr. Deborah Frincke and Dr. Jim Alves-Foss Initiative for Bioinformatics and Evolutionary STudies (IBEST), UI Dept. of Computer Science Research Opportunities in Computer Security
26 Dr. James Foster Initiative for Bioinformatics and Evolutionary STudies (IBEST), UI Dept. of Computer Science How to Do Proofs
October
3 Donna Hanson UI /Library Science Librarian How to use the UI /Library
10 Seminar Cancelled There will be an interesting Mathematics Seminar in JEB 236  
17 Dr. Paul Oman Software Engineering Test Lab, UI Dept. of Computer Science Open Issues in Software Engineering
24 Greg Miller Lockheed Martin, Idaho Technologies Co. True stories
31 Troy Pearse Hewlett Packard ANSI C Source Code Portability
November
7 Greg Hall Software Engineering Test Lab, U.I. Dept. of Computer Science Software Functionalities and Usage Patterns
14 Terence Soule Laboratory for Applied Logic, U.I. Dept. of Computer Science Code Growth in Genetic Programming
21 Surekha Ghantasala Laboratory for Applied Logic, U.I. Dept. of Computer Science Using LOTOS in Security Specifications
28 No Class   Thanksgiving
December
5 Jianqiang Zhuo (Michael) Software Engineering Test Lab, U.I. Dept. of Computer Science Using Software Relative Complexity to Allocate Resources in Gray Box Testing of Object-Oriented Code
12 Dr. Jim Alves-Foss Laboratory for Applied Logic, U.I. Dept. of Computer Science Design and Analysis of Cryptographic Protocols

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Last Modified: January 12, 1996

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