Seminars and Lectures at CMU-SV
The Silicon Valley campus regularly hosts lectures and discussions with distinguished guests. These events are open to faculty, staff, students and the public, and often broadcast to colleagues at the Pittsburgh campus and made available for remote attendance.
2014 Distinguished Lecture Series
A monthly series featuring guest speakers discussing technology research, trends and projects. For information on future events in this series, please subscribe to our newsletter and mailing list.
April 30 — Phillippe Kruchten
Professor and NSERC Chair in Design Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of British Columbia
"Why is software so bad? (Is it?)"
1:30 p.m., Room 118, Silicon Valley campus
- Sept. 10 — Don Knuth, "All Questions Answered"
- Andrew Ng, "The Online Revolution: Education for Everyone" — April 2014
- H. Vincent Poor, "Games, Privacy and Distributed Inference for the Smart Grid" — March 2014
- Ticky Thakkar, "Pervasive Mobile Computing Vision" — February 2014
Guests are welcome to attend the lectures. Please see the visitor information for directions to our campus. Each lecture will also be broadcast live over the Web via Adobe Connect at cmusv.acrobat.com/distinguished for remote attendance. Recordings will be available following the event on CMU-SV's YouTube channel.