Research Presentation Event at CS

Research Presentation Event at CS

Date:
Wednesday, 6.12.2017, 12:30
Place:
Room 337 Taub Bld.

CS invites all-degree students to a Research Presentation Event including lectures in various topics by faculty members:

Miri Ben-Chen - Computing with 3D Surfaces
Eli Ben-Sasson - Zero Knowledge Proofs for Cryptocurrencies
Alex Bronstein - Computer Vision, Machine Learning, and Intelligent Systems
Shachar Itzhaky - Program Synthesis and Derivation by Refinement
Eitan Yaakobi - Coding for DNA Storage
Avi Mendelson - TBD
Yuval Filmus - Knowing What You Don't Know Makes Failure Productive
Keren Censor-Hillel - Peek into the Theory of Distributed Algorithms
Danny Raz - From Self-driving Car to Self Operating Services
Roy Schwartz - Algorithms for Hard Problems
Yoav Etsion - Von Neumann Must Die! (Challenges in Computer Engineering)

The event will take place on Wednesday, December 6, 2017, between 12:30-14-30, in room 337, CS Taub Building.

You are all invited!

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