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Bhuvana Krishnaswamy

SEMINAR SERIES: Scalability in Low-power Wide Area Networks

Towards Programmable Genome, Proteome, and Cell Engineering Duke CS Sept 12 Colloquium

Towards Programmable Genome, Proteome, and Cell Engineering

Graph limits and graph homomorphism density inequalities Duke CS Sept 19 Colloquium

Graph Limits & Graph Homomorphism Density Inequalities

Sponsor(s): Computer Science
Duke CS 28 Oct 2022 Colloquium - Geometry of Bias Mitigation Techniques for Word Representations with Jeff Phillips

Geometry of Bias Mitigation Techniques for Word Representations

Sponsor(s): Computer Science
Duke CS Oct 31 Colloquium: Discovering Interesting Test Cases in Programming Assignments with Ryan Patrick

Discovering Interesting Test Cases in Programming Assignments

Sponsor(s): Computer Science
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Connecting Students to Computer Science

Sponsor(s): Computer Science
Optimal Size Multiplicative Spanners of Weighted Graphs - Duke CS Distinguished Alumni Lecture Nov 7 with Sandeep Sen

Optimal Size Multiplicative Spanners of Weighted Graphs

Change of Base as a Change of Pace - Duke CS Nov 9 Colloquium with Kate O'Hanlon

Change of Base as a Change of Pace

Sponsor(s): Computer Science
Theory for Generative Models - Duke CS Nov 14 Colloquium with Sitan Chen

Theory for Generative Models

Sponsor(s): Computer Science
The Laws of Boolean Algebra - Duke CS Nov 21 Colloquium with Connor McMahon

The Laws of Boolean Algebra

Sponsor(s): Computer Science
Rajiv Gandhi will speak at the Jan 30 Duke CS Colloquium - From Potential to Promise: Developing Scholars, one Eureka moment at a time

From Potential to Promise: Developing Scholars, one Eureka moment at a time

Sponsor(s): Computer Science
Mitigating Technology Abuse in Intimate Partner Violence and Encrypted Messaging - Triangle CS Distinguished Lecturer Series Feb 27 with Cornell Associate Prof Thomas Ristenpart

Mitigating Technology Abuse in Intimate Partner Violence and Encrypted Messaging

Sponsor(s): Computer Science