Graduate Student Seminar Series for 2019-2020

 

Fall 2019: 8/26/2019 ---- 12/14/2019

 

@ School of Computing and Information Sciences

Florida International University

 

Coordinator: Liting Hu (Email: lhu@cs.fiu.edu; phone: 305-348-2032)

 

 

Policies:

 

1. All Ph.D. dissertation proposal defenses and dissertation defenses will now be included in the student seminar series. Expect many students will present in these meetings.

2. Graduate students who received conference travel award from the school need to present at the student seminar series about their conference publications.

3. Attendance will be taken. Graduate assistants and those students who wish to apply for school travel award are required to attend at least half of these student seminars.

 

Date/location Lecture Series Speaker Affiliation Talk Title
09/18/2019 14:00 PM @ CASE 349 Graduate Student Seminar Sanjeev Kaushik Ramani Department of Computing & Information Sciences,
Florida International University
NDN-ABS: Attribute-Based Signature Scheme For Named Data Networking
09/30/2019 09:00 AM @ CASE 349 Doctoral Dissertation Defense Thejas Gubbi Sadashiva Department of Computing & Information Sciences,
Florida International University
Click Fraud Detection In Online And In-App Advertisements: A Learning Based Approach
10/03/2019 14:00 PM @ CASE 349 Graduate Student Seminar Hailu Xu Department of Computing & Information Sciences,
Florida International University
Exploiting the Spam Correlations in Scalable Online Social Spam Detection
10/31/2019 14:00 PM @ CASE 349 Graduate Student Seminar Nestor Gabriel Hernandez Department of Computing & Information Sciences,
Florida International University
The Art and Craft of Fraudulent App Promotion in Google Play
11/06/2019 10:00 AM @ CASE 349 Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Steven George Lyons, Jr. Department of Computing & Information Sciences,
Florida International University
Non-Datapath Caches
11/14/2019 13:30 PM @ CASE 349 Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Labiba Jahan Department of Computing & Information Sciences,
Florida International University
Inducing Stereotypical Character Roles Via Clustering With Plot Information
11/19/2019 11:00 AM @ CASE 349 Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Hailu Xu Department of Computing & Information Sciences,
Florida International University
Spiral: exploiting the Spam Correlations in Scalable Online Social Spam Detection
11/21/2019 14:00 PM @ CASE 349 Graduate Student Seminar Jason Liu Department of Computing & Information Sciences,
Florida International University
Easy Breezy Python Simulation Using Simulus
         
         
         
         
         
         
         

 

 

Please send your comments and suggestions to lhu@cs.fiu.edu