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All of these talks are open to the public, and will provide some insight into various research activities here and at other institutions.

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January 2015
Colloquium08Exascale Computing, Flow Visualization, and Data Exploration: A Strategy for Achieving All Three
Hank Childs, University of Oregon
December 2014
Directed Research Project12Ray Tracing Within A Data Parallel Framework
Matthew Larsen, Ph.D. candidate
Directed Research Project12Chain based RNN for Supervised Relation Extraction
Javid Ebrahimi, Ph.D. candidate
Colloquium04High-specificity Methods For Profiling Microbial Communities and the Human Microbiome
Dr. Curtis Huttenhower, Harvard University
Directed Research Project02Evaluating the Efficacy of Wavelet Compression for Turbulent-Flow Data
Samuel Li, Ph.D. candidate
November 2014
Directed Research Project21BGPInspector: A Real-time Extensible Border Gateway Protocol Monitoring Framework
Mingwei Zhang, Ph.D. candidate
Colloquium13Simplifying OpenCL Programming with Actors in the Ensemble Programming Language
Paul Harvey, University of Glasgow
Colloquium06Adversarial Machine Learning in Relational Domains
Assistant Daniel Lowd, University of Oregon
October 2014
Colloquium30Adaptive and Polymorphic Computer Architectures
Assistant Professor Michel A. Kinsy, University of Oregon
Colloquium23Rethinking Productivity and Performance for the Exascale Era
Professor Allen D. Malony, University of Oregon
Oral Comprehensive Exam17Tractability of Learning and Inference in Probabilistic Models
Pedram Rooshenas, Ph.D. candidate
Colloquium16Recognition, Retrieval and Content Analysis for Massive Speech Data
Associate Professor Ji Wu, Tsinghua University in Beijing, China
Colloquium13Friends of Dr. Andrzej Proskurowski
Art Farley, University of Oregon
Jirka Fiala, Charles University in Prague
Jan Kratochvil, Charles University in Prague
Gary Bricher, Lane Community College
Colloquium10Extending Partial Geometric Representations of Graphs
Professor Jan Kratochvil, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
Directed Research Project10Programming in Second Order Classical Sequent Calculus
Philip Johnson-Freyd, Ph.D. candidate