CSE 657: Design and Analysis Research Seminar

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The Design and Analysis Research (DAR) Seminar is in some ways like CSE 600, the Ongoing Research Seminar. Faculty members, graduate students, and guest speakers from around the world describe their research. The DAR Seminar is more focussed than CSE600. The official description says the seminar is about

Methods for constructing reliable and efficient computer systems. Topics include: modeling and specification, analysis and verification, design and optimization, code generation, simulation, and testing. Tool support. Applications and case studies.
If you plan to attend the DAR Seminar regularly, you should register for 0 or 1 credits. Even if you don't attend regularly, you are welcome to attend the talks that interest you.

A mailing list is used to announce the speaker and title for the DAR Seminar each week. If you would like to be added to the mailing list, please contact the DAR Seminar Coordinator named below.

Credits: 0-1

Time: Wednesdays 2:00 -- 3:00pm

Location: Computer Science 2311 (the seminar room)

Coordinator: Radu Grosu

Spring 2004 Schedule

Past Schedules and Coordinators