Colloquia

Mechanism Design: Truthful and Frugal Auctions

Date: Friday, November 10th, 2006
Time: 1 pm — 2:15 pm
Place: ME 218

David Kempe
University of Southern California

AVI (361 Meg)

Quicktime (157 Meg)

Simple universal devices and computational complexity

Date: Friday, October 27, 2006
Time: 1 pm — 2:15 pm
Place: ME 218

Damien Woods
Boole Centre for Research in Informatics, School of Mathematics
University College Cork, Ireland

Quicktime (126 Meg)

AVI (311 Meg)

Massive Multithreading for Unstructured Graph Problems

Date: Friday, October 20, 2006
Time: 1 pm — 2:15 pm
Place: ME 218

Jon Berry
Sandia National Lab
Note: Approximately 15 minutes at the beginning of this colloquia were lost due to an issue with the recording media. Additionally, there is a short amount of time at the end of the question and answer session not recorded.

Quicktime version (116 Meg)

AVI version (345 Meg)

A Continuous Topology for Image Representation

Date: Friday, September 29, 2006
Time: 1 pm — 2:15 pm
Place: ME 218

Joe Kniss
Department of Computer Science, UNM

Quicktime (161 Meg)

AVI (474 Meg)

Attack-Resistant Algorithms for Massive Networks

Date: Friday, September 22, 2006
Time: 1 pm — 2:15 pm
Place: ME 218

Jared Saia
Department of Computer Science, UNM

Quicktime (157 Meg)
Part One, AVI (201 Meg)
Part Two, AVI (221 Meg)
Question and answers, AVI, 15 frames per second(128 Meg)

Videos are 720x480, 4 frames per second, unless noted otherwise. Windows users with iTunes already have Quicktime installed: otherwise use the AVI files. Linux users should be able to view the AVI files with most viewers unless using a barebones install: in which case, downloading VLC is recommended.

Original Colloquia description

Dual Photography

Time: 1 pm — 2:15 pm
Place: ME 218

Pradeep Sen
Electrical and Computer Engineering UNM

Videos of the colloquia

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Windows: AVI (182 Meg)
Mac OS X: Quicktime part 1 (124 Meg), Quicktime part 2 (91 Meg)
Linux: MPEG1 (190 Megs)

Windows users can watch the quicktime movies if they download Quicktime.

Windows and Mac users should avoid playing the MPEG1 without downloading a player: both platforms fail to play the file properly with the built-in player.

Original Colloquia description



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