CGL Meeting Agenda

Date: March 24, 2016
Location: DC 1331
Time: 11:30
Chair: Andrew Tinits
Andrew Tinits

1. Acceptance of the Agenda - additions or deletions

2. Coffee Hour

Coffee hour last week:
Matthew - thanks!
Coffee hour this week:
None (Good Friday)
Coffee hour next week:

3. Forthcoming

Date: March 31, 2016 April 7, 2016 April 14, 2016 April 21, 2016
Location: DC 1331 11:30 DC 1331 11:30 DC 1331 11:30 DC 1331 11:30
Chair: Omar Zarifi
Omar Zarifi
Dan Vogel
Dan Vogel
Christopher Batty
Christopher Batty
Bill Cowan
Bill Cowan
Technical Presentation: Andrew Tinits
Andrew Tinits
Omar Zarifi
Omar Zarifi
Christopher Batty
Christopher Batty
Dan Vogel
Dan Vogel

4. Technical Presentation

Matthew Thorne

Matthew Thorne
Title : An Entirely Totally Absolutely Unfunny Talk About Panel Layout in Comics
Waaaaaay back in the deeps of time when I was a young (well, younger) grad student, I did some work on panel layout in comics before I got distracted by other things. Lately, I've attempted to exhume some of that work and prodded it with a stick to see if there's any life left in it. This, then, is the harrowing tale...

5. Discussion Items

6. Action Items

7. Lab Events

8. Conferences and Special Journal Issues

Recent Additions

Upcoming Deadlines

9. Directors' Meeting

10. Seminars and Events

Monday, 28 March 2016, 10:30AM - Computer Science, DC 1304
Adam Bates: -- Designing and Leveraging Trustworthy Provenance-Aware Architectures

Monday, 28 March 2016, 2:00PM - Computer Science, DC 1304
Ruben Martins: -- Beyond SAT: Maximum Satisfiability and Applications

Thursday, 31 March 2016, 10:30AM - Computer Science, DC 1304
Dr. Thomas Fritz: -- Boosting Developer Productivity: How Personal Data Will Revolutionize Software

Friday, 1 April 2016, 2:30PM - Computer Science (Cryptography, Security, and Privacy (CrySP) Group), DC 1304
Seda Gurses: -- PET Sematary: Privacy's return from the dead and the rise of Privacy Engineering

Monday, 18 April 2016, 2:30PM - Computer Science (Computer Science), DC 1302
Ricardo Baeza-Yates: -- Data and Algorithmic Bias in the Web

Also see other Math and CS postings.

11. Lab Cleanup

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