Current 2017-2018 GBC/ACM IEEE Computer Society Joint Seminar Announcements

The slides from John Methot's talk on "Next Generation Sequencing: Underlying Technology and Applications to Cancer" are available online at John Methot slides. Note that this is a downloadable pptx file and is not automatically displayed. Be careful about downloading it multiple times; it's 167 MB.

The viewgraphs from Hy Hartman's April 12 presentation are now online at ribosome evolution . The slides from Georges Grinstein's talk on data visualization are available online at Weaving a Visualization

A video recording of Tim Kraska's talk about how data base systems can take advantage of really fast networks is online at https://replay.csail.mit.edu/recordings/319 . Tim Mattson's talk on BIGDAWG (the big data working group project) is also online at https://replay.csail.mit.edu/recordings/481

Past Talks

The recording of our May talk by Bang Wong on "Communicating Science Visually " is available for viewing online at Bang Wong webcast .

The slides from George Church's talk on "Challenges & opportunities in applying computational & synthetic biology to preventing disease & creating new materials" are available here in PowerPoint format. A short article describing some of the main points from the presentation was published in Seed 20:84-86. Church GM (2009) Safeguarding Biology. and is also available in pdf form.

The slides from Rohit Bhardwaj's talk on "Give REST and SPARQL to Semantic Web future of service oriented architectures " are available here in PowerPoint format and here as a downloadable zip file. The slides from Donald Eastlake's talk on "RBridges/TRILL" are available here in PowerPoint format. The slides from Ken Baclawski's talk on "Semantic Web Ontologies" are available here in PowerPoint format.

An overview of the 2008 Boston Usenix conference is online at Usenix Overview.htm.

We have 2 email lists we use to send out talk announcements. Both are self-administered. You can access the forms for these at the following web addresses: mailman.mit.edu/mailman/listinfo/ieee-cs and/or mailman.mit.edu/mailman/listinfo/gbc-acm.

For more information contact Peter Mager (p.mager at computer.org)