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Departmental and research colloquium


The goal of the Computer Science Colloquium is to connect students and faculty with the latest scientific developments in computer science. The program accommodates students and faculty with diverse interests, spanning from algorithms, machine learning, and data science to software development and computer vision. Leading experts address fundamental questions in their respective research areas.

Talk dates in the summer semester 2024

Wednesday, 1:30-3:00 pm in ZT 1204 (Data Theater), if not otherwise specified.

Date Speaker Talk
10.04.24 Tommaso Gagliardoni
(Kudelski Security)

Shufflecake: plausible deniability for multiple hidden filesystems on Linux

24.04.24

Andreagiovanni Reina
(University of Konstanz)

Blockchain technology for mobile multi-robot systems
22.05.24 Patrick Struck
(University of Konstanz)
Cryptography: Formalizing, Proving, and Breaking Security
05.06.24 Peyman Mohajerin Esfahani
(TU Delft)
The Role of Convexity in Learning: An Inverse Optimization Case Study
19.06.24
in R 611
Emanuele D'Osualdo
(University of Konstanz)
Deductive verification of probabilistic programs via independence and conditioning
10.07.24 Mariami Gachechiladze
(TU Darmstadt)
Classical certification of quantum computation and promise problems

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