25 OCTOBER 2004
Speaker: Michael Rabin, Computer Science, Harvard University
Title: The Eighth Commandment
Host School: Duke University

10 NOVEMBER 2003
Speaker: Lydia Kavraki, Department of Computer Science, Rice University
Title: Modeling the Conformational Flexibility of Proteins
Host School: UNC-Chapel Hill

8 NOVEMBER 2004
Speaker: Shree Nayar, Columbia University
Title: Computational Camera: Redefining the Image
Host School: UNC-Chapel Hill

15 NOVEMBER 2004
Speaker: Mary Shaw, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University
Title: Everyday Dependability for Everyday Needs
Host School: NC State University

6 DECEMBER 2004
Speaker: Jessica Hodgins, Carnegie Mellon University
Title: Interfaces for Controlling Human Characters
Host School: UNC-Chapel Hill

7 FEBRUARY 2005
Speaker: G.W. Pete Stewart, Computer Science, University of Maryland at College Park
Title: MATRAN: A Fortran 95 Wrapper for Matrix Operations
Host School: NC State University

21 FEBRUARY 2005
Speaker: Tomaso Poggio, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT
Title: Learning: Theory and Applications
Host School: Duke University

28 FEBRUARY 2005
Speaker: 
Christos Faloutsos, Carnegie Mellon University
Title: Data Mining Using Fractals and Power Laws
Host School: UNC-Chapel Hill

4 APRIL 2005
Speaker: Jack Dongarra, Computer Science, University of Tennessee
Title: An Overview of High Performance Computing and Self Adapting Numerical Software
Host School: NC State University

18 APRIL 2005
Speaker: Leonidas J. Guibas, Computer Science, Stanford University
Title: Lightweight Distributed Reasoning in Sensor Networks
Host School: Duke University