Fall Term 2007

Date Speaker Title Place Lang. Host
20.9. Pascal Fua
EPFL, Switzerland
Detecting Rigid and Deformable Objects in Video Sequences BIN 2.A.01 English Renato Pajarola
4.10. Catherine Dolbear
Ordnance Survey, UK
Authoring topographic ontologies in a controlled natural language BIN 2.A.01 English Norbert Fuchs
25.10. Kalle Lyytinen
Case Western Reserve University, USA
Requirements in the 21st Century: Current Practice & Emerging Trends BIN 2.A.01 English Martin Glinz
8.11. Christopher Lueg
University of Tasmania
Interactive aspects of the "problem solving" process in online communities BIN 2.A.01 English Gerd Schwabe
15.11. James Whittaker
Microsoft Research, USA
How to Break Software Security BIN 2.A.01 English Martin Glinz
29.11. Paul Gruenbacher
University of Linz, Austria
Integrated Tool Support for Software Product Line Engineering BIN 2.A.01 English Harald Gall
13.12. Pavel Brazdil
University of Porto
Designing Complex Systems: Role Domain Specific Meta-Knowledge, Plans and the Control of Learning BIN 2.A.01 English Abraham Bernstein
17.1. Ralf Möller
Hamburg University of Technology
Insights about an architecture for processing spatial information in the context of ontologies BIN 2.A.01 English Abraham Bernstein

General Information

The colloquia are held in English and take place on Thursdays from 5.15 to  6.30 PM in room 2.A.01 at the Department of Informatics (ifi), Binzmühlestrasse 14, 8050 Zürich. After the talks there is time for discussions and to exchange ideas while enjoying a glass of wine or a soft drink and munchies.

Visiting a colloquium is free of charge and does not require registration.

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