Syracuse University, U.S.A.
|Virtual Markets and Wireless Grids: From Theory to Commerce||BIN 2.A.01||English||Burkhard Stiller|
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
|The Ganymed Approach to Scalable and Extensible Database Architectures||BIN 2.A.01||English||Abraham Bernstein & Harald Gall|
Politecnico di Milano, Italy
|Dynamically Evolvable Software: Revisiting the Boundary between Development Time and Run Time||BIN 2.A.01||English||Harald Gall|
EPFL, Switzerland, and CMU, USA
|Computational Support and Automated Physical Design for Scientific Applications||BIN 2.A.01||English||Abraham Bernstein|
University of Lübeck, Germany
|Pattern Recognition with Sparse Coding||BIN 2.A.01||English||Rolf Pfeifer|
Rutgers University, USA
|Where is “it”? Event Synchronization in Gaze-Speech Input Systems||BIN 2.A.01||English||Gerd Schwabe|
LMU München, Germany
|Attention, Perception and Eye Movements: Experimental Studies and Implications of Cognitive Technical Systems||BIN 2.A.01||English||Rolf Pfeifer|
University of California at Davis, USA
|Chapels in the Bazaar? Community structure in Open-Source Projects||BIN 2.A.01||English||Bernstein, Gall, & Glinz|
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.