Basser Seminar Series

2006 Seminars

  • From Inexpressive to Expressive Languages and Back, Abstract, Franz Baader, TU Dresden, Germany
  • Algorithmics for Network Visualization, Abstract, Professor Peter Eades, School of IT/NICTA
  • P2P, DSM, and Other Products of the Complexity Factory, Abstract, Professor Willy Zwaenepoel, EPFL, Switzerland
  • Writing as an Intellectual Tool, Abstract, Dr Kurt Akeley, Assistant Managing Director, Microsoft Research Asia
  • Ganymed: A Research Platform for Database Replication, Abstract, Christian Plattner, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
  • Event Driven Software Quality, Abstract, Professor Jens Palsberg, UCLA
  • Evaluation-oriented software architecture modeling and user behavior analysis model Abstract, Rainbow Cai, The University of Auckland
  • Ontology Engineering from a Database Perspective Abstract, Gottfried Vossen, European Research Center for Information Systems, University of Muenster, Germany and Department of Management Systems, University of Waikato, New Zealand
  • Autonomic Computer Systems Performance
    , Abstract, Nihar Trivedi, Phd Candidate, Middleware Group
  • Mixed and Augmented Reality for Archaeological and Historical Visualization, Abstract, Professor Steven Feiner, Columbia University
  • Diversiti 2006 IT Hiring Influence Report, Abstract, Paul Rowley and Andrew Cross, Diversiti
  • Electronic Decision Support Systems, Abstract, Professor Enrico Coiera, Director, Centre for Health Informatics, University of New South Wales
  • Windows Vista - A Consumer Overview, Abstract, Jeff Alexander, IT Pro Evangelist, Microsoft
  • The Shadow Knows: Security, privacy... and refinement, Abstract, Professor Carroll Morgan, Australian Professorial Fellow, School of Computer Science and Engineering, University of New South Wales
  • The Squawk Java(TM) Virtual Machine - Java on the Bare Metal of Wireless Sensor Devices, Abstract, Cristina Cifuentes, Sun Research, Brisbane
  • Microprocessor Development: Retrospective and Future Challenges, Abstract, Professor Vojin G. Oklobdzija, School of Electrical and Information Engineering, University of Sydney
  • Effective Tool Generation by Architecture Description, Abstract, Professor. Dr. Andreas Krall, University of Technology Vienna, Austria
  • Recognition and Optimization of Object-Oriented High-Level Abstractions, Abstract, Markus Schordan, Vienna University of Technology, Institute of Computer Languages
  • Transactors and RAMP, Abstract, Associate Professor Krste Asanovic, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Virtual Teams in Reality, Abstract, Professor Douglas R. Vogel, City University, Hong Kong
  • User Experience and System Issues, Abstract, Joseph A. Konstan, President of ACM SIGCHI, University of Minnesota
  • Data Stream Processing in Resource-constrained Environments: Techniques and Applications, Abstract, Mohamed Gaber, Monash University
  • The Future of Theoretical Computer Science,
    Abstract, Professor John Hopcroft, Cornell University
  • Theory and Practice of Graph Drawing,Abstract, Dr Seokhee Hong, University of Sydney and NICTA
  • Learning JavaScript with the Google Maps API, Abstract, Steffen Meschkat, Google
  • Transactions and Data Caching in Wireless Networks, Abstract, Prof. Dr. Stefan Böttcher, University of Paderborn, Germany
  • The Intelligent-Electronic Mail Sorter, Dr Eric McCreath, Australian National University, Abstract
  • Speckled Computing, Professor D K Arvind, School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh, Abstract
  • Topological Structures for Spatial Databases in Two and Three Dimensions, Professor T. H. Merrett, McGill University, Montreal, Abstract
  • Organic Computing - Visions and Challenges, Professor Hartmut Schmeck, Institute AIFB, University of Karlsruhe, Germany, Abstract
  • In Search of Near-Optimal Optimization Phase Orderings, David Whalley, Florida State University,Abstract
  • Early Design Decisions, Len Bass, CMU, Software Engineering Institute, Abstract