CS Department Events and Talks

  • Core-sets for Nano-Drones, Provable Big/Deep Data Learning

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    Speaker:
    Dan Feldman
    Date:
    Tuesday, 26.6.2018, 14:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Privacy, and Why You Should Care

    Speaker:
    Katrina Ligett - COLLOQUIUM LECTURE
    Date:
    Tuesday, 12.6.2018, 14:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Matching Visual Data

    Speaker:
    Shai Avidan - COLLOQUIUM LECTURE
    Date:
    Tuesday, 5.6.2018, 14:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Qubit 2018 - Quantum Communication: Celebrating Bennett & Brassard's Wolf Prize for Physics

    The Technion Hiroshi Fujiwara Cyber Security Research Center is happy to invite you to save the date for the Qubit 2018 - Quantum ...

    Date:
    Sunday, 3.6.2018, 09:30
    Place:
    CS Taub Building

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  • Ballpark Crowdsourcing

    Speaker:
    Dafna Shahaf
    Date:
    Tuesday, 29.5.2018, 14:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • CGGC Seminar: Rigid Motions on 3D Digital Space

    In digital geometry, Euclidean objects are represented by their discrete approximations e.g., subsets of the lattice of integers. Rigid motions of such sets have ...

    Speaker:
    Kacper Pluta (CS, Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée University, France)
    Date:
    Sunday, 13.5.2018, 13:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • CS Spring Hackathon

    CS Spring HackathonCS invites you to assemble a winning team and start working on a brilliant idea for the Spring Hackaton that will take place on ...

    Date:
    Thursday, 3.5.2018, 09:00
    Place:
    CS Taub

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  • Genetics media

    In the last decade, the human population has produced zettabytes (10^21) of digital data. This creates immense opportunities and challenges for biology research. In ...

    Speaker:
    Yaniv Erlich - COLLOQUIUM LECTURE - RESCHEDULED FROM 10/4/18
    Date:
    Tuesday, 1.5.2018, 14:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Template Matching with Deformable Diversity Similarity

    We propose a novel measure for template matching named Deformable Diversity Similarity -- based on the diversity of feature matches between a target image ...

    Speaker:
    Itamar Talmi
    Date:
    Tuesday, 1.5.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    Taub 337

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  • CSpecial Talk: Crush Your Coding Interview

    CSpecial Talk: Crush Your Coding InterviewWe are happy to invite your to the fourth of series of meetings on career and job seeking which will be held at CS, ...

    Speaker:
    David Gross (Facebook Israel)
    Date:
    Monday, 30.4.2018, 17:00
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • EUROCRYPT 2018

    EUROCRYPT 2018EUROCRYPT 2018 is the 37th Annual International Conference on the Theory and Applications of Cryptographic Techniques. Covering all aspects of cryptology, including theoretical foundations, deployment ...

    Date:
    Sunday, 29.4.2018, 18:00
    Place:
    Tel-Aviv

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  • On Graph Learning

    A graph learning problem is a problem of finding a hidden graph $G=(V,E)$ using edge-detecting queries, where an edge-detecting query $Q_G(S)$, for $S \subseteq ...

    Speaker:
    Hassan Abassie
    Date:
    Thursday, 26.4.2018, 11:00
    Place:
    Taub 701

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  • CS Open Day For Graduate Studies

    CS Open Day For Graduate StudiesThe 2018 open day invites outstanding undergraduates from all universities to come to the Technion and learn about the Computer Science and Department, to meet ...

    Date:
    Wednesday, 25.4.2018, 12:15
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • 1+1=3: Combining Object Storage with Other Data Services

    AI, Cognitive, Analytics, IoT all run on data. This data is needed by data scientists, line of business, developers, CDOs and others. Without data, ...

    Speaker:
    Michael Factor - COLLOQUIUM LECTURE
    Date:
    Tuesday, 24.4.2018, 14:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • The Information Era: Past, Present and Future Conference

    The Information Era: Past, Present and Future ConferenceCS is happy to invite you to The Marconi Society conference: "The Information Era: Past, Present and Future", on Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 in ...

    Date:
    Tuesday, 24.4.2018, 09:00
    Place:
    CS Taub Auditorium 2

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  • Two Researches on Lattice Animals

    Lattice animals are connected subgraphs of a lattice. In this talk, we consider two types of lattices, the $d$-dimensional hypercubic lattice and the triangular ...

    Speaker:
    Yufei Zheng
    Date:
    Sunday, 22.4.2018, 13:30
    Place:
    Taub 301

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  • Textual Membership Queries

    Labeling textual data by humans can become very time-consuming and expensive, yet critical for the success of an automatic text classification system. In order ...

    Speaker:
    Yonatan Zarecki
    Date:
    Tuesday, 17.4.2018, 12:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Hardware Security Seminar: Software and Hardware Based Approached for Fine Grain Memory Protection

    Hardware Security Seminar: Software and Hardware Based Approached for Fine Grain Memory ProtectionFuture servers are expected to have huge amount of volatile and nonvolatile main memory that can be directly accessed by the processors. Managing such ...

    Speaker:
    Avi Mendelson (CS, Technion)
    Date:
    Sunday, 15.4.2018, 09:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Theory Seminar: Voronoi Diagrams for Planar Graphs

    Given a set of points (sites) in the plane, a Voronoi diagram is a partitioning of the plane into regions such that each region ...

    Speaker:
    Oren Weimann (Haifa University)
    Date:
    Wednesday, 11.4.2018, 12:30
    Place:
    Taub 201

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  • Pixel Club: Viewpoint Estimation - Insights & Model

    This thesis addresses the problem of viewpoint estimation of an object in a given image, where the objects belong to several known categories. Convolutional ...

    Speaker:
    Gilad Divon (EE, Technion)
    Date:
    Wednesday, 11.4.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    EE Meyer Building 1061

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  • MAGIC SQUARES WONDER CUBES and OTHER SAME SUM OBJECTS

    A MAGIC SQUARE is an arrangement of nxn disjoint integers on an nxn square in a way such that the n rows, the n ...

    Speaker:
    Prof. Emeritus Azaria Paz - Distinguished Guest Lecture
    Date:
    Tuesday, 10.4.2018, 14:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Parallel Execution Using Memory Versioning and Renaming

    The memory interface is a striking example of a hardware/software interface that is ill-suited for parallelism, and specifically for parallel access to the program's ...

    Speaker:
    Eran Gilad
    Date:
    Tuesday, 10.4.2018, 14:00
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Pixel Club: Video Scene Detection Using Optimal Sequential Grouping

    Video scene detection is the task of temporally dividing a video into its semantic sections called "scenes" - a series of video shots depicting ...

    Speaker:
    Daniel Rotman (IBM)
    Date:
    Tuesday, 10.4.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Workshop on "Coding Together"

    Workshop on "Coding Together"CS is happy to invite you to the second of series of workshops that will hand you applicable tools for working, developing and managing ...

    Date:
    Monday, 9.4.2018, 18:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Compile-Time LL(1) Parsing in Java's Typesystem

    A recent result shows that the Java type system and its type-checker are mighty enough to emulate deterministic pushdown automata (DPDAs), and hence, capable ...

    Speaker:
    Ori Roth
    Date:
    Wednesday, 28.3.2018, 13:30
    Place:
    Taub 401

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  • Quality and Algebraic Representation of Tests

    The quality of unit tests gains substantial importance in modern software systems. We explore the way in which Junit tests are written in real ...

    Speaker:
    Dor Ma'ayan
    Date:
    Wednesday, 28.3.2018, 12:30
    Place:
    Taub 401

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  • Serializability Reasoning for Eventual Consistency

    High-availability requirements in modern software triggered the widespread adoption of eventually consistent data stores. Unfortunately, reasoning about the correctness of programs running under eventual ...

    Speaker:
    Dimitar Dimitrov - GUEST LECTURE
    Date:
    Tuesday, 27.3.2018, 14:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Pixel Club: "Zero-Shot" Super-Resolution using Deep Internal Learning

    Deep Learning has led to a dramatic leap in Super-Resolution (SR) performance in the past few years. However, being supervised, these SR methods are ...

    Speaker:
    Assaf Shocher (Weizmann Institute of Science)
    Date:
    Tuesday, 27.3.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • When Codes for Storage Systems Meet Storage Systems

    Large-scale storage systems lie at the heart of the big data revolution. As these systems grow in scale and capacity, their complexity grows accordingly, ...

    Speaker:
    Gala Yadgar - CS-Lecture
    Date:
    Tuesday, 27.3.2018, 10:30
    Place:
    Room 601 Taub Bld.

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  • eBay Research Event at CS

    eBay Research Event at CSeBay will hold a special event designated for graduate students on Thursday, March 22, 2018, between 10:30-12:00, in room 337, CS Taub Building. The ...

    Date:
    Thursday, 22.3.2018, 10:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • TODAY! The Finals - 2018 Best Project Contest by Amdocs

    TODAY! The Finals - 2018 Best Project Contest by AmdocsYou are invited to the final stage of the 2018 Best Project Contest. The finalist teams will present and talk about their projects. ...

    Date:
    Wednesday, 21.3.2018, 12:30
    Place:
    CS Taub Auditorium 2

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  • Theory Seminar: The Firing Squad Problem Revisited

    In the classical firing squad problem, an unknown number of nodes represented by identical finite states machines is arranged on a line and in ...

    Speaker:
    Shlomo Moran (CS, Technion)
    Date:
    Wednesday, 21.3.2018, 12:30
    Place:
    Taub 201

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  • Cued Person Identification From Motion

    We introduce a new approach for identifying individuals based on their motion patterns in interactive scenarios. We formalize the identification process in the context ...

    Speaker:
    Igor Kviatkovsky
    Date:
    Wednesday, 21.3.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Pixel Club: Why is it So Difficult to Obtain Medical Images for R&D ?!

    Research in medical image analysis, especially after the deep-learning revolution, relies on access to medical image databases. Specific categories of medical images have been ...

    Speaker:
    Nahum Kiryati (Tel-Aviv University)
    Date:
    Sunday, 18.3.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Improved Bounds for Online Multi-level Aggregation

    We consider a multi-level aggregation problem in a weighted rooted tree, studied recently by Bienkowski et al. In this problem requests arrive over time ...

    Speaker:
    Ohad Talmon
    Date:
    Wednesday, 7.3.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • ceClub: Cascading Denial-of- Service Attacks on Wi-Fi Networks

    We unveil the existence of a vulnerability in Wi-Fi (802.11) networks, which allows an adversary to remotely launch a Denial-of- Service (DoS) attack that ...

    Speaker:
    David Starobinski (Boston University)
    Date:
    Wednesday, 7.3.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    EE Meyer Building 861

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  • Sensory Routines for Indoor Autonomous Quad-Copter

    Quad-Copters are versatile unmanned aircraft that are used for a myriad of tasks from manual aerial photography to autonomous surveillance. After their initial success ...

    Speaker:
    Amir Geva
    Date:
    Tuesday, 6.3.2018, 15:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Hardware Security Seminar: The Journey of Intel® Software Guard Extension (SGX)

    Hardware Security Seminar: The Journey of Intel® Software Guard Extension (SGX)In 2015, Intel launched its 6th generation Core, codenamed Skylake, that implements a new ISA for security – Intel® SGX. The talk will provide ...

    Speaker:
    Ittai Anati (Intel Corporation)
    Date:
    Sunday, 4.3.2018, 09:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Google Hash Code 2018 at CS

    Google Hash Code 2018 at CS Google will host a hub at CS for the 2018 Online Qualification Round of Hash Code on Thursday, March 1st, at 18:30 CET, ...

    Date:
    Thursday, 1.3.2018, 18:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Boosting Selective Regression with Ensembles

    Using selective regression, it is possible to increase accuracy of predictions by abstaining from answering when there is insufficient knowledge. This work is about ...

    Speaker:
    Amit Gross
    Date:
    Sunday, 25.2.2018, 08:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • End to End Deep Neural Network Frequency Demodulation of Speech Signals

    Frequency modulation (FM) is a form of radio broadcasting which is widely used nowadays and has been for almost a century. The widest use ...

    Speaker:
    Dan Elbaz
    Date:
    Wednesday, 21.2.2018, 16:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Access Patterns and Adaptive Caching

    Trying to predict which items are likely to be accessed in the near future is the basis for most cache management policies. Storage workloads ...

    Speaker:
    Ohad Eytan
    Date:
    Thursday, 15.2.2018, 13:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • IOMMU-resistant DMA attacks

    The direct memory access (DMA) mechanism allows I/O devices to independently access the memory without CPU involvement, improving performance but exposing systems to malicious ...

    Speaker:
    Gil Kupfer
    Date:
    Wednesday, 14.2.2018, 18:00
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Network Measurement meets Virtual Switching

    In modern cloud infrastructures, each physical server often runs multiple virtual machines and employs a software Virtual Switch (VS) to handle their traffic. In ...

    Speaker:
    Ran Ben-Basat
    Date:
    Wednesday, 14.2.2018, 14:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Pixel Club: Probabilistic Gathering of Agents With Simple Sensors

    We present novel probabilistic gathering algorithms for agents that can only detect the presence of other agents in front or behind them. The agents ...

    Speaker:
    Ariel Barel (TASP)
    Date:
    Tuesday, 13.2.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Shape Synthesis and Analysis by Deformable Models

    The surface separating the interior of a given object or body from its exterior defines a shape. A key challenge in computer vision is ...

    Speaker:
    Matan Sela
    Date:
    Thursday, 8.2.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    Taub 401

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  • Relational Framework for Information Extraction

    Textual data written in some natural language carries concealed and valuable information within. Information Extraction (IE) is the task of automatically extracting this information ...

    Speaker:
    Yoav Nahshon
    Date:
    Wednesday, 7.2.2018, 13:30
    Place:
    Taub 401

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  • SciLMM: Computing heritability with millions of individuals

    The rapid digitization of genealogical and medical records enables the assembly of extremely large pedigree records spanning millions of individuals. Such pedigrees provide the ...

    Speaker:
    Tal Shor
    Date:
    Wednesday, 7.2.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Efficiently combining privacy and availability in distributed storage systems

    When sensitive data is stored in the cloud, the only way to ensure its secrecy is by encrypting it before it is uploaded. Not ...

    Speaker:
    Roman Shor
    Date:
    Wednesday, 7.2.2018, 10:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Celebrating 40th Anniversary of the Lempel-Ziv Algorithm

    Celebrating 40th Anniversary of the Lempel-Ziv AlgorithmYou are invited to a special lecture and ceremony celebrating 40th Anniversary of the Lempel-Ziv Algorithm, by Prof. Meir Feder from the School of ...

    Date:
    Monday, 5.2.2018, 14:00
    Place:
    EE Meyer Building 1003

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  • Theory Seminar: What Cannot Be Learned With Bounded Memory

    How does computational learning change when one cannot store all the examples one sees in memory? This question has seen a burst of interest ...

    Speaker:
    Dana Moshkovitz (University of Texas at Austin)
    Date:
    Wednesday, 31.1.2018, 12:30
    Place:
    Taub 201

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  • Ranked Enumeration of Tree Decompositions

    A tree decomposition of a graph facilitates computations by grouping vertices into bags that are interconnected in an acyclic structure; hence their importance in ...

    Speaker:
    Noam Ravid
    Date:
    Wednesday, 31.1.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • ceClub: Closing the Loop on Secure Operating System Design

    Secure system design should be guided by two principles: (1) system security should not impede third-party developers, who are often the main source of ...

    Speaker:
    Amit Levy (Stanford University)
    Date:
    Wednesday, 31.1.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    Taub 301

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  • Pixel Club: Improving Semantic Classification in Deep Learning Models

    We consider the image classification problem using deep models. Most of the works in the recent years consider only the flat precision (FP) measure ...

    Speaker:
    Yakir Matari (EE, Technion)
    Date:
    Tuesday, 30.1.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Coding Theory: On the Metric Dimension of Cartesian Powers of a Graph

    A set of vertices S resolves a graph if every vertex is uniquely determined by its vector of distances to the vertices in S. ...

    Speaker:
    Nikita Polyansky (Technion)
    Date:
    Sunday, 28.1.2018, 14:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • CGGC Seminar: Algorithms for Geometrically-Structured Optimization

    Many problems in geometry processing, graph theory, and machine learning involve optimizations whose variables are defined over a geometric domain. The geometry of the ...

    Speaker:
    Justin Solomon (MIT)
    Date:
    Sunday, 28.1.2018, 13:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Inferring Cancer Dependencies on Metabolic Genes from Large-Scale Genetic Screens

    Alterations in metabolic activity in tumors provide novel means to selectively target cancer cells. A powerful tool for identifying genes essential for cancer cell ...

    Speaker:
    Shoval Lagziel
    Date:
    Thursday, 25.1.2018, 12:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Processing Human Language with Recurrent Neural Networks and Multiple Training Signals

    While deep learning methods in Natural Language Processing are arguably overhyped, recurrent neural networks (RNNs), and in particular gated recurrent networks like the LSTM, ...

    Speaker:
    Yoav Goldberg - CS-Lecture
    Date:
    Thursday, 25.1.2018, 10:30
    Place:
    Room 601 Taub Bld.

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  • Exposure Evening to Communication Networks

    Exposure Evening to Communication Networks
The CS Computer Communication Lab (LCCN) invites you to an exposure evening to communication networks - to get to know the laboratory activity, ...

    Date:
    Wednesday, 24.1.2018, 18:30
    Place:
    Taub 401

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  • On The Existence of q-Fano Planes

    A q-Steiner System S_q(t,k,n) is set S of k-subspaces in a space of dimension n over a finite field, such that each t-subspace of ...

    Speaker:
    Niv Hooker
    Date:
    Wednesday, 24.1.2018, 16:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Exposure to Virtual Reality Course Event

    Exposure to Virtual Reality Course EventThe Geometric Image Processing Laboratory (GIP) and the Center for Graphics and Geometric Computing (CGGC) invite you to a special event of ...

    Date:
    Wednesday, 24.1.2018, 12:30
    Place:
    CS Taub Lobby

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  • Theory Seminar: The Discrete-logarithm Problem with Preprocessing

    We study discrete-log algorithms that use preprocessing. In our model, an adversary may use a very large amount of precomputation to produce an "advice" ...

    Speaker:
    Henry Corrigan-Gibbs (Stanford University)
    Date:
    Wednesday, 24.1.2018, 12:30
    Place:
    Taub 201

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  • ceClub: Recent Developments in Linkography Based Cyber Security

    Cyber attacks on critical cyber systems are not decreasing in frequency or complexity. Aggressors choose the time and place of these engagements; protectors must ...

    Speaker:
    Robert Mitchell (Sandia National Laboratories)
    Date:
    Wednesday, 24.1.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    Taub 301

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  • Project Fair in IoT and Android

    Project Fair in IoT and AndroidOn Tuesday, January 23, 2018, between 12:30-14:30, at the CS Taub Loby, the Systems and Software Development Laboratory (SSDL) will hold a project ...

    Date:
    Tuesday, 23.1.2018, 12:30
    Place:
    CS Taub Lobby

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  • On the Expressive Power of ConvNets and RNNs as a Function of their Architecture

    Expressive efficiency refers to the relation between two architectures A and B, whereby any function realized by B could be replicated by A, but ...

    Speaker:
    Amnon Shashua - COLLOQUIUM LECTURE -
    Date:
    Tuesday, 23.1.2018, 10:30
    Place:
    Auditorium 2 Taub Bld.

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  • A Persistent Queue for Non-Volatile Memory

    Non-volatile memory is expected to coexist with (or even displace) volatile DRAM for main memory in upcoming architectures. This has led to increasing interest ...

    Speaker:
    Michal Friedman
    Date:
    Monday, 22.1.2018, 14:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Coding Theory: Private Information Retrieval in Distributed Storage Systems

    A private information retrieval (PIR) protocol allows a user to retrieve a data item from a database without revealing any information about the identity ...

    Speaker:
    Yiwei Zhang (CS, Technion)
    Date:
    Sunday, 21.1.2018, 14:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • On Polynomial time Constructions of Minimum Height Decision Tree

    We address the problem of constructing a minimum height decision tree of a class C in polynomial time. This problem has many interesting applications ...

    Speaker:
    Waseem Makhoul
    Date:
    Wednesday, 17.1.2018, 14:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Theory Seminar: Removal Lemma For Ordered Graphs and Matrices

    The triangle removal lemma, proved by Ruzsa and Szemerédi in 1976, states that if a graph contains a small number of triangles then it ...

    Speaker:
    Omri Ben-Eliezer (Tel-Aviv University)
    Date:
    Wednesday, 17.1.2018, 12:30
    Place:
    Taub 201

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  • ceClub: Redesigning Bitcoin's Fee Market

    The security of the Bitcoin system is based on having a large amount of computational power in the hands of honest miners. Such miners ...

    Speaker:
    Ron Lavi (IE, Technion)
    Date:
    Wednesday, 17.1.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    EE Meyer Building 861

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  • CSpecial Guest: Why Entrepreneurship? and First Steps

    CSpecial Guest: Why Entrepreneurship? and First StepsThe Technion's Entrepreneurship Center, and the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Departments invite you to a guest lecture by Marius Nacht, one of the ...

    Speaker:
    Marius Nacht (Check Point)
    Date:
    Tuesday, 16.1.2018, 18:30
    Place:
    EE Meyer Building 1003

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  • Personalization is a Two-Way Street

    Recommender systems are first and foremost about matching users with items the systems believe will delight them. The "main street" of personalization is thus ...

    Speaker:
    Ronny Lempel - COLLOQUIUM LECTURE
    Date:
    Tuesday, 16.1.2018, 14:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Pixel Club: Large Scale Recovery of Scattering Media: The Atmosphere as a Case Study

    The composition of the earth's atmosphere has a vital effect on life on earth. Accordingly, the task of monitoring its contents, i.e. aerosol and ...

    Speaker:
    Amit Aides (EE, Technion)
    Date:
    Tuesday, 16.1.2018, 14:30
    Place:
    EE Meyer Building 1061

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  • Pixel Club: One-Sided Unsupervised Domain Mapping via Distance Correlations

    In unsupervised domain mapping, the learner is given two unmatched datasets A and B. The goal is to learn a mapping G_AB that translates ...

    Speaker:
    Sagie Benaim (Tel-Aviv University)
    Date:
    Tuesday, 16.1.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Concurrent Approximate Frugal Counting

    Counting network flows’ statistics is at the heartof network monitoring, network security, and similar networkfunctionalities.Virtualization in datacenters as well as networkfunction virtualization (NFV) trends ...

    Speaker:
    Dolev Adas
    Date:
    Sunday, 14.1.2018, 13:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Excellent Female Students Award Ceremony

    Excellent Female Students Award CeremonyYou are invited to scholarship award ceremony for CS and EE excellent female students by Intel and DELL-EMC. The event will be held on ...

    Date:
    Thursday, 11.1.2018, 15:00
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Scalable Data Extraction Via Program Synthesis

    Web extraction is an important research topic that has been studied extensively, receiving a lot of attention and focus. Large amounts of data are ...

    Speaker:
    Adi Omari
    Date:
    Thursday, 11.1.2018, 12:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Theory Seminar: Testing Bounded Arboricity

    In this work we consider the problem of testing whether a graph has bounded arboricity. The family of graphs with bounded arboricity includes, among ...

    Speaker:
    Dana Ron (Tel-Aviv University)
    Date:
    Wednesday, 10.1.2018, 12:30
    Place:
    Taub 201

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  • ceClub: Coded Caching for Content Distribution Networks

    Caching is the most effective practice for reducing delays and congestion in networks aimed at content distribution. In this work we address the setup ...

    Speaker:
    Barak Farbman (EE, Technion)
    Date:
    Wednesday, 10.1.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    EE Meyer Building 861

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  • Computational Challenges and Algorithms in Planning for Robotic Systems

    In recent years, robots have played an active role in everyday life: medical robots assist in complex surgeries, low-cost commercial robots clean houses and ...

    Speaker:
    Oren Salzman - CS-Lecture
    Date:
    Wednesday, 10.1.2018, 10:30
    Place:
    Room 644 Taub Bld.

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  • Bridging the Gap between End-users and Knowledge Sources: Discovery, Selection and Utilization

    Increasingly adopted Web-based knowledge sources, such as knowledge graphs and crowdsourcing platforms, pose a great challenge in making them accessible to non-expert end-users. In ...

    Speaker:
    Yael Amsterdamer - COLLOQUIUM LECTURE
    Date:
    Tuesday, 9.1.2018, 14:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Pixel Club: Weakly Supervised Learning for Mammogram Classification

    In several clinical routines such as mammography, the early detection of breast cancer has an enormous impact in the patient survival. Radiologists nowadays are ...

    Speaker:
    Rami Ben-Ari (IBM)
    Date:
    Tuesday, 9.1.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Cryptography Outside the Black Box

    Computational problems whose input is a program are central in Cryptography, as well as Complexity, Learning, and Optimization. The nature of such problems crucially ...

    Speaker:
    Omer Paneth - CS-Lecture
    Date:
    Tuesday, 9.1.2018, 10:30
    Place:
    Room 601 Taub Bld.

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  • Designing Robust Sensing Matrix for Compressive Sensing and a Speeding-Up Convergence Method via SESOP with Multigrid

    In the previous research, people tend to optimize the sensing matrix to improve the signal reconstruction accuracy for compressive sensing (CS) system. However, they ...

    Speaker:
    Tao Hong
    Date:
    Monday, 8.1.2018, 14:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • YAHOO DAY at CS

    YAHOO DAY at CSYahoo will hold the annual event at Technion CS on Monday, January 8, 2018, 12:00-14:00, in room 337 (3rd floor) of the CS Taub ...

    Date:
    Monday, 8.1.2018, 12:00
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Selective Classification for Deep Neural Networks

    Selective classification techniques (also known as reject option) have not yet been considered in the context of deep neural networks (DNNs). These techniques can ...

    Speaker:
    Yonatan Geifman
    Date:
    Sunday, 7.1.2018, 13:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Extracting Automata from Recurrent Neural Networks Using Queries and Counterexamples

    We address the problem of extracting an automaton from a trained recurrent neural network (RNN). We present a novel algorithm that uses exact learning ...

    Speaker:
    Gail Weiss
    Date:
    Thursday, 4.1.2018, 12:30
    Place:
    Taub 601

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  • Evolving hardware and operating system interfaces through programmability

    Hardware and operating system interfaces should ideally enable to build performant systems that are also robust and secure. Alas, these goals frequently conflict, necessitating ...

    Speaker:
    Nadav Amit - CS-Lecture
    Date:
    Thursday, 4.1.2018, 10:30
    Place:
    Room 601 Taub Bld.

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  • CSpecial Talk: How to Stop Fearing Code Changes: Version Management with git

    CSpecial Talk: How to Stop Fearing Code Changes: Version Management with gitYou are invited  to the first of series of meetings of technical workshop on various topics, on Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018, ate 18:30. The ...

    Speaker:
    Maya Anderson (IBM Research}
    Date:
    Wednesday, 3.1.2018, 18:30
    Place:
    TBD

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  • Academic Career, How is it Done?

    Academic Career, How is it Done?We are happy to invite your to the third of series of meetings on career and job seeking which will be held at CS, ...

    Date:
    Wednesday, 3.1.2018, 15:00
    Place:
    Room 337 Taub Bld.

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  • Theory Seminar: Locally-Iterative Coloring below Szegedy-Vishwanathan’s Barrier

    We consider graph coloring and related problems in the distributed message-passing model. **Locally-iterative** algorithms are especially important in this setting. These are algorithms in ...

    Speaker:
    Michael Elkin (Ben-Gurion University)
    Date:
    Wednesday, 3.1.2018, 12:30
    Place:
    Taub 201

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  • ceClub: Side Channel Attacks on Implementations of Curve25519

    In recent years, applications increasingly adopt security primitives designed from the start with built-in side channel protection. A concrete example is Curve25519, which has ...

    Speaker:
    Daniel Genkin and Yuval Yarom (University of Pennsylvania and University of Maryland; University of Adelaide)
    Date:
    Wednesday, 3.1.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    EE Meyer Building 861

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  • Theory Talk: The Edited Truth

    We introduce two new cryptographic notions in the realm of public and symmetric key encryption. * Encryption with invisible edits is an encryption scheme ...

    Speaker:
    Saleet Klein (MIT)
    Date:
    Tuesday, 2.1.2018, 12:30
    Place:
    Taub 401

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  • Pixel Club: Sparse Continuous Wavelet Transforms via a Wavelet-Plancherel Theory

    It is well known that certain classes of signals can be effectively represented using a wavelet basis or a wavelet frame, keeping only a ...

    Speaker:
    Ron Levie (Tel-Aviv University)
    Date:
    Tuesday, 2.1.2018, 11:30
    Place:
    Taub 401

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  • CGGC Seminar: Two Modeling Primitives for Computer Aided Geometric Design

    Computer Aided Geometric Design concerns development of algorithms and accompanying software, towards design of parts and structures with a high degree of numerical precision. ...

    Speaker:
    Jinesh Machchhar (CS, Technion)
    Date:
    Monday, 1.1.2018, 14:00
    Place:
    Taub 401

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