See also our internal seminar series for students.

Date Title
  May 19, 2005 Multiple Alignments, Microarrays and Multivariate Analysis. Prof. Des Higgins, Conway Institute, UCD.
  May 12, 2005 Batch Control on a Stripping Column, Vegetable Oil Setting, Automation - S88 - Batch Control Standard, Control - A batch control problem in the distillation tower. Dr. Allan P. Kjaer, COWI, Denmark.
  Apr 28, 2005 Exploring Reconfigurability in Wireless Networks. Dr. Linda Doyle, Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Trinity College.
  Apr 21, 2005 Hamilton Bicentenary Year 2005 Public Lecture Series - Venue: Royal Irish Academy; Time: 7 p.m. Schrodingers Legacy: Systems and Life. Peter Wellstead, Science Foundation Ireland Research Professor, Hamilton Institute, National University of Ireland Maynooth.
  Apr 11, 2005 A Simple and Efficient Natural Sort. Prof. Olin Shivers, College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology
  Mar 11, 2005 Biochemical Analysis of Supramolecular Muscle Protein Complexes. Prof. Kay Ohlendieck, Head of Biology Department, NUI Maynooth.
  Mar 8, 2005 CTVR Research Sampler - Towards an All-Optical Core Internet. Prof. Donal O'Mahony, Department of Computer Science, Trinity College Dublin.
  Mar 4, 2005 PF and randomization in the OpenBSD network layer, Ryan McBride.
  Feb 23, 2005 Some Theoretical Aspects of Cell Signaling:Receptor-ligand Interactions and Signal Amplification Cascades. Dr. Madalena Chaves, Rutgers University.
  Feb 18, 2005 Synaptic Plasticity as a Therapeutic Target. Dr. Keith J. Murphy, Conway Institute, UCD.
  Feb 10, 2005 Hamilton Bicentenary Year 2005 Public Lecture Series. Exploratory Research: One route to innovation. Derek McAuley, Director, Intel Research Cambridge.
  Feb 4, 2005 Non-negative Sparse Coding of Polyphonic Music Spectra. Dr. Samer A. Abdallah, Department of Electronic Engineering, Queen Mary University of London.
  Jan 28, 2005 Stochastic Spatio-Temporal Grammars for Images and Video. Jeffrey Mark Siskind, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University.
  Jan 21, 2005 A Differential Dynamic Games Approach to Flow Control. Prof. Richard Vinter, Electrical and Electronic Engineering Dept., Imperial College, London.
  Jan 18, 2005 Dynamic Resource Management for Wireless Networks Using Hybrid Systems. Dr. Mehmet Akar, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California.
  Jan 12, 2005 A Computational Theory of Contour Completion in Visual Cortex. Prof. Lance Williams, Dept. of Computer Science, University of New Mexico.
    Seminar Series List - January - August 2005
    Seminar Series List
  Dec 14, 2004 Approximation in hardy Classes with Applications to Inverse Problems. Prof. Jonathan Partington, Dept. of Mathematics, University of Leeds.
  Nov 19, 2004 Robust and Optimal Control of Constrained Linear Systems. Dr. Eric Kerrigan, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge.
  Nov 12, 2004 Mean-Field Interaction Models for Large TCP Networks. Prof. Francois Baccelli, INRIA-ENS, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris.
  Nov 5, 2004 A Joint Approach for the Simulation and Control of Differential-Algebraic Systems. Prof. Volker Mehrmann, Institute for Mathematics, TU Berlin.
  Oct 22, 2004 How the brain keeps the eyes still.....and what happens if it fails. Prof. Richard Abadi, Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Manchester.
  Oct 11, 2004 Nonlinear Control Tools for Low Thrust Orbital Transfer. Dr. Chris Kellett, Dept. of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Melbourne, Australia.
  Oct 8, 2004 Monotone Input-Output Systems: Theory and Its Applications to Molecular Biology. Prof. David Angeli, Dipartimento di Sistemi e Informatica, Universita degli Studi di Firenze, Italy.

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