BLISS Seminar


The BLISS seminar (formerly NCD seminar) is co-sponsored by generous grants from Microsoft Research and Qualcomm, and is the area seminar of the Berkeley Laboratory for Information Systems and Sciences. Talks at the seminar cover topics including but not limited to information and coding theory, signal processing, optimization and statistics. The list of talks for the current semester can be found below, and past seminars from 2016 onwards are listed here. For an archive of all talks from 1996-2015, visit the old webpage.

Spring 2018
Location: 540 Cory Hall
Regular seminar time: Monday 3-4PM

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To give a talk at the seminar, contact Tom Courtade, Ashwin Pananjady, or Orhan Ocal.

Spring 2018 Talks

Dates marked in bold indicate that talks are at non-regular times.

Jan 26 Sivan Toledo (Tel-Aviv U.) The ATLAS Reverse-GPS System: High-Throughput Wildlife Tracking details