Recent Seminars by SCE Faculty

- John Chinneck.“Branching in Mixed-Integer Linear Programming”, CPAIOR 2011, Berlin, (invited 75 minute tutorial), May 23-27, 2011.

- John Chinneck and J. Pryor, “Faster Integer Feasibility in MIPs by Branching to Force Change”, GERAD seminar, University of Montreal, February 16 (invited), 2011.

- John Chinneck and J. Pryor, “Faster Integer Feasibility in MIPs by Branching to Force Change”, seminar series, Department of Econometrics and Operations Research, Tilburg University, Tilburg Netherlands (invited), January 5, 2011.

- Dorina Petriu. “Model-based Performance Analysis of Service-Oriented Systems” (keynote). 15th International Conference on System Design Languages, Toulouse, France. July 2011.

- Halim Yanikomeroglu. Queen's University School of Computing's distinguished seminar series. Emerging Concepts and Technologies for Beyond-4G Wireless Cellular Networks for Broadband Connectivity. 2011.

- John Chinneck. GERAD seminar, University of Montreal. “Faster Integer Feasibility by Branching to Force Change”. 2011. Seminar posting.

- Dorina Petriu. “Automatic Transformation of Software Models into Performance Models”, École Polytechnique, Montréal, May 2011.

- Amir H. Banihashemi. Plenary speaker at the 23rd Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering. 2010.

- Adrian Chan. Biomedical Applications of Electronic Noses, IEEE New Brunswick Section, 2010.

- John Chinneck. Seminar series, Department of Econometrics and Operations Research, Tilburg University, Tilburg Netherlands. “Faster Integer Feasibility in MIPs by Branching to Force Change”. 2011. Seminar posting

- Amir H. Banihashemi. “Compressive Sensing and Channel Coding: A Unified Perspective”. IEEE Montreal. McGill University. 2010.

- Adrian Chan. Sensors and signals, Institute of Biomedical Engineering, University of New Brunswick, 2010.

- John Chinneck. Monterey, California; Naval Postgraduate School; Operations Research Department “Faster Integer Feasibility in MIPs by Branching to Force Change”. 2010.

- John Chinneck. Université de Montréal School on Combinatorial Optimization. 2010.

- Dorina Petriu. “Performance Analysis of UML Software Models”, Colorado State University, Computer Science Department, Fort Collins, CO, USA, 2010.

- Dorina Petriu. “Model-based Performance Analysis of Software Systems with Variability”, University of L’Aquila, Computer Science Department, Italy. 2010.

- Dorina Petriu. “Performance Analysis of UML Software Models”, University of Torino, Computer Science Department, Italy. 2010.

- Dorina Petriu. “Model-based Performance Analysis of Software Systems with Variability”, University of L’Aquila, Computer Science Department, Italy. 2010.

- Dorina Petriu. “Model-based Performance Analysis of SOA Systems”, (keynote), International Workshop on the Quality of Service-Oriented Software Systems (QUASOSS), Oslo, Norway. October 2010.

- Gabriel Wainer. “Discrete event modeling and simulation: present, past, future”. Invited talk at Universidad de Valladolid, Spain. 2010.

- Gabriel Wainer. “Discrete event modeling and simulation: present, past, future”. Invited talk at Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain. 2010.

- Adrian Chan. A large amount of questionable data, IEEE Workshop on Self Monitoring, Analysis and Recording Technologies for Adverse Reactions to Medicine (SMARTARM), 2009.

- Gabriel Wainer. “An Introduction to the DEVS formalism”. One-day seminar at Universidad Nacional de Estudios a Distancia (UNED). Madrid, Spain. 2009.

- Gabriel Wainer. “An Introduction to the DEVS formalism and the CD++ tool”. Seminar at Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina. August 2009.

- Gabriel Wainer. “Discrete event modeling and simulation: present, past, future”. Plenary Speaker at the 2009 MS&G Student Capstone Conference. VMASC. Old Dominion University. Norfolk, VA. 2009.

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