DIMACS Mixer Series - November 4, 2009

AT & T

Shannon Laboratory
180 Park Avenue, Florham Park, NJ
Building 103, Room B104


Due to the need to prepare visitor passes and badges to enter AT & T, we ask attendees to notify Nicole Clark (nicolec@dimacs.rutgers.edu) by October 30, 2009 of their intention to attend and their place of employment. Even AT&T employees should do this, as it would help us get a better handle on how much food to order. Those who do not RSVP are still welcome, but we would appreciate your giving us your intentions in advance.

10:00 - 10:45  Registration - coffee and tea served
               (Allow sufficient time to sign in and receive your AT & T visitor's badge)

10:45 - 11:00  Welcome and opening remarks 
               Fred Roberts, DIMACS Director
               Graham Cormode, AT&T

11:00 - 11:40  Secure Message Transmission with Small Public Discussion
               Juan Garay, AT&T
11:45 - 12:10  Basis Reduction and the Complexity of Branch-and-bound 
               Mustafa Tural, Telcordia

12:10 -  1:20  lunch

 1:20 -  1:45  From Adversaries to Algorithms 
               Troy Lee, Dept of Computer Science postdoc Rutgers University

 1:50 -  2:15  Experiences with Energy-Aware Computing:
               From Embedded systems to Multicore systems and beyond 
               Athanasios (Thanos) Stathopoulos, Alcatel-Lucent 

 2:20 -  2:50  coffee break

 2:50 -  3:15  On the Possibility of Faster SAT Algorithms 
               Mihai Patrascu, AT&T
 3:20 -  4:00  Massive Datasets
               Jon Kettenring, Drew University

 4:05 -  4:10  closing remarks

Document last modified on October 22, 2009.