CNetS faculty manage informal research groups and labs of various size and scope, including faculty, graduate students, postdocs, and visitors. Given the interdisciplinary and collaborative nature of CNetS, many researchers belong to more than one group.
- TBA Fri Aug 30 at 3:00pm in Lindley Hall, Rm. 102 by Matthias Felleisen, Northeastern University
- TBA Fri Sep 6 at 3:00pm in Lindley Hall, Rm. 102 by Mehran Sahami, Stanford University
- TBA Fri Sep 13 at 3:00pm in Lindley Hall, Rm. 102 by SVN Vishwanathan, Purdue University
- TBA Fri Sep 13 at 3:00pm in Lindley Hall, Rm. 102 by Dan Suciu, University of Washington
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