The TTIC Colloquium is a forum for talks by invited speakers on work of current relevance and broad interest to the computer science community.

The colloquium is held Mondays at 11:00 am in the TTIC Conference Room.

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Title: Optimal Provision-After-Wait in Healthcare

Date: October 3

Speaker: Mark Braverman, Princeton

Host: Madhur Tulsiani (madhurt@ttic.edu)


Title: Large-Scale Paraphrasing – Extraction and Application

Date: October 7

Speaker: Juri Ganitkevitch

Host: Kevin Gimpel (kgimpel@ttic.edu)


Title: Completing the noisy circuit: Systems of feedback in models of dysarthria

Date: November 12

Speaker: Frank Rudzicz, University of Toronto

Host: Karen Livescu (klivescu@ttic.edu)


Title: Predicting Linguistic Structures Accurately and Efficiently

Date: November 26

Speaker: Franz Kiraly, University College London

Host: Ryota Tomioka (tomioka@ttic.edu)


Title: Predicting Linguistic Structures Accurately and Efficiently

Date: January 17

Speaker: Hal Daume lll, Univ of Maryland

Host: David McAllester (mcallester@ttic.edu)


Title: Foundations For Learning in the Age of Big Data

Date: January 28

Speaker: Maria Florina (Nina) Balcan, Georgia Institute of Technology

Host: Julia Chuzhoy (cjulia@ttic.edu)