Events

Sep18

Data and sustainability science and practice: Berkeley Distinguished Lectures in Data Science

190 Doe Library
  • Dan Kammen, Professor and Chair, Energy and Resources Group
The energy-information nexus has become a key tool and research area in efforts aimed at decarbonizing energy systems, enabling and operating the 'smart grid', which I will argue encompasses the utility-scale system, mini-grids, and off-grid energy systems. In this talk we will review a range of theoretical models and practical tools where data science, machine learning, and human-machine...
Sep18

Uber Info-Sesseion

Wozniak Lounge (430) Soda Hall
Presentation by Xinxi Chen, Senior Software Engineer. Come say hello, be ready to ask questions, fill up on food, and get to know Uber! We believe that by solving some of the biggest problems of our time, we can create a future where there is limitless freedom of movement for people and things all across the world. It's a bright future that we can create together. Uber the perfect place to...
Sep19

EECS Internship Fair

Field Club Memorial Stadium
Please bring your student ID and plenty of paper copies of your resume.
Sep19

Artificial Intelligence Safety and Security: A Panel of Contributors to the First Textbook on AI Safety

405 (Fujitsu Seminar Room) Soda Hall
  • Catherine Olsson (moderator), Google Brain
A panel discussion focused on the new textbook, Artificial Intelligence Safety and Security. Panelists include: - Catherine Olsson (Google Brain): Panel Moderator - Roman Yampolskiy (The Editor of Artificial Intelligence Safety and Security): Author of Preface: “Introduction to AI Safety and Security” - Alexey Kurakin (Google AI): First Author of Chapter 8: “Adversarial Examples in the...
Sep19
Title: Two-phase differential expression analysis for single cell RNA-seq Abstract: Single-cell RNA-sequencing (scRNA-seq) has brought the study of the transcriptome to higher resolution and makes it possible for scientists to provide answers with more clarity to the question of ‘differential expression’. Specifically, it allows us to observe binary (On/Off) as well as continuous (the amount...
Sep19

Meraki Info-Session

Wozniak Lounge (430) Soda Hall
  • Meraki
Join Meraki Engineering on for a Q+A session co-hosted by SWE and WICSE! Our panel includes Christine Garibian (Software Engineering, Class of 2014), Ian Fox (Software Engineering, Class of 2017), and Rahul Ramakrishnan (Product Management, Class of 2017). Feel free to submit any questions you may have ahead of time by filling out this form:...
Sep20

Amazon Info-Session

Wozniak Lounge (430) Soda Hall
  • Amazon
For people who like to invent, there's no better place to explore opportunities than at our University Recruiting Day. We're currently hiring around the globe, in a variety of different technical roles. Join our team and help us build the future! https://ucberkeleycsua.splashthat.com/
Sep21

Remote Memory for Non-Masochists

430 (Woz) Soda Hall
  • Marcos K. Aguilera, VMWare Research
Remote memory is an old idea that has recently re-emerged in the age of fast networks, and it is now increasingly compelling. However, for remote memory to be successful, it needs to provide a better abstraction. The current abstraction based on RDMA is complex, error-prone, and clunky, limiting its adoption to experts and masochists. In this talk, we describe a number of alternatives that we are...