The Navtalks is a series of informal talks given by navigators members or some special guests on (approximately) every two-weeks, on Fridays at 12:15 pm, at room 6.3.38.
The schedule for Fall 2014 is as follows (for past years/semesters, see the archive):
|Presentation A||Presentation B|
|2014-Set-25||Vinícius Cogo||A High-Throughput Method to Detect Privacy-Sensitive Human Genomic Data|
|2014-Set-25||João Sousa||Separating the WHEAT from the Chaff: An Empirical Design for Geo-Replicated State Machines||Bruno Vavala||Securing Passive Replication Through Verification||Vinícius Cogo||A High-Throughput Method to Detect Privacy-Sensitive Human Genomic Data|