Seminars archive
Upcoming Seminars   Seminar: Computer Science Reading Between the Lines of Datacenter Logs Dr. Nosayba ElSayed, MIT Venue: Atwood Chemistry Building Room 240 Show abstract Designing datacenters that are reliable, energyefficient, and capable of delivering high performance and high utilization is a nontrivial problem facing scientists, businesses, and governments alike. In this talk, I will demonstrate how analyzing large datasets from
different organizations helped us uncover interesting (and often surprising) patterns in the behavior of systems and applications in these largescale platforms. I will show how realworld data helped us tackle critical questions such as how does temperature impact
server reliability in places like Google, or how well do users configure the computing jobs they submit to shared clusters (spoiler alert: not very well!). Finally, I will demonstrate how simple machine learning techniques can be leveraged to accurately predict job
failures in datacenters, while using data that is easily collected in current platforms.   Seminar: Algebra Joint AthensAtlanta Number Theory Seminar David Harbater and Jacob Tsimerman,   Colloquium: Algebra Title to be announced Jordan Ellenberg, University of WisconsinMadison   Seminar: Algebra Title to be announced Nathan Kaplan, UC Irvine   Defense: Dissertation Patching and localglobal principles for gerbes with an application to homogeneous spaces Bastian Haase, Emory University   Seminar: Algebra Title to be announced Jennifer Berg, Rice   Colloquium Title to be announced Sherry Li, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab   Colloquium: Algebra Title to be announced K. Soundararajan, Stanford University   Seminar: Algebra Title to be announced Brandon William, UC Berkeley   Seminar: Algebra Title to be announced Frank Thorne, University of South Carolina  Past Seminars   Seminar: Algebra Unramified Brauer classes on cyclic covers of the projective plane Andrew Obus, University of Virginia   Defense: Dissertation Characterization of Quasiconformal Mapping and Extremal Length Decomposition and Its Application Wenfei Zou, Emory University   SOUTHEAST GEOMETRY SEMINAR (SGS XXIII) ., .   Seminar: Combinatorics Thresholds for Random Geometric kSAT Will Perkins, Georgia Tech   Seminar: Combinatorics Some problems in AntiRamsey Theory Sogol Jahanbekam, The University of Colorado, Denver   Seminar: Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing Regularization by Krylov Subspace Methods Silvia Gazzola, University of Padova   Seminar: Combinatorics Progressions with a pseudorandom step Elad AignerHorev, Hamburg University   Seminar: Algebra CANCELED Eva BayerFluckiger, EPFL   Seminar: Algebra Numerical Tilting and Derived Equivalence Morgan Brown, University of Michigan   Seminar: Analysis and Differential Geometry Characterization of Quasiconformal mapping, and extremal length decomposition and upper bound of QED constant for finitely connected domains Wenfei Zou, Emory University 
