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Colloquia & Seminars


  • The Computer Science Colloquium: The Computer Science Colloquium is a weekly event unifying Computer Scientists from CUNY and from the New York City area. This highly selective Colloquium features outstanding speakers in all fields of Computer Science as well as from influential governmental and corporate institutions. The Colloquium is supported by generous contributions from the Bloomberg, Information Builders, Inc., and Netlogic, Inc.

  • New York Logic Colloquium The New York Logic Colloquium is an interdisciplinary, regularly scheduled event in Logic unifying logicians in the New York City area. The highly selective colloquium features outstanding speakers in all fields of logic: Philosophy, Mathematics, and Computer Science.


  • CUNY NLP: Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing Seminar at CUNY The aim of the seminar is to invite talented researchers to give talks about state-of-the-art research in the field and stimulate collaboration opportunities. If you want to meet with any speaker individually after the talk, please send an e-mail to the host.

  • Seminar in Logic and Games This is the weekly seminar of the Knowledge, Games and Beliefs Group (KGB). The main interests of the group are Social Software, Formal Models of Knowledge and Belief, Belief Revision and Merging.

  • Initiative for the Theoretical Sciences The Initiative for the Theoretical Sciences (ITS @ the Graduate Center) provides a home for theoretical research in the sciences, cutting across a wide range of subjects but unified by the search for a mathematical description of the world around us. Throughout the semester we will hear from dozens of visitors, coming from around the world, including both distinguished senior scientists and rising young stars.
  • The GC Cryptography Student Seminar This is the weekly meeting to discuss mathematical aspects of cryptography.

    When: Every Friday 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
    Where:  CUNY Graduate Center, Room 4421
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    Organizer(s):  Professor Dr. Delaram Kahrobaei (faculty adviser)
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