EventsDeloitte Foundation Distinguished Lectures in CS
Accelerating education to meet the pace of business The Deloitte Foundation, a non-profit organization, has been a strong supporter of higher education for more than 86 years. The Foundation supports education through a variety of initiatives that help develop the talent of the future and their influencers and promote excellence in teaching, research and curriculum innovation. Northwestern University is grateful for the Foundation’s sponsorship of this three-part lecture series.
“Experiences with Property-based Testing: Testing the Hard Stuff & Staying Sane”
Prof. John Hughes
Professor, Computing Science Department, Chalmers University of Technology
Hosted by: EECS Prof. Robby Findler. One of a series of talks sponsored by the Deloitte Foundation.
“A Big World of Tiny Motions”
William T. Freeman
Professor, EECS Department, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Hosted by: EECS Prof. Oliver (Ollie) Cossairt. One of a series of talks sponsored by the Deloitte Foundation.
"Big Data, Data Science, Usability, and Myths"
Bernard A Galler Collegiate Professor, EE & CS Dept, University of Michigan
Hosted by: EECS Prof. Jennie Duggan. One of a series of talks sponsored by the Deloitte Foundation.